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2013 Census iwi individual profiles:
Ngāti Ranginui

2018 Census place summaries has the latest information
Households and families

Ngā momo nohoanga ā-whānau

Households

For people affiliating with Ngāti Ranginui and living in households in New Zealand on 5 March 2013:

  • 78.1 percent lived in households containing only one family, 13.3 percent lived in households with more than one family, and 4.8 percent lived in one-person households. A further 3.9 percent lived in 'non-family multi-person households', such as a flatting situation.

Families

For people affiliating with Ngāti Ranginui and living in families in New Zealand on 5 March 2013:

  • In 2013, 55.7 percent of people lived in a couple with child(ren) family, 31.8 percent lived in a one-parent family, and 12.6 percent lived in a couple without children family.
  • In 2006, 57.1 percent of people lived in a couple with child(ren) family, 31.9 percent lived in a one-parent family, and 11.1 percent lived in a couple without children family.

Family type for Ngāti Ranginui, Māori descent, and total New Zealand populations
2013 Census
Family type for specified iwi, Māori descent, and total New Zealand populations, 2013 Census.


Dependent children

For people affiliating with Ngāti Ranginui and living in families in New Zealand on 5 March 2013:

  • In 2013, there were 3,570 dependent children (aged under 18 years and not employed full time). Of these, 63.3 percent lived in a two-parent family, with the rest living in a family with one parent.
  • In 2006, there were 3,084 dependent children and of these, 63.3 percent lived in a two-parent family, with the rest living in a family with one parent.

 

Note: These sections combine personal characteristics with the characteristics of the household or family a person is a part of. They count people. People in the same household or family may or may not be of Māori descent, and those with Māori descent can affiliate with different iwi.

A household is either one person who usually lives alone, or two or more people who usually live together and share facilities (such as for eating, cooking, or a living area; and bathroom and toilet) in a private dwelling.

A family consists of a couple living in the same household, with or without children, or one parent and their children.

This data has been randomly rounded to protect confidentiality. Individual figures may not add up to totals, and values for the same data may vary in different text, tables, and graphs. The accuracy of percentages may be affected by this rounding, particularly for iwi with small populations.

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