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Time Use Survey: 2009/10
Embargoed until 10:45am  –  21 June 2011
List of tables

The following tables are printed with this information release and can also be downloaded from the Statistics NZ website in Excel format. If you do not have access to Excel, you may use the Excel file viewer to view, print, and export the contents of the file.

Tables 1–7 cover mean time spent per day for the total population

Table 1 Time spent on detailed primary activities, total population, by sex, 1998/99 and 2009/10
Table 2.1a Time spent on primary activities, all males, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
Table 2.1b Time spent on primary activities, all females, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
Table 2.1c Time spent on primary activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
Table 2.2a Time spent on primary activities, all males, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
Table 2.2b Time spent on primary activities, all females, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
Table 2.2c Time spent on primary activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
Table 3.1 Time spent on productive and non-productive primary activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
Table 3.2 Time spent on productive and non-productive primary activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
Table 4.1 Time spent with others, all males, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
Table 4.2 Time spent with others, all females, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
Table 4.3 Time spent with others, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
Table 5 Time spent on detailed primary and simultaneous activities, total population, by sex, 1998/99 and 2009/10
Table 6.1 Time spent on primary and simultaneous committed time activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
Table 6.2 Time spent on primary and simultaneous committed time activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
Table 7 Proportion of an average day spent on primary activities, total population, by family role and sex, 1998/99 and 2009/10


Tables 8–11 cover participation rates and mean time spent per day for participants

Table 8 Time spent by participants on detailed primary activities, with participation rates, by sex, 2009/10 
Table 9.1a Daily participation rates for primary activities, all males, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
Table 9.1b Daily participation rates for primary activities, all females, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
Table 9.1c Daily participation rates for primary activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
Table 9.2a Time spent on primary activities by male participants, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
Table 9.2b Time spent on primary activities by female participants, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
Table 9.2c Time spent on primary activities by all participants, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
Table 10.1 Participation rates for people aged 15 to 64 years working for pay or profit, by time of day and by weekday / weekend, 1998/99
Table 10.2 Participation rates for people aged 15 to 64 years working for pay or profit, by time of day and by weekday / weekend, 2009/10
Table 11 Participation rates for unpaid work in a four-week reference period, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99 and 2009/10


Sampling error tables

The following tables are not printed with the information release, but are available from the Statistics NZ website in Excel format. They contain either the relative sampling errors (RSEs) or sampling errors (SEs) for data in the information release tables.

RSE table 1 Time spent on detailed primary activities, total population, by sex, 1998/99 and 2009/10
RSE table 2.1a Time spent on primary activities, all males, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
RSE table 2.1b Time spent on primary activities, all females, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
RSE table 2.1c Time spent on primary activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
RSE table 2.2a Time spent on primary activities, all males, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE table 2.2b Time spent on primary activities, all females, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE table 2.2c Time spent on primary activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE table 3.1 Time spent on productive and non-productive primary activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
RSE table 3.2 Time spent on productive and non-productive primary activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE table 4.1 Time spent with others, all males, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE table 4.2 Time spent with others, all females, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE table 4.3 Time spent with others, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE table 5 Time spent on detailed primary and simultaneous activities, total population, by sex, 1998/99 and 2009/10
RSE table 6.1 Time spent on primary and simultaneous committed time activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99
RSE table 6.2 Time spent on primary and simultaneous committed time activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
SE table 7 Proportion of an average day spent on primary activities, total population, by family role and sex, 1998/99 and 2009/10
RSE and SE table 8 Time spent by participants on detailed primary activities, with participation rates, by sex, 2009/10
SE table 9.1a Daily participation rates for primary activities, all males, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10 
SE table 9.1b Daily participation rates for primary activities, all females, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
SE table 9.1c Daily participation rates for primary activities, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE table 9.2a Time spent on primary activities by male participants, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE table 9.2b Time spent on primary activities by female participants, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
RSE table 9.2c Time spent on primary activities by all participants, by selected demographic characteristics, 2009/10
SE table 10.1 Participation rates for people aged 15 to 64 years working for pay or profit, by time of day and by weekday / weekend, 1998/99
SE table 10.2 Participation rates for people aged 15 to 64 years working for pay or profit, by time of day and by weekday / weekend, 2009/10
SE table 11 Participation rates for unpaid work in a four-week reference period, total population, by selected demographic characteristics, 1998/99 and 2009/10
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