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Why is austrailla underpopulated?

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Answer #1 | 16/11 2015 13:44
Yes, it is. There is a plenty of room for the people.
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Answer #2 | 15/11 2015 17:17
because their are only two major cities there
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Answer #3 | 14/11 2015 01:41
why do you ASSUME that we are NOT underpopulated
Positive: 80 %
Answer #4 | 15/11 2015 16:53
Maybe you would like to send people out to live in the Nullabor Plains?Australia is 3/4 desert! Thats why!
Positive: 80 %
Answer #5 | 15/11 2015 03:23
Because it's massive (a whole continent basically) and as a country not very old. While there have been people living in Australia for 1000s of years, but they didn't have the technology to support a huge population (basically, large populations require agriculture, something which indigenous Australians didn't have). Hence the vast emptiness. Down votes because...?
Positive: 80 %
Answer #6 | 15/11 2015 12:22
It has large unfriendly to human settlement areas.
Positive: 80 %
Answer #7 | 16/11 2015 13:50
Well XD It's large continent on its own
Positive: 80 %
Answer #8 | 15/11 2015 03:33
It isn't, the cities are just all mainly on the East coast of it with only Perth on the West, with very little in the middle of the country. But the cities are very dense and cosmopolitan.
Positive: 75 %
Answer #9 | 15/11 2015 17:39
Because we need to migrate there.
Positive: 75 %
Answer #10 | 14/11 2015 18:57
We're not "Underpopulated" and honestly I don't get why there's some many Australia questions around here ._.
Positive: 75 %
Answer #11 | 15/11 2015 09:17
because their are only two major cities there
Positive: 75 %
Answer #12 | 14/11 2015 15:07
Most Australians would prefer to maintain our natural environment and unique flora and fauna rather than being overrun by rampaging hordes of uncaring foreigners. Unfortunately, the wishes of 'most Australians' are largely ignored by our overpaid, elected politicians in this so-called 'democracy'. The tax avoiding multinational 'corporate sector' reign supreme and would rather turn the whole planet into an overpopulated garbage dump, than restrain their personal greed and selfish ambitions. .
Positive: 75 %
Answer #13 | 14/11 2015 10:15
well if you are going to go smack dab in the middle where there is little water and food then duh, but if you go to Sydney or Melbourne then you will see why Australia is a popular tourist sight
Positive: 75 %
Answer #14 | 15/11 2015 07:55
Most of our population live on the coastal fringes because the centre ( and largest part) in desert and uninhabitable - no water, no ability to grow produce or graze animals.
Positive: 71.428571428571 %
Answer #15 | 16/11 2015 07:21
Well it could be because a big part of Australia it's in desert and it's uninhabitable
Positive: 66.666666666667 %
Answer #16 | 14/11 2015 19:31
Most of it is desert like in China the USA africa
Positive: 66.666666666667 %
Answer #17 | 14/11 2015 16:08
Australia is overpopulated for our environment and infrastructure.
Positive: 66.666666666667 %
Answer #18 | 16/11 2015 21:50
Well XD It's large continent on its own
Positive: 60 %
Answer #19 | 15/11 2015 00:36
There is no such country as 'austrailla'.
Positive: 60 %
Answer #20 | 15/11 2015 02:57
We're not "Underpopulated" and honestly I don't get why there's some many Australia questions around here ._.
Positive: 60 %
Answer #21 | 15/11 2015 03:31
Most of it is desert like in China the USA africa
Positive: 60 %
Answer #22 | 15/11 2015 00:33
go to Alice springs and drive in any direction for 40 hours what do you see? Another dopey jippo thats been no where go back to where ever you come from
Positive: 60 %
Answer #23 | 14/11 2015 04:40
I invite you to live in regions where evaporation is several times higher than rainfall.
Positive: 60 %
Answer #24 | 16/11 2015 00:53
Maybe you would like to send people out to live in the Nullabor Plains?Australia is 3/4 desert! Thats why!
Positive: 60 %
Answer #25 | 14/11 2015 18:26
The truth is it is overpopulated, and thanks to soft hearted politicians it's getting worse, with too many daesh being allowed in!
Positive: 60 %
Answer #26 | 14/11 2015 00:13
It isn t. It s overpopulated for the amount of water and arable land we have.
Positive: 60 %
Answer #27 | 13/11 2015 22:37
It isn't. Seems to be the right amount of people. Some may argue that there are too many. Much of the interior isn't hospitable, so few people choose to live there. It's the same thing in Canada, Russia and much of the Sahara region of Africa.
Positive: 60 %
Answer #28 | 14/11 2015 18:57
Is it? Well it's not
Positive: 57.142857142857 %
Answer #29 | 14/11 2015 17:27
Until the introduction of steam transport was a very long and dangerous journey from Europe. Until the discovery of gold in the mid 18th Century the United States and Canada a much better economic potential and opportunities to establish a new life. After Federation a severely limited immigration policy. So even after the expansion of immigration after World War 2 Australia was coming off a low base. In the late 20th Century like most industrialised Western nations our natural birth stayed very low.
Positive: 57.142857142857 %
Answer #30 | 14/11 2015 08:13
It isn t. It s overpopulated for the amount of water and arable land we have.
Positive: 57.142857142857 %
Answer #31 | 16/11 2015 15:21
Well it could be because a big part of Australia it's in desert and it's uninhabitable
Positive: 50 %
Answer #32 | 14/11 2015 10:57
Is it? Well it's not
Positive: 50 %
Answer #33 | 14/11 2015 08:53
Too hard to earn a living and raise a family.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #34 | 15/11 2015 02:26
The truth is it is overpopulated, and thanks to soft hearted politicians it's getting worse, with too many daesh being allowed in!
Positive: 50 %
Answer #35 | 14/11 2015 09:41
why do you ASSUME that we are NOT underpopulated
Positive: 50 %
Answer #36 | 14/11 2015 18:15
well if you are going to go smack dab in the middle where there is little water and food then duh, but if you go to Sydney or Melbourne then you will see why Australia is a popular tourist sight
Positive: 50 %
Answer #37 | 15/11 2015 04:22
It has large unfriendly to human settlement areas.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #38 | 14/11 2015 23:55
Most of our population live on the coastal fringes because the centre ( and largest part) in desert and uninhabitable - no water, no ability to grow produce or graze animals.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #39 | 14/11 2015 23:07
Most Australians would prefer to maintain our natural environment and unique flora and fauna rather than being overrun by rampaging hordes of uncaring foreigners. Unfortunately, the wishes of 'most Australians' are largely ignored by our overpaid, elected politicians in this so-called 'democracy'. The tax avoiding multinational 'corporate sector' reign supreme and would rather turn the whole planet into an overpopulated garbage dump, than restrain their personal greed and selfish ambitions. .
Positive: 50 %
Answer #40 | 15/11 2015 10:23
Australia has a lot of desert and is the driest place on Earth. It is also a country where jaw snapping seagoing crocks live which can snap of your leg in seconds. There is also the infamous dunny spider which attaches itself to your goolies making a man impotent in three days; apparently. http://www.australiaonnet.com/tourism/deserts.html Anyone wishing to live in Australia needs mental health care.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #41 | 15/11 2015 13:48
Australia is not under populated. Do people live in the Arizona desert or the deserts of the middle east? Would you live in a place with little rainfall and harsh conditions?
Positive: 42.857142857143 %
Answer #42 | 14/11 2015 13:11
What do you mean by underpopulated ulated ? I know that Australia is nice country
Positive: 42.857142857143 %
Answer #43 | 14/11 2015 19:33
It isn't, the cities are just all mainly on the East coast of it with only Perth on the West, with very little in the middle of the country. But the cities are very dense and cosmopolitan.
Positive: 42.857142857143 %
Answer #44 | 16/11 2015 05:44
Yes, it is. There is a plenty of room for the people.
Positive: 42.857142857143 %
Answer #45 | 15/11 2015 09:40
Australia is an underpopulated country. Australia is the worlds smallest content and the sixth largest country with the lowest population density in the world, only 2 people per a km². It has a population of 23.13 million and a land area of 7.692 million km² . Only 10% of that land is inhabited. 90% of the population live in the 10 largest cities in Australia all located on the coast.
Positive: 37.5 %
Answer #46 | 14/11 2015 12:40
I invite you to live in regions where evaporation is several times higher than rainfall.
Positive: 40 %
Answer #47 | 15/11 2015 02:52
as an Australian i can say WE are very happy with our Population
Positive: 40 %
Answer #48 | 15/11 2015 00:08
Australia is overpopulated for our environment and infrastructure.
Positive: 40 %
Answer #49 | 15/11 2015 10:52
as an Australian i can say WE are very happy with our Population
Positive: 33.333333333333 %
Answer #50 | 14/11 2015 06:37
It isn't. Seems to be the right amount of people. Some may argue that there are too many. Much of the interior isn't hospitable, so few people choose to live there. It's the same thing in Canada, Russia and much of the Sahara region of Africa.
Positive: 28.571428571429 %

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