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Households

Statistics about the number and different kinds of households (one-person, extended family, unrelated people), types of housing, access to amenities, and incomes and expenditure patterns of private households.

Census of Population and Dwellings

The census is the official count of how many people and dwellings there are in New Zealand. It takes a snapshot of the people in the country at the time, including visitors, and the types of places people live in.

The Royal Commission on Social Policy Survey

Social policy as a subject encompasses a whole range of social behaviour. Social policy is concerned with how people are treated and how people look after themselves.

Social Indicators Survey

Social indicators are a special type of social statistics that cover diverse areas of social concern, health, employment, education, incomes, housing, public safety, leisure, social participation, mobility, and family attachments.

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