You can find on this page the New Zealand population map to print and to download in PDF. The New Zealand population density map presents the number of inhabitants in relation to the country size and the structure of the population of New Zealand in Oceania.
The New Zealand population density map shows the number of inhabitants in relation to New Zealand size. This demographic map of New Zealand will allow you to know demography and structure of the population of New Zealand in Oceania. The New Zealand density map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
New Zealand ranks number 126 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by population. The population density in New Zealand is 18 per Km2 (47 people per mi2). The total land area is 263,310 Km2 (101,665 sq. miles). 86.9 % of the population is urban (4,191,405 people in 2020) as its mentioned in New Zealand population density map. The median age in New Zealand is 38.0 years.
The population of New Zealand is approximately 4.4 million as you can see in New Zealand population density map. The life expectancy of a New Zealand child born in 2008 was 82.4 years for females, and 78.4 years for males. Life expectancy at birth is forecast to increase from 80 years to 85 years in 2050 and infant mortality is expected to decline. New Zealand fertility rate of 2.1 is relatively high for a developed country, and natural births account for a significant proportion of population growth.
The majority of New Zealand population is of European descent (69 percent), with the indigenous Māori being the largest minority (14.6 percent), followed by Asians (9.2 percent) and non-Māori Pacific Islanders (6.9 percent) as its shown in New Zealand population density map. This is reflected in immigration, with most new migrants coming from the United Kingdom and Ireland, although the numbers from Asia are increasing. In 2001 an estimated 460,000 New Zealanders live abroad, mostly in Australia, representing nearly one-quarter of the highly-skilled worker force.