IMD18

Interactive maps of deprivation in New Zealand in 2018

Use interactive maps to zoom into an area of interest to see its deprivation profile, filter by a particular level of deprivation, compare neighbourhoods or explore different dimensions of deprivation.

Deprivation maps of 20 DHB areas using the IMD18

Maps of deprivation in the 20 District Health Board areas showing the geographic distribution of overall IMD18 deprivation as well as the distribution of seven domains of deprivation: Employment, Income, Crime, Housing, Health, Education and Access to services.

Deprivation maps of New Zealand’s 20 District Health Board areas in 2018 (11 MB each, PDF)

Geocoding addresses and generating deprivation profiles for selected geographic areas using IMD18

An advanced interactive map allows you to geocode single addresses or batches of addresses and generates a deprivation profile for selected geographic areas (e.g. Mt Albert GED, Thames-Coromandel District, Southland DHB, Canterbury Region) using IMD18 and its seven domains. You can also use this map to search on a single address (e.g. your home address).

IMD13

Interactive maps of deprivation in New Zealand in 2013

Use interactive maps to zoom into an area of interest to see its deprivation profile, filter by a particular level of deprivation, compare neighbourhoods or explore different dimensions of deprivation.

Geocoding addresses and generating deprivation profiles for selected geographic areas using IMD13

This advanced interactive map allows you to geocode single or batch addresses and generates a deprivation profile for selected geographic areas (e.g. Mt Albert GED, Thames-Coromandel District, Southland DHB, Canterbury Region) using IMD13. You can also use this map to search on a single address (e.g. your home address).

OPIMD13

Interactive maps of deprivation among older people in New Zealand

Use the interactive maps to zoom into an area of interest to see its OPIMD profile in terms of overall deprivation and six domains: income, housing, health, assets, connectedness, and access to services. Filter by a particular level of deprivation, compare neighbourhoods or explore different dimensions of deprivation among older people such as housing or connectedness.

Interactive maps of median OPIMD ranks at the data zone level in 2013 for 5,958 small areas in New Zealand called data zones. The interactive maps allow users to zoom into areas of interest, compare neighbourhoods and explore different domains of deprivation, or to filter by a particular level of deprivation or by DHB, General Electoral District or Territorial Authority.

The maps show overall OPIMD deprivation and six domains of deprivation (Income, Housing, Health, Assets, Connectedness and Access to services) using the median rank of the individuals aged 65 and over in each data zone. Ranks range from 1 (the least deprived) to 5,958 (the most deprived).

Single Map

This interface includes a map, a histogram, a line plot and tables. Users can explore the OPIMD and its domains at the data zone level or they can filter by DHB, General Electoral District or Territorial Authority. Each data zone in New Zealand receives a rank from 1 (the least deprived) to 5,958 (the most deprived).

Double map

This interface is suitable for side by side mapping, for example to compare two different domains of deprivation. It includes two maps, each with a histogram, a line plot and tables. Users can explore the OPIMD and its domains at the data zone level or they can filter by DHB, General Electoral District or Territorial Authority.

Statistics New Zealand Disclaimer

These results are not official statistics. They have been created for research purposes from the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI) which is carefully managed by Stats NZ. For more information about the IDI please visit https://www.stats.govt.nz/integrated-data The results are based in part on tax data supplied by Inland Revenue to Stats NZ under the Tax Administration Act 1994 for statistical purposes. Any discussion of data limitations or weaknesses is in the context of using the IDI for statistical purposes and is not related to the data’s ability to support Inland Revenue’s core operational requirements.