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Demographic Trends: 2003 - Reference report

Demographic Trends 2003 contains the latest statistics on New Zealand's population and related statistics. Published annually, it contains commentaries, diagrams and tables on the major demographic indicators of the New Zealand population. Topics covered include population change and structure, fertility, marriage, divorce, mortality, external migration, subnational population estimates, induced abortions, and national and subnational demographic projections.

Part 10 contains brief notes on the Tourism and Migration report ; the four-weekly visitor arrivals and New Zealand short-term departures available from Statistics New Zealand; Census Table Finder and Table Builder; 2001 Post-enumeration Survey; the 2001-based population estimates and demographic projections and the different population measures produced by Statistics New Zealand. There is also a note on the web-based "Population Monitor", and a report from the 18th conference of the Population Association of New Zealand held in July 2003.

Part 11 carries a list of articles on population-related subjects published in Key Statistics and available on the Statistics New Zealand website, with a link to each for easy access. An index of research articles published in previous issues of Demographic Trends is also included in Part 11.

Demographic Trends 2003 is divided into 11 parts, each covering a different topic. For example, Part 1 looks at population change and structure, Part 2, fertility, etc.

Each topic covered in Demographic Trends 2003 includes a series of detailed tables. Part 1 Population Change and Structure has eight tables (Tables 1.01 - 1.08), Part 2, Fertility has 14 tables (Tables 2.01 - 2.14), etc.

Published 30 January 2004

To order a printed copy email subscriptions@stats.govt.nz
Catalogue Code 30.001
ISSN 0113-3667
Price, per title $40.00

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The downloadable tables are in Microsoft Excel 97 format(s). If you do not have access to Microsoft Excel you may use the Excel file viewer to view, print and export the contents of these files.

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