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This quick population growth has put a large strain upon our infrastructure, particularly the price of housing and traffic in Auckland, our largest city. Auckland’s population grew 2.9 per cent, the fastest growth in the country, in the 12 months ended June 2015. Sixty percent of that growth occurred in the Auckland Central West and Auckland Central East area units, which lie between the Northern Motorway and SH16 heading down to the port. With growth rates this small, it is unlikely that New Zealand will see large changes in their numbers.
So with that in mind, here’s a graph showing the last 115 years of urban population growth in Auckland, plus the projections for the next 30 years or so. Demography Auckland's median age and population distribution by age and gender from 2008- 2013, and five-yearly projections to 2043. The resident population of all statistical areas (level 2; SA2) in Auckland Main Urban Area according to official estimates. by Greg Ninness. Rapid population growth is exacerbating pressures, but it is not the root cause of Auckland’s growth challenge.
New Zealand: Auckland Contents: Statistical Areas. Auckland is confronted with a three-sided growth challenge. Since the 2013 census, very strong population growth has continued in these two area units, with the population in each area unit by June 2016 already exceeding Statistics NZ’s medium projections for 2023. Auckland population growth . There are not enough homes, there is growing traffic congestion and solving either problem is becoming increasingly unaffordable. Oakland is currently growing at a rate of 0.71% annually and its population has increased by 11.39% since the most recent census, which recorded a population of 390,724 in 2010. Spanning over 78 miles, Oakland has a population density of 7,787 people per square mile.The average household income in Oakland is $101,853 with a poverty rate of 17.63%.
Question: What is the population of Auckland? By 2043, the population of Auckland could make up 40 percent of New Zealand's population.