The table presents the percentage of poor families living in Australia during a calendar year in 1999.
Overall, the highest percentage of poverty living showed in sole parent trend while the least age coupled group strong stance in statistic's year.
As per the table, sole parent trend accounted as the highest familial type living in poverty by 21 % of the overall percentage. By comparison with aged coupled family being noted as the least 4 %, such trend had more five-fold increase in full loan of household living. Standing in contrast with single aged person showed 6% poverty, the couple with children family doubled by 12 % throughout the statistic year. The single without children experienced 19% poverty in Australia while the couple without children reckoned the less of one-third, noted as huge gap in percentage.
Fast forward to the numbers, the couple with children stood 933 thousand household. Such trend presented an approximately halved in comparison with the overall number of households being accounted 1.837 thousand in number of household in such annum. While as the percentage single family with no children accounted the second position, in terms of household it was stance the third by 359 thousand.
Interestingly, it is obvious that the proportion rate in percentage of household type living in poverty In Australia was not always linear with the number of household in thousand.