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Inside Auckland 2013–15 presents a profile of the individuals and households living in the Auckland region and examines how the region differs from the rest of New Zealand.

Why focus on the Auckland region? With an estimated population of 1.57 million at June 2015, Auckland makes up one-third of New Zealand’s total population. As well as being the most populated region, it is also the most multicultural, with half of all international migrants arriving in Auckland. Between 2006 and 2015, the region’s population grew 14.3 percent, compared with growth of only 7.6 percent for the rest of New Zealand. Close to 40 percent of New Zealand’s population is projected to live in the Auckland region by 2043.

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Citation
Statistics New Zealand (2015). Inside Auckland 2013–15: A profile of people and households in the Auckland region. Retrieved from www.stats.govt.nz.

ISBN 978-0-908350-24-7 (online)
Published 18 December 2015

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