According to data from the latest statistical bulletin from the Ministry of Equality, which offers data up to December 2022, 78 women have been murdered in the Canary Islands, and 41 in the Balearic Islands, which places the femicide rate per million inhabitants at 4.3 and 4. .5, respectively, followed by the Valencian Community (3.4), Andalusia (3.4) and Castilla-La Mancha (3.2).
The autonomies with the lowest rate of sexist crimes are Extremadura (1.2), the Basque Country (2), Cantabria (2.1) and Madrid (2.1).
In absolute figures, Andalusia is the region in which there have been the most femicides in the last 20 years (239), ahead of Catalonia (186), the Valencian Community (148) and Madrid (124).
In total, 1,190 women have been killed by gender violence since there are records, according to the latest data offered by the Government Delegation against Gender Violence.
In Andalusia, 239 women have been murdered since 2003 and the city in which there have been the most femicides is Málaga (47), followed by Seville (44) and Granada (40), so that the rate of sexist crimes per million inhabitants is 3.4.
In Aragon, since 2003 there have been 32 femicides, of which 25 have taken place in Zaragoza, five in Huesca and two in Teruel.
Thus, the rate of murders due to gender violence is 2.8 women per million inhabitants.
In Asturias, 29 women have been murdered since there are records and the femicide rate stands at 2.9.
The Balearic Islands is the autonomy in which the highest number of femicides per million inhabitants has been registered, since the rate of women murdered by sexist violence stands at 4.5.
In absolute numbers, 41 women have lost their lives due to sexist violence since 2003.
The Canary Islands is the second autonomous region in which the highest number of crimes of this type per million inhabitants have been registered, since the rate of women murdered by sexist violence stands at 4.3.
In absolute numbers, 78 women have lost their lives as a result of gender violence since 2003.
In Cantabria, 11 women have been murdered by sexist violence since there are records and the rate is two women per million residents, a figure that is only ahead of the Basque Country and Extremadura.
Castile and Leon
In Castilla y León there have been 59 femicides since 2003 and 14 women have been murdered in León; 13 in Valladolid; 11 in Burgos and five in Salamanca.
Thus, the sexist murder rate is 2.6 per million inhabitants.
Castilla la Mancha
In Castilla-La Mancha, 55 women have been killed by sexist violence since 2003, so that the rate per million inhabitants stands at 3.2.
In Toledo and Ciudad Real, 15 women have been murdered in each province; in Guadalajara, nine, and in Cuenca and Albacete, eight.
Catalonia is the second community in which there has been a greater number of sexist murders (186) since there are records, although if the total population residing in the autonomy is taken into account, the rate is behind regions such as Andalusia, Castilla-La Mancha or the Valencian Community (2.8).
The Valencian Community is the third autonomous region with the highest rate of sexist murders (3.4), only surpassed by the Balearic and Canary Islands.
It is also the third region with the most femicides in absolute numbers, 148, a number surpassed only by Catalonia and Andalusia.
Extremadura is the region with the lowest rate of femicides (1.2), since since 2003, 12 women have been murdered due to sexist violence.
In Badajoz there have been seven femicides and in Cáceres, five.
In Galicia, 66 women have been victims of sexist murders since 2003 and the femicide rate is 2.5 per million inhabitants.
In Pontevedra, 27 women have been murdered; in A Coruña, 22; in Lugo, nine and in Ourense, seven.
Madrid is the fourth autonomous community with the lowest rate of sexist murders per million inhabitants (2.2) and, in absolute figures, it is the fourth community with the most femicides since 2003 (124).
In Murcia, 34 women have been killed by sexist violence since there are records and the femicide rate is 2.2 women per million inhabitants.
In Navarra, 14 women have been killed by gender violence since 2003 and the femicide rate is 2.6 per million residents.
The Basque Country is the second community with the lowest rate of femicide per million inhabitants (2), since 39 women have been murdered since 2003.
In Bizcaia, 25 women have been murdered; in Álava, nine and, in Gipuzkoa, five.
In La Rioja, seven women have been killed by sexist violence since there are records and the femicide rate is 2.6 per million people.
Ceuta and melilla
In Ceuta, on average, 4.8 women have been murdered per million inhabitants, and, in absolute terms, there have been three sexist crimes since 2003.
And the autonomous city of Melilla has a femicide rate of 8.5 women per million inhabitants, while, in absolute terms, there have been three sexist murders in the last 20 years.