The Living Standards Framework Dashboard: Our country, Our future and Our people

The Living Standards Framework Dashboard provides indicators and analysis that the Treasury uses to inform its advice about wellbeing priorities.

Click on the boxes below or the sidebar menu to access each of the three sections:

For more detailed information about the LSF Dashboard see Living Standards Framework: Dashboard Update.

Introduction to Our people


Our people presents an analysis of New Zealanders’ wellbeing across the LSF domains.

It uses a single data source: the New Zealand General Social Survey (GSS). The GSS provides a way to look at a person’s wellbeing across multiple domains, and start to understand the relationships between the LSF domains. This complements the approach in Our country and Our future, which present indicators for the domains and capitals drawn from a wide range of data sources.

For each LSF domain, we have used relevant GSS questions to categorise each person as having low, medium or high wellbeing for that domain. This means that for each person in the 2014 and 2016 surveys, we have measures of their wellbeing across the LSF domains.

Multidimensional wellbeing

Population comparison spider chart.

Compares the current wellbeing of different population groups, across the LSF domains, by looking at how many people have high or low wellbeing.

Explore Multidimensional wellbeing

Relationships between LSF domains

Domain comparison heatmap.

Explores how often people with low or high wellbeing in one domain also have low or high wellbeing in other domains.

Explore Relationships between LSF domains

Data and definitions

Domain stacked bar chart.

Outlines how low, medium and high wellbeing are defined for each domain from the GSS data, and shows how many New Zealanders have low, medium and high wellbeing for each domain according to these definitions.

Explore Data and definitions

For more information about the data and measures presented in Our people, and for more detailed analysis, see Treasury Analytical Paper 18/04, Our People – Multidimensional Wellbeing in New Zealand.

Disclaimer: Access to the data used in Our people was provided by Statistics New Zealand under conditions designed to give effect to the security and confidentiality provisions of the Statistics Act 1975. The results presented in this study are the work of the Treasury, not Statistics New Zealand.

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Multidimensional wellbeing

This page compares the current wellbeing of different population groups, for each of the LSF domains. We have categorised people as having low, medium or high wellbeing for each domain, which then allows us to compare levels of wellbeing between population groups.

Each chart compares the selected population group (for example, females) with the rest of the New Zealand population aged 15 and over. The data points plotted in each chart are differences between the selected population group and the rest of the population.

In the spider plots:

  • The yellow points show differences in the likelihood of having low wellbeing. Where this difference is positive (yellow point outside the solid black line), the selected population group is more likely than the rest of the population to have low wellbeing for that domain.

  • The blue points show differences in the likelihood of having high wellbeing. Where this difference is positive (blue point outside the solid black line), the selected population group is more likely than the rest of the population to have high wellbeing for that domain.

For more information, click on the “How to read a spider plot” button.

You can use the “Type of plot” menu to see the same results presented as bar charts. In the bar charts, a yellow bar to the right means the selected group is more likely than the rest of the population to have low wellbeing for that domain. A blue bar to the right means they are more likely to have high wellbeing.

Differences in the rates of low and high wellbeing for selected population groups, compared with the rest of the New Zealand population aged 15 and over

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Relationships between LSF domains

This page shows the strength of the relationships between people's wellbeing in different LSF domains. How often do people who have low (or high) wellbeing in one domain also have low (or high) wellbeing in another domain?

The first heat map shows the relationships for low wellbeing, while the second heat map shows the relationships for high wellbeing.

Stronger relationships between wellbeing domains are represented by darker colours and larger numbers.

For more information, click on the “How to read a heat map” button.

Clicking on a square in the heat map generates a new plot showing the detail of the relationship between the relevant two domains.


Differences in the rates of low (or high) wellbeing in each domain for people who have low (or high) wellbeing in other domains


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Data and definitions

This section outlines how we have defined low, medium and high wellbeing on each LSF domain in the Our people analysis. It also shows how many New Zealanders have low, medium and high wellbeing according to these definitions.

We define low, medium and high wellbeing on each domain according to responses to questions asked in the New Zealand General Social Survey (GSS). The GSS is run by Statistics New Zealand every two years, surveying around 8,000 New Zealanders aged 15 and over. The survey includes questions about many important aspects of a person's life. Our people uses the 2014 and 2016 GSS data.

A key purpose of Our people is to start to understand relationships between domains, by generating measures of wellbeing across the LSF domains from a single data source and therefore the same representative sample of people. We tried to create meaningful definitions of low, medium and high wellbeing in each domain, while recognising that we are limited by the questions asked in the GSS.

These measures also enable comparisons between population groups for each LSF domain. For example, how does the proportion of New Zealanders who have high wellbeing for Health vary by ethnicity or age?

The measures are not designed for direct comparisons between domains. It is generally not useful to compare the proportion of people with high or low wellbeing between two different domains. For example, that the proportion of New Zealanders with high wellbeing in Housing is larger than the proportion with high wellbeing in Health, according to our definitions, should not be taken to mean New Zealanders have better Housing than Health.

Our people includes measures for nine out of the 12 LSF domains. No measures are currently included for the Jobs and earnings, Environment or Time use domains, either because the 2014 and 2016 GSS surveys do not collect this information or because more development of the measures is required.

Children aged 14 and under are not currently directly represented in Our people as the GSS does not survey children, and there are no alternative comprehensive sources of wellbeing data for New Zealand children.

Domain definitions

The table below shows how wellbeing is defined for each domain and sub-domain.

When a domain has more than one sub-domain:

  • a person has low wellbeing in that domain if they have low wellbeing for any of the sub-domains, and
  • a person has high wellbeing in that domain if they have high wellbeing for all of the sub-domains.

In the case of the Safety domain, a person has low wellbeing if they have low wellbeing for more than one of the sub-domains.



Introduction to Our country


Our country provides indicators for each of the 12 current wellbeing domains.

Data for these indicators come from a variety of sources including Statistics New Zealand, OECD, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry for the Environment, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Justice.

Use the sidebar menu to navigate to the indicator overview page and to each domain.

Indicator overview

Table of trends in wellbeing indicators.

Our country includes an Indicator overview page. This page displays the range of wellbeing indicators for each of the domains of current wellbeing and summarises how New Zealand as a whole is doing over time in each indicator.

Explore Indicator overview


Our country also includes a page for each current wellbeing domain, which includes the following charts:

Domain indicator overview

Table of trends in wellbeing indicators.

Summarises how New Zealand as a whole is doing over time in each indicator in the domain.

New Zealand sub-group comparison

Population subgroup line graph.

Shows how groups within the New Zealand population (age, ethnicity, sex, family type, region) compare with each other and with New Zealand as a whole for each indicator where data are available.

New Zealand distribution

New Zealand distribution stacked column chart.

Shows the underlying distribution behind each indicator where data are available.

International comparison (OECD)

OECD comparison boxplot.

Shows New Zealand in comparison to other countries in the OECD, where internationally comparable data are available.

Indicator overview

This page displays the range of wellbeing indicators for each of the domains of current wellbeing and summarises how New Zealand as a whole is doing over time in each indicator.

If you would like to see more detail, click on the graphs or check out the relevant domain page.


Current Wellbeing in New Zealand


Civic engagement and governance

Civic engagement and governance overview

The table below displays the range of wellbeing indicators for the Civic engagement and governance current wellbeing domain. These include a range of indicators that aim to measure people's engagement in the governance of their country, how "good" New Zealand’s governance is perceived to be and the procedural fairness of our society.


Scroll down to see more detailed data such as sub-group analysis and international comparisons.



New Zealand sub-group comparison

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These charts look at how different population groups (by age, ethnicity, gender, family type, region) are doing compared to New Zealand as a whole (for indicators where data are available).

Choose the population group you are interested in from the drop-down box to see all the available indicators for this domain. You can add and remove lines from the plot by clicking on the line in the plot legend.



New Zealand distribution

These charts show the distribution within New Zealand for each indicator where data are available.



International comparison (OECD)

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Ranked dot plot only shows the latest year for which we have data for both NZ and the OECD

These charts show where New Zealand sits relative to other countries in the OECD for each indicator (where internationally comparable data are available).

Choose a Box and Whisker graph if you want to see a summary of where New Zealand sits compared to the OECD median and quartiles.

Choose a Ranked Dot Plot if you want to see the values for all the OECD countries.

Cultural identity

Cultural identity overview

The table below displays the range of wellbeing indicators for the Cultural identity current wellbeing domain. These include a range of indicators that aim to measure whether people have a strong sense of identity, belonging and ability to be oneself, and the value of cultural taonga, such as language.


Scroll down to see more detailed data such as sub-group analysis and international comparisons.



New Zealand sub-group comparison

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These charts look at how different population groups (by age, ethnicity, gender, family type, region) are doing compared to New Zealand as a whole (for indicators where data are available).

Choose the population group you are interested in from the drop-down box to see all the available indicators for this domain. You can add and remove lines from the plot by clicking on the line in the plot legend.



New Zealand distribution

These charts show the distribution within New Zealand for each indicator where data are available.



International comparison (OECD)

User input

Ranked dot plot only shows the latest year for which we have data for both NZ and the OECD

These charts show where New Zealand sits relative to other countries in the OECD for each indicator (where internationally comparable data are available).

Choose a Box and Whisker graph if you want to see a summary of where New Zealand sits compared to the OECD median and quartiles.

Choose a Ranked Dot Plot if you want to see the values for all the OECD countries.

Environment

Environment overview

The table below displays the range of wellbeing indicators for the Environment current wellbeing domain. These include a range of indicators that aim to measure how the natural and physical environment impacts on people's current levels of wellbeing (as opposed to our levels of natural capital).


Scroll down to see more detailed data such as sub-group analysis and international comparisons.



New Zealand sub-group comparison

User input

These charts look at how different population groups (by age, ethnicity, gender, family type, region) are doing compared to New Zealand as a whole (for indicators where data are available).

Choose the population group you are interested in from the drop-down box to see all the available indicators for this domain. You can add and remove lines from the plot by clicking on the line in the plot legend.



New Zealand distribution

These charts show the distribution within New Zealand for each indicator where data are available.



International comparison (OECD)

User input

Ranked dot plot only shows the latest year for which we have data for both NZ and the OECD

These charts show where New Zealand sits relative to other countries in the OECD for each indicator (where internationally comparable data are available).

Choose a Box and Whisker graph if you want to see a summary of where New Zealand sits compared to the OECD median and quartiles.

Choose a Ranked Dot Plot if you want to see the values for all the OECD countries.

Health

Health overview

The table below displays the range of wellbeing indicators for the Health current wellbeing domain. These includes indicators of both mental and physical health.


Scroll down to see more detailed data such as sub-group analysis and international comparisons.



New Zealand sub-group comparison

User input

These charts look at how different population groups (by age, ethnicity, gender, family type, region) are doing compared to New Zealand as a whole (for indicators where data are available).

Choose the population group you are interested in from the drop-down box to see all the available indicators for this domain. You can add and remove lines from the plot by clicking on the line in the plot legend.



New Zealand distribution

These charts show the distribution within New Zealand for each indicator where data are available.



International comparison (OECD)

User input

Ranked dot plot only shows the latest year for which we have data for both NZ and the OECD

These charts show where New Zealand sits relative to other countries in the OECD for each indicator (where internationally comparable data are available).

Choose a Box and Whisker graph if you want to see a summary of where New Zealand sits compared to the OECD median and quartiles.

Choose a Ranked Dot Plot if you want to see the values for all the OECD countries.

Housing

Housing overview

The table below displays the range of wellbeing indicators for the Housing current wellbeing domain. These include indicators around the quality, suitability and affordability of the homes we live in.


Scroll down to see more detailed data such as sub-group analysis and international comparisons.



New Zealand sub-group comparison

User input

These charts look at how different population groups (by age, ethnicity, gender, family type, region) are doing compared to New Zealand as a whole (for indicators where data are available).

Choose the population group you are interested in from the drop-down box to see all the available indicators for this domain. You can add and remove lines from the plot by clicking on the line in the plot legend.



New Zealand distribution

These charts show the distribution within New Zealand for each indicator where data are available.



International comparison (OECD)

User input

Ranked dot plot only shows the latest year for which we have data for both NZ and the OECD

These charts show where New Zealand sits relative to other countries in the OECD for each indicator (where internationally comparable data are available).

Choose a Box and Whisker graph if you want to see a summary of where New Zealand sits compared to the OECD median and quartiles.

Choose a Ranked Dot Plot if you want to see the values for all the OECD countries.

Income and consumption

Income and consumption overview

The table below displays the range of wellbeing indicators for the Income and consumption current wellbeing domain. These include a range of indicators around people's disposable income from all sources, how much people spend and the material possessions they have.


Scroll down to see more detailed data such as sub-group analysis and international comparisons.



New Zealand sub-group comparison

User input

These charts look at how different population groups (by age, ethnicity, gender, family type, region) are doing compared to New Zealand as a whole (for indicators where data are available).

Choose the population group you are interested in from the drop-down box to see all the available indicators for this domain. You can add and remove lines from the plot by clicking on the line in the plot legend.



New Zealand distribution

These charts show the distribution within New Zealand for each indicator where data are available.



International comparison (OECD)

User input

Ranked dot plot only shows the latest year for which we have data for both NZ and the OECD

These charts show where New Zealand sits relative to other countries in the OECD for each indicator (where internationally comparable data are available).

Choose a Box and Whisker graph if you want to see a summary of where New Zealand sits compared to the OECD median and quartiles.

Choose a Ranked Dot Plot if you want to see the values for all the OECD countries.

Jobs and earnings

Jobs and earnings overview

The table below displays the range of wellbeing indicators for the Jobs and earnings current wellbeing domain. These include a range of indicators around the quality of people's jobs (including monetary compensation) and work environment, ease of finding suitable employment and freedom from underemployment.


Scroll down to see more detailed data such as sub-group analysis and international comparisons.



New Zealand sub-group comparison

User input

These charts look at how different population groups (by age, ethnicity, gender, family type, region) are doing compared to New Zealand as a whole (for indicators where data are available).

Choose the population group you are interested in from the drop-down box to see all the available indicators for this domain. You can add and remove lines from the plot by clicking on the line in the plot legend.



New Zealand distribution

These charts show the distribution within New Zealand for each indicator where data are available.



International comparison (OECD)

User input

Ranked dot plot only shows the latest year for which we have data for both NZ and the OECD

These charts show where New Zealand sits relative to other countries in the OECD for each indicator (where internationally comparable data are available).

Choose a Box and Whisker graph if you want to see a summary of where New Zealand sits compared to the OECD median and quartiles.

Choose a Ranked Dot Plot if you want to see the values for all the OECD countries.

Knowledge and skills

Knowledge and skills overview

The table below displays the range of wellbeing indicators for the Knowledge and skills current wellbeing domain. These include indicators of educational performance and qualifications.


Scroll down to see more detailed data such as sub-group analysis and international comparisons.



New Zealand sub-group comparison

User input

These charts look at how different population groups (by age, ethnicity, gender, family type, region) are doing compared to New Zealand as a whole (for indicators where data are available).

Choose the population group you are interested in from the drop-down box to see all the available indicators for this domain. You can add and remove lines from the plot by clicking on the line in the plot legend.



New Zealand distribution

These charts show the distribution within New Zealand for each indicator where data are available.



International comparison (OECD)

User input

Ranked dot plot only shows the latest year for which we have data for both NZ and the OECD

These charts show where New Zealand sits relative to other countries in the OECD for each indicator (where internationally comparable data are available).

Choose a Box and Whisker graph if you want to see a summary of where New Zealand sits compared to the OECD median and quartiles.

Choose a Ranked Dot Plot if you want to see the values for all the OECD countries.

Safety

Safety overview

The table below displays the range of wellbeing indicators for the Safety current wellbeing domain. These include indicators of people's safety and security (both real and perceived) from domestic and other violent crime, as well as safety in the workplace.


Scroll down to see more detailed data such as sub-group analysis and international comparisons.



New Zealand sub-group comparison

User input

These charts look at how different population groups (by age, ethnicity, gender, family type, region) are doing compared to New Zealand as a whole (for indicators where data are available).

Choose the population group you are interested in from the drop-down box to see all the available indicators for this domain. You can add and remove lines from the plot by clicking on the line in the plot legend.



New Zealand distribution

These charts show the distribution within New Zealand for each indicator where data are available.



International comparison (OECD)

User input

Ranked dot plot only shows the latest year for which we have data for both NZ and the OECD

These charts show where New Zealand sits relative to other countries in the OECD for each indicator (where internationally comparable data are available).

Choose a Box and Whisker graph if you want to see a summary of where New Zealand sits compared to the OECD median and quartiles.

Choose a Ranked Dot Plot if you want to see the values for all the OECD countries.

Social connections

Social connections overview

The table below displays the range of wellbeing indicators for the Social connections current wellbeing domain. These include indicators around having positive social contacts and a support network.


Scroll down to see more detailed data such as sub-group analysis and international comparisons.



New Zealand sub-group comparison

User input

These charts look at how different population groups (by age, ethnicity, gender, family type, region) are doing compared to New Zealand as a whole (for indicators where data are available).

Choose the population group you are interested in from the drop-down box to see all the available indicators for this domain. You can add and remove lines from the plot by clicking on the line in the plot legend.



New Zealand distribution

These charts show the distribution within New Zealand for each indicator where data are available.



International comparison (OECD)

User input

Ranked dot plot only shows the latest year for which we have data for both NZ and the OECD

These charts show where New Zealand sits relative to other countries in the OECD for each indicator (where internationally comparable data are available).

Choose a Box and Whisker graph if you want to see a summary of where New Zealand sits compared to the OECD median and quartiles.

Choose a Ranked Dot Plot if you want to see the values for all the OECD countries.

Subjective wellbeing

Subjective wellbeing overview

The table below displays the range of wellbeing indicators for the Subjective wellbeing current wellbeing domain. These include indicators of overall life satisfaction and sense of meaning and self.


Scroll down to see more detailed data such as sub-group analysis and international comparisons.



New Zealand sub-group comparison

User input

These charts look at how different population groups (by age, ethnicity, gender, family type, region) are doing compared to New Zealand as a whole (for indicators where data are available).

Choose the population group you are interested in from the drop-down box to see all the available indicators for this domain. You can add and remove lines from the plot by clicking on the line in the plot legend.



New Zealand distribution

These charts show the distribution within New Zealand for each indicator where data are available.



International comparison (OECD)

User input

Ranked dot plot only shows the latest year for which we have data for both NZ and the OECD

These charts show where New Zealand sits relative to other countries in the OECD for each indicator (where internationally comparable data are available).

Choose a Box and Whisker graph if you want to see a summary of where New Zealand sits compared to the OECD median and quartiles.

Choose a Ranked Dot Plot if you want to see the values for all the OECD countries.

Time use

Time use overview

The table below displays the range of wellbeing indictors for the Time use current wellbeing domain. These indicators aim to give a sense of the quality and quantity of people's leisure and recreation time.


Scroll down to see more detailed data such as sub-group analysis and international comparisons.



New Zealand sub-group comparison

User input

These charts look at how different population groups (by age, ethnicity, gender, family type, region) are doing compared to New Zealand as a whole (for indicators where data are available).

Choose the population group you are interested in from the drop-down box to see all the available indicators for this domain. You can add and remove lines from the plot by clicking on the line in the plot legend.



New Zealand distribution

These charts show the distribution within New Zealand for each indicator where data are available.



International comparison (OECD)

User input

Ranked dot plot only shows the latest year for which we have data for both NZ and the OECD

These charts show where New Zealand sits relative to other countries in the OECD for each indicator (where internationally comparable data are available).

Choose a Box and Whisker graph if you want to see a summary of where New Zealand sits compared to the OECD median and quartiles.

Choose a Ranked Dot Plot if you want to see the values for all the OECD countries.

Introduction to Our future


Our future provides indicators for the four capitals that underpin our living standards now and into the future. International comparisons are provided where data are available.

Click on the links below or use the sidebar menu to navigate to each capital.

Natural capital

Natural capital line graphs.

All aspects of the natural environment needed to support life and human activity.

Explore Natural capital

Social capital

Social capital boxplots and line graphs.

The social connections, attitudes, norms and formal rules or institutions that contribute to societal wellbeing.

Explore Social capital

Human capital

Human capital boxplots and line graphs.

People's knowledge, physical and mental health.

Explore Human capital

Financial and physical capital

Financial and physical capital boxplots and line graphs.

The country's physical, intangible and financial assets.

Explore Financial and physical capital

Human capital

Human capital includes people's skills, knowledge, mental and physical health. Human capital enables people to participate fully in work, study, recreation and in society more broadly.


Natural capital

Natural capital refers to all aspects of the natural environment needed to support life and human activity. It includes assets such as minerals, energy resources, soil, water and trees. It also includes the services that ecosystems provide that benefit people, such as provision of food and materials, clean air and nice views.


Financial and physical capital

This capital includes financial, physical and intangible assets that have a direct role in supporting incomes and material living conditions.

Financial assets include cash, stocks and shares. Physical assets include factories, machines and equipment. Intangible fixed assets include knowledge-based capital created by research and development, software and databases, mineral exploration and evaluation.


Social capital

Social capital includes the social connections, attitudes, norms and formal rules or institutions that contribute to societal wellbeing.


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