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Table 2 Lifetime and past-year prevalence of intimate partner violence and intimate partner injury among Native American women participants

From: Socioeconomic disparities in intimate partner violence against Native American women: a cross-sectional study

Type of Intimate Partner Violence Lifetime prevalence Past-year prevalencea
  %
(n = 312)
95% CI %
(n = 273)e
95% CI
Verbal/psychological aggressionb 74.0 68.7, 78.7 50.2 44.1, 56.3
   With physical/sexual violence 54.5 48.8, 60.1 26.4 21.3, 32.1
   Without physical/sexual violence 19.6 15.4, 24.5 23.8 19.0, 29.4
Physical/sexual violence (any) 58.7 53.0, 64.1 30.1 24.7, 35.9
   Physical minor only 19.2 15.1, 24.1 14.3 10.5, 19.1
   Physical severe 39.1 33.7, 44.8 15.8 11.7, 20.7
Specific violent actsc     
   Threw something at herd 27.3 22.5, 32.7 12.5 8.9, 17.1
   Pushed, grabbed, or shovedd 54.2 48.5, 59.8 26.8 21.8, 32.6
   Slappedd 32.2 27.1, 37.7 12.8 9.2, 17.5
   Kicked, bit, or hit with a fist 28.2 23.4, 33.6 9.5 6.4, 13.8
   Hit or tried to hit with something 30.2 25.2, 35.7 12.8 9.2, 17.5
   Choked 21.2 16.8, 26.2 6.3 3.8, 10.0
   Forced into sexual activity 12.2 8.9, 16.5 3.3 1.6, 6.4
   Beat up 19.6 15.4, 24.6 5.9 3.5, 9.6
   Threatened with a knife or gun 11.5 8.3, 15.7 2.9 1.4, 5.9
   Used a knife or fired a gun 1.9 0.7, 3.7f 0.7 0.1, 2.0f
Injury (any) 40.1 34.6, 45.8 16.4 12.3, 21.5
Body parts injuredc     
   Neck/head/face 31.1 26.1, 36.6 10.4 7.2, 14.9
   Back 13.5 10.0, 17.9 5.2 3.0, 8.8
   Stomach/chest 10.3 7.2, 14.3 3.0 1.4, 6.0
   Private parts 2.6 1.2, 5.2 0.7 0.1, 2.1f
   Arms/legs 27.6 22.8, 32.9 11.6 8.1, 16.2
   Hands/feet 7.1 4.6, 10.6 2.6 1.1, 5.5
  1. aPast-year prevalence is reported for women who had a boyfriend or spouse during the previous 12 months. bIncludes reports of partner: saying or doing something to hurt her; insulting or swearing at her; throwing, smashing, hitting or kicking something; and/or threatening to hit or throw something at her. cNot mutually exclusive categories. dClassified as minor violence. eN = 268 for past-year injury estimates (five women had missing information). fExact confidence interval.