Annual Report for the Year Ended 30 June 2010

Key Outcome Indicators

Māori Progress Since 2000

The diagram below shows key statistical findings on the progress of Māori and gives an overall view of the general progress Māori have made across the selected indicators since the year 2000. The most recent indicator values for Māori (200610) are compared with historical values (200002).1

The chart shows that Māori have made gains in the last decade across all the reported indicators, with the exceptions of home ownership and household income. The largest gains occurred in the areas of local government representation, secondary education, and tertiary education.

Knowledge of iwi affiliation Secondary education achievement Tertiary education achievement Life expectancy Employment Home ownershipHouseholdincomeMāori assetbase relativeto GDP TeReoMāoriuse TeReoMāori proficiency Voter turnout Māori Membersof Parliament Māori Local Councillors Māori position as treaty partner is secured and enhanced Māori succeeding as Māori Māori achieve enhanced levels of economic and social prosperity Māori prepared for future opportunities Māori 2000 – 2002 Māori 2006 – 2010

Note: The inner circle represents historic average outcomes for Māori for each indicator between 2000 and 2002, and the spokes represent the most recent average outcome between 2006 and 2010. Where a spoke falls outside the circle, the outcomes have improved since 200002. Where a spoke falls within the circle, outcomes have deteriorated since 200002.

The chart shows that Māori have made gains in the last decade across all the reported indicators, with the exceptions of home ownership and household income. The largest gains occurred in the areas of local government representation, secondary education, and tertiary education.

1. This analysis reflects comparisons based on data obtained at two points in time. It provides a simplistic trend analysis that reflects relative change rather than the absolute status of the indicators.

Key Indicators

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