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Living in Lockdown - How did we cope during the 2020 lockdown in New Zealand?

The aim of this survey was to gain an impression of how New Zealanders coped during a time of extreme duress in extraordinary circumstances. As a nation, waking up on the morning of Thursday 26 March 2020 we were presented with a unique set of challenges none of us had experienced before. We could not travel freely, we were separated from family and friends outside our bubble, we faced a loss of income and our jobs and businesses were in jeopardy. Many of us didn’t know if we would be able to pay our rent or mortgage into the foreseeable future. On top of that,

A special report based on the key results of the 2018 Census

This special report presents eight key results based on the 2018 Census dataset, in order to describe the changing face of New Zealand.

  1. New Zealand’s population is expected to grow to over 5 million in 2020.
  2. Population growth is largely the result of immigration.
  3. Almost one-in-three New Zealanders were born overseas.
  4. New Zealand is the fourth most culturally diverse country in the OECD.
  5. People of Asian descent represent the fastest growing ethnic group.
  6. New Zealanders are living longer, and the population is growing older.
  7. The working age population will stabilise at 50% of the total population.
  8. One-in-three New Zealanders live in Auckland.
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Healthy New Zealanders

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In November 2020 the Ministry of Health (MoH) published the results of their annual New Zealand Health Survey, tracking health outcomes for New Zealanders over eight key health indicators (Tier 1). The MoH has been carrying out the survey since 2011, to ensure effective and targeted health programmes, on the recommendation of the World Health Organization. Research New Zealand carried out its own health polls in March 2019 – Healthy Priorities, Time for a Sugar Tax? – and Children’s Wellbeing, in September 2020.

A breakdown of the MoH findings, with correlating data from the Research New Zealand polls, is provided in this report.

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A special report based on the key results of the 2018 Census

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Healthy New Zealanders

In November 2020 the Ministry of Health (MoH) published the results of their annual New Zealand Health Survey, tracking health outcomes for New Zealanders over eight key health indicators (Tier 1). The MoH has been carrying out the survey since 2011, to ensure effective and targeted health programmes, on the recommendation of the World Health Organization. Research New Zealand carried out its own health polls in March 2019 – Healthy Priorities, Time for a Sugar Tax? – and Children’s Wellbeing, in September 2020.

A breakdown of the MoH findings, with correlating data from the Research New Zealand polls, is provided in this report.

This special report presents eight key results based on the 2018 Census data set in order to describe the changing face of New Zealand.

  1. New Zealand’s population is expected to grow to over 5 million in 2020.
  2. Population growth is largely the result of immigration.
  3. Almost one-in-three New Zealanders was born overseas.
  4. New Zealand is the fourth most culturally diverse country in the OECD.
  5. People of Asian descent represent the fastest growing ethnic group.
  6. New Zealanders are living longer, and the population is growing older.
  7. The working age population will stabilise at 50% of the total population.
  8. One-in-three New Zealanders live in Auckland.

Living in Lockdown - How did we cope during the 2020 lockdown in New Zealand?

The aim of this survey was to gain an impression of how New Zealanders coped during a time of extreme duress in extraordinary circumstances. As a nation, waking up on the morning of Thursday 26 March 2020 we were presented with a unique set of challenges none of us had experienced before. We could not travel freely, we were separated from family and friends outside our bubble, we faced a loss of income and our jobs and businesses were in jeopardy. Many of us didn’t know if we would be able to pay our rent or mortgage into the foreseeable future. On top of that, a deadly virus was circulating, and we had no idea if the measures in place would contain it before it took hold in our communities and killed off loved ones and/or potentially ourselves. Nor did we know when any of our normal freedoms might be returned to us.

It was a lot. But, as this survey revealed, most of us just got on with it, battened down the hatches, and prepared to ride it out...

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