Harry Styles must complete the 2023 New Zealand census
No one in New Zealand is exempt from participating in the March 7 census Harry Styleswho has a concert in Auckland that day.
The census is conducted every five years and asks questions ranging from household income and smoking habits to gender and sexual identity. Residents of the country and visitors from overseas are required to participate, and officials use the results to analyze what policies, research, planning and services are needed for the nation.
Coup De Main magazine’s Twitter account publicly asked if the Grammy-winning singer he should attend because of his concert, the same day it was conducted.
“Thank you for this important question”, Census New Zealand A Twitter account responded. “Everyone who is in Aotearoa New Zealand on census night (Tuesday 7 March) should be counted in the census. This includes tourists, visitors and former members of One Direction.”
The Census Twitter account also featured an illustration of a piece of paper titled “Census” over Styles’ photo to make it look like he was doing his New Zealand civic duty.
“Thank you for this important image that answers our important question,” replied Coup De Main.
Those who do not answer the questionnaire, leave it incomplete or provide false information may be fined.
Styles is currently continuing his global tour with stops in Sydney, Tokyo, Paris and Madrid. His final tour date is July 22 in Reggio Emilia, Italy.