Child and youth voice research findings

Youth19 survey - Youth2000 series of health and wellbeing surveys

AUTHOR: The Youth19 Research Group

The Youth19 survey was conducted in 2019 in the Auckland, Northland and Waikato regions, reaching 7,891 young people (7,721 year 9–13 students; 92 Alternative Education students and 78 young people who are not in education, training or employment). 

The Youth19 Survey (Youth19) is the latest in the Youth2000 series of health and wellbeing surveys, which has now involved over 36,000 young people in Aotearoa. Youth19 combines core Youth2000 questions with a new focus on rangatahi wellbeing.

In addition to the Youth19 reports outlined below, you can also access related: 

  • Academic journal articles: these articles explores the Youth2000 survey data in greater detail, focusing on topical areas and trends, including: experiences of racism; equity for Rangatahi Maori; substance use; health and wellbeing; and identity.
  • Factsheets and briefs: these high-level documents provide highlights of Youth19 findings related to a range of topical areas, including: alcohol harm; youth voter enrolment; young people’s views on improving health and wellbeing websites; safety and violence; intersectionality; gambling; and digital access.


Reports relating to identity and wellbeing

Reports relating to physical and mental wellbeing

Reports relating to young people involved with Oranga Tamariki

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