Eight in Ten (82%) Women who are Victims of Sexual Assault Didn’t Report Incident(s) to Police

Those Who Told Police Say They Felt Devastated (39%), Abandoned (37%) and Distraught (37%) About the Outcome, Compared to 22% Who Were Satisfied

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Toronto, ON – It appears that most Canadian women who have been a victim of sexual assault did not report the incident(s) to police, and those that did report are more likely to say that the experience was negative, not positive, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted exclusively for Global News.

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Eight in Ten (82%) Women who are Victims of Sexual Assault Didn’t Report Incident(s) to Police

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