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Tuvaluan people in New Zealand

Tuvaluan People in New Zealand is one of a set of seven profiles on Pacific peoples based on results from the 2001 Census of Population and Dwellings. Demographic, social and economic characteristics of the Tuvaluan population are covered, and some comparisons are made with the total Pacific and total New Zealand resident populations.

  • In 2001, Tuvaluan people were the seventh largest Pacific ethnic group living in New Zealand, making up just under 1 percent of New Zealand’s Pacific population.
  • Between 1996 and 2001, the Tuvaluan population in New Zealand more than doubled from 900 to 2,000.
  • Tuvaluan people born overseas (1,400) accounted for 72 percent of the total Tuvaluan population in New Zealand in 2001.
  • In 2001, 56 percent of the overseas-born Tuvaluan population had been in New Zealand for less than five years.
  • The majority (81 percent) of the Tuvaluan population in New Zealand lived in the Auckland urban area in 2001.
  • I te 2001, tino Tuvalu ne nofo ki te fitu o fenua tokouke ona tino i tino o te Pasefika kola e nofo i Niusila tela e i lalo malie o te 1 pasene o te fuainumela o te aofaki o tino e nofo i Niusila.
  • I te vasia o te 1996 mo te 2001, te fuainumela o tino Tuvalu ne nofo i Niusila ne silia atu i te faka lua taimi mai te 900 ki te 2,000.
  • Tino Tuvalu ne fanau i tua atu (1,400) e tusa mo te 72 pasene o te aofaki fuainumela o tino Tuvalu i Niusila i te 2001.
  • I te 2001, e 56 pasene o tino Tuvalu ne fanau i tua atu o Niusila ne nofo i Niusila mai lalo o te lima tausaga te leva.
  • Te tokoukega (81 pasene) o te aofaki o tino Tuvalu i Niusila ne nofo i Aukilani i te 2001.

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