Instead it's mostly "We've reduced the incidence of this problem by 11.3%."
And without a concrete way to measure the incidence of domestic violence, it is purely observational.
Only with a regime like that will we see their incidence decrease.
The incidence of Type-2 diabetes in American adolescents has increased 10 times over the last decade.
For about six months I was ecstatic—the incidence of my migraines went way down.
The incidence of predation on eggs and small juveniles is far greater than on older juveniles and adults.
There is much room for improvement in the incidence of taxation.
This is because, in such a case, it is set at an angle of incidence.
It may then be said to have in effect a less Angle of incidence.
The cap also fails as a rule to benefit the projectile when the angle of incidence is more than 30 to the normal.
early 15c., "incidental matter," from Middle French incidence (15c.), from Late Latin incidentia (see incident (n.)). Meaning "act of coming into contact with" is from 1650s; sense in physics is from 1620s.
incidence in·ci·dence (ĭn'sĭ-dəns)
The extent or rate of occurrence, especially the number of new cases of a disease in a population over a period of time.
The arrival of radiation or a projectile at a surface.