2 edition of New Zealand population projections, 1971-2001. found in the catalog.
New Zealand population projections, 1971-2001.
New Zealand. Dept. of Statistics.
On cover: New Zealand population and demographic projections 1973.
|LC Classifications||HB3692.5.A3 N48 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||74167965|
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Home > New Zealand Population. Projections of population growth of New Zealand () New Zealand population. 4,, Projections of population growth of other countries () Country Name Population in Difference with ; China: 1,,, Find out the number of people in New Zealand and in different areas of New Zealand. These areas include regions, cities and towns, local board areas, and area units.
Long, J.F. Complexity, accuracy, and utility of official population projections. Mathematical Population Studies 5(3) Nagel, E. The Structure of Science: Problems in the Logic of Scientific Explanation. New York: Harcourt, Brace and World. Stoto, M.A. The accuracy of population projections. In the Māori total fertility rate  was in , compared with for New Zealand (see Births and Deaths: Year ended December , Statistics New Zealand). Another factor is that the Māori population has a younger age structure, with a relatively large proportion in the main reproductive ages (15–44 years; see Figure 1).
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Department of Statistics. OCLC Number: Notes: "New Zealand population and demographic projections "--Cover. Description: 44 pages:.
New Zealand’s population growth has been a slow burn: it reached a million bytopped 2 million in3 million inand 4 million indriven largely by natural growth rather. The census enumerated a resident population of 4, – a percent increase over the population recorded in the census.
1971-2001. book As of Augustthe total population has risen to an estimated 5, In MayStatistics New Zealand reported that New Zealand's 1971-2001. book had climbed above 5 million people in March The median child birthing age was 30 and the total Population: 4, (Stats NZ June estimate).
Population Pyramids: New Zealand - Other indicators visualized on maps: (In English only, for now) Adolescent fertility rate (births per 1, women ages ).
New Zealand Demographic data as of July 1,economic data for Print Share. Basic Facts To learn more about world population projections, go to Notes on the World Population Clock. Once you link to another site you are subject to the policies of the new site. This year's net gain of migrantsand New Zealand's population grew byto the June year.
Stats NZ produces population projections ranging from low to. These releases provide a summary of the projected population of New Zealand, based on different combinations of fertility, mortality, and migration assumptions.
Latest releases. National Population Projections: (base)–; National Population Projections: (base)–; National Population Projections: (base)– National Population Projections: (base)– – Media Release New Zealand’s population will likely hit 5 million around and could reach this milestone sooner, Statistics NZ said today.
In the year ended June the population grew at its fastest rate since the early s, up percent or 97, Find out how many people live in New Zealand and areas within New Zealand, and what these populations may be like in the future.
New Zealand Population New Zealand historical and predicted populations (both sexes) for the period (millions) De facto population in New Zealand as of 1 July of the year indicated.
Source United Nations Population Division. The census is the official count of New Zealand's population and dwellings. Every five years, Stats NZ asks everyone in the country to provide information about themselves and their dwellings. The United States and its partners continue to face a growing number of global threats and challenges.
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Life exp., male Life exp., female Median Age Urbanization. New Zealand is located in the South Pacific Ocean at, near the centre of the water hemisphe It is a long and narrow country, extending 1, kilometres ( mi) along its north-north-east axis with a maximum width of kilometres ( mi).
The land size ofkm 2 (, sq mi) makes it the sixth-largest island country. New Zealand consists of a large number of islands, estimated. Ethnic population projections indicate increasing Pacific populations (and Māori and Asian) in nearly all regions and territorial local authorities in New Zealand between and According to median projections, the Pacific population in New Zealand is projected to make up % of New Zealand’s population by Auckland Region population (Source: Statistics New Zealand) Values for,and are population estimates.
Values forand are generated from population projection growth rates applied to the figure. The median age of New Zealand's population increased from years in to years in ; A median age of 40 years is likely to be reached in the early s. Byhalf the population could be older than 46 years; Population growth will slow as New Zealand’s population ages and the gap between the number of births and deaths.
Source: National ethnic population projections, Statistics New Zealand Notes: Māori figures are series 6 projections based on the Census and assume medium fertility, medium mortality, medium annual net migration and medium inter-ethnic mobility. Non-Māori figures are derived from national series 5 projections based on the Census and assume medium fertility, medium mortality and.
"New Zealand has an ageing population and the latest projections do indicate that we're likely to reach six million in the s given the slowing in our rate of natural increase," he said. This statistic shows the total population of New Zealand from towith projections up until Inthe total population of New Zealand amounted to approximately million.Whanganui's population rose by people last year.
The secret's out, Whanganui is the place to be. The city and district population has grown by people in the last year - the biggest annual.New Zealand is mostly inhabited by people of European descent at around 69%, with about % Maori, % Pacific Islanders, % Asian, and % other nationalities.
Out of the total population, approximately 79% are said to be identifiable as from European ethnic groups, collectively known as .