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114,000 people aged 25 to 34 still live at home with their parents in Sydney.
Al Jazeera English journalist Mehdi Hasan just shut down that theory.
The results of the 2016 national Census today reveal we’re a religiously diverse nation, with Christianity remaining the most common religion (52 per cent of the population). Islam (2.6 per cent) and Buddhism (2.4 per cent) were the next most common religions reported. Nearly a third of Australians (30 per cent) reported in the Census that they had no religion in 2016. Sikhism and Hinduism are the fastest growing religions.
While fewer people believe all the tenets of scripture, the religious hierarchy successfully pressures politicians to maintain a biblical view of marriage.
Despite the #censusfail, the national snapshot has come through.
IBM 'unreservedly apologise' for #censusfail and insist no data was stolen.
Here's all you need to know about dates, fines, etc.
The political furore over the embarrassing website outage on census night appears to have had a silver lining with the Bureau