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Supplementary tables from Time Use Survey: 2009/10

These tables contain data from the Time Use Survey: 2009/10 and Time Use Survey: 1998/99. The supplementary tables are extensions of the Time Use Survey: 2009/10 information release tables and contain variables that are not covered in the Commentary – highest qualification, personal income, household income, region, urban/rural, and NZ Deprivation index quintiles.

It is important that the information in the sample errors files and Data quality notes is taken into consideration when analysing data from these tables.

The supplementary tables from the Time Use Survey: 2009/10 can be downloaded from the Statistics NZ website in Excel format. If you do not have access to Excel, you may use the Excel file viewer to view, print, and export the contents of the file.

Tables 2 and 4 cover mean time spent per day for the total population

ST 2.1a Time spent on primary activities, all males, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
ST 2.1b Time spent on primary activities, all females, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
ST 2.1c Time spent on primary activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
ST 2.2a1 Time spent on primary activities, all males aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 2.2a2 Time spent on primary activities, all males aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 2.2b1 Time spent on primary activities, all females aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 2.2b2 Time spent on primary activities, all females aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 2.2c1 Time spent on primary activities, total population aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 2.2c2 Time spent on primary activities, total population aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 4.1a Time spent with others, all males aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 4.1b Time spent with others, all males aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 4.2a Time spent with others, all females aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 4.2b Time spent with others, all females aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 4.3a Time spent with others, total population aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 4.3b Time spent with others, total population aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10


Tables 9 covers participation rates and mean time spent per day for participants

ST 9.1a1 Daily participation rates for primary activities, all males aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 9.1a2 Daily participation rates for primary activities, all males aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 9.1b1 Daily participation rates for primary activities, all females aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 9.1b2 Daily participation rates for primary activities, all females aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 9.1c1 Daily participation rates for primary activities, total population aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 9.1c2 Daily participation rates for primary activities, total population aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 9.2a1 Time spent on primary activities by male participants aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 9.2a2 Time spent on primary activities by male participants aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 9.2b1 Time spent on primary activities by female participants aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 9.2b2 Time spent on primary activities by female participants aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 9.2c1 Time spent on primary activities by all participants aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
ST 9.2c2 Time spent on primary activities by all participants aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10


Sampling error tables

The following tables are also available from the Statistics NZ website in Excel format. They contain either the relative sampling errors (RSEs) or sampling errors (SEs) for data in the supplementary tables above.

RSE ST 2.1a Time spent on primary activities, all males, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
RSE ST 2.1b Time spent on primary activities, all females, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
RSE ST 2.1c Time spent on primary activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
RSE ST 2.2a1 Time spent on primary activities, all males aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 2.2a2 Time spent on primary activities, all males aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 2.2b1 Time spent on primary activities, all females aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 2.2b2 Time spent on primary activities, all females aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 2.2c1 Time spent on primary activities, total population aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 2.2c2 Time spent on primary activities, total population aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 4.1a Time spent with others, all males aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 4.1b Time spent with others, all males aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 4.2a Time spent with others, all females aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 4.2b Time spent with others, all females aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 4.3a Time spent with others, total population aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 4.3b Time spent with others, total population aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10

SE ST 9.1a1 Daily participation rates for primary activities, all males aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
SE ST 9.1a2 Daily participation rates for primary activities, all males aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
SE ST 9.1b1 Daily participation rates for primary activities, all females aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
SE ST 9.1b2 Daily participation rates for primary activities, all females aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
SE ST 9.1c1 Daily participation rates for primary activities, total population aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
SE ST 9.1c2 Daily participation rates for primary activities, total population aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 9.2a1 Time spent on primary activities by male participants aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 9.2a2 Time spent on primary activities by male participants aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 9.2b1 Time spent on primary activities by female participants aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 9.2b2 Time spent on primary activities by female participants aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 9.2c1 Time spent on primary activities by all participants aged 12 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE ST 9.2c2 Time spent on primary activities by all participants aged 15 years and over, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10 
 

 

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