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List of Prime Ministers of New Zealand by place of birth

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Title: List of Prime Ministers of New Zealand by place of birth  
Author: World Heritage Encyclopedia
Language: English
Subject: Prime Ministers of New Zealand, List of Prime Ministers of New Zealand by age, Prime Minister of New Zealand
Collection: Lists of Government Ministers of New Zealand, Lists of Prime Ministers, Prime Ministers of New Zealand
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List of Prime Ministers of New Zealand by place of birth

This is a list of Prime Ministers of New Zealand by place of birth. Of New Zealand's thirty-eight Prime Ministers, sixteen were born in New Zealand, nineteen in the United Kingdom (including one in what is now the Republic of Ireland, but was then part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland), two in Australia, and one in Portugal. Of those born in New Zealand, nine were born in the North Island, and seven in the South Island. All Prime Ministers in office since 1960 have been born in New Zealand.


  • Australia (2) 1
  • New Zealand (16) 2
    • North Island (9) 2.1
    • South Island (7) 2.2
  • Portugal (1) 3
  • United Kingdom (19) 4
    • England (12) 4.1
    • Ireland (3) 4.2
    • Scotland (4) 4.3
  • See also 5

Australia (2)

New Zealand (16)

North Island (9)

South Island (7)

Portugal (1)

  • Lisbon

United Kingdom (19)

England (12)

Ireland (3)

Scotland (4)

See also

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