Seymour snapshot in the spotlight
If Seymour were a village of 100 people this is what it would look like:
Seymour is still very religious. Despite the 31 people who said they had no religion, 61 people who live in the village still follow some form of Christianity.
Twenty-five of those people were Catholic.
The village is pretty evenly split between men and women.
About half of them aren’t married and there are 24 families living in Seymour.
There are about 27 children in the village.
The large majority of people in Seymour earn less than $650 a week.
A small number earn more than $3000 while the rest earn somewhere in between.
The average income is $977.
Of the 30 houses in Seymour, about half are threebedroom homes.
Thirty five people own their homes outright while 28 have a mortgage.
Thirty two people are renting.
The average age in Seymour is 45. There are 15 children in the village under the age of 14.
There are 21 adults aged above 65.
Of the 100 people living in the village, 77 of them were born in Australia.
Another two were born in England while one each was born in China, the Philippines, Italy and New Zealand.
Three people in the village identify as Aboriginal or Torres-strait Islander.
Sixty five people said both of their parents were born in Australia while 14 said both parents were born overseas.
There are 51 cars in Seymour, about one for every two people in the village.
About a quarter of people in Seymour don’t have access to the internet.