Auckland District Health Board



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Te Reo Māori


Table : People who can have a conversation about a lot of everyday things in te reo Māori, Auckland DHB, 2013

Māori

Non-Māori

Māori/non-Māori

ratio (95% CI)



Difference in percentage

Number

%

(95% CI)

Number

%

(95% CI)

5,562

17.3

(16.9,

17.7)

1,740

0.4

(0.4,

0.5)

39.14

(36.82,

41.61)

16.9

Source: 2013 Censuses, Statistics New Zealand
Notes: Percentages are age-standardised. Ratios in bold show a statistically significant difference between Māori and non-Māori.

According to the 2013 Census, a sixth (17%) of all Māori in Auckland and less than 1% of non-Māori (1,740 individuals) could have a conversation about a lot of everyday things in te reo Māori.

Table : Use of te reo Māori in the home, Māori aged 15 years and over, Auckland DHB, 2013

Language spoken at home

Auckland DHB

New Zealand

Estimated number

%

(95% CI)

%

(95% CI)

Māori is main language

S

S







2.6

(2.2,

3.0)

Māori is used regularly

4,000*

14.5*

(9.3,

19.7)

20.5

(19.2,

21.8)

Source: Te Kupenga 2013, Statistics New Zealand customised report.
Notes: * sampling error is 30% or more but less than 50%.
S shows data has been suppressed.

One in seven Māori adults (15%) use Māori language regularly in the home.


Access to marae


Table : Access to marae, Māori aged 15 years and over, Auckland DHB, 2013

Been to marae

Auckland DHB

New Zealand

Estimated number

%

(95% CI)

%

(95% CI)

At some time

29,000

91.6

(87.7,

95.5)

96.0

(95.5,

96.6)

In previous 12 months(1)

14,500

51.3

(43.8,

58.7)

58.2

(56.6,

59.7)

Ancestral marae at some time(2)

17,500

57.6

(50.9,

64.3)

62.3

(60.9,

63.7)

Ancestral marae in previous 12 months(3)

7,500

25.1

(19.3,

30.9)

33.6

(32.3,

34.9)

Like to go to ancestral marae more often(2)

11,500

56.6

(46.9,

66.3)

58.7

(56.7,

60.7)

Source: Te Kupenga 2013, Statistics New Zealand customised report.
Notes: (1) Those who had been to a marae at some time.
(2) Both those who knew and did not know their ancestral marae.
(3) Those who had been to any of their ancestral marae in the last 12 months.

In 2013, most Māori in Auckland (92%) had been to a marae, with half (51%) having been in the last 12 months. Around three-fifths (58%) had been to at least one of their ancestral marae, and a quarter (25%) had been in the last 12 months. Over half of Auckland Māori (57%) reported they would like to go more often.





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