|Sample Sizea||Data Collection Mode||Response Rates|
|100% from participating 18,000 jurisdictions||Administrative records||NA|
|n = 143,122 individuals interviewed, male and female, 12+ years, from 79,802 households (2011)||Interviewer administered. In-person interview on first and last waves. Telephone interview on other waves, to the extent feasible||2011—88% for individual respondents|
|n = 4,008, female only, 18+ years||Interviewer administered with cold telephone contact on wave 1, with subsequent waves also administered with telephone interview||34% response rateb 85% participation rate|
|n = 16,000, male and female, 18+ years||Interviewer administered with cold telephone contact||34% response rateb 72% participation rate for females and 69% participation rate for malesc|
|n = 233 institutions n = 4,446 female college students||Interviewer administered. Presurvey letter followed by telephone interview||67% response rate,b with 86% participation rate|
|n = 18,049 (2010), male and female, 18+ years||Interviewer administered with cold telephone contact||2010—34% response rate|
NOTE: AAPOR = American Association for Public Opinion Research, PSUs = primary sampling units.
SOURCES: Data from Black et al. (2011); Bureau of Justice Statistics (n.d.-b); Federal Bureau of Investigation (2004); Fisher, Cullen, and Turner (2000); Kilpatrick, Edmunds, and Seymour (1992); Tjaden and Thoennes (2000).