The New Zealand General Social Survey (NZGSS) provides information on the well-being of New Zealanders aged 15 years and over. It covers a wide range of social and economic outcomes and shows how people are faring. In particular the survey provides a view of how well-being outcomes are distributed across different groups within the New Zealand population.
Decision on the New Zealand General Social Survey 2016 supplement
Find out about our decision to include civic and cultural participation as the supplement topic for the 2016 NZGSS. Civic and cultural participation will be the second cycle of supplementary content that rotates in and out of the NZGSS over time. The first cycle was the social networks and support supplement in the 2014 NZGSS.
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Source: New Zealand General Social Survey
Frequency: Every two years
Available from: October 2009
Geographic coverage: National