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Māori Population Estimates: At 30 June 2017

Māori Population Estimates: At 30 June 2017 – tables

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Overview of the year ended June 2017
During the June 2017 year:
• The Māori population grew 10,900 (1.5 percent).
At 30 June 2017:
• New Zealand's estimated Māori population was 734,200, up 1.5 percent from the estimate for the previous year.
• There were 358,400 Māori males and 375,800 Māori females.
• The median ages for Māori males and females were 22.9 and 25.9 years, respectively.

The following tables are available from the ‘Downloads’ box. If you have problems viewing the files, see opening files and PDFs.

1. Total Māori estimated resident population of New Zealand, by single-year of age, five-year age group, broad age group, and median age, 1991–2017

2. Male Māori estimated resident population of New Zealand, by single-year of age, five-year age group, broad age group, and median age, 1991–2017

3. Female Māori estimated resident population of New Zealand, by single-year of age, five-year age group, broad age group, and median age, 1991–2017

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