2013 New Zealand census

The 2013 New Zealand census was the thirty-third national census. "The National Census Day" used for the census was on Tuesday, 5 March 2013. The population of New Zealand was counted as 4,242,048, – an increase of 214,101 or 5.3% over the 2006 census.[1]

Thirty-third Census of New Zealand

 2006 5 March 2013; 9 years ago (2013-03-05) 2018 

General information
CountryNew Zealand
Total population4,242,048 ( 5.3%)
Most populous regionAuckland (1,415,550)
Least populous regionWest Coast (32,148)

The 2013 census forms were the same as the forms developed for the 2011 census which was cancelled due to the February 2011 major earthquake in Christchurch. There were no new topics or questions. New Zealand's next census was conducted in March 2018.

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