TOPIC: The table below shows the proportion of different categories of families living in poverty in Australia in 1999.


The table gives information for the percent of individual homes who were living in poor areas in Australia during 1999.

As can be seen from the table that the sole parent was the primary family type in this country throughout the period shown, while the least household type was aged couple.

In this urban, the most proportion of home type living in poor areas in 1999 was the sole parent, at 21% with 232,000 persons. At nearly, the single and no children type was the major one, at 19% with 359,000 members. The noticeably higher category of family in this area was couple with children, at 12% for the most number of people, about 933,000. On the other hand, the percent of home type was only significantly less in all households, at 11% with the total people was 1,937,000.
It can be seen that aged couple had the lowest percentage of the family categories living in poverty, at 4% with 48,000 members, at nearly 6% with 54,000 ones for the single aged person and just over 7% with 211,000 ones that were couple and no children families, respectively.

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Thu Giang MaiTOPIC: The table below shows the proportion of different categories of families living in poverty in Australia in 1999.

The table gives information (Vague. "information" can be any kind of thing, like height and weight. What exactly is in the table?) for the percent of individual homes (not good - it is not the percent of houses!) who were living in poor areas (Not good - it is not about where they were living.) in Australia during 1999.