What will NZ population be in 10 years?

What will NZ population be in 10 years?

Auckland’s population could expand by another 300,000 people by 2033. Auckland’s burgeoning population could rise from around 1.7 million people to 2 million by the early 2030s, according to Stats New Zealand.

What is New Zealand’s fastest growing city?

Mangawhai, Kaipara. Located 80 minutes north of Auckland, Mangawhai is one of the fastest-growing towns in the fastest-growing economic region of New Zealand. The population has doubled to over 10,000 people since 2006, and is forecast to rise by another 15,000 residents over the next 20 years.

Which population will be the largest by 2050?

Most populous nations by 2050 and 2100

Country Population (millions)
2020 2050
China 1,439 1,402
India 1,380 1,639
United States 331 379

What will New Zealands population be in 2030?

5.94 million
New Zealand’s population (5.09 million in 2020) has a 90 percent probability of increasing to 5.13–5.51 million in 2025 and to 5.19–5.94 million in 2030.

Is New Zealand losing population?

New Zealand saw slowing population growth across all regions, with the national rate dropping from 2.2 percent in 2020 to 0.6 this year – the lowest it has been since 2012. The population decreased in the Auckland, West Coast, and Southland regions, and other regions experienced lower growth, he said.

Is New Zealand’s population increasing or decreasing?

New Zealand’s total population increased by 32,400 in the year ended June 2021. As the graph below shows, this was a significant drop in comparison to the years previous, with 2019 totalling 78,600 and 2020 totalling 111,000.

What is the nicest city in New Zealand?

  1. Queenstown. Queenstown was undoubtedly the highlight of my trip.
  2. Auckland. Auckland is New Zealand’s biggest city, with over 1.5 million people residing there.
  3. Wellington. Wellington is New Zealand’s capital, so it is naturally one of the best cities to live in New Zealand.
  4. Tauranga.
  5. Napier.

What year will we reach 10 billion?

With the world’s population growing by about 80 million a year, the 7.7 billion people on Earth is likely to be closer to 10 billion by 2050, when demand for food could be 70 per cent higher than it was in 2014.

What will Australia’s population be in 2100?

42.9 million people
In 2100, the Australian population is projected to be 42.9 million people equivalent to a more than 10-fold increase since 1900 and a more than doubling during the 21st century.

What will Canada’s population be in 2050?

In this projected future, Canada’s population is 49.7 million, the 48th most populous country in the world, down 10 spots from what it is now at number 38.

What are the National Population projections for New Zealand?

National population projections give an indication of New Zealand’s future resident population. In the short-term the projections indicate: annual population growth has a 50 percent probability of being between 0.5 and 0.9 percent in 2021 and between 0.5 and 1.2 percent in 2022

What will New Zealand’s population look like in 2048?

Combined, the three territorial authorities had a population of 508,400 in 2018 – 10.4 per cent of the national total. By 2033, the combined population is projected to be 592,200 – again 10.4 per cent of the New Zealand population. For 2048, the figures are 653,000 and 10.5 per cent. Wellington looks a bit more shaky.

How will Auckland’s population grow in the future?

The medium projection for the Auckland Council area is for it to grow from 1,654,800 people in 2018, to 2,001,800 in 2033, and to 2,302,900 by 2048. That would require an average growth rate of 1.1 per cent a year over the three decades covered by the projections.

What will the population be like in the 2060s?

The population would reach 7 million in the mid-2050s and 8 million by the end of 2060s with a total fertility rate of 2.3 births per woman (very high fertility, see Fertility on Datainfo+ for definitions). The very high fertility scenario would produce a much younger age structure compared with all other scenarios.