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Gisborne

District in New Zealand

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The population development in Gisborne as well as related information and services (Wikipedia, Google, images).

GisborneDistrict47,16045,51045,94047,00048,500
New Zealand (Aotearoa)Country3,732,0003,880,5004,184,6004,442,1004,793,700

Source: Statistics New Zealand / Te Tari Tatau (web).

Explanation: Population estimates are adjusted for underenumeration and residents being temporarily overseas. The latest population figures are preliminary estimates.


Further Population Figures:

Gender (E 2017)
Males23,500
Females25,000
Age Groups (E 2017)
0-14 years11,700
15-64 years29,400
65+ years7,500
Age Distribution (E 2017)
0-9 years7,720
10-19 years7,340
20-29 years5,840
30-39 years5,160
40-49 years5,860
50-59 years6,200
60-69 years5,530
70-79 years3,140
80+ years1,710
Religion (C 2013)
Anglican7,995
Catholic3,192
Presbyterian etc.2,523
Maori Christian2,115
Other Christian5,529
Muslim96
Buddhist216
Hindu180
Other religion522
No religion15,030
Country of Birth (C 2013)
New Zealand36,093
Oceania1,056
Europe1,707
Asia537
Other country573
Ethnic Group (C 2013)
European24,504
Maori19,683
Pacific1,539
Asian975
Other group780

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