2010 - (US) - CDC - NISVS - Male vs. Female Victim/Perpetrator - Selected Data Part II

(Part II of 2010 CDC Report Data by Gender)
Source: http://www.cdc.gov/ViolencePrevention/pdf/NISVS_Report2010-a.pdf

Percentages of Those Reporting Psychological Aggression by Type of Aggression Reported (Lifetime)


Expressive Aggression Male Female
Acted very angry in a way that seemed dangerous 40.4 57.9
Told they were a loser, a failure or not good enough 42.4 48.9
Called names like ugly, fat, crazy,stupid 51.6 64.3
Insulted, humiliated, made fun of 39.4 58.0
Told no one else would want them 23.0 39.1 
 Coercive Control
   
Tried to keep from seeing or talking to family/friends 28.3 43.7
Made decisions that should have been yours to make 35.5 41.2
Kept track of demanding to know where were/what do 63.1 61.7
Made threats to physically harm 20.1 45.5
Threatened to hurt self or commit suicide because upset 24.8 37.1
Threatened to hurt a pet or take pet away 4.2 11.4
Threatened to hurt someone you love 4.0 14.5
Hurt someone you love 5.3 13.4
Threatened to take your children away from you 13.0 21.5
Kept from leaving the house when you wanted to go 19.4 36.0
Kept you from having your own money to use 12.9 22.2
Destroyed something that was important to you 28.8 39.7
Said things like: "If I can't have you then no one can." 15.4 27.4
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R = Rape, S = Other Sexual Violence - of Those Who Were Victimized, the Percentages of Whom the Perpetrator was:  Person of Authority includes People such as a Teacher, Boss at Work, Policeperson, etc., Acquaintance includes neighbors, friends etc.,  * = Insufficient or unclear data


Sex Intimate Family Person Acquaintance Stranger
Viol Partner Member Authority    
Male-R * * * 52.4 15.1
Female-R 51.1 12.5 2.5 40.8 13.8
Male-S 36.0 6.2 7.5 50.6 31.1
Female-S 35.7 16.1 7.9 42.1 44.8

R=Rape S= Oth Sexual Violence


















Stalked




Male 41.4 5.3 * 40.0 19.0
Female 66.2 6.8 2.5 24,9 13.2 

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