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QuickStats About Culture and Identity looks at New Zealand's increasingly diverse population. These statistics cover how people have identified themselves in terms of their ethnic group(s), where people were born, what languages they speak, and their religious affiliations. Some comparisons with previous censuses are included.

Information in this QuickStats is based on New Zealand's 2006 Census of Population and Dwellings, held on 7 March 2006.

 

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