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Stark numbers show who gets trolled the most online. See for yourself.

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Across Women's Lives

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Across Women's Lives

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A woman uses a smartphone in New York City.

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Have you ever been hacked, trolled on social media or experienced other forms of online harassment? If the answer is yes, you share the same experience with almost half of American internet users.

But gender, age and sexual orientation make a difference in who gets targeted for online harassment, according to a recent study by the Data & Society Research Institute and the Center for Innovative Public Health Research.

See how you compare to the most vulnerable groups: