The given table indicates the proportional distribution of dwelling types in separate three regions of Australia especially the figures in 2001 and 2006.
What impresses us most is that residents prefer to live in houses, whether they dwell in Victoria, the Northern Teritory or Tasmania, all exhibiting a slight decrease in their figures. Specifically, a large percentage of people in Tasmania preferred living in house, with a figure of approximately 87% in the two years, while people from the other two cities showed less interest, with around-65-percent figures over the same time.
Except for living in houses, there were still 12% of individuals in Northern Teritory fond of dwelling in flat or apartment, and this figure even saw a 6% increase a half decade latter. By contrast, only about 4% citizens chose to live in that type of house, although each inclining by 1 percent over the same period.
For semi-detached or duplex house, we can see a 2% increase in Victory (8% in 2006), a 7% remain in Tasmania and a vacant figure for that of the Northern Teritory. Other type of dwelling also owned its advocate with only a small amount, however.