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Masterton District

Current population estimate

The official population of the Masterton District as of the 30th June 2014, is 24,200.

Populations are counted and estimated in various ways. The most comprehensive count of the New Zealand population is derived from the Census of Populations and Dwellings conducted by Statistics New Zealand every 5 years.

The census night population count of an area in New Zealand is a count of all people present in that area on a given census night. This count includes visitors from elsewhere in New Zealand and visitors from overseas who are counted in that area on census night, but excludes residents of that area who are temporarily elsewhere in New Zealand or overseas on census night. However the Census count is not the official population of an area.

To provide a more accurate population figure which is updated more frequently than every 5 years, Statistics New Zealand also produces Estimated Resident Population numbers.

The estimated resident population of New Zealand, or an area in New Zealand, is an estimate of all people who usually live in that area at a given date. It is based on the census usually resident population count, updated for residents missed or counted more than once by the census (net census undercount); residents temporarily overseas on census night; and births, deaths and net migration between census night and the date of the estimate.

The population counts published from the census are not comparable with the estimated resident population.

Estimated resident population figures are updated annually as at 30 June, taking into account births, deaths, internal and overseas migration. In addition, after every Census, estimated resident population figures for the 5 previous years are "backcast", using information from the current Census, to ensure the most accurate figures are available.

Estimated Resident Population (ERP)
Masterton District
Year (ending June 30)NumberChange in numberChange in percent
199623,300----
199723,300----
199823,300----
199923,200-100-0.4
200023,200----
200123,200----
200223,300+100+0.4
200323,300----
200423,300----
200523,300----
200623,200-100-0.4
200723,200----
200823,300+100+0.4
200923,500+200+0.9
201023,700+200+0.8
201124,000+300+1.3
201224,100+100+0.4
201324,100----
201424,200+100+0.4

Source: Statistics New Zealand, Subnational Population Estimates - information releases for June 30th June 2013. Compiled and presented in profile.id by .id , the population experts.

Estimated Resident Population (ERP)
Estimated Resident Population (ERP) 2014, Masterton District: 24,200 2013, Masterton District: 24,100 2012, Masterton District: 24,100 2011, Masterton District: 24,000 2010, Masterton District: 23,700 2009, Masterton District: 23,500 2008, Masterton District: 23,300 2007, Masterton District: 23,200 2006, Masterton District: 23,200 2005, Masterton District: 23,300 2004, Masterton District: 23,300 2003, Masterton District: 23,300 2002, Masterton District: 23,300 2001, Masterton District: 23,200 2000, Masterton District: 23,200 1999, Masterton District: 23,200 1998, Masterton District: 23,300 1997, Masterton District: 23,300 1996, Masterton District: 23,300
Source: Statistics New Zealand, Subnational Population Estimates - information releases for June 30th June 2013 and earlier issues. Compiled and presented by .id, the population experts.
Annual change in Estimated Resident Population (ERP)
Annual change in Estimated Resident Population (ERP) 2014, Percentage change: +0.4% 2013, Percentage change: 0% 2012, Percentage change: +0.4% 2011, Percentage change: +1.3% 2010, Percentage change: +0.8% 2009, Percentage change: +0.9% 2008, Percentage change: +0.4% 2007, Percentage change: 0% 2006, Percentage change: -0.4% 2005, Percentage change: 0% 2004, Percentage change: 0% 2003, Percentage change: 0% 2002, Percentage change: +0.4% 2001, Percentage change: 0% 2000, Percentage change: 0% 1999, Percentage change: -0.4% 1998, Percentage change: 0% 1997, Percentage change: 0% 2014, Change in number: +100 2013, Change in number: 0 2012, Change in number: +100 2011, Change in number: +300 2010, Change in number: +200 2009, Change in number: +200 2008, Change in number: +100 2007, Change in number: 0 2006, Change in number: -100 2005, Change in number: 0 2004, Change in number: 0 2003, Change in number: 0 2002, Change in number: +100 2001, Change in number: 0 2000, Change in number: 0 1999, Change in number: -100 1998, Change in number: 0 1997, Change in number: 0
Source: Statistics New Zealand, Subnational Population Estimates - information releases for June 30th June 2013 and earlier issues. Compiled and presented by .id, the population experts.
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