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100% 90% 2014 80% 2010 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Emotional Physical Verbal Financial Almost all households experiencing family violence in 2014 indicated that it was affecting their capacity to meet their household’s basic needs (93.1%), which is an increase of 28% compared to 2010. These households constituted approximately 15% of all households surveyed. In particular, over half of the respondents (55.8%) indicated they were frequently unable to meet their household’s basic needs. Table 36: Family Violence Problems Affecting Capacity to Meet Basic Needs Proportion of Survey Respondents No. Proportion of Victims Always able to meet basic needs 3 1.10% 6.90% Sometimes unable to meet basic needs 16 6.20% 37.20% Frequently unable to meet basic needs 24 9.40% 55.80% Total 43 16.90% 46