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Appendixes
List of tables

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Trends in migration between regions

  1. Numbers of Internal Migrants by Region, 1981, 1986, 1991, 1996, 2001, 2006 Censuses
  2. Internal Migrants as Percent of Regional Populations, 1981, 1986, 1991, 1996, 2001, 2006 Censuses
  3. Usually Resident Population by Region, 1981, 1986, 1991, 1996, 2001, 2006 Censuses

Is the population moving north or south?

  1. Census usual resident population count by usual residence five years ago, regional council areas, 1991–2006
  2. Population flows by usual residence five years ago, regional council areas, 1991–2006
  3. Population flows by usual residence five years ago, groupings of regional council areas, 1991–2006
  4. Net population flow to regions south of usual residence area five years ago, groupings of regional council areas, 1991–2006
  5. Census usual resident count by region of usual residence, for residents living overseas five years ago, 1991–2006

Do partners have similar reasons for moving?

1.01. Main reason for moving from previous location, partnered men and women
1.02. Main reason for moving to current location, partnered men and women
2. Differences in main reasons for moving from previous location, between male and female partners
3. Differences in main reasons for moving to current location, between male and female partners
4.01. Matrix of main reasons for moving from previous location, male and female partners
4.02. Matrix of main reasons for moving to current location, male and female partner

 

The benefits of moving: men and women

1. Male movers' level of satisfaction at current location
2. Female movers' level of satisfaction at current location
3.01. Income change after move, by sex
3.02. Income change after move, by age, male movers
3.03. Income change after move, by age, female movers
4.01. Increase in income as a result of moving, by sex
4.02. Decrease in income as a result of moving, by sex
5.01. Movers by change in income as a result of moving, by age, male movers
5.02. Movers by change in income as a result of moving, by age, female movers
6.01. Main reason for moving from previous location, by sex
6.02. Income change for movers, by main reason for moving from previous location
6.03. Income change for movers, by main reason for moving to current location

 

Urban and rural migration

  1. Census usual resident population count, urban areas, 1991, 1996, 2001 and 2006 Censuses
  2. Census usual resident population count by usual residence five years ago, urban areas, 1991, 1996, 2001 and 2006 Censuses
  3. Inter-censal population flows between urban area categories, by usual residence five years ago, 1991, 1996, 2001 and 2006 Censuses
  4. Movers within and between urban areas by usual residence five years ago, 1991, 1996, 2001 and 2006 Censuses
  5. Net population gain/loss by usual residence five years ago, between urban area categories,1991, 1996, 2001 and 2006 Censuses
  6. Internal migration flows by usual residence five years ago, urban areas, 1991, 1996, 2001 and 2006 Censuses
  7. Census usual resident population count by usual residence five years ago, urban areas, 2006 Census
  8. Census usual resident population count by usual residence five years ago, urban areas, 2001 Census
  9. Census usual resident population count by usual residence five years ago, urban areas, 1996 Census
  10. Census usual resident population count by usual residence five years ago, urban areas, 1991 Census
  11. Movers within and between main urban areas, by usual residence five years ago, 2006 Census
  12. Census usual resident population count by age group and usual residence five years ago, urban areas, 2006 Census
  13. Census usual resident population count by ethnicity and usual residence five years ago, urban areas, 2006 Census
  14. Movers by ethnicity and usual residence five years ago, urban areas, 1991, 1996, 2001 and 2006 Censuses
  15. Census usual resident count by age group, sex and usual residence five years ago, urban areas, 2006 Census
  16. Census usual resident count by occupation and usual residence five years ago, urban areas, 2006 Census
  17. Census usual resident count by age group, ethnicity and usual residence five years ago, urban areas, 2006 Census

Home ownership

  1. Home Ownership by Sex and Address 5-Years Ago, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006
  2. People Owning Their Own Home, by Urban-Rural Area Type and Region, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006
  3. People of European Ethnicities Owning Their Own Home, by Urban-Rural Area Type and Region, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006
  4. People of Maori Ethnicity Owning Their Own Home, by Urban-Rural Area Type and Region, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006
  5. People of Pacific Ethnicities Owning Their Own Home, by Urban-Rural Area Type and Region, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006
  6. People of Asian Ethnicities Owning Their Own Home, by Urban-Rural Area Type and Region, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006
  7. People of Other Ethnicities Owning Their Own Home, by Urban-Rural Area Type and Region, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006
  8. People of Middle Eastern, Latin American and African Ethnicities Owning Their Own Home, by Urban-Rural Area Type and Region, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006
  9. People Owning Their Own Home, by Age and Sex, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006
  10. People of European Ethnicities Owning Their Own Home, by Age and Sex, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006
  11. People of Maori Ethnicity Owning Their Own Home, by Age and Sex, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006
  12. People of Pacific Ethnicities Owning Their Own Home, by Age and Sex, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006
  13. People of Asian Ethnicities Owning Their Own Home, by Age and Sex, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006
  14. People of Other Ethnicities Owning Their Own Home, by Age and Sex, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006
  15. People of Middle Eastern, Latin American and African Ethnicities Owning Their Own Home, by Age and Sex, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006
  16. Non-Movers and Internal Migrants Owning Their Own Home, by Ethnicity, Birthplace, Age and Sex, Census Usual Resident Adult Population, 2006

Māori mobility in New Zealand

  1. Internal Migrant Status, People of Maori Ethnicity and New Zealand Total Population, by Sex, 5-Year Age Groups and Single Year of Age, Census 2006
  2. Internal Migrant Status, People of Maori Ethnicity, by Sex, Birthplace and Age Group, Census 2006
  3. Diversity and Internal Migrant Status, People of Maori Ethnicity, by Sex and Combinations of Ethnic Groupings, Census 2006
  4. Maori Internal Migrant Movers, by Age Group, 1986-2006 Censuses
  5. Maori and Total Internal Migrant Movers as Percentage of Each Age Group, Census 2006
  6. Inter-regional Migration, People of Maori Ethnicity, Census 2006
  7. Mobility between Territorial Authorities within Auckland Region, People of Maori Ethnicity, Census 2006
  8. Inflows and Outflows by Area Type and Birthplace, People of Maori Ethnicity, Census 2006
  9. Internal Migrants, Urban-Rural Source Area Type, by Current Urban-Rural Area Type, People of Maori Ethnicity, Census 2006
  10. People of Maori Ethnicity Living in Auckland Region and Overseas 5 Years Ago, by Territorial Authority of Usual Residence, Census 2006

Asian mobility in New Zealand

  1. Internal Migrant Status, People of Asian Ethnicities and New Zealand Total Population, by Sex, 5-Year Age Groups and Single Year of Age, Census Usual Resident Population, 2006
  2. Internal Migrant Status, People of Asian Ethnicities, by Sex, Birthplace and Age Group, Census Usual Resident Population, 2006
  3. Diversity and Internal Migrant Status, People of Asian Ethnicities, by Sex and Combinations of Ethnic Groupings, Census Usual Resident Population, 2006
  4. Internal Migrant Status, People of Chinese Ethnicities, by Sex, 5-Yea Age Groups and Single Year of Age, Census Usual Resident Population, 2006
  5. Internal Migrant Status, People of Indian Ethnicities, by Sex, 5-Year Age Groups and Single Year of Age, Census Usual Resident Population, 2006
  6. Asian Internal Migrant Movers, by Age Group, Census Usual Resident Populations, 1986-2006
  7. Asian and Total Internal Migrant Movers as Percentage of Each Age Group, Census Usual Resident Population, 2006
  8. Inter-regional Migration, People of Asian Ethnicities, Census Usual Resident Population, 2006
  9. Mobility between Territorial Authorities within Auckland Region, People of Asian Ethnicities, Census Usual Resident Population, 2006
  10. Inflows and Outflows by Area Type and Birthplace, People of Asian Ethnicities, Census Usual Resident Population, 2006
  11. Internal Migrants, Urban-Rural Source Area Type, by Current Urban-Rural Area Type, People of Asian Ethnicities, Census Usual Resident Population, 2006
  12. People of Asian Ethnicities Living in Auckland Region and Overseas 5 Years Ago, by Territorial Authority of Usual Residence, Census Usual Resident Population, 2006

Pacific mobility in New Zealand

  1. Internal Migrant Status, People of Pacific Ethnicities and New Zealand Total Population, by Sex, 5-Year Age Groups and Single Year of Age, Census Usual Resident Population 2006
  2. Internal Migrant Status, People of Pacific Ethnicities, by Sex, Birthplace and Age Group, Census Usual Resident Population 2006
  3. Diversity and Internal Migrant Status, People of Pacific Ethnicities, by Sex and Combinations of Ethnic Groupings, Census Usual Resident Population 2006
  4. Internal Migrant Status, People of Samoan Ethnicity, by Sex, 5-Year Age Groups and Single Year of Age, Census Usual Resident Population 2006
  5. Internal Migrant Status, People of Tongan Ethnicity, by Sex, 5-Year Age Groups and Single Year of Age, Census Usual Resident Population 2006
  6. Internal Migrant Status, People of Cook Island Maori Ethnicity, by Sex, 5-Year Age Groups and Single Year of Age, Census Usual Resident Population 2006
  7. Internal Migrant Status, People of Niuean Ethnicity, by Sex, 5-Year Age Groups and Single Year of Age, Census Usual Resident Population 2006
  8. Internal Migrant Status, People of Fijian Ethnicity, by Sex, 5-Year Age Groups and Single Year of Age, Census Usual Resident Population 2006
  9. Pacific Internal Migrant Movers, by Age Group, Census Usual Resident Populations 1986-2006
  10. Pacific and Total Internal Migrant Movers as Percentage of Each Age Group, Census Usual Resident Population 2006
  11. Inter-regional Migration, People of Pacific Ethnicities, Census 2006
  12. Mobility between Territorial Authorities within Auckland Region, People of Pacific Ethnicities, Census Usual Resident Population 2006
  13. Inflows and Outflows by Area Type and Birthplace, People of Pacific Ethnicities, Census Usual Resident Population 2006
  14. Internal Migrants, Urban-Rural Source Area Type, by Current Urban-Rural Area Type, People of Pacific Ethnicities, Census Usual Resident Population 2006
  15. People of Pacific Ethnicities Living in Auckland Region and Overseas 5 Years Ago, by Territorial Authority of Usual Residence, Census Usual Resident Population 2006

Further information

This page is part of a web-based analytical report by Statistics New Zealand. The report includes more than 10 topics. To see the other topics, go to the Internal Migration report introduction page.

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