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Household Economic Survey: Year ended June 2013
Embargoed until 10:45am  –  28 November 2013
Tables

The following tables are available in Excel format from the ‘Downloads’ box. If you have problems viewing the files, see Opening files and PDFs.  

  1. Average and median annual household income, by income source, for households receiving income from this source
  2. Average and median annual household income, by income source, over all households
  3. Average and median annual personal income, by income source, for people receiving income from that source
  4. Average and median annual personal income, by income source, for all people 
  5. Housing costs to income ratios, by dwelling ownership
  6. Housing costs to household income ratios, over all households, by region
  7. Household expenditure on housing costs, by housing cost type, for households with that type of expenditure
  8. Average weekly household expenditure by group, subgroup, and class expenditure levels
  9. Average weekly household expenditure by expenditure group and region
  10. Household material standard of living, by annual household income quintile 
  11. Household demographics, by annual household income decile
  12. Personal demographics, by annual personal income decile

Supplementary tables

Two additional sets of tables can be downloaded:

  1. Household expenditure for selected goods and services, 2007–13
  2. Aggregate annual household expenditure by store type and expenditure group, 2007–13

Access more data on NZ.Stat

Use NZ.Stat to access a range of time-series data from this release and previous HES releases.

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