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This FACT indicates the proportion of cargo (tonnes) per 100,000 people loaded as a result of importing and exporting in each Australian city. This data is represented in thousands. The city with the highest number is the Perth with 1,795,400 tonnes. The city with the lowest number is Sydney with 549,340 tonnes.
This FACT indicates the percentage increase in household expenditure on goods and services in each city, from 1998-2016. While housing comprises the largest proportion of household expenditure, there are of course other costs which influence the affordability of cities, these include transport, energy, water and a range of consumer goods and services.
The ABS Household Expenditure Survey, conducted every five years, collects this information, which offers valuable insight into the affordability of each city.
Comparison of the data from the years 1998 and 2016 shows that the largest increase in expenditure was in Perth with a 111.5% expenditure increase. The cities with the lowest increase in expenditure was Hobart, at 92.4%, and Darwin, at 87.6% increase. Note: this percentage increase does not take into account inflation.
NOTE: Information in the 2016 data set is only available by state (with the exception of Darwin and Canberra,) so the data is as such.
This FACT indicates the average number of children for families with children residing in Australian capital cities. The highest number of children per family is tied between two cities: Brisbane, and Sydney, all averaging at 1.9 children. The second place is tied by the remaining six cities: Adelaide, Canberra, Darwin, Hobart, Melbourne, and Perth, at an average of 1.8.
This FACT indicates the number of Australians with Jewish affiliation in each Australian city. Judaism is a monotheistic religion, articulated by the Torah and supplemental oral tradition represented by later texts. The majority of the world’s Jewish population resides in Israel, followed by North America.
Data from the 2016 Census shows that the city with the highest number of people with Jewish affiliation is Melbourne, at 41,643. The city with the lowest number of people with Jewish affiliation is Darwin, at 79.
This FACT indicates the total number of universities that are located within each Australian state and territory, from the year 2016. The state with the most universities is New South Wales with 10. The state with the least is Tasmania with 1.