Key dates for the NZ Census of population and dwellings:
Print copies of the Census results, from 1851, are available from Central Library Government Publications, Floor 1.
Access resources about the 2013 Census.
Find census information leaflets in over 20 languages, census awareness posters and forms.
Watch around campus for advice on how to complete your census online.
Census 2018 datasets are gradually being released.
The Parliamentary Library has updated the electorate profiles for New Zealand’s seven Māori electorates and 65 general electorates, which are now available here.
These profiles are an important source of historical and statistical information and can help with understanding the diversity of communities and constituents within our electorates. They are the only source of census information presented by electorate. Read more about the electorate profiles here.
Learn about each electorate’s history, economic and social well-being, industries, education, health, culture and identity, and population. They also include information about previous election results, maps, and information about electorate boundaries and history.
The 2020 profiles include:
The profiles will be updated again with the final 2020 election results, updated deprivation maps, and graphs.
Find the 2020 Electorate Profiles here. The 2017, 2011, and 2005 profiles are now located on the historical electorate profiles page.