Information about people, the communities we live in, and social themes. Statistics about communities include information about ethnicity, families and households, children, youth, older people, and women.
Information about well-being, migration and settlement, language and culture, work (paid and unpaid), as well as population projections for different Asian ethnic groups.
Information about children including their age, sex, ethnic affiliation, birthplace, where they live, and what kind of household they live in.
Crime and justice
Statistics include the number of crimes and apprehensions recorded by the Police, prosecutions and convictions in the criminal courts, the types of sentences imposed, and information on numbers of people who are in prison or serving community-based sentences.
Statistics about families include information about numbers and make-up of different kinds of families and their economic and social circumstances.
Information about households refers to a person or group of people living in a single home or dwelling.
Housing statistics relate to physical dwellings, and the people living in those dwellings.
Statistics on languages spoken in New Zealand count the number of people who speak more than one language, record what languages are spoken, and rank the most commonly spoken languages after English.
Statistical information relevant to Māori on a wide range of topics.
Marriages, civil unions, and divorces
Statistics on the number of marriages and civil unions registered, and the number of divorces granted, in New Zealand each year.
Net worth statistics provide information on the wealth (assets minus liabilities) of New Zealanders. In particular, they provide a view of how wealth is distributed across different groups within the New Zealand population.
Statistics about older people include detailed information about age, sex, ethnic affiliation, language, religion, families and households, health, and disability status.
Information about well-being, migration and settlement, language and culture, health and disability, and work (paid and unpaid) and income, as well as population projections for different Pacific ethnic groups.
Statistics about how New Zealand residents, aged 12 years and over, spend their time.
Well-being statistics measure individuals’ perceptions of their life.
Statistics about New Zealand women include details about age, ethnic affiliation, language, religion, families and households, fertility, work (paid and unpaid) and income, education, housing, and where they live.