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The table and pie chart gie information about population in Australia according to different nationalities and areas

The pie chart presents data about the nationality of people in Australia, while the table provides the proportion of citizens settled in the city and countryside.
Overall, most of the population is Australians, who tend to dwell in urban areas. Meanwhile, city life is preferred mainly by Chinese people.
As can be seen from the graphs, only 1% of the population is from the Netherlands, and almost a fifth of them live in villages. People whose nationality is Chinese account for 2% of all locals, whereas 99% adopted city life. One in ten New Zealanders resides in rural districts, which make up an insignificant proportion (3%) of inhabitants. The UK segment comprises 7% of citizens, and 89% of them are located in the city. About three-quarters of the population are native people. Also, four-fifths of Australians live in the countryside. There are 14% of the residents made up of immigrants from other countries.
The pie chart presents data about the nationality of people in Australia, while the table provides the proportion of citizens settled in the city and countryside.

Overall
, most of the population is Australians, who tend to dwell in urban areas. Meanwhile, city life
is preferred
mainly
by Chinese
people
.

As can be
seen
from the graphs,
only
1% of the population is from the Netherlands, and almost a fifth of them
live
in villages. People whose nationality is Chinese account for 2% of all locals, whereas 99% adopted city life. One in ten New Zealanders resides in rural districts, which
make
up an insignificant proportion (3%) of inhabitants. The UK segment comprises 7% of citizens, and 89% of them
are located
in the city. About three-quarters of the population are native people.
Also
, four-fifths of Australians
live
in the countryside. There are 14% of the residents made up of immigrants from other countries.

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