In the wake of the 2014 Santa Barbara mass shooting, there's been a justifiable outcry over domestic violence, especially sexual violence. One of the items often cited [e.g.] is the following:
Studies by the Surgeon General's office reveal that domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women between the ages of 15 and 44, more common than automobile accidents, muggings, and cancer deaths combined. Other research has found that half of all women will experience some form of violence from their partners during marriage, and that more than one-third are battered repeatedly every year.
It's generally quoted as a current statistic, but the most recent official citation I can find is Journal of American Medical Association, 1990 although I've also found the exact same quote, except mentioning the Surgeon General cited to Uniform Crime Reports, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1991 and a few scattered references to the same statistic in 1992.
On the other end of things, there are statistics from 1996 showing domestic violence to be a distant 9th on the leading causes of injury, a tenth as likely as automobile accidents. Given that there was significant legislation passed in 1990 regarding domestic violence, it would not surprise me if this is a case of outdated quotations where people left off the date on the quote.
Long story short, was the statistic in the quote applicable at any point after 1990?