Electorate profiles – historical, 2011

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Mana: People

Population Summary

Numbers and Percent Change
Usually Resident Population 2006 Census 65,241
Usually Resident Population 2001 Census 63,249
Increase 2001-06 1,992
Percent Increase 2001-06 3
Percent Increase 2001-06, New Zealand 8

Age Groups of the Usually Resident Population

Mana New Zealand
Number % Rank * %
Age 0-4 Years 5,325 8.2 6 6.8
Age 5-14 Years 11,115 17.0 9 14.7
Age 15-19 Years 5,202 8.0 17 7.5
Age 20-29 Years 7,245 11.1 36 12.7
Age 30-49 Years 19,623 30.1 26 29.4
Age 50-64 Years 10,413 16.0 40 16.5
Age 65 Years and Over 6,327 9.7 48 12.3
Total 65,241 100.0 100.0
Median Age (Years) 34 45
Total 18 Years and Over 45,399 69.6 73.8
Total Males 31,530 48.3 48.8
Total Females 33,711 51.7 51.2

The median age for New Zealand as a whole is 35 years.

Ethnic Groups of the Usually Resident Population

Mana New Zealand
Number % Rank * %
European 38,703 62.1 48 67.6
Māori 11,487 18.4 15 14.6
Pacific Peoples 12,972 20.8 4 6.9
Asian 2,919 4.7 33 9.2
Middle Eastern/Latin American/African 291 0.5 35 0.9
Other (incl New Zealander) 6,144 9.9 42 11.2
Total Specified 62,316 100.0 100.0
Not Elsewhere Indicated 2,925 4.7 4.3

People reporting themselves in more than one category have been counted in each, so the sum of responses in the table may be greater than the number of people responding.

Birthplace of Usually Resident New Zealand Population

Mana New Zealand
Number % Rank * %
New Zealand 47,817 73.3 39 73.5
Overseas 14,157 21.7 25 21.8
Not Specified 3,264 5.0 4.7
Total 65,241 100.0 100.0

Birthplace and Years Since Arrival in New Zealand, for Overseas Born

Mana New Zealand
Number % Rank * %
UK and Ireland
under 5 Yrs 843 6.0 39 5.8
5 - 9 Yrs 330 2.3 37 2.2
10 - 19 Yrs 561 4.0 22 3.0
20 Yrs and over 2,919 20.6 32 16.8
Total UK and Ireland 4,770 33.7 33 28.6
Pacific Islands
under 5 Yrs 684 4.8 8 3.3
5 - 9 Yrs 630 4.4 7 2.5
10 - 19 Yrs 981 6.9 5 3.5
20 Yrs and over 2,241 15.8 2 4.8
Total Pacific Islands 5,028 35.5 4 15.4
North East Asia (1)
under 5 Yrs 228 1.6 53 7.3
5 - 9 Yrs 78 0.6 55 3.6
10 - 19 Yrs 60 0.4 61 3.3
20 Yrs and over 57 0.4 39 0.6
Total North-East Asia; 435 3.1 54 15.4
Overseas Born
under 5 Yrs 2,805 19.8 61 30.9
5 - 9 Yrs 1,719 12.1 41 16.2
10 - 19 Yrs 2,385 16.8 25 17.0
20 Yrs and over 6,489 45.8 13 31.5
Total Overseas Born 14,160 100.0 100.0

(1) North East Asia includes China, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan.

Languages Spoken

Mana New Zealand
Number % Rank * %
English 59,133 90.6 46 91.2
Māori 3,183 4.9 19 3.9
NZ Sign 426 0.7 20 0.6
Samoan 5,088 7.8 4 2.1
Other 6,375 9.8 31 12.6
None 1,365 2.1 17 1.9
Total People 65,241 100.0 100.0

People reporting themselves in more than one category have been counted in each, so the sum of responses in the table may be greater than the number of people responding.

Highest Qualifications of the Population aged 15 years and over

Mana New Zealand
Number % Rank * %
No Qualification 10,488 21.5 40 22.4
Level 1 Certificate Gained at School 6,045 12.4 37 12.2
Level 2 Certificate Gained at School 4,671 9.6 5 8.3
Level 3 or 4 Certificate Gained at School 2,358 4.8 29 5.4
Overseas Secondary School Qualification 2,271 4.7 31 5.5
Level 1, 2 or 3 Certificate Gained Post-school 2,295 4.7 8 4.1
Level 4 Certificate Gained Post-school 4,158 8.5 41 9.1
Level 5 Diploma 1,764 3.6 25 3.5
Level 6 Diploma 2,637 5.4 18 5.0
Bachelor Degree and Level 7 Qualifications 4,713 9.7 24 10.0
Post-Graduate and Honours Degree 906 1.9 22 1.8
Masters Degree 942 1.9 23 1.9
Doctorate Degree 204 0.4 27 0.5
Not Specified 5,349 11.0 22 10.4
Total 48,804 100.0 100.0

Ethnic Group of School Pupils

Mana New Zealand
Number % Rank * %
European 5,214 42.9 51 57.4
Māori 3,232 26.6 18 21.6
Pacific Peoples 3,133 25.7 5 9.3
Asian 430 3.5 33 8.3
Other 122 1.0 44 2.1
Overseas 37 0.3 57 1.4
Total Roll 12,168 100.0 100.0

Prepared from Ministry of Education data.

Iwi Affiliations

Iwi Number
Ngāti Porou 2,526
Ngāpuhi 1,746
Ngāti Tūwharetoa 885
Ngāti Toarangatira (Te Whanganui-a-Tara/Wgt) 828
Ngāi Tahu / Kāi Tahu 813
Tūhoe 783
Ngāti Raukawa (Horowhenua/Manawatū) 648
Ngāti Kahungunu ki Te Wairoa 606
Te Atiawa (Taranaki) 558
Ngāti Maniapoto 540
Ngāti Kahungunu region unspecified 462
Te Arawa 360
Te Whānau-a-Apanui 354
Waikato 348
Ngāti Raukawa region unspecified 306
Te Ati Haunui-a-Pāpārangi 297
Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa 273
Ngāti Ruanui 261
Ngāti Awa 249
Te Atiawa region unspecified 225
Whakatōhea 207
Ngaiterangi 189
Taranaki 186
Ngāti Toa region unspecified 183
Ngāti Kahungunu ki Heretaunga 171
Hapū Affiliated to More Than One Iwi 165
Te Rarawa 159
Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki 153
Ngā Ruahine 150
Tainui 144

These are the top 30 Iwi for the Mana electorate. People reporting themselves in more than one iwi have been counted in each, so the sum of responses in the table may be greater than the number of people.

Religious Affiliations

Mana New Zealand
Number % Rank * %
Buddhist 750 1.2 29 1.4
Christian 34,719 57.6 13 54.2
- Anglican 7,878 13.1 43 14.8
- Baptist 879 1.5 30 1.5
- Brethren 264 0.4 28 0.5
- Catholic 9,588 15.9 8 13.6
- Christian (not further defined) 3,507 5.8 11 5.0
- Congregational/Reformed 909 1.5 4 0.4
- Jehovahs Witnesses 300 0.5 24 0.5
- Latter Day Saints 1,299 2.2 8 1.2
- Methodist 1,470 2.4 47 3.3
- Pentecostal 1,752 2.9 9 2.1
- Presbyterian 5,931 9.8 26 10.3
- Salvation Army 294 0.5 7 0.3
- Seventh Day Adventist 549 0.9 4 0.4
Hindu 531 0.9 30 1.7
Islam/Muslim 531 0.9 26 1.0
Judaism/Jewish 96 0.2 22 0.2
Māori Christian 1,065 1.8 19 1.8
- Ratana 822 1.4 18 1.4
- Ringatū 270 0.4 12 0.4
Spiritualism and New Age Religions 336 0.6 25 0.5
Other Religions 243 0.4 45 0.7
Residual Categories 8,571 14.2 28 14.3
No Religion 20,091 33.3 46 34.6
Total Specified 60,276 100.0 100.0

People reporting themselves in more than one category have been counted in each, so the sum of responses in the table may be greater than the number of people responding.

* Rank 1 (high) to 63 (low) among general electorates. Ranks are of % in each group. Some totals may differ due to rounding.

All tables prepared from Statistics New Zealand 2006 Census data, unless otherwise noted.

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