Population - Historical and projected net migration in Auckland by Local Board Area 1982–2043
Historical births: Live births to mothers resident in the area by year of registration.
Historical deaths: Deaths of people resident in the area by year of registration.
Projected births: Projected annual average live births occurring in each five-year period from medium projection of Subnational Population Projections, 2013(base)–2043, published February 2015.
Projected deaths: Projected annual average deaths occurring in each 5-year period from medium projection of Subnational Population Projections, 2013(base)–2043, published February 2015.
Net migration: Estimated by subtracting estimate natural increase (births minus deaths) from estimated population change for each period. Projected data from Subnational Population projections, 2013(base)–2043, published February 2015. Net migration includes external or international migration (movement between countries) and internal migration (movement between areas of New Zealand).
Assumptions made about future migration are not simple extrapolations of historical trends. For example, in some areas the population is insufficient to sustain net migration losses similar to the past, so smaller net migration outflows are assumed in the future.
The original spreadsheet was re-formatted by Figure.NZ due to processing requirements.
Data provided by
Local Population Trends: National and Subnational tables (f)
Import & extraction details
File as imported: Local Population Trends: National and Subnational tables (f)
From the dataset Local Population Trends: National and Subnational tables (f), this data was extracted:
- Sheet: Subnational graphs
- Provided: 1,638 data points
Dataset originally released on:
November 18, 2015
About this dataset
This dataset shows future trends in population size, population age structure, births, deaths and net migration for each territorial authority, regional council area, and the Auckland local boards, as well as for New Zealand as a whole.
Estimated resident population: The estimated resident population is higher than the census usually resident population count because the estimates make an allowance for net census undercount and residents who are temporarily overseas at the time of the census. They also have a different reference date – 5 March for the 2013 Census and 30 June for population estimates.