Table 5
Emotional impact of self-reported stalking victimization, by sex, Canada, 2014

Table 5
Emotional impact of self-reported stalking victimization, by sex, Canada, 2014
Table summary
This table displays the results of Emotional impact of self-reported stalking victimization. The information is grouped by Type of emotional impact (appearing as row headers), Males, Females and Total, calculated using percent units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Type of emotional impact MalesTable 5 Note  Females Total
percent
Fearful 20 44Note * 35
Upset/confused/frustrated 29 33 31
Angry 29 25 27
More cautious/aware 12Note E: Use with caution 17Note * 16
Shock/disbelief 10Note E: Use with caution 15Note * 13
Annoyed 10 12 11
Depression/anxiety attacks 6Note E: Use with caution 13Note * 11
Victimized 6Note E: Use with caution 11Note * 9
Sleep problems 5Note E: Use with caution 12Note * 9
Hurt/disappointed 5Note E: Use with caution 11Note * 9
Afraid for children 3Note E: Use with caution 7Note * 5
Lowered self esteem 3Note E: Use with caution 4Note E: Use with caution 4
Increased self-reliance Note F: too unreliable to be published 4Note E: Use with caution 3Note E: Use with caution
Ashamed/guilty 2Note E: Use with caution 2Note E: Use with caution 2Note E: Use with caution
Problems relating to men/women Note F: too unreliable to be published 2Note E: Use with caution 2Note E: Use with caution
Other 10 11 11
No emotional effect 14 5Note E: Use with caution Note * 8
Not much emotional effect 8Note E: Use with caution 3Note E: Use with caution Note * 5
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