Kupe is a online data explorer which gives people access to the Health and Lifestyles Survey data about New Zealanders' views and experiences across several topics including tobacco, results are available up to 2016 provided by Te Hiringa Hauora, the Health Promotion Agency (HPA).
These maps are designed to provide a snapshot of the newer smokefree outdoor areas councils are moving towards. There are three versions for easy use and they will be a valuable tool when working with councils.
The Regional Data Explorer is an interactive tool for exploring New Zealand Health Survey data (including data on tobacco use) by region. It includes data for each District Health Board, Public Health Unit and Regional Council.
The ASH Year 10 Snapshot is an annual cross-sectional census of 14 and 15-year-old school students’ smoking prevalence. All schools with year 10 classes are invited to participate, with around 30,000 year 10 students participating each year.