4524.0 - In Focus: Crime and Justice Statistics, December 2011  
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SEX DIFFERENCES

Males and females are equally likely to perceive at least one social disorder issue.

There was no significant difference between the percentage of males and females perceiving at least one social disorder issue in their local area (60.2% and 61.3% respectively). However, females were significantly more likely than males to perceive noisy driving (37.4% compared to 35.0%) and noisy neighbours (14.4% compared to 13.1%) as issues in their local area.

PROPORTION OF RESPONDENTS IDENTIFYING EACH SOCIAL DISORDER ISSUE by SEX(a)
Graph showing that men and women were equally likely to report at least one social disorder issue


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