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Number of children living in benefit-dependent households New Zealand 2013-2018

The number of children living in welfare benefit-dependent households in New Zealand amounted to 180.7 thousand in 2018. The quantification of child poverty in New Zealand is not reliably known. However, the number of children living in households that rely on welfare benefits as their main source of income can be used as an indicator of income poverty among children in the country.

Number of children living in benefit-dependent households in New Zealand from 2013 to 2018

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Release date

February 2019

Region

New Zealand

Survey time period

2013 to 2018

Special properties

as of December each year

Supplementary notes

Children aged 15 years and younger.

Values have been rounded.

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