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Quality of life survey 2020. Results for Auckland


Author:  
Jesse Allpress, Alison Reid, Nielsen
Source:  
Auckland Council Research and Evaluation Unit, Nielsen
Publication date:  
2021
Topics:  
People

Extract:

Background

The 2020 Quality of Life survey is a collaborative local government research project. The primary objective of the survey is to measure residents’ perceptions across a range of measures that impact on New Zealanders’ quality of life.

It contributes to public knowledge and research around quality of life and related factors in New Zealand. The results from the survey are used to help inform council policy and planning responses to population growth and change, as well as providing data for monitoring programmes.

Nine councils participated in the 2020 Quality of Life survey:

  • Auckland Council
  • Hamilton City Council
  • Tauranga City Council
  • Hutt City Council
  • Porirua City Council
  • Wellington City Council
  • Greater Wellington Regional Council
  • Christchurch City Council
  • Dunedin City Council. ...

Note about this report

This report focuses on Auckland results only. Results of the survey are presented by Auckland’s local board areas, broad ethnic groups, and age groups. The results for Auckland have been weighted to be representative of the wider population by age, gender, ethnicity and local board area. ...

Auckland Council technical report, TR2021/16

July 2021.

See also

Quality of life survey 2020. Topline report

Quality of life survey 2020. Technical report

Quality of Life Project