Percentage of people at home and aware of burglaries taking place
The chart shows the percentage of respondents that were at home during a burglary taking place versus those that were both at home and aware that it was happening. There are three different types of burglary incident charted: all burglary incidents, burglaries with entry, and attempted burglaries. The highest values for people who were both at home and aware that an incident was taking place were during attempted burglaries, with 75% of people at home and 50% aware it was taking place.
Percentage value presented on the image:
|% of people at home during incident||% of people at home and aware of the incident taking place|
|All burglary incidents||64%||37%|
|Burglaries with entry||56%||26%|
The bar chart represents the percentage of people who were at home during a burglary incident by type next to those who were aware of it taking place. They are represented in columns lined up vertically with the heights indicating the percentages of the people who were at home. The darker column represents people at home during an incident, and the lighter column shows the percentage who were aware of the incident.