The table and pie chart illustrate populations in Australia according to different nationalities and areas. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and making comparisons where relevant.
The given illustration is an integrated task of a pie chart, and a table chart, wherein the information laid bare concerns the former and latter demonstrated the populace rate in Australia as reported by distinct countries and vicinity. It is a clear and coherent representation that highlights that most inhabitants are lived in cities of Australia.
Overall, it can be inferred that the maximum number of individuals residing in Australia is in consonance with a pie chart, whereas conforming to the tabular chart, the community of Chinese is more populated in city areas.
At a glance, it becomes apparent that according to the pie chart, 73% of individuals are Australian, whereas 7% corresponds to British. In the meantime, as is seen that the community rate of New Zealanders, Chinese and Dutch are 3%, 2% and 1%, respectively. Considering the figure of other countries population is not less than a fifth.
Alongside, it becomes conspicuous that the statistical figure of Australian people is 80% for the city and 20% concerned for the countryside. In addition to this, the Chinese (99%) represent an exponentially high citizenship rate. However, the countryside population is almost negligible. Moreover, the nationality of British and New Zealand was approximately similar, that is 89% and 90% for the city and 11% and 10% for the countryside considerably. Finally, the country of Dutch has 83% citizens and nearly 17% of countrysider.
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