Will the Australian Labor Party follow in the footsteps of New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern?
Australia is one of the least densely populated countries in the world, with only three people per square kilometre, compared to America which has 36 people per square kilometre (lowered by Alaska’s vast expanse), and the UK, which has a whopping 281 people per square kilometre.
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