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New Zealand General Social Survey 2018: Objectives of the Housing and Physical Environment supplement outlines the objectives and priority topics for the supplementary module in the 2018 New Zealand General Social Survey (NZGSS), which is Housing and Physical Environment.

We ranked topics as high, medium, and low priority based on our 2014 consultation with stakeholders, and the availability of existing data sources.

We welcome feedback on this paper. Please tell us if:

  • there are important topics relevant to the Housing and Physical Environment supplement that we have not included
  • you disagree with our proposed priority ranking for topics
  • you disagree with the proposed six-yearly frequency for the Housing and Physical Environment supplement
  • there are topics for which comparability with existing measures would be important to your work.

Please complete the feedback form for the Housing and Physical Environment supplement (available from the Downloads box).

Email your feedback by 31 October 2016, to nzgss@stats.govt.nz.

Any questions?
Phone Henriette Rawlings (04) 931 4465.

Downloadable files
Read the paper online, or download and print the PDF, and the feedback form in Word, from  the 'Downloads box' on the right-hand side of this page. If you have problems viewing the files, see opening files and PDFs.

Citation
Statistics New Zealand (2016). New Zealand General Social Survey 2018: Objectives of the Housing and Physical Environment supplement.  Retrieved from www.stats.govt.nz.   

ISBN 978-0-908350-65-0 (online)
Published 3 October 2016

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