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Present Socioeconomic Conditions of the Indigenous Population of Australia Introduction According to the 2017 Survey, 3 percent of the total population of Australia is the indigenous population in which more than 60 percent live in distant areas. The indigenous population of Australia has been so loyal to the state for centuries as compared to the other general Australian population. Moreover, the policies also were biased and totally in favor of the non-indigenous people of Australia. They believe that they do not tend to enjoy all the aspects of life in terms of health, wealth, education, land and housing. The indigenous Australians remain underprivileged of all Australians. There are clear differences shown in the socio-economic conditions between the two of the communities ( Hunt and Smith, 2018). Health Condition As per Waterworth et al., (2016), the lifespan of indigenous Australian is not as much of the indigenous Australian, both in males and females. The health conditions of indigenous Australian are at worst. Indigenous Australians are more likely to adopt prolonged diseases like heart diseases, diabetes followed by other mental disorders. It has been seen that Indigenous Australian

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