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The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS)

Detailed State Tables

Table 7.2
Lifetime Prevalence of Sexual Violence Other Than Rape1 by Any Perpetrator by State of Residence—U.S. Men, NISVS 2010

State

Weighted %

(95% C.I.)

Estimated Number of Victims2

(95% C.I.)2

United States Total

22.2

(20.7-23.7)

25,130,000

(23,290,000-26,970,000)

Alabama

21.5

(13.0-33.5)

367,000

(168,000-565,000)

Alaska

17.9

(11.6-26.5)

48,000

(29,000-67,000)

Arizona

25.9

(17.2-37.0)

627,000

(348,000-905,000)

Arkansas

18.5

(12.0-27.4)

195,000

(109,000-281,000)

California

22.1

(17.4-27.5)

3,015,000

(2,271,000-3,759,000)

Colorado

26.5

(19.2-35.5)

505,000

(334,000-675,000)

Connecticut

*

*

*

*

Delaware

18.4

(11.3-28.4)

60,000

(33,000-86,000)

District of Columbia

*

*

*

*

Florida

20.4

(14.8-27.4)

1,437,000

(972,000-1,902,000)

Georgia

22.1

(13.8-33.5)

776,000

(386,000-1,166,000)

Hawaii

17.1

(10.3-26.9)

86,000

(48,000-124,000)

Idaho

27.3

(19.7-36.4)

153,000

(98,000-208,000)

Illinois

*

*

*

*

Indiana

25.8

(16.8-37.4)

606,000

(313,000-900,000)

Iowa

19.8

(11.7-31.5)

222,000

(94,000-350,000)

Kansas

*

*

*

*

Kentucky

19.6

(13.3-27.8)

313,000

(192,000-433,000)

Louisiana

32.4

(21.9-45.2)

523,000

(312,000-733,000)

Maine

25.8

(18.1-35.5)

130,000

(79,000-182,000)

Maryland

17.3

(11.3-25.5)

359,000

(205,000-512,000)

Massachusetts

23.3

(15.5-33.6)

577,000

(354,000-800,000)

Michigan

22.5

(15.0-32.4)

834,000

(483,000-1,184,000)

Minnesota

22.4

(15.4-31.3)

442,000

(270,000-615,000)

Mississippi

21.1

(12.8-32.9)

220,000

(103,000-337,000)

Missouri

20.9

(13.3-31.3)

459,000

(239,000-680,000)

Montana

28.7

(20.2-39.0)

108,000

(67,000-148,000)

Nebraska

26.3

(18.5-36.0)

174,000

(112,000-236,000)

Nevada

21.3

(14.6-29.8)

212,000

(133,000-290,000)

New Hampshire

28.0

(17.9-40.8)

141,000

(73,000-209,000)

New Jersey

*

*

*

*

New Mexico

21.5

(14.5-30.8)

158,000

(96,000-220,000)

New York

20.2

(14.3-27.7)

1,463,000

(933,000-1,993,000)

North Carolina

16.8

(11.5-24.0)

576,000

(355,000-798,000)

North Dakota

*

*

*

*

Ohio

24.7

(17.1-34.3)

1,048,000

(646,000-1,451,000)

Oklahoma

27.3

(19.2-37.1)

368,000

(231,000-506,000)

Oregon

18.6

(13.3-25.3)

270,000

(184,000-356,000)

Pennsylvania

18.6

(12.4-27.1)

880,000

(509,000-1,250,000)

Rhode Island

18.7

(12.2-27.7)

74,000

(42,000-106,000)

South Carolina

17.8

(11.7-26.0)

296,000

(174,000-418,000)

South Dakota

*

*

*

*

Tennessee

25.7

(18.1-35.1)

592,000

(370,000-815,000)

Texas

26.3

(20.4-33.2)

2,328,000

(1,709,000-2,948,000)

Utah

22.8

(16.6-30.4)

217,000

(145,000-289,000)

Vermont

23.6

(15.0-35.2)

57,000

(35,000-79,000)

Virginia

20.9

(14.1-29.9)

614,000

(355,000-872,000)

Washington

33.7

(25.7-42.6)

850,000

(590,000-1,111,000)

West Virginia

21.6

(15.1-29.8)

150,000

(97,000-203,000)

Wisconsin

23.7

(15.9-33.7)

507,000

(287,000-727,000)

Wyoming

29.3

(20.3-40.4)

61,000

(37,000-86,000)

1 Estimates of rape among men are not included due to small numbers.
2 Rounded to the nearest thousand.
* Estimate is not reported; relative standard error > 30% or cell size ≤ 20.

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