Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics Profile Series

    Household Income and Victimization in Canada, 2004

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    Table 1  Selected personal characteristics of respondents who declared their household income on the General Social Survey, Canada, 2004

    Table 2  Criminal victimization rates by household income group, Canada, 2004

    Table 3  Perceptions of neighbourhood social disorder, Canada, 2004


    Chart 1  Canadians from low income households experience higher rates of violent victimization

    Chart 2  Canadians living in low income households less likely to be victims of property-related household crimes

    Chart 3  Canadians from low income households more fearful of crime in certain situations

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