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Hide subtree HEAL: HEALTH AND DISABILITY............
Hide subtree DISAB_1: Disability Estimates (modelled) - 2012............
DISAB_2: Persons with a disability living in private dwellings (no.)..9 066........
DISAB_3: Persons with a disability living in private dwellings (%)..18.4........
Hide subtree HEALTH_1: Selected Health Characteristics (modelled) - Persons over 18 years living in private dwellings - 2011-12 & 2014-15............
HEALTH_2: Males who are current smokers (no.)............
HEALTH_3: Males who are current smokers (%)............
HEALTH_4: Females who are current smokers (no.)............
HEALTH_5: Females who are current smokers (%)............
HEALTH_6: Persons with high or very high psychological distress, based on the Kessler 10 (K10) scale (no.)............
HEALTH_7: Persons with high or very high psychological distress, based on the Kessler 10 (K10) scale (%)............
HEALTH_8: Persons with fair or poor self-assessed health (no.)............
HEALTH_9: Persons with fair or poor self-assessed health (%)............
HEALTH_10: Persons who had high blood pressure (measured systolic/diastolic blood pressure was equal to or greater than 140/90 mmHg) (no.)............
Hide subtree PRIVATE_1: Private Health............
PRIVATE_2: Taxpayers who report having private health insurance (no.)13 76714 38314 93016 58717 88318 896
Hide subtree ACTIV_1: Core Activity Need for Assistance - Census............
ACTIV_2: Persons who have need for assistance with core activities (%)5........5.9
Hide subtree FAM: FAMILY AND COMMUNITY............
Hide subtree GIFTS1: Gifts/donations reported by taxpayers............
GIFTS2: Gifts/donations reported by taxpayers - Persons (no.)10 5269 7439 6289 6949 8679 906
GIFTS3: Gifts/donations reported by taxpayers - Median ($)557070718085
Hide subtree WORK_TRAV_1: Method of Travel to Work - Employed Persons - Census............
WORK_TRAV_3: Used one method - Train or tram (no.)16........20
WORK_TRAV_4: Used one method - Bus (no.)119........126
WORK_TRAV_5: Used one method - Car (as driver or passenger) (no.)17 170........18 093
WORK_TRAV_6: Used one method - Motor bike/scooter (no.)153........118
WORK_TRAV_7: Used one method - Bicycle (no.)278........218
WORK_TRAV_8: Used one method - Other (inc. taxis) (no.)153........134
WORK_TRAV_9: Used one method - Walked only (no.)797........760
WORK_TRAV_10: Used one method - Total - used one method (no.)18 867........19 601
WORK_TRAV_12: Total - used more than one method (no. )151........194
WORK_TRAV_14: Other - Worked from home (no.)670........723
WORK_TRAV_15: Other - Employed but did not go to work (no.)2 404........2 208
WORK_TRAV_16: Other - Method of travel not stated (no.)342........181
WORK_TRAV_17: Total employed (no.)22 434........22 907
Hide subtree HHTYPE_1: Households by Type - Census............
HHTYPE_2: Lone person households (no.)5 583........6 020
HHTYPE_3: Group households (no.)830........801
HHTYPE_4: Family households (no.)12 204........12 674
HHTYPE_5: Total households (no.)18 617........19 495
HHTYPE_6: Average household size (no. of persons)2.4........2.3
Hide subtree FAMILY_1: Families by Type - Census............
FAMILY_2: Couple families with children under 15 and/or dependent students (no.)4 253........4 354
FAMILY_3: Couple families with non-dependent children only (no.)745........799
FAMILY_4: Couple families without children (no.)4 936........5 235
FAMILY_5: One parent families with children under 15 and/or dependent students (no.)1 608........1 582
FAMILY_6: One parent families with non-dependent children only (no.)608........676
FAMILY_7: Other families (no.)177........167
FAMILY_8: Total families (no.)12 318........12 829
FAMILY_9: Average family size (no. of persons)2.9........2.9
Hide subtree MARRIAGE_1: Social Marital Status & Registered Marital Status - Persons aged 15 years and over - Census............
MARRIAGE_2: Married in a registered marriage (no.)15 975........16 384
MARRIAGE_3: Married in a de facto marriage (no.)3 361........3 867
MARRIAGE_4: Not married (no.)14 791........15 318
MARRIAGE_5: Married (%)46.1........45.7
MARRIAGE_6: Never Married (%)34.8........34.7
MARRIAGE_7: Widowed (%)6.6........6.3
MARRIAGE_8: Divorced (%)9.2........9.7
MARRIAGE_9: Separated (%)3.3........3.6
Hide subtree INTERNET_1: Access to Internet at Home - Occupied Private Dwellings - Census............
INTERNET_2: Internet accessed from dwelling (%)..........79.2
INTERNET_3: Internet not accessed from dwelling (%)..........18
Hide subtree RENT_1: Rent and Mortgage Payments - Census............
RENT_2: Average monthly household rental payment ($)903........1 049
RENT_3: Average monthly household mortgage payment ($)1 568........1 535
Hide subtree CHILDCAR_1: Unpaid Child Care - Proportion of persons aged 15 years and over - Census............
CHILDCAR_2: Persons who did not provide child care (%)64.6........63
CHILDCAR_3: Persons who cared for own child/children (%)19.4........19.3
CHILDCAR_4: Persons who cared for other child/children (%)7.7........7.6
CHILDCAR_5: Persons who cared for own child/children and other child/children (%)1........0.9
CHILDCAR_6: Unpaid Child Care - Not stated (%)............
Hide subtree UNPAIDW_1: Unpaid Work - Proportion of total population aged 15 years and over - Census............
UNPAIDW_4: Persons providing unpaid care, help or assistance to others (%)............
UNPAIDW_2: Persons who provided unpaid assistance to a person with a disability (%)11.6........12.1
UNPAIDW_3: Persons undertaking voluntary work for an organisation or group (%)21........22
Hide subtree CHILD_1: Count of All Children in Family - Census............
CHILD_2: Average number of all children in a family1.9........1.9
Hide subtree HOUSE_1: Housing Suitability - Numbers of occupied private dwellings - Census............
HOUSE_2: Dwellings with extra bedrooms needed (no.)..........357
HOUSE_3: Dwellings with bedrooms spare (no.)..........15 294
HOUSE_4: Dwellings with no bedrooms needed or spare (no.)..........2 745
Hide subtree DWELL_1: Dwelling Structure - Numbers of private dwellings - Census............
DWELL_2: Separate house (no.)14 406........15 634
DWELL_3: Semi-detached, row or terrace house, townhouse etc. (no.)1 054........3 323
DWELL_4: Flat or apartment (no.)3 051........377
DWELL_5: Other dwelling (no.)91........90
Hide subtree TENURE_1: Tenure Type - Occupied private dwellings - Census............
TENURE_2: Owned Outright (%)29.2........30.2
TENURE_3: Owned with a mortgage (%)34.4........32.3
TENURE_4: Rented (%)32.7........33.7
Hide subtree STRESS_1: Household Stress - Census............
STRESS_2: Households where mortgage repayments are less than 30% of household income (%)92.4........95.1
STRESS_3: Households with mortgage repayments greater than or equal to 30% of household income (%)7.6........4.9
STRESS_4: Households where rent payments are less than 30% of household income (%)89.1........87.5
STRESS_5: Households with rent payments greater than or equal to 30% of household income (%)10.9........12.5
Hide subtree SEIFAA_1: Socio-Economic Indexes for Areas (SEIFA) - Australia Deciles - Census............
SEIFAA_2: SEIFA decile ranking - Index of Relative Socio-Economic Disadvantage (IRSD)..........5
SEIFAA_3: SEIFA decile ranking - Index of Relative Socio-Economic Advantage and Disadvantage (IRSAD)..........5
SEIFAA_4: SEIFA decile ranking - Index of Education and Occupation (IEO)..........6
SEIFAA_5: SEIFA decile ranking - Index of Economic Resources (IER)..........3
Hide subtree SEIFAS_1: Socio-Economic Indexes for Areas (SEIFA) - State Deciles - Census............
SEIFAS_2: SEIFA decile ranking - Index of Relative Socio-Economic Disadvantage (IRSD) ..........6
SEIFAS_3: SEIFA decile ranking - Index of Relative Socio-Economic Advantage and Disadvantage (IRSAD)..........5
SEIFAS_4: SEIFA decile ranking - Index of Education and Occupation (IEO)..........6
SEIFAS_5: SEIFA decile ranking - Index of Economic Resources (IER)..........3
Hide subtree COMMUTE_1: Commuting to Work............
COMMUTE_2: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence (kms)..........9.8
COMMUTE_3: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence (kms)..........5.8
COMMUTE_4: Average commuting distance to place of work (kms)..........11.8
COMMUTE_5: Median commuting distance to place of work (kms)..........6.8
COMMUTE_6: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Females (kms)............
COMMUTE_7: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Males (kms)............
COMMUTE_8: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Females (kms)............
COMMUTE_9: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Males (kms)............
COMMUTE_10: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Managers (kms)............
COMMUTE_11: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Professionals (kms)............
COMMUTE_12: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Technicians and Trades Workers (kms)............
COMMUTE_13: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Community and Personal Service Work (kms)............
COMMUTE_14: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Clerical and Administrative Workers (kms)............
COMMUTE_15: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Sales Workers (kms)............
COMMUTE_16: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Machinery Operators and Drivers (kms)............
COMMUTE_17: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Labourers (kms)............
COMMUTE_18: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Managers (kms)............
COMMUTE_19: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Professionals (kms)............
COMMUTE_20: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Technicians and Trades Workers (kms)............
COMMUTE_21: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Community and Personal Service Work (kms)............
COMMUTE_22: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Clerical and Administrative Workers (kms)............
COMMUTE_23: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Sales Workers (kms)............
COMMUTE_24: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Machinery Operators and Drivers (kms)............
COMMUTE_25: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Labourers (kms)............
COMMUTE_26: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Postgraduate Degree (kms)............
COMMUTE_27: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Graduate Diploma and Graduate Cert (kms)............
COMMUTE_28: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Bachelor Degree (kms)............
COMMUTE_29: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Advanced Diploma and Diploma (kms)............
COMMUTE_30: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Certificate III & IV (kms)............
COMMUTE_31: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Certificate I & II (kms)............
COMMUTE_32: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Year 10 and above (kms)............
COMMUTE_33: Average commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Year 9 and below (kms)............
COMMUTE_34: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Postgraduate Degree (kms)............
COMMUTE_35: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Graduate Diploma and Graduate Cert (kms)............
COMMUTE_36: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Bachelor Degree (kms)............
COMMUTE_37: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Advanced Diploma and Diploma (kms)............
COMMUTE_38: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Certificate III & IV (kms)............
COMMUTE_39: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Certificate I & II (kms)............
COMMUTE_40: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Year 10 and above (kms)............
COMMUTE_41: Median commuting distance from Place of Usual Residence - Year 9 and below (kms)............

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