2 edition of New Zealand subnational population projections, 1986-2006 (1981-BASE) found in the catalog.
New Zealand subnational population projections, 1986-2006 (1981-BASE)
New Zealand. Demographic Projections Section.
|LC Classifications||HA3184 .N46 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||217 p. :|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||86162348|
Population (current quarter) = population (previous quarter) + births - deaths + net migration (difference between international permanent and long-term arrivals and departures). Census usually resident population count: a count of all people who usually live in New Zealand and are present in New Zealand on a given census night. Subnational Population Estimates: At 30 June (provisional) – Media Release The four fastest-growing regional council areas accounted for over 75 percent of New Zealand’s population growth in the year to June , Statistics New Zealand said today.
Get this from a library! New Zealand sub-national population projections, report.. [New Zealand. Department of Statistics.;]. Description: The data for towns and rural centres were created by Dave Maré (Motu Research) under microdata access agreement with Statistics New Zealand, MAA/ @ tables contain counts of the , , , , , , and usual resident population by age and sex, grouped by geographic area boundaries .
In the June year, all 16 of New Zealand’s regions experienced population growth. New Zealanders, colloquially known as Kiwis (/ k iː w iː /), are people associated with New Zealand, sharing a common history, culture, and language (New Zealand English).People of various ethnicities and national origins are citizens of New Zealand, governed by its nationality law.. Originally composed solely of the indigenous Māori, the ethnic makeup of the population has been dominated.
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These releases provide a summary of the projected population of regional council, territorial authority, and Auckland local board areas within New Zealand, based on different combinations of fertility, mortality, and migration assumptions.
1986-2006 book Latest releases. Subnational Population Projections: (base)––update. New Zealand subnational population projections, (base): a volume of statistics consolidating earlier releases, with some additions.
Find out how many people live in New Zealand and areas within New Zealand, and what these populations may be like in the future. Projected data from Subnational Population projections, (base)–, published February Net migration includes external or international migration (movement between countries) and internal migration (movement between areas of New Zealand).
Subnational population projections give an indication of the future population of New Zealand's 16 regional council areas (regions) and 67 territorial authority areas. The low, medium, and high projections all indicate: The population growth rate will slow in all areas between and In September, Statistics New Zealand released the latest update to its subnational ethnic population projections.
The projections use the Census as the baseline and are broken into five-year intervals, running up until the year The estimated resident population of New Zealand reached 4, at 30 June Statistics New Zealand adopted a new method for producing subnational population estimates by age group and sex.
This new method was used to revise subnational population estimates, at 30 June but did not affect the total population estimate at each subnational area. 1 Nov A new unitary authority (the Auckland Council) became.
Subnational population projections are produced to assist businesses and government agencies, in planning and policy-making. The projections provide information on the changing characteristics and distribution of the population which are used to develop social policies in.
Subnational Ethnic Population Projections provide projected 'European or Other (including New Zealander)', Māori, Asian, and Pacific ethnic populations of regional council, territorial authority, and Auckland local board areas in New Zealand, based on different combinations of fertility, mortality, migration, and inter-ethnic mobility assumptions.
New Zealand and constitutes the foundation dataset for official population estimates and projections produced following the census. Current population estimates (base) are still official measures and should be used as needed. Subnational population estimates have incorporated distributions from Census data, and both national and.
New and revised Subnational Population Estimates will follow in October Subnational Population Estimates as at 30 June At that time the annual Subnational Population Estimates will also be revised back to 30 June and then new projections New projections incorporating the Census results and base population.
Author(s): New Zealand. Department of Statistics. Title(s): New Zealand subnational population projections (base). Country of Publication: New Zealand Publisher: Wellington, New Zealand, Department of Statistics, Description: p.
Subnational population component changes and median age (RC, TA), at 30 June( boundaries) Population projections. Population projections tables. Area unit population projections, by age and sex, (base) update; Area unit population projections, characteristics, (base) update.
a new sub-regional population projection model for its based round of projections. The purpose of this review is to aid the decision-making process about what sort of mode l (or.
At 30 Junethousands of people. Projected population in the Bay of Plenty Region, New Zealand By age group, –; Projected population in the Canterbury Region, New Zealand By age group, –; Population projections for the Bay of Plenty Region, New Zealand –, number of people; Population projections for the Canterbury Region, New Zealand.
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Conferences are a collective effort and on behalf of the PANZ Conference. All 16 of New Zealand’s regions experienced population growth in the June year. The projections indicate that almost two-thirds of New Zealand's Asian population will continue to live in Auckland.
Bythe broad Asian population is projected to become the largest of the major ethnic groups in Whau, Puketapapa, and Howick local board areas. Population Pyramids: New Zealand - Other indicators visualized on maps: (In English only, for now) Adolescent fertility rate (births per 1, women ages ).
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 .New Zealand: Projected change by age (%) (%) (%) Key Issue #2: Ageing-driven growth is not the same as youth-driven growth Statistics New Zealand Subnational Population Projections by Age and Sex, (base) ( Update).Abstract Using GLOBOCAN estimates, we describe the estimated cancer incidence among adults aged 80 years or older at the regional and global level inreporting the number of new cancer cases.