RATING AND DISCUSSING THE PROBLEM
How big of a problem, if at all, do you think ... is at your school?
Female students are more likely than male students to say sexual assault and sexism are problems on campus.
Percent rating each a big problem or somewhat of a problem:
How often, if at all, would you say the subject of sexual assault comes up in discussions with your friends?
How effective, if at all, would each of the following
be on your campus to prevent sexual assault?
for those found guilty
of sexual assault
Train students in how to identify and intervene in potentially harmful situations
Train students on how to physically defend themselves
Require all students
to participate in prevention programs
of alcohol restrictions
fraternities and sororities entirely
(if school has them)
Women wear more
modest clothing when
they go out socially
How common would you say this attitude
is among students on your campus?
When women go to parties wearing revealing clothes, they are asking for trouble
If a woman is sexually
assaulted while she is
drunk, she is at least somewhat responsible
for what happened
If both people are drunk, it can’t be sexual assault
Sexual assault accusations are often used by women as
a way of getting back at men
Do you think the share of women who have been sexually assaulted at your school is …
Two-thirds of students say sexual assaults are reported infrequently to authorities. Slightly more say it is rare for students to falsely report assaults.
How often, if at all, do you think sexual assaults
involving students are reported to authorities?
How often, if at all, do you think students claim sexual
assault when it didn’t occur?
When a woman reports a sexual assault at your school,
how likely is it that she will be criticized by other students?
When a woman is sexually assaulted at your school,
how likely is it that the person who committed the assault
will be punished by the school or police?