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Prevalence of stalking by a family member, in the last year among adults aged 16 to 59, England and Wales

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Crime Survey for England and Wales, Office for National Statistics - stalking tables, year ending March 2022 - Table 4

  1. Data for the year ending March 2022 are not National Statistics. They are based on six months of data collection from the face-to-face Crime Survey for England and Wales between October 2021 and March 2022. Caution should be taken when using these data due to the impact of the reduced data collection period and lower response rates on the quality of the estimates.
  2. The units in this table are for percentage who were victims once or more.
  3. From October 2021, the upper age limit for the self-completion module was removed. Figures for 16 to 59 year olds are presented in the charts to allow comparisons to be made over a longer time period.
  4. No data is available for the year ending March 2008 because comparable questions on stalking were not included in that year.
  5. Both male and all adults data for year ending March 2022 is 0.5%, as a result its not possible to see the male marker on the chart