Subnational crowding tables show the level of crowding in New Zealand households, by territorial authority and district health board (using 1991–2006 Census data), and by ethnicity (using 2006 Census data).
There is considerable geographical variation in levels of household crowding in New Zealand. The territorial authority that has consistently experienced the highest levels of crowding has been Manukau city (now part of Auckland). The most crowded area units within New Zealand were within Manukau city, where well over half of people were living in a crowded house.
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Published 21 February 2013