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More statistics about families

This page continues from the Families page, which has more recent information.

Reports and articles

Explore information we've gathered from research or analysis.

Parents supporting children who do not live with them (published 2012)
Find out about the support parents give their children aged under 18 years who don’t live with them. 

The potential for new family statistics from the Household Labour Force Survey (published December 2010)
Explores the potential for new statistics and new research on families, using data from the Household Labour Force Survey.

Young people 1986–2006: Study, work, and income (published 2010)
Examines changes in the nature and timing of young people’s study and work participation, and sources and levels of personal income.

Young people 1986–2006: Relationship change (published 2009)
Examines the nature and timing of key relationships of young people aged 15–24 years.

Measuring changes in family and whānau well-being using census data, 1981–2006 (published 2008)
Examines changes in the wellbeing of a range of different family types over 1981–2006.

Review of official family statistics (published 2007)
Identifies the information needs of family statistics.

Family well-being indicators report (published 2006)
Details how family- and household-level well-being indicators can be constructed using data from the 1981 to 2001 Censuses.

Census 2001: Families and households – reference report (published 2002)
Provides information on the demographic, social, and economic characteristics of the different types of families and households in New Zealand.

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