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Australia Population, Density, Fertility Rate and Life Expectancy Overview
Population Analysis Year 2010 Year 2020 Year 2030
Population (in million) 22.12 25.398 28.23
Global Rank 53rd 55th 55th
Global Population Share 0.317% 0.325% 0.33%
Global Population Density 2.8 3.08 3.34
Global Population Density Rank 158th 160th 162nd
Average Life Expectancy 81.91 83.57 84.97
Average Life Expectancy Global Rank 6th 8th 8th
Fertility Rate 1.93 1.81 1.77
Fertility Rate Global Rank 138th 142nd 144th
Note : Population Density means number of people staying per kilometer and Fertility rate means number of kids born per women

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Australia Causes of Death
Cause Type Number of Deaths % of Total Deaths
Homicide 13 1.27%
Congenital birth defects 0 0%
Cancers 1 0.1%
Diabetes, blood and endocrine disease 0 0%
Lower respiratory infections 1 0.1%
Drowning 9 0.88%
Road accidents 0 0%
Neonatal infections 507 49.46%
Homicide 27 2.63%
Cardiovascular disease 0 0%
Diarrheal diseases 1 0.1%
Digestive diseases 27 2.63%
Fire 0 0%
Kidney disease 5 0.49%

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Highlights of Australia BMI and Diet Compositions

Comprehensive data on food supply and consumption is published by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Data was analyzed by The Global Graph and is published in these below Highlights, Graphs and Tables (Data Quality & definitions)

  • As per United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), average person in Australia gets their caloric supply from :
    • Carbohydrates : 48.31%48.31%
    • Fat : 43.92%43.92%
    • Animal protein : 9.28%9.28%
    • Plant protein : 4.48%4.48%
  • 5.99% increase in caloric supply : Currently Australia gets 3276/kilocalories per person per day worth of caloric supply when compared to 3091/kilocalories per person per day in Year 1961
  • Oils & Fats, Cereals & Grains and Meat are three major diet compositions in Australia
  • Wheat, Rice and Maize are three major Cereal preferences in Australia
  • National and World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations on vegetable intake is to range between 200-250g per day and in Australia average intake is 281.73 grams
  • Apples, Oranges & Mandarines and Bananas are three major Fruit Types Intake in Australia
  • National and World Health Organization (WHO) typically set a guideline of 200g Fruit Intake per day and in Australia average Fruit intake is 241.53grams
  • In Australia, average male height is in the increasing trend and female height is in increasing trend
  • 67.20% of population is suffering from obesity and this trend is continously increasing from last few years
  • Average Male BMI in Australia is in the range of obese and Average Female BMI is in range of obese (BMI = Body Mass Index - The WHO define a BMI <=18.5 as 'underweight'; 18.5 to 25 as 'normal/healthy'; 25.0 to 30.0 as 'obese')

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