Auck­land fares badly in qual­ity of life sur­vey

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Auck­lan­ders have the poor­est sense of qual­ity of life of peo­ple in eight New Zealand cities, a sur­vey has found. The Nielsen 2018 Qual­ity of Life sur­vey showed Tau­ranga had the best qual­ity of life among the eight cities sur­veyed, with 91 per cent of res­i­dents say­ing their qual­ity of life was good. Tau­ranga also scored high­est for health, emo­tional well­be­ing and ap­pre­ci­a­tion of the nat­u­ral en­vi­ron­ment. Hutt City and Welling­ton were not far be­hind Tau­ranga in the qual­ity of life stakes, with 90 and 89 per­cent of res­i­dents re­spec­tively say­ing their qual­ity of life was good. Only 79 per cent of Auck­lan­ders said their city was a great place to live, while 94 per­cent of Welling­to­ni­ans thought their city was a won­der­ful place to be.

Porirua res­i­dents had the dimmest view of their city, with just 72 per cent say­ing it was a great place to re­side in.

Auck­land is not very pop­u­lar when it comes to qual­ity of life.

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