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This FACT indicates the number of art showings at various galleries throughout each Australian capital city. These numbers were taken from the Art Almanac which publishes listings of exhibition schedules over a monthly period.
From the information gathered, Melbourne - unofficially referred to as the Australian capital of culture - has the most art gallery exhibitions on offer throughout the months of March & April at 165 showings. Darwin has the least, at 6 showings. The data is from the year 2018.
This FACT indicates the total number of divorces, as a proportion of 100,000 people, in each city. Results from the 2016 ABS Census show that the city with the highest number is Hobart, at 8,351 divorces per 100,000 people. The city with the lowest number of divorces is Melbourne, at 6,065 per 100,000 people.
This FACT indicates the number of households in each Australian state that do not own a television. Mainstream television was launched in the 1950s in Australia and has entertained families over generations. Over 98 percent of households own at least one television in Australia therefore it is quite interesting to see the small number that do not.
This FACT indicates the number of persons born in Asian countries in each Australian capital. Only Asian countries that were given an extended community profile in the Australian Bureau of Statistics Census were included, namely: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China (excluding SARs and Taiwan), Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Republic of South Korea, Lebanon, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey and Vietnam.
According to results of the 2016 ABS Census, the city with the highest number of people who were born in an Asian country is Sydney, at 981,349. The city with the lowest number is Hobart at 9,122.
This FACT indicates the percentage of people with a bachelor’s degree qualification who are male in each capital. A bachelor’s degree is typically earned after undertaking 3 to 5 years of undergraduate study, although this range can vary depending on the field of study, study load and, of course, the student’s diligence.