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This FACT indicates the number of registered motor vehicles per 100,000 people in each Australian state, in thousands. The state with the highest number is Tasmania, at 92,100 per 100,000 people. The state with the lowest is the Northern Territory, at 67,900 per 100,000 people.
This FACT indicates the number of people in each capital with Hindu affiliation per 100,000 persons. Hinduism is the dominant religion of the Indian subcontinent. It is described as a fusion of numerous and varied Indian cultures and traditions with diverse roots and no single founder (Wikipedia, 2014). It is most widely practiced in Nepal and India.
As per the 2016 Census results, the city with the highest proportion of people who identify as Hindu is Sydney, at 3,527 per 100,000 persons. The city with the lowest proportion is Hobart, at 731 people per 100,000.
Beer is the world's most widely consumed alcoholic beverage; it is the third most popular drink overall, after water and tea. It is thought by some to be the oldest fermented beverage. Australians are heavy beer drinkers, and are amongst the highest beer consumers per capital in the world: the beverage forms a large part of the Australian culture.
This FACT indicates the sate in which the top 10 most popular Australian consumed beers are brewed. Victoria appears as the powerhouse for beer brewing, as it is home to Carlton & United Breweries, Australia's largest beer producer.
*Note: it is assumed that Corona and Peroni are imported.
This FACT indicates the unemployment rate of teenagers aged between 15-19 years in each Australian state in 2017. There is no minimum number of hours worked to be considered employed. If a teenager is studying, they are considered 'employed', and so only those who are not completing secondary school or who are not enrolled in tertiary education, and do not have any form of part time or casual employment, are considered.
This FACT indicates the vegetable yield in tonnes per hectare produced for human consumption in each Australian state and territory. The state with the highest yield is the Northern Territory at 43.01 tonnes per hectare. The state/territory with the lowest is the Australian Capital Territory at 0 tonnes per hectare.