TABLE 5-4 12-Month and Lifetime Prevalence of Rape Victimization, National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, 2010
|Type of Victimization||12-Month Prevalence||Lifetime Prevalence|
|Weighted Percentage of U.S. Adult Women||Estimated Number of Victimsa||Weighted Percentage of U.S. Adult Women and Men||Estimated Number of Victims|
|Completed forced penetration||0.5||620,000||12.3||14,617,000|
|Attempted forced penetration||0.4||519,000||5.2||6,199,000|
|Completed alcohol/drug-facilitated penetration||0.7||781,000||8.0||9,524,000|
|Total completed, attempted, and completed alcohol/drug-facilitated penetrationb||1.1||1,270,000||18.3||21,840,000|
|Completed forced penetration||c||c||0.9||970,000|
|Attempted forced penetration||c||c||0.4||499,000|
|Completed alcohol/drug-facilitated penetration||c||c||0.6||685,000|
|Total completed, attempted, and completed alcohol/drug-facilitated penetrationb||c||c||1.4||1,581,000|
aRounded to nearest thousand.
bRespondents who reported more than one subcategory are counted only once in the total estimate but are included in each relevant subcategory. For example, victims of completed forced penetration and alcohol-or drug-facilitated penetration are included in each of these subtypes of rape but are counted only once in the total estimate of rape prevalence.
cEstimate not reported. The relative standard error of the estimate is greater than 30 percent, or the cell size is 20 or less.