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Table 2 Bivariate relations between victimization and situational factors per 10-min timeslot

From: Is travel actually risky? A study of situational causes of victimization

  All respondents Victims only
v # % λ # % λ
Activity
 Public transport 3 14,229 2.03 1.27 594 2.32 30.30
 Private transport by car 0 10,226 1.46 .00 371 1.45 .00
 Private transport open-air 2 17,649 2.51 .68 553 2.16 21.70
 Work 11 51,843 7.38 1.27 2172 8.48 30.39
 Education 7 87,300 12.43 .48 2988 11.67 14.06
 Shopping/errands 6 9996 1.42 3.60 355 1.39 101.41
 Leisure 37 154,142 21.95 1.44 5612 21.91 39.56
 Sleeping 4 274,587 39.10 .09 10,150 39.63 2.36
 Other activity 8 82,320 11.72 .58 2818 11.00 17.03
Time of day
 6 a.m.–noon 15 179,447 25.55 .50 6563 25.62 13.71
 Noon–6 p.m. 20 176,643 25.15 .68 6495 25.36 18.48
 6 p.m.–midnight 22 173,002 24.63 .76 6326 24.70 20.87
 Midnight–6 a.m. 21 173,200 24.66 .73 6229 24.32 20.23
Substance use
 No 55 690,138 98.27 .48 25,018 97.68 13.19
 Yes 23 12,154 1.73 11.35 595 2.32 231.93
Friends present
 No 37 578,312 82.35 .38 20,457 79.87 10.85
 Yes 41 123,980 17.65 1.98 5156 20.13 47.71
Partner or household member present
 No 59 567,403 80.79 .62 20,767 81.08 17.05
 Yes 19 134,889 19.21 .85 4846 18.92 23.52
Children present
 No 77 695,968 99.10 .66 25,418 99.24 18.18
 Yes 1 6324 .90 .95 195 .76 30.77
Total sample 78 702,292   .67 25,613   18.27
  1. Absolute number of victimizations (v), number of 10-min timeslots (#), percentages (%), and number of victimizations per 1000 h (λ)