This poster and brochure contains information from and about the New Zealand General Social Survey: 2012.
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A picture of the well-being of New Zealanders
The NZ General Social Survey identifies key well-being issues. Use information from it as a base for monitoring social outcomes over time and across different population groups, and to make international comparisons.
Topics in the NZ General Social Survey include
- Life satisfaction
- Financial well-being and job satisfaction
- Social contact and isolation, participation in voluntary work
- Safety and security
- Housing quality, emergency preparedness, and council services
- Self-assessed health
- Human rights, voting, and discrimination
- Support across households.
New Zealand General Social Survey questionnaires – View the questions asked for the NZ General Social Survey
New Zealand General Social Survey – information release – a high-level first release of data with commentary
Social well-being in New Zealand 2012 – an interactive web tool
NZ General Social Survey tables on NZ.Stat – create your own tables
Well-being – browse for specialised reports on topics of interest
Confidentialised unit record files (CURFs) – access unit record data available to researchers
New Zealand General Social Survey data dictionary – describes all the variables in the NZGSS
Customised data requests – email firstname.lastname@example.org
Data is available from 2008, 2010, and 2012.
Published 13 August 2013