Table 11
Types of self-reported stalking experienced by victims, by relationship of stalker to victim, Canada, 2014

Table 11
Types of self-reported stalking experienced by victims, by relationship of stalker to victim, Canada, 2014
Table summary
This table displays the results of Types of self-reported stalking experienced by victims. The information is grouped by Type of stalking behaviour (appearing as row headers), Intimate partner , Stranger, Other known person and Total, calculated using percent units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Type of stalking behaviour Intimate partnerTable 11 Note   Table 11 Note 1 Stranger Other known person Total
percent
Unwanted email, text, social media communication 41 18Note E: Use with caution Note * 24Note * 26
Threatening or intimidating someone else 40 23Note * 42 37
Repeated, silent or obscene phone calls 37 29 24Note * 30
Damaging victim's property 33 13Note E: Use with caution Note * 20Note * 22
Waiting outside victim's home 27 14Note E: Use with caution Note * 10Note * 15
Waiting outside victim's work or school 20 12Note E: Use with caution Note * 10Note E: Use with caution Note * 13
In-person or electronic spying/surveillance 20 21 9Note * 15
Persistently asking for a date 16Note E: Use with caution 7Note E: Use with caution Note * 11 11
Hurting victim's petsTable 11 Note 2 10Note E: Use with caution Note F: too unreliable to be published 10Note E: Use with caution 9
Other unwanted communication 6Note E: Use with caution Note F: too unreliable to be published 5Note E: Use with caution 5
Posting unwanted information on social media 6Note E: Use with caution Note F: too unreliable to be published 3Note E: Use with caution 4Note E: Use with caution
Unwanted gifts, letters, cards Note F: too unreliable to be published Note F: too unreliable to be published 5Note E: Use with caution 5Note E: Use with caution
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