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1380.0.55.009 - Perspectives on Regional Australia: Comparing Census Night and Usual Resident Populations in Local Government Areas, 2011  
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HIGH CENSUS NIGHT RATIOS, WESTERN AUSTRALIA: CARNAVON



CENSUS NIGHT AND USUAL RESIDENT POPULATIONS, by Age and Sex, Carnavon, Western Australia, 2011

Age Ranges
Number of Males
Number of Females
Census Night
Usual Residents
Census Night
Usual Residents

0-4 years
289
238
242
216
5-9 years
245
207
249
212
10-14 years
229
210
251
220
15-19 years
162
155
140
133
20-24 years
185
128
188
139
25-29 years
222
165
238
173
30-34 years
203
164
270
223
35-39 years
286
225
239
206
40-44 years
305
224
259
225
45-49 years
273
195
261
218
50-54 years
345
247
283
180
55-59 years
344
220
340
183
60-64 years
434
193
454
177
65-69 years
419
155
380
126
70-74 years
329
113
231
86
75-79 years
179
59
151
47
80-84 years
95
50
65
30
85+ years
34
15
38
30

Source: ABS Census of Population and Housing, 2011.


The LGA of Carnavon had a Census Night ratio of 153. Unlike many of the High Ratio LGAs in Western Australia, there was little difference between the Census Night ratios for males (155) and females (152). The differences were found in the age distribution. The Census Night ratio for people aged under 50 years was 122, and for people aged 50 years and over it was 216.


CENSUS NIGHT AND USUAL RESIDENT POPULATIONS, by Age and Sex, Carnavon, Western Australia, 2011

Chart: Census Night and Usual Resident Populations, by Age and Sex, Carnavon, Western Australia, 2011
Source: ABS Census of Population and Housing, 2011.

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