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Table Of Poverty Indicator Project Results

Table Of Poverty Indicator Project Results


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1st Quarter 2002 Summary All Agencies
:::Southland Foodbank:::PS Otago:::Christchurch City Mission:::Wellington DCM:::Palmerston North Foodbank:::Hamilton Combined :::Manukau Salvation Army

FOODBANK PROFILE:::::::::::::::::::::
Avg. number of Applicants Per month:::34:::148:::402:::80:::120:::163:::212
Total number of applicants counted in survey:::102:::443:::241:::239:::360:::489:::127
Total Number of people assisted / living in same residence:::339:::1197:::666:::394:::1223:::1770:::2630
% of Total Assisted aged under 18:::61%:::36%:::57%:::35%:::51%:::45%:::61%
% of applicants visiting foodbank more than once over Pilot:::0%:::38%:::NR:::18%:::20%:::23%:::38%

DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE:::::::::::::::::::::
% of Pacific Island respondents:::0%:::4%:::1%:::6%:::4%:::4%:::33%
% of Maori respondents:::17%:::19%:::23%:::30%:::40%:::60%:::46%
% of respondents who are female:::79%:::57%:::56%:::38%:::60%:::69%:::75%
% of respondents who are sole parents:::53%:::32%:::36%:::15%:::40%:::40%:::54%
% of respondents who are single:::21%:::36%:::38%:::69%:::28%:::21%:::14%
% of respondents under 25 years old:::12%:::22%:::17%:::22%:::26%:::21%:::17%

INCOME:::::::::::::::::::::
Median Household Net Income (respondents):::$323:::$271:::$260:::$174:::$254:::$282:::$320
Median Household Income less Median Housing Costs (respondents):::$217:::$157:::$140:::$74:::$124:::$152:::$170
% respondent households that receive income solely from benefits:::78%:::78%:::89%:::85%:::84%:::84%:::83%
% of households that receive some wage income (respondents):::22%:::22%:::11%:::15%:::16%:::16%:::18%
% of respondents indicating they receive the Accommodation Supplement:::45%:::41%:::63%:::48%:::35%:::NR:::27%
% of respondents with community service card:::97%:::79%:::93%:::86%:::84%:::87%:::94%

HOUSING:::::::::::::::::::::
% of respondents in State Housing, Private Rental or City Council Accommodation:::74%:::74%:::82%:::70%:::82%:::81%:::83%
% of respondents in state housing:::12%:::15%:::19%:::9%:::23%:::32%:::41%
Median housing cost (respondents):::$106:::$114:::$120:::$100:::$130:::$130:::$150
% of respondents spending less than 25% of their income on housing:::27%:::12%:::13%:::2%:::14%:::11%:::18%
% of respondents spending more than 50% of their income on housing:::5%:::29%:::45%:::60%:::48%:::50%:::50%
% of respondents living in accommodation where there are more than 2 people per bedroom:::9%:::NR:::8%:::3%:::4%:::9%:::15%
% of applicants that had moved more than once over the past two years:::29%:::40%:::57%:::31%:::55%:::14%:::25%
% of respondents living in temporary situation:::3%:::2%:::2%:::3%:::1%:::5%:::3%

(UNDER) EMPLOYMENT:::::::::::::::::::::
% of households that receive only wage income:::11%:::9%:::3%:::9%:::11%:::13%:::9%
% of employed, employed on casual/part-time basis:::0 of 10 (0%):::7 of 195 (4%):::1 of 14 (7%):::2 of 20 (10%):::0 of 40 (0%):::2 of 18 (11%):::0 of 7 (0%)
% of unemployed & seeking work, unemployed for more than 6 months:::20 of 27 (74%):::95 of 122 (78%):::2 of 4 (50%):::39 of 51 (76%):::63 of 95 (66%):::76 of 86 (88%):::22 of 31 (71%)
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DEBT AND ARREARS:::::::::::::::::::::
% of applicants in debt:::70%:::75%:::90%:::49%:::92%:::26%:::73%
% of applicants in debt to WINZ:::48%:::48%:::72%:::40%:::51%:::22%:::54%
Number with repayments to WINZ greater than $40 per week:::2:::4:::14:::1:::5:::8:::9
% of applicants in arrears on utility bills:::30%:::34%:::80%:::12%:::28%:::8%:::64%
% of applicants in arrears with electricity bill:::18%:::27%:::75%:::8%:::19%:::5%:::50%
Number without phone in their house:::26:::38:::136:::15:::155:::78:::10
% of applicants not up to date with housing payments:::9%:::36%:::19%:::10%:::85%:::7%:::19%
Summary of Change for All Agencies between 4th Quarter 2001 & 1st Quarter 2002 and Annual Change
:::Southland Foodbank:::PS Otago:::Christchurch City Mission:::Wellington DCM:::Palmerston North Foodbank:::Hamilton Combined:::Manukau Salvation Army
:::Qtr:::Yr:::Qtr:::Yr:::Qtr:::Yr:::Qtr:::Yr:::Qtr:::Yr:::Qtr:::Yr:::Qtr:::Yr

FOODBANK PROFILE::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Avg. number of Applicants Per month:::-3:::-23:::-5:::-42:::NR:::0:::5:::9:::11:::-10:::2:::114:::-38:::-105
Total number of applicants counted in survey:::-10:::-69:::-14:::-125:::111:::0:::16:::27:::32:::-29:::7:::440:::52:::32
Total Number of people assisted / living in same residence:::-11:::-181:::NR:::-466:::NR:::-103:::-11:::-2:::59:::-133:::-17:::1580:::330:::-1800
% of Total Assisted aged under 18:::4%:::7%:::NR:::-7%:::12%:::NR:::-4%:::-23%:::-2%:::1%:::-1%:::-17%:::6%:::NR
% of applicants visiting foodbank more than once over Pilot:::0%:::-12%:::1%:::20%:::NR:::NR:::4%:::-1%:::6%:::-2%:::0%:::NR:::-22%:::31%

DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
% of Pacific Island respondents:::-2%:::-3%:::1%:::1%:::-1%:::0%:::0%:::-2%:::1%:::1%:::1%:::4%:::3%:::10%
% of Maori respondents:::1%:::-1%:::2%:::-1%:::5%:::-4%:::1%:::1%:::-2%:::-2%:::0%:::7%:::-4%:::-16%
% of respondents who are female:::4%:::6%:::6%:::-2%:::-7%:::-1%:::-1%:::5%:::1%:::0%:::4%:::-15%:::-5%:::2%
% of respondents who are sole parents:::9%:::3%:::4%:::-4%:::-2%:::-17%:::0%:::5%:::-5%:::-2%:::-3%:::-9%:::10%:::16%
% of respondents who are single:::-8%:::-4%:::-4%:::-5%:::5%:::-6%:::5%:::-3%:::1%:::-8%:::0%:::12%:::-6%:::4%
% of respondents under 25 years old:::-8%:::-6%:::1%:::-2%:::4%:::0%:::2%:::3%:::1%:::-4%:::0%:::6%:::-5%:::-7%

INCOME::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Median Household Net Income (respondents):::$23:::$23:::$36:::$26:::-$6:::$51:::-$18:::-$1:::-$6:::-$2:::$1:::-$28:::$4:::-$6
Median Household Income less Median Housing Costs (respondents):::$19:::$23:::$22:::$28:::$4:::$56:::-$18:::-$6:::-$16:::-$10:::$1:::$10:::$14:::$39
% respondent households that receive income solely from benefits:::3%:::-9%:::-2%:::-8%:::0%:::8%:::8%:::-7%:::-3%:::-3%:::-4%:::-2%:::-3%:::8%
% of households that receive some wage income (respondents):::-3%:::9%:::2%:::8%:::0%:::-3%:::-8%:::7%:::3%:::5%:::4%:::2%:::3%:::-8%
% of respondents indicating they receive the Accommodation Supplement:::7%:::2%:::7%:::-13%:::-6%:::-3%:::7%:::7%:::4%:::-14%:::NR:::NR:::1%:::-12%
% of respondents with community service card:::0%:::17%:::11%:::-16%:::-2%:::-7%:::2%:::2%:::3%:::-3%:::4%:::-13%:::0%:::9%

HOUSING::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
% of respondents in State Housing, Private Rental or City Council Accommodation:::0%:::0%:::-2%:::-4%:::-8%:::-7%:::-18%:::7%:::-1%:::2%:::-2%:::-5%:::-4%:::-4%
% of respondents in state housing:::-3%:::3%:::2%:::1%:::3%:::0%:::-4%:::-4%:::1%:::5%:::0%:::10%:::5%:::6%
Median housing cost (respondents):::$4:::$0:::$14:::-$2:::-$10:::-$5:::$0:::$5:::$10:::$8:::$0:::-$38:::-$10:::-$45
% of respondents spending less than 25% of their income on housing:::11%:::16%:::0%:::4%:::4%:::5%:::-11%:::-12%:::3%:::3%:::1%:::-1%:::-2%:::10%
% of respondents spending more than 50% of their income on housing:::-5%:::-11%:::-4%:::-8%:::-4%:::-17%:::15%:::10%:::3%:::-2%:::4%:::6%:::3%:::-9%
% of respondents living in accommodation - more than 2 people per bedroom:::3%:::8%:::NR:::NR:::2%:::-1%:::-1%:::-4%:::-2%:::-4%:::3%:::1%:::6%:::-1%
% of applicants that had moved more than once over the past two years:::-7%:::-13%:::-2%:::2%:::4%:::0%:::3%:::0%:::3%:::3%:::-4%:::-45%:::7%:::-15%
% of respondents living in temporary situation:::2%:::-1%:::-1%:::-1%:::2%:::-4%:::1%:::-11%:::0%:::-3%:::1%:::5%:::0%:::-1%

(UNDER) EMPLOYMENT::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
% of households that receive only wage income:::-4%:::2%:::1%:::5%:::1%:::-1%:::-7%:::3%:::4%:::9%:::6%:::6%:::2%:::-2%
% of employed, employed on casual/part-time basis:::-8%:::-14%:::-1%:::-50%:::7%:::-56%:::-29%:::-37%:::-4%:::-53%:::-8%:::-22%:::0%:::-26%
% of unemployed & seeking work, unemployed for more than 6 months:::15%:::74%:::0%:::17%:::0%:::-16%:::42%:::3%:::-7%:::-7%:::6%:::25%:::-3%:::10%

DEBT AND ARREARS::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
% of applicants in debt:::-6%:::-2%:::0%:::-8%:::4%:::3%:::7%:::-11%:::0%:::2%:::-3%:::-64%:::13%:::-5%
% of applicants in debt to WINZ:::3%:::5%:::-1%:::-8%:::3%:::-1%:::6%:::-6%:::-2%:::10%:::-2%:::-52%:::14%:::2%

Number with repayments to WINZ greater than $40 per week:::2:::1:::-8:::-15:::8:::-3:::1:::-5:::0:::-3:::-3:::4:::6:::0
% of applicants in arrears on utility bills:::-3%:::0%:::-1%:::-60%:::26%:::-17%:::0%:::3%:::-6%:::-2%:::-4%:::-49%:::13%:::14%
% of applicants in arrears with electricity bill:::-3%:::-1%:::0%:::-66%:::26%:::-22%:::-3%:::2%:::-5%:::-2%:::-3%:::-34%:::9%:::11%
Number without phone in their house:::-8:::4:::-2:::38:::101:::31:::-9:::2:::49:::12:::4:::54:::2:::-12
% of applicants not up to date with housing payments:::3%:::-4%:::-1%:::31%:::0%:::-12%:::-5%:::1%:::4%:::1%:::-1%:::-40%:::0%:::-12%


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