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Is defined as any lifestyle based on energy-saving and environmentally responsible behaviours....

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Housing costs in relation to household’s ability to meet those costs.

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Includes the physical quality of the area around a dwelling, but extends to the social and economic ...

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Refers to how often people move house (housing mobility) and other dimensions of security, such as...

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Is the extent to which dwellings meet the housing needs of households. This includes the ability of ...

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In the context of health experience, the International Classification of Functioning, Disability...

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Is defined as the physical condition of the dwelling (eg the dwelling’s structural soundness and...

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is whether or not a respondent was born in New Zealand, and if not how long they had been here. For ...

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is based on regional council areas, and grouped where necessary for analysis.

We combine the 16...

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is based on a respondent's own perception of their health status and functioning. This measure is...

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is the type of occupancy of a household in a private dwelling at the time of the survey. The...

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measures a person’s highest level of formal education, based on the New Zealand Register of Quality ...

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is based on the respondent’s self-assessment of their income (and their partner’s if applicable)....

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is derived by aggregating the total personal gross annual incomes of all members of the household....

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the respondent’s before-tax income in the previous 12 months. We collect it as an income range...

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a respondent’s position in the labour force in one of three groups: employed, unemployed, or not in ...

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age groupings that reflect the different experiences people have at different times in their lives...

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the ethnic group(s) that people identify with or feel they belong to. It is a measure of cultural...

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Family type: family composition within households (using level 1 of the New Zealand Classification...

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measures a person’s highest level of formal education. It uses the 13 categories provided by the...

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measures social connectedness. It refers to contact with a person in another household....

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calculates the proportion of the population living in crowded housing or who require one or more...

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is a respondent’s subjective perception of the difference between desired and achieved levels in...

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describes the two measures of wellbeing used in the Wellbeing statistics release. Overall life...

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is a self-reported measure of perceived discrimination. Respondents were asked if they felt they...

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