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Description Population of New Zealand over time. Census night population figures are shown in black up to 2006, and nine different projections of the estimated resident population are shown in red from 2007-2061.
Date 2008-01-18
Source The chart is self-made. The figures are from Statistics New Zealand's Demographic Trends 2006 (Table 1.02) and National Population Projections: 2006 (base) – 2061.
Author Avenue ( Avenue)
This chart was created with R.


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