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Location Quotient (LQ) by PBC for 2004 Australian federal election

Location Quotient of 7574 Polling Booth Catchments (PBCs) in Australia. The CCDs at the 2001 Census of Population and Housing were spatially allocated to a nearest polling booth location to form polling booth catchments within each of the 150 Electoral Divisions. The 150 booth catchments layers were then merged into one Australia booth catchments layer. The variables were derived from 2001 census.

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Source https://portal.aurin.org.au
Last Updated December 5, 2019, 02:12 (UTC)
Created October 22, 2018, 03:11 (UTC)
License Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Australia (CC BY 2.5 AU)
AURIN Open API ID aurin:datasource-UQ_ERG-UoM_AURIN_DB_election_7574_booths_catchments_lq_variables
Aggregation Level pbc2004
Attribute List LQ Anglican, LQ Anglican, LQ Catholic, LQ Catholic, LQ GEN X, LQ GEN X, LQ GEN Y, LQ GEN Y, LQ Islamic, LQ Islamic, LQ Pentecostal, LQ Pentecostal, LQ boomers, LQ boomers, LQ born in Asia, LQ born in Asia, LQ born in Middle East, LQ born in Middle East, LQ born in UK, LQ born in UK, LQ born in southern and eastern Europe, LQ born in southern and eastern Europe, LQ born overseas, LQ born overseas, LQ children and youth (per PBC), LQ children and youth (per PBC), LQ couple without children households, LQ couple without children households, LQ couples with children households, LQ couples with children households, LQ employed in Hospitality Industries, LQ employed in Hospitality Industries, LQ employed in Social Services, LQ employed in Social Services, LQ employed in Transformative Industries, LQ employed in Transformative Industries, LQ employed in distributive services, LQ employed in distributive services, LQ employed in extractive industries, LQ employed in extractive industries, LQ highest quintile household income, LQ highest quintile household income, LQ home owners, LQ home owners, LQ home purchasers, LQ home purchasers, LQ in ‘in-person service workers‘, LQ in ‘in-person service workers‘, LQ in ‘routine production worker’ occupations, LQ in ‘routine production worker’ occupations, LQ in ‘symbolic analyst‘, LQ in ‘symbolic analyst‘, LQ indigenous persons, LQ indigenous persons, LQ labour force participation, LQ labour force participation, LQ lowest quintile household income, LQ lowest quintile household income, LQ males, LQ males, LQ middle three quintiles household income, LQ middle three quintiles household income, LQ no religion, LQ no religion, LQ not at the same address 5 years ago, LQ not at the same address 5 years ago, LQ one parent family households, LQ one parent family households, LQ other Christian, LQ other Christian, LQ population using computer, LQ population using computer, LQ post-depression wartime generation, LQ post-depression wartime generation, LQ pre-depression generation, LQ pre-depression generation, LQ private renters, LQ private renters, LQ producer/business services, LQ producer/business services, LQ public housing tenants, LQ public housing tenants, LQ single person households, LQ single person households, LQ unemployment, LQ unemployment, LQ with a certificate or diploma, LQ with a certificate or diploma, LQ with a degree or higher qualification, LQ with a degree or higher qualification, LQ with other non-Christian religion, LQ with other non-Christian religion, Polling place, pbc id, state name
Attribution University of Queensland - eResearch Group, (2014): Location Quotient (LQ) by PBC for 2004 Australian federal election; accessed from AURIN on [date of access].
Coordinate Ref. System EPSG:4283 (GDA_1994)
Copyright Notice © University of Queensland - eResearch Group 2004 - 2014
Geometry Field the_geom
Key poll_id
Type dataset
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