Approximately 3/4 of New Zealand's population is of European (mainly
British) descent. Around 10 percent are Maori, of Polynesian origin
and are the indigenous people of New Zealand. The rest of the population
are from Asian ethnic groups.
The official language is English. The Maori also have their own
language, and it is also known as Maori.
The majority are Christians while some have no religions. The rest
of the population are Maori, who have their own believes.