Table 6
Characteristics of hate crime victims, by motivation, Canada, 2010 to 2019


Table 6
Characteristics of hate crime victims, by motivation, Canada, 2010 to 2019
Table summary
This table displays the results of Characteristics of hate crime victims. The information is grouped by Detailed motivation (appearing as row headers), Victims, Gender, Relationship to accused, Injuries, Age, Male, Female, Stranger, Acquaintance, Family member or intimate partner, No injury or not applicable, Minor physical injury and Major physical injury, calculated using number, percent and median units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Detailed motivation Victims GenderTable 6 Note 1 Relationship to accusedTable 6 Note 2 InjuriesTable 6 Note 3 AgeTable 6 Note 4
Male Female Stranger AcquaintanceTable 6 Note 5 Family member or intimate partnerTable 6 Note 6 No injury or not applicableTable 6 Note 7 Minor physical injury Major physical injuryTable 6 Note 8
number percent median
Race/ethnicity 3,218 68 32 65 32 3 70 27 3 31.0
Black 1,143 67 33 57 39 4 72 25 3 30.0
East or Southeast Asian 347 70 30 82 16 2 63 35 2 32.0
South Asian 408 78 22 78 21 2 73 26 2 31.5
Arab or West Asian 579 69 31 63 35 2 71 28 1 33.5
Indigenous 159 55 45 62 34 3 56 35 9 28.0
White 171 61 39 70 28 2 64 28 9 30.5
Other or not specifiedTable 6 Note 9 411 64 36 62 34 4 75 22 3 34.0
Religion 954 58 42 69 26 5 86 11 3 37.0
Jewish 325 64 36 61 36 2 90 9 1 40.0
Muslim 478 53 47 79 17 4 85 11 3 35.0
Catholic 32 72 28 60 28 12 75 19 6 42.0
Other or not specifiedTable 6 Note 10 119 55 45 56 32 12 85 12 3 35.0
Sexual orientation 1,173 80 20 57 38 5 59 37 3 27.0
TotalTable 6 Note 11 5,822 68 32 63 33 4 71 26 3 31.0
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