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Structure of the Report

The Social Report is organised into three sections.

The first part of the Report, the People section, provides background and contextual information on the size and composition of the New Zealand population.

The second section is the core of the Report and is organised around the 10 outcome domains listed earlier. Within each domain, information is presented for several indicators showing how well New Zealanders are doing.

The final section, the Summary, looks across the Report and reviews how social outcomes have changed since the mid-1990s, how New Zealand compares with other OECD countries, and how different population groups are faring.

Information at the regional and territorial authority levels is available separately on this website.