According to results of 2011 National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (as presented in Prevalence and Characteristics of Sexual Violence, Stalking, and Intimate Partner Violence Victimization – National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, United States, 2011, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, September 2014):
- The lifetime and 12-month prevalences of rape by an intimate partner for women were an estimated 8.8% and 0.8%, respectively; an estimated 0.5% of men experienced rape by an intimate partner during their lifetimes, although the case count for men reporting rape by an intimate partner in the preceding 12 months was too small to produce a statistically reliable prevalence estimate.
- An estimated 15.8% of women and 9.5% of men experienced other forms of sexual violence by an intimate partner during their lifetimes, whereas an estimated 2.1% of both men and women experienced these forms of sexual violence by a partner in the 12 months before taking the survey.
- Among female stalking victims, an estimated 60.8% were stalked by a current or former intimate partner and an estimated 6.2% were stalked by a family member. Among male stalking victims, an estimated 43.5% were stalked by an intimate partner and an estimated 9.9% by a family member.