Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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AUSTRALIA V INDONESIAOverpopulation and Problems That Go With It
AUSTRALIA Australia with a Population of 22,731,035 is often times associated with the outback and the qualities that come with that but there are down sides to every continent, country, state and town.Australia has scarcely more than two persons per square kilometre of total land area. With 89% of its population living in urban areas, Australia is one of the worlds most urbanisedcountries, population is expected to grow to over 28 million by 2050.
POPUL ATION BREAKDOWN Percentage of Population English Australian Irish Scottish Italian
L ANGUAGE BREAKDOWN Only English Italian Greek Cantonese Arabic
RELIGION Australia is a very religion diverse country and has no officialreligion Christianity is the countries most predominant faith in which25.8% of the population claimed The second largest is Anglican in which 18.7% and all othersmake up 19.4% of the population
OTHER RELIGIONS PRACTICED Buddhism- 2.1% Islamic- 1.7% Hinduism- 0.7% Judaism- 0.4% Sikhism- 2% Atheist- 18.7% Unknown- 11.7%
LIFE EXPECTANCY Total: 81.63 years Country Comparison To The World- 70 Male: 79.25 years Female: 84.15 years
FERTILIT Y AND INFANT MORTALIT Y RATE 1.969 Children Per Woman Total: 4.75D/1000B Male: 5.08D/1000B Female: 4.4D/1000B
HIV AND AIDS Adult prevalence rate: 0.2% People living with HIV/AIDS: 18,000 Deaths: fewer than 200
LITERACY Definition- age fifteen and over can read and write Total population- 99% Male- 99% Female- 99%
EDUCATION 4.5% of GDP Country comparison the the world: 55
INDONESIA Population as of 2010 is 237.6 million, with 58% living on theisland of Java, the worlds most populous island. Despite a fairly effective family planning program placed in the1960’s the population is expected to grow to around 264 million by2020 and 308 million by 2050.
POPUL ATION BREAKDOWN Population Aceh North Sumatra West Sumatra Riau Jambi South Sumatra Bengkulu
BIRTH RATE AND GENDER PERCENTAGE20000000000.00%15000000000.00% Female10000000000.00% Male5000000000.00% Percentage 0.00% 0-14 15-64 65+
EMIGRATION RATE Net migration rate: -1.08 migrant(s)/1,000 population Indonesia has a negative migration rate or emigration rate due tothe high number of people leaving the country from lack of jobs.
RELIGIONS Sales Muslim Protestant Roman Catholic Hindu Other
ETHNICIT Y Sales Javanese Sundanese Madurese Minangkabau Betawi Bugis Banten
SEX RATIO at birth: 1.05 male(s)/female under 15 years: 1.04male(s)/female 15-64 years: 1.01 male(s)/female 65 years andover: 0.79 male(s)/female total population: 1 male(s)/female (2010est.)