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Welcome to the home of Research New Zealand.

New Zealand is the place we live in and know intimately.

In fact, we are the New Zealand experts in social research for the public sector and reflecting this, we are a member of the All of Government Consultancy Services Panel for Policy, Research and Development.

In addition, because of the client-side experience of our company's partners, we can provide specialised market research services for businesses.

Please enjoy taking a tour of our site. And if you have any questions, we'll definitely get you the answers.


Research New Zealand Statistics

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Covid-19: Our response is business as usual

As the Covid-19 situation evolves, our priorities as a business and as responsible New Zealand and global citizens are to continue to provide our services while ensuring the health and safety of our staff, clients, respondents and the wider community. To this end we have activated our business continuity plan, which has enabled our research and call center staff to work from home. Our digital strategy, including the use of video meeting and collaboration tools allows us continue to communicate effectively, with our clients, and survey and qualitative research respondents.

Fewer New Zealanders believe movement restrictions are being observed as Alert Level 3 approaches

In a new poll, completed between 30 April and 3 May 2020, approximately one week before the government announcement about moving to Alert Level 2, fewer respondents believed that New Zealanders were listening to the government's messaging about restricting their movements. That is, as Alert Level 2 approached, respondents felt that New Zealanders were already acting as if we were at that level!.

Not surprisingly, this was reflected in respondents being less concerned about the challenges of staying in their bubble. However, this was also reflected in a spike in the level of concern that they might catch the virus and become seriously ill.

See the full report here