A Less Frequent Census for New Zealand?
New Zealand may take its census every five years instead of every 10 years, according to its statistics minister, who says a final decision has not been made. The national census, scheduled for 2011, was postponed until 2013 because of damage and disruption from a large earthquake.
New Zealand Cancels Its Census
New Zealand has canceled its planned 2011 census because of the major earthquake on the nation’s South Island on Feb. 22. The census, which is taken every five years, had been scheduled for March 8. Residents had the option of filling out forms online or on paper. In canceling the census, government officials said it […]