Forecast share of family types in Australia 2011-2036

This statistic displays the projected percentage of different family types in Australia from 2011 to 2036. According to the source, approximately 16.9 percent of families are expected to be one-parent families in 2031.

Forecast share of family types in Australia from 2011 to 2036

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Sources

Release date

October 2015

Region

Australia

Survey time period

1996 to 2011

Supplementary notes

* Forecast.

The source adds the following information: "Percentages are based on the Series B projections. ABS Series B projections are based on the assumption of low rate of change in propensities - the linear trend in propensities from 1996 to 2011 continues at the full rate of change to 2016, half the rate change to 2021, one-quarter the rate of change to 2026, and then remains constant to 2036".

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