These graphs show the non-Māori population structure by age group and gender, and how it has changed since the mid-19th century. Features which stand out include the significant age and gender imbalances in 1864, the high proportion of children during the late 19th century and the post-Second World War baby boom, and the ageing population shown in the graphs for 1986 and 2006.
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Source: Statistics New Zealand
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