About the
clocks of violence

The information and numbers presented in the Clocks of Violence refer to a Datafolha survey commissioned by the Brazilian Forum on Public Security, held from February 11 to 17, 2017 in 130 municipalities, including capitals and countryside cities, in all regions of the country, and disclosed on March 8, 2017.

To perform the research, 2,073 people - 1,051 women - were heard, and 833 accepted to answer a self-filling module. The margin of error is of 2 percentage points, for more or less, for the national sample, and 3 points for the sample of women participating in the self-filling module.

The research has the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-ShareAlike License, according to the norms of the Terms of Use of the Forum on Public Security. The Maria da Penha Institute is not responsible for the content of the research.

Author(s)/Researcher(s): Renato Sérgio de Lima, Samira Bueno, Patrícia Nogueira Pröglhöf, Olaya Hanashiro, Cauê Martins, Cristina Neme, David Marques, Isabela Sobral, Marina dos Santos, Marina Pinheiro, Roberta Astolfi, Stefanie Prandi, Silvia Ramos, Roberta Viegas, Roberta Gregoli, Henrique Marques, Maria José Tonelli, Rafael Alcadipani, Manoela Miklos, Ana Carolina Evangelista, Mafoane Odara Poli Santos, Daniela Marques Grelin.

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