Kōrero: Central and South-eastern Europeans

Whārangi 5. Facts and figures

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Country of birth

The New Zealand census figures listed here show the number of residents born in Central or South-eastern Europe.

Albania

  • 1951 census: 2
  • 2001 census: 63
  • 2006 census: 108
  • 2013 census: 90

Austria

  • 1921 census: 208
  • 1951 census: 454
  • 1976 census: 1,087
  • 2001 census: 1,203
  • 2006 census: 1,338
  • 2013 census: 1,290

Bulgaria

  • 1921 census: 5
  • 1951 census: 8
  • 1976 census: 161
  • 2001 census: 504
  • 2006 census: 741
  • 2013 census: 768

Czechoslovakia

  • 1921 census: 118
  • 1951 census: 357
  • 1976 census: 663

Czech Republic

  • 2001 census: 663
  • 2006 census: 894
  • 2013 census: 1,284

Serbia

  • 2013 census: 1,065

Slovakia

  • 2001 census: 141
  • 2006 census: 264
  • 2013 census: 333

Romania

  • 1921 census: 24
  • 1951 census: 58
  • 1976 census: 647
  • 2001 census: 918
  • 2006 census: 2,283
  • 2013 census: 2,232

Ethnic identity

In the 2006 and 2013 censuses, people were asked to indicate the ethnic group with which they identified. The numbers include those who indicated more than one group.

  • Austrian: 993 (2006); 1,029 (2013)
  • Romanian: 1,554 (2006); 1,455 (2013)
  • Czech Republic: 753 (2006); 1,083 (2013)
Me pēnei te tohu i te whārangi:

John Wilson, 'Central and South-eastern Europeans - Facts and figures', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/mi/central-and-south-eastern-europeans/page-5 (accessed 6 July 2020)

He kōrero nā John Wilson, i tāngia i te 8 Feb 2005, updated 25 Mar 2015