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Te Kupenga 2013 (English) – corrected
Embargoed until 10:45am  –  06 May 2014
Tables

Tirohia tēnei whārangi i te reo Māori 

On 19 May 2014 we corrected some figures in tables 1–3 originally published on 6 May 2014. These changes were to the proportions of those who have been to their ancestral marae in the previous 12 months.

On 9 May 2014 we updated this page to include a list of NZ.Stat tables. See the NZ.Stat section below.

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. Selected Māori culture engagement measures, by age group
  2. Selected Māori culture engagement measures, by sex
  3. Selected Māori culture engagement measures, by region
  4. Selected te reo Māori measures, by age group
  5. Selected te reo Māori measures, by sex
  6. Selected te reo Māori measures, by region
  7. Selected whānau measures, by age group
  8. Selected whānau measures, by sex
  9. Selected whānau measures, by region

Use the following to access other specific data from Te Kupenga

NZ.Stat

NZ.Stat allows you to organise data in the way that best meets your needs. You can view the resulting tables onscreen or download them.

The following tables are available on NZ.Stat. On the left navigation panel on the home page, select Māori > culture.

  • Ability to speak te reo Māori and highest level of te reo Māori spoken at home, by age group and sex
  • Ability to speak te reo Māori, by first language, by age group and sex
  • Importance of culture, and participation in modern cultural practices, by age group and sex
  • Importance of culture, by tribal identity, by age group and sex
  • Whānau well-being and face-to-face contact, by age group and sex.

Te Kupenga confidentialised unit record file

The Te Kupenga confidentialised unit record file (CURF) contains confidentialised survey data that allows researchers to carry out their own analysis on the dataset. It is very similar to the dataset that was used to produce this first release and other releases. The Te Kupenga Data Dictionary details what is available in the CURF.

Customised data requests

Phone our Information Centre on 0508 525 525 toll-free, or email info@stats.govt.nz to discuss options for getting customised data that suits your particular needs. Note that there may be a charge for a customised request.

Te Kupenga data dictionary

The Te Kupenga data dictionary details what is available in the Te Kupenga dataset.

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