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New Zealand General Social Survey: 2014
Embargoed until 10:45am  –  26 May 2015
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Next releases

We will publish several releases from the 2014 NZGSS in 2015. They include new information about personal well-being, and social networks and support.

The characteristics of social networks (short report)
We’ll look at what New Zealanders’ social networks look like, and what the networks tell us about family functioning, connection to communities, and associations outside family and friends.

How New Zealanders use their social networks (report)
This report will focus on how we use our social networks and how they help us deal with change. We’ll also explore where people go when they first need help and the kinds of help people ask for.

The strength of social networks (report)
We’ll examine the kinds of support people can access, what issues might affect people’s likelihood to use their social networks, and their access to support across different support need types. 

See Rotating Survey Supplement for more information.

The New Zealand General Social Survey: 2016 will be released in 2017.

Subscribe to information releases, including this one, by completing the online subscription form.

The release calendar lists all information releases by date of release.

Past releases

See New Zealand General Social Survey for links to past releases.

Related information

See General Social Survey: Summary results for results from Australia's latest GSS.

See The General Social Survey: An overview for an overview from Canada's GSS.

See well-being for reports and articles that use previous NZGSS information.

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