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Living outside the norm provides information about people in New Zealand at the time of the 2013 Census who lived in dwellings we consider to be outside the norm – by which we mean different from the private houses, units, and apartments that the majority of the population lives in. 'Outside the norm' dwellings include non-private (communal) dwellings and alternative forms of private housing. 

Living outside the norm focuses on people living in the dwelling types:

  • residential care for older people
  • residential and community care facilities
  • boarding houses
  • hotels, motels, and guest accommodation
  • prisons and penal institutions
  • other occupied private dwellings.

See also: 

Census gives insights into people living in alternative forms of housing – media release

Read this publication online, or download or print the PDF and tables from the 'Available files' box. If you have problems viewing the files, see opening files and PDFs.

ISBN: 978-0-478-42989-3 (online)
Published 7 July 2015

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