The table below shows the percentage of people living in three types of dwellings in Australia in 2001 and 2006.
The table provides information about the proportion of people who lived in different types of dwellings in three places in Australia in two separate years.
In terms of the percentage of residents in Victoria, the figures for house and other remained stable in two years at 76%,(which was the highest figure across all the figures for Victoria) and 1% respectively. And the inhabitants who chose to live in semi-detached and flat experienced a slight increase from 12% and 11% to 13% and 12% respectively.
As for the situation in Northern Territory, most residents, the percentage of dwellers who lived in house decreased marginally from 67% in 2001 to 65% in 2006 although most residents still lived in this kind of dwelling. The same trend can be found in the figure for other (dipped from 12% to 11%). By contrast, only 9% and 8% people lived in semi-detached and flat in 2001 while slightly more people (10% and 9%) lived in these two types of dwelling in 2006.
Regarding to the situation in Tasmania, the majority residents lived in house, despite a minor drop from 88% to 86%. And the proportion of people living in other three types of dwelling was marginal and steady in both years.