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What are the statistics of men killed by women and women killed by men women are killed by men?

No. According to the most recent statistics, for homicides in which the victim-killer relationship was known, 31 percent of female victims were killed by an intimate partner. Only 4 percent of male victims were killed by an intimate partner.

According to Bureau of Justice statistics, a 1992 survey of women killed showed that their relationship to the killer was known in 69 percent of homicides. Of that percentage, 28 percent were killed by spouse, ex-spouse, boyfriend or ex-boyfriend. That same study showed that of men killed in 1992, their relationship to the killer was known in 59 percent of homicides. Of that percentage, 3 percent were killed by spouse, ex-spouse, girlfriend or ex-girlfriend.