The United States of America commonly referred to as the United States or America is a constitutional federal republic composed of 50 states while Australia officially known as the commonwealth of Australia is a country comprising the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania and numerous and numerous smaller islands. Is Australia better than the United States or vice versa? Let’s compare the quality of life in both the nations.
Australians spend an average of 21 years in education, far above the 16-year average of Americans but more US citizens over the age of 25 have completed high school than Australians.
12 percent of Americans were born outside of the US whereas more than one in five Australians (27 per cent) were born overseas.
The US spends more on healthcare per capita than Australia. Interestingly, if you lived in the US you would be twice as likely to have HIV/AIDS.
Australians live 40.8 months longer than our American counterparts, making it to the ripe old age of 81.9 on average. Infant mortality is also higher in the United States with 6.06 deaths out of every 1000 compared to Australia’s rate of 4.61/1000.
Gun restriction laws
In Australia, Gun violence is very low and criminals using guns against citizens is even lower. On the other hand, Gun laws are very weak in the United States and the gun violence is at all time high.
with some inputs from news.com.au
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