This poster and brochure contain information from and about the New Zealand General Social Survey: 2014.
Download the PDF files from 'Available files' above. Print the poster in A3 and the brochure in A4. If you have problems viewing the files, see Opening files and PDFs.
How do you connect? is an interactive tool that lets you compare yourself with other New Zealanders in four types of support networks. All data is from the 2014 New Zealand General Social Survey (NZGSS).
Social well-being in New Zealand
The NZGSS collects data about the well-being of New Zealanders. Use information from it to monitor social outcomes over time and across different population groups, and to make international comparisons.
Topics in the 2014 NZ General Social Survey
- Life satisfaction
- Sense of purpose
- Social connectedness
- Safety and security
- Housing quality
- Self-assessed health
- Civic and human rights
- Material standard of living
- Paid work
- Culture and identity
- Knowledge and skills
New Zealand General Social Survey questionnaires – View the questions asked for the NZGSS
New Zealand General Social Survey – information release – a high-level first release of data with commentary
NZ General Social Survey tables on NZ.Stat – create your own tables
Well-being – browse for specialised reports on topics of interest
Social networks and support – information focused on what people’s social networks and relationships looked like, and how people used them to get the support they needed
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, 2012, and 2014.
Published 13 January 2017