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Australia’s population by family type

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The largest family type is couples with children, at 44% of all households, followed by couples without children and ‘other’ households (including sibling households, multiple family households, and share households), both at 20%. Single person households (most of whom are over 64 years) comprise 9% of the population, and sole parents, 7%.

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