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Table 1 Survey characteristics

From: Victims of cybercrime in Europe: a review of victim surveys

Survey Country Mode data collection Year first data collection on cybercrimea Periodicity data collection on cybercrime Percentage response rateb Number of respondents for cybercrime (in thousands) Age group studied
NTU Sweden By telephonec 2006 Every year 60–76 12–15 16–79
CSEW UK Face-to-face 2016 Every year 72 18 16+
VM The Netherlands Online and on paper 2012 Every year 37–41 80–145 15+
ODW The Netherlands Online and on paper 2011 One-off 47 10 15+
ITN The Netherlands Online and by telephone 2015 One-off 41 5 12+
WISIND Germany By telephone 2014 One-off 21 12 16+
DV Germany By telephone 2012 First time, second one in 2017 22 32 16+
CVS France Face-to-face 2010 Every year   15 14+
ES Luxembourg By telephone 2013 First time, second one in 2017 30 3 16+
  1. aMost often the 12 months preceding the survey are investigated
  2. bFor telephone surveys measured as percentage of the eligible numbers, for study 3,4,5 measured as the percentage of the total bruto sample
  3. cApprox 12% responded online or on paper, these respondents don’t get the questions if a crime happened online