How many people are single in NZ?
Newly released Census data shows that 405,000 people now live alone, 36,000 more than did in 2013. It was the second-most common household type, behind two-occupant households - at 519,561. That number is higher than those with three people, at 258,909, and four people, at 238,719.
What percent of NZ population live in Christchurch?
61% As at 30 June 2020, 61% of Canterburys population was estimated to live in Christchurch City (394,700 people). Eighty-two per cent of Canterburys population lived in the three greater Christchurch TAs: Waimakariri District, Christchurch City and Selwyn District (529, 100 people).
What is the typical family size in New Zealand?
2.7 people Household size varying across the country The average number of people per New Zealand household is 2.7 people, which has remained unchanged since 2006.
What is the average household income in NZ?
average annual household equivalised disposable income (after tax and transfer payments) increased from $46,016 to $47,517 (up 3.3 percent) average annual household equivalised disposable income (after tax and transfer payments and after housing costs are deducted) increased from $36,200 to $37,374 (up 3.2 percent)
What is the average Australian family size?
2.53 The average household size in Australia is 2.53, close to the OECD average of 2.63.
How many is a household?
A household is composed of one or more people who occupy a housing unit. Not all households contain families. Under the U.S. Census Bureau definition, family households consist of two or more individuals who are related by birth, marriage, or adoption, although they also may include other unrelated people.
What is considered wealthy in NZ?
The number of ultra-high net worth individuals, defined as those people who have net wealth of more than US$30 million (NZ$40.7m) including the value their own home, was 2.4 per cent higher over the past 12 months, to more than 520,000 worldwide.