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The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS)

Detailed State Tables

Table 7.5
Lifetime Prevalence of Rape, Physical Violence, and/or Stalking1 by an Intimate Partner 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

28.5

(27.0-30.1)

32,280,000

(30,310,000-34,251,000)

Alabama

26.9

(17.5-39.1)

459,000

(242,000-677,000)

Alaska

25.0

(17.5-34.3)

67,000

(46,000-87,000)

Arizona

27.1

(19.0-37.1)

657,000

(418,000-896,000)

Arkansas

35.6

(26.8-45.5)

375,000

(258,000-491,000)

California

27.3

(22.4-32.9)

3,737,000

(2,966,000-4,509,000)

Colorado

28.6

(20.8-37.9)

545,000

(360,000-729,000)

Connecticut

33.9

(24.1-45.4)

442,000

(269,000-615,000)

Delaware

36.8

(23.9-51.9)

119,000

(58,000-180,000)

District of Columbia

24.4

(14.4-38.3)

55,000

(36,000-74,000)

Florida

24.6

(18.3-32.2)

1,731,000

(1,196,000-2,266,000)

Georgia

39.9

(28.6-52.3)

1,401,000

(806,000-1,996,000)

Hawaii

21.8

(13.5-33.3)

110,000

(62,000-157,000)

Idaho

33.3

(25.6-41.9)

187,000

(134,000-239,000)

Illinois

25.7

(18.5-34.4)

1,215,000

(808,000-1,623,000)

Indiana

26.8

(18.9-36.7)

631,000

(399,000-864,000)

Iowa

19.6

(13.5-27.5)

219,000

(140,000-298,000)

Kansas

23.0

(14.0-35.5)

239,000

(109,000-370,000)

Kentucky

31.0

(22.7-40.6)

495,000

(333,000-657,000)

Louisiana

28.4

(19.4-39.5)

457,000

(301,000-613,000)

Maine

26.7

(18.7-36.5)

135,000

(82,000-187,000)

Maryland

27.2

(19.8-36.0)

563,000

(384,000-742,000)

Massachusetts

19.2

(12.5-28.1)

474,000

(291,000-657,000)

Michigan

23.0

(15.8-32.2)

850,000

(532,000-1,168,000)

Minnesota

23.5

(15.7-33.7)

465,000

(258,000-672,000)

Mississippi

25.8

(16.4-38.3)

268,000

(134,000-403,000)

Missouri

40.4

(30.3-51.4)

886,000

(578,000-1,194,000)

Montana

32.6

(23.8-42.8)

122,000

(81,000-164,000)

Nebraska

26.1

(18.8-35.0)

172,000

(118,000-227,000)

Nevada

30.9

(22.9-40.1)

307,000

(220,000-394,000)

New Hampshire

37.8

(25.0-52.6)

191,000

(87,000-295,000)

New Jersey

29.3

(19.5-41.5)

944,000

(597,000-1,292,000)

New Mexico

29.1

(20.9-38.8)

214,000

(145,000-282,000)

New York

33.5

(26.2-41.7)

2,423,000

(1,764,000-3,083,000)

North Carolina

19.3

(13.6-26.6)

660,000

(430,000-890,000)

North Dakota

26.1

(17.4-37.2)

66,000

(39,000-92,000)

Ohio

30.0

(21.4-40.2)

1,274,000

(812,000-1,737,000)

Oklahoma

40.7

(31.3-50.9)

550,000

(382,000-718,000)

Oregon

33.6

(26.1-42.0)

487,000

(367,000-608,000)

Pennsylvania

27.5

(19.6-37.1)

1,298,000

(823,000-1,774,000)

Rhode Island

19.3

(12.6-28.5)

76,000

(44,000-109,000)

South Carolina

17.4

(11.0-26.5)

290,000

(153,000-427,000)

South Dakota

30.2

(21.0-41.4)

92,000

(55,000-129,000)

Tennessee

32.5

(24.4-41.8)

750,000

(523,000-977,000)

Texas

35.1

(28.5-42.3)

3,104,000

(2,407,000-3,802,000)

Utah

19.6

(14.2-26.4)

187,000

(126,000-248,000)

Vermont

*

*

*

*

Virginia

22.1

(15.5-30.4)

647,000

(409,000-885,000)

Washington

28.3

(21.0-37.0)

716,000

(480,000-951,000)

West Virginia

41.2

(31.8-51.3)

286,000

(200,000-373,000)

Wisconsin

23.0

(16.2-31.6)

492,000

(317,000-668,000)

Wyoming

35.8

(26.5-46.3)

75,000

(51,000-98,000)

1Most of the violence reported by men was physical violence; 2.1% of men, overall, experienced stalking by an intimate partner.
2 Rounded to the nearest thousand.
*Estimate is not reported; relative standard error >30% or cell size ≤ 20.

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