Table 1.3
Victims of self-reported childhood physical and sexual abuse, by sex and relationship of perpetrator to victim in most serious incident, Canada, 2014

Table 1.3
Victims of self-reported childhood physical and sexual abuse, by sex and relationship of perpetrator to victim in most serious incident, Canada, 2014
Table summary
This table displays the results of Victims of self-reported childhood physical and sexual abuse. The information is grouped by Relationship of perpetrator to victim in most serious incident (appearing as row headers), Physical abuse, Sexual abuse, Males, Females and Total, calculated using percent units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Relationship of perpetrator to victim in most serious incident Physical abuse Sexual abuse
MalesTable 1.3 Note  Females Total MalesTable 1.3 Note  Females Total
percent
Parent or step-parent 54 71Note * 61 4Note E: Use with caution 14Note * 11
Other family memberTable 1.3 Note 1 8 11Note * 9 13 31Note * 26
Boy/girlfriend, friend, neighbourTable 1.3 Note 2 10 6Note * 8 27 31 30
Teacher, tutor, professor 14 4Note * 10 15 3Note * 6
Babysitter or nanny Note F: too unreliable to be published 0.5Note E: Use with caution 0Note E: Use with caution 0.3Note E: Use with caution 2Note E: Use with caution 3
Stranger 7 2Note * 5 35 16Note * 21
OtherTable 1.3 Note 3 3 2Note * 2 3Note E: Use with caution 2Note E: Use with caution 2Note E: Use with caution
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