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The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS)

Detailed State Tables

Table 7.1a
Lifetime Prevalence of Rape by Any Perpetrator by State of Residence—U.S. Women, NISVS 2010

State

Weighted %

(95% C.I.)

Estimated Number of Victims1

(95% C.I.)1

United States Total

18.3

(17.2–19.5)

21,840,000

(20,346,000-23,334,000)

Alabama

17.1

(11.8–24.1)

321,000

(205,000-436,000)

Alaska

29.2

(21.3–38.6)

72,000

(49,000-96,000)

Arizona

18.0

(11.3–27.5)

441,000

(228,000-653,000)

Arkansas

20.4

(14.4–28.0)

230,000

(150,000-310,000)

California

14.6

(11.4–18.6)

2,024,000

(1,518,000-2,531,000)

Colorado

23.8

(16.8–32.6)

451,000

(286,000-616,000)

Connecticut

22.1

(14.8–31.5)

310,000

(183,000-437,000)

Delaware

14.2

(8.4–23.1)

50,000

(27,000-74,000)

District of Columbia

*

*

*

*

Florida

17.0

(12.3–23.1)

1,266,000

(860,000-1,672,000)

Georgia

17.6

(12.4–24.3)

655,000

(428,000-882,000)

Hawaii

*

*

*

*

Idaho

18.6

(12.9–26.1)

105,000

(66,000-144,000)

Illinois

18.6

(12.4–27.0)

930,000

(537,000-1,323,000)

Indiana

20.4

(14.7–27.5)

505,000

(336,000-674,000)

Iowa

16.9

(11.4–24.3)

198,000

(118,000-279,000)

Kansas

15.6

(9.5–24.6)

168,000

(82,000-254,000)

Kentucky

20.3

(14.4–27.8)

345,000

(223,000-467,000)

Louisiana

15.9

(10.1–24.1)

280,000

(153,000-406,000)

Maine

17.3

(11.9–24.5)

94,000

(61,000-126,000)

Maryland

20.5

(14.0–29.0)

466,000

(285,000-648,000)

Massachusetts

15.1

(9.2–23.8)

406,000

(201,000-612,000)

Michigan

25.6

(17.3–36.2)

1,005,000

(564,000-1,446,000)

Minnesota

22.2

(15.7–30.5)

452,000

(285,000-618,000)

Mississippi

*

*

*

*

Missouri

17.5

(11.5–25.6)

413,000

(235,000-591,000)

Montana

18.5

(12.5–26.5)

70,000

(43,000-98,000)

Nebraska

18.8

(13.2–26.1)

129,000

(84,000-174,000)

Nevada

26.1

(18.5–35.5)

252,000

(158,000-347,000)

New Hampshire

23.5

(15.4–34.2)

125,000

(66,000-183,000)

New Jersey

*

*

*

*

New Mexico

19.5

(13.2–28.0)

149,000

(88,000-211,000)

New York

17.7

(12.5–24.5)

1,398,000

(896,000-1,900,000)

North Carolina

21.6

(15.4–29.4)

794,000

(506,000-1,081,000)

North Dakota

19.3

(12.1–29.3)

48,000

(25,000-72,000)

Ohio

16.2

(10.9–23.4)

743,000

(456,000-1,030,000)

Oklahoma

24.9

(17.0–34.8)

353,000

(206,000-500,000)

Oregon

27.2

(20.0–36.0)

409,000

(268,000-550,000)

Pennsylvania

18.8

(13.1–26.1)

960,000

(603,000-1,316,000)

Rhode Island

14.8

(8.8–23.7)

64,000

(30,000-97,000)

South Carolina

15.0

(9.7–22.6)

273,000

(155,000-390,000)

South Dakota

*

*

*

*

Tennessee

13.6

(8.9–20.4)

340,000

(192,000-487,000)

Texas

21.7

(16.8–27.6)

1,963,000

(1,450,000-2,476,000)

Utah

18.1

(12.4–25.6)

174,000

(105,000-243,000)

Vermont

15.4

(9.9–23.1)

39,000

(22,000-56,000)

Virginia

11.4

(7.4–17.2)

354,000

(203,000-505,000)

Washington

23.7

(17.0–31.9)

608,000

(391,000-826,000)

West Virginia

18.9

(13.1–26.4)

139,000

(90,000-189,000)

Wisconsin

17.7

(12.4–24.6)

390,000

(252,000-528,000)

Wyoming

22.2

(14.2–33.1)

45,000

(24,000-67,000)

1 Rounded to the nearest thousand.
* Estimate is not reported; relative standard error > 30% or cell size ≤ 20.

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