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Estimated number of victims of domestic abuse in the previous year United Kingdom in 2016, by gender (in 1,000s)

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Victims of domestic abuse in the United Kingdom in 2016 This statistic displays the estimated number of individuals who experienced domestic violence, in the previous year in the United Kingdom in 2016, by gender. Women experienced almost twice as much domestic abuse as men in the previous 12 months, including partner or family non-physical abuse, threats, force, sexual assault or stalking. There were an estimated 1.3 million incidences of domestic abuse against women in the previous year, whilst there were an estimated 716 thousand incidences against men in the previous year.
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This statistic displays the estimated number of individuals who experienced domestic violence, in the previous year in the United Kingdom in 2016, by gender. Women experienced almost twice as much domestic abuse as men in the previous 12 months, including partner or family non-physical abuse, threats, force, sexual assault or stalking. There were an estimated 1.3 million incidences of domestic abuse against women in the previous year, whilst there were an estimated 716 thousand incidences against men in the previous year.
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Release date
February 2017
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
2016
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According to the source domestic abuse includes: partner or family non-physical abuse, threats, force, sexual assault and stalking.

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