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2013 Census QuickStats about a place:
Te Atatu Central
Cultural diversity

Ethnic groups

  • The most common ethnic group in Te Atatu Central is European, compared with European for Auckland as a whole.

Ethnic groups in Te Atatu Central and Auckland
2013 Census
 
Ethnic group(1) Te Atatu Central (percent) Auckland (percent)
European 66.6 59.3
Māori 17.6 10.7
Pacific peoples 11.6 14.6
Asian 17.9 23.1
Middle Eastern, Latin American, African 1.7 1.9
Other ethnicity 1.0 1.2

1. Includes all people who stated each ethnic group, whether as their only ethnic group or as one of several. Where a person reported more than one ethnic group, they have been counted in each applicable group. As a result percentages do not add up to 100.
Source: Statistics New Zealand


Birthplace

  • 29.7 percent of people in Te Atatu Central were born overseas, compared with 39.1 percent for Auckland as a whole.
  • For people born overseas who are now living in Te Atatu Central, the most common birthplace was Asia, compared with Asia for people born overseas in all of Auckland.

Languages spoken

  • After English, the next most common language spoken in Te Atatu Central is te reo Māori, which was spoken by 4.7 percent of people. For Auckland as a whole, the most common language apart from English is Samoan, spoken by 4.4 percent of people.
  • New Zealand Sign Language is used by less than one percent of people in Te Atatu Central, compared with less than one percent of people for all of Auckland.
  • 71.7 percent of people in Te Atatu Central speak only one language, compared with 69.4 percent of people for all of Auckland.

Note: All figures are for the census usually resident population count.

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. For areas with small populations, the data may not look as expected because of this rounding.

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