Question: What kind of people are in New Zealand?

As at the 2018 census, the majority of New Zealands population is of European descent (70 percent), with the indigenous Māori being the largest minority (16.5 percent), followed by Asians (15.3 percent), and non-Māori Pacific Islanders (9.0 percent).

Does New Zealand have nice people?

New Zealanders are friendly and down-to-earth people who embrace the spirit of manaakitanga, or hospitality. With a patchwork history of Māori, European, Pacific Island and Asian influences, New Zealands population of five million people is a melting-pot of cultures.

What are New Zealand people considered?

Early visitors from Europe to New Zealand generally referred to the indigenous inhabitants as New Zealanders or as natives. The Māori used the term Māori to describe themselves in a pan-tribal sense.

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