QuickStats provide brief overviews of New Zealand and its communities, with simple facts, tables and graphs about a place or a subject.
QuickStats About Culture and Identity – looks at New Zealand's increasingly diverse population, how people have identified themselves in terms of their ethnic group(s), where people were born, what languages they speak, and their religious affiliations.
QuickStats About Education and Training – looks at the educational qualifications and study participation of adults (aged 15 years and over) who usually live in New Zealand. Information in this QuickStats is based on New Zealand's 2006 Census of Population and Dwellings, held on 7 March 2006.
QuickStats About Housing – examines New Zealand's household and dwelling population from the 2006 Census. These statistics cover the size of households and dwellings, ownership of dwellings, rental costs and fuel types used for heating. Some comparisons over time are also included.
QuickStats About Incomes – looks at the income of adults and the income of families. It focuses on the amount and sources of personal and family income, as well as a range of related factors – including where people live, their qualifications, whether they work, their sex, age, ethnicity and occupation.
QuickStats About Māori – 2006 Census information about the Maori ethnic population, where Maori live, their age and sex, languages spoken, education, work, income, descent and iwi.
QuickStats About New Zealand's Population and Dwellings – 2006 Census facts and figures about the people in New Zealand, including information about age, sex, ethnicity and dwellings.
QuickStats About Pacific Peoples – presents information on people belonging to the Pacific peoples ethnic group who usually live in New Zealand. It also includes data that relates specifically to the seven largest Pacific ethnic groups: Samoan, Cook Islands Maori, Tongan, Niuean, Fijian, Tokelauan and Tuvaluan. The information in this QuickStats is based on New Zealand's 2006 Census of Population and Dwellings, held on 7 March 2006.
QuickStats About Population Mobility – looks at where people (including overseas visitors) were on census night, who is most and least likely to move their usual residence, and population movements between areas (or internal migration) in the five years prior to the 2006 Census.
QuickStats About Unpaid Work – looks at the unpaid work of adults (aged 15 years and over) who usually live in New Zealand. Information in this QuickStats is based on New Zealand’s 2006 Census of Population and Dwellings, held on 7 March 2006.
QuickStats National Highlights – highlights from the 2006 Census across a range of subjects, including information about Māori.