Overseas born population in the Albert-Eden Local Board Area, Auckland, New Zealand
By birthplace (country/region), 2013 Census, %
The census usually resident population count of New Zealand is a count of all people who usually live, and are present, in New Zealand on a given census night. This count excludes visitors from overseas and excludes residents who are temporarily overseas on census night.
Birthplace refers to the country where a person was born, and uses the name of the country at the time of the census. Country is the current, short or official name of a country, dependency, or other area of particular geopolitical interest.
Figure.NZ has calculated percentages by dividing the individual values by 'Total people stated' for each region, territorial authority or local board area.
For more information
Please refer to http://www.stats.govt.nz/Census/2013-census/info-about-2013-census-data/information-by-variable/country-of-birth.aspx
Data provided by
Census: Detailed Birthplace by Region, TA or Local Board Area 2013
Import & extraction details
File as imported: Census: Detailed Birthplace by Region, TA or Local Board Area 2013
From the dataset Census: Detailed Birthplace by Region, TA or Local Board Area 2013, this data was extracted:
- Sheet: NZ.Stat export
- Provided: 1,953 data points
This data forms the table Census - Detailed birthplace for Auckland by local board area (%) 2013.
Dataset originally released on:
April 02, 2014
Purpose of collection
Data from this variable is used to:
- provide useful indicators of the social and economic status of immigrants
- provide information about cultural diversity within communities and aid in planning for services by local authorities
- develop, monitor, and evaluate settlement programmes for immigrants.