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

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The table gives information about the poverty rates among six types of household in Australia in the year 1999.

Overall, the levels of poverty is the highest in sole parents, while the opposite is true for aged couple which has the lowest percentage of poverty rates. In general, 11% Australians or 1,837,000 people were living in poverty in 1999.

The proportions of aged couple, single and couple with no children in poverty were low. At 4% of aged couple or 48.000 people who were living in poverty. The poverty levels of single aged person and couple without children was high compared with aged couple’s poverty level, at 6% and 7% respectively.

In contrast, the number of people who are sole parents was the highest, with 232,000 people or accounted for 21% in families living in poverty. Moreover, 19% single people living in poverty, whereas only 12% of poor couple with children.

The table gives information about the poverty (rates and actual numbers) among six types of household in Australia in the year 1999.

Overall, the levels of poverty is the highest in sole parents, while the opposite is true for aged couple which has the lowest percentage of poverty rates. In general, 11% Australians or 1,837,000 people were living in poverty in 1999.

The proportions of aged couple, single and couple with no children in poverty were low. At 4% of aged couple or 48.000 people who were living in poverty. The poverty levels of single aged person and couple without children was high compared with aged couple’s the poverty rates for aged couples level, at 6% and 7% respectively [ It’s not clear what those rates refer to].

In contrast, the number of [ insert one important word here] people who are sole parents was the highest, with 232,000 people or accounted for 21% in families living in poverty. Moreover, 19% [ missing word] single people [ missing word] living in poverty, whereas only 12% of poor couple with children [ missing words].

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The table gives information about poverty rates and actual numbers among six types of household in Australia in the year 1999.

Overall, the level of poverty is the highest percentage of sole parents, while the opposite is true for aged couples who have the lowest percentage of poverty rates. In general, 11% of Australians or 1,837,000 people living in poverty in 1999.

The proportions of aged couples, singles and couples with no children in poverty were low. There were 4% of aged couples or 48.000 people who were living in poverty. The percentage of single aged people and couples without children who were classed as poor were quite modest at 6% and at 7% respectively.

In contrast, the number of poor people who are sole parents was the highest, with 232,000 people or 21% living in poverty. Moreover, poor single people accounted for 19%, whereas only 12% of poor couple with children in poverty.

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The table gives information about poverty rates and actual numbers of people in poverty among six types of household in Australia in the year 1999.

Overall, the level of poverty is the highest percentage of for sole parents, while the opposite is true for aged couples who have the lowest percentage of poverty rates. In general, 11% of Australians, or 1,837,000 people, were living in poverty in 1999.

The proportions of aged couples, singles and couples with no children in poverty were low. There were 4% of aged couples or 48,000 people who were living in poverty. The percentage of single aged people and couples without children who were classed as poor were quite modest at 6% and at 7% respectively.

In contrast, the number of poor people who are were sole parents was the highest, with 232,000 people or 21% living in poverty. Moreover, poor single people accounted for 19%, whereas only 12% of poor Australian couples with children lived in poverty in the year 1999.