New release: Niue Household and Population Census 2017
Niue began conducting censuses in 1900, although census taking was unofficial. Censuses conducted from 1902 to 1945 were conducted underNew Zealand law and also by using the Cook Islands 1961 Census Regulations. Niue’s censuses from 1971 onwards were conducted under the 1971 Niue Census Ordinance. This Ordinance was later amended in 1978.
Census data provides the oficial count of people and households in Niue.
Every five years, the statistics office runs the census – the official count of the population and the dwellings in Niue. By asking for the assistance of the general public to complete the questions mainly about themselves and their household, we capture a snapshot of who is living (and visiting) Niue.
The census is the only survey in Niue that covers the whole population. It provides the most complete picture of life in Niue.
The data helps the government plan for the services they provide.
Below is a summary of censuses conducted from 1997 to 2017
Older census information
Censuses that were conducted from 1971 onwards, under the Census act of 1971, are only available in hardcopy only.
The Statistics Office are in the process of creating electronic copies.