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Find information about Māori
Choose what interests you from the alphabetical list below. ‘Cross-topic statistics’ cover a few topic areas so if you don’t find what you need in the other topics, check there.
Tamariki and Rangatahi Māori regional reports (published 2001)
Report about young Māori and their households and families, based on 2001 Census data. Get information about children, or tamariki (0–14 years), and youth, or rangatahi (15–24 years).
Culture and identity
Cultural Experiences Survey (published 2002)
Report about cultural activities that Māori are involved in. Includes information about involvement in mātauranga Māori (learning about traditional Māori customs, practices, history, or beliefs).
School Leavers With No Qualifications (published 2001)
Report about what further education Māori young people do when they leave school with little or no formal qualifications.
Māori statistics development
Household Labour Force Survey Population Rebase: December 2008 quarter (Includes the introduction of Māori benchmarks) (published 2009)
Information about including population benchmarks for the Māori ethnic group in the Household Labour Force Survey. This was aimed at improving the quality and time series consistency of labour force estimates for Māori.
Towards a Māori Statistics Framework: A Discussion Document (published 2002)
Proposed framework for Māori statistics that aligns collecting and reporting official statistics with Māori issues and concerns.
2001 Census Māori tables (published 2002)
Excel tables of the national and regional Māori population at the time of the 2001 Census.
Te reo Māori / Māori language
2001 Survey on the Health of the Māori Language (published 2002)
Results of a survey about health of the Māori language. Includes information about speaking, hearing, reading, and writing te reo Māori; visibility of te reo Māori; learning Māori; number of children learning Māori; and te reo Māori revitalisation activities.
Māori Time Use (published 1999)
Results from a survey about how men and women spend their time, and how Māori and non-Māori use their time. Includes details of participation Māori cultural ceremonies and activities, unpaid work for Māori-based organisations, and time spent on marae or other places of Māori cultural significance.