Harry Styles, at a concert in New Zealand, will not be able to get away with a very personal questionnaire

Harry Styles, at a concert in New Zealand, will not be able to get away with a very personal questionnaire

Angela Weiss/AFP Harry Styles in concert on May 19, 2022 in New York for NBC’s “Today” show.

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Harry Styles in concert on May 19, 2022 in New York for NBC’s “Today” show.

music – ” Anyone in New Zealand/Owaitarua on census night (Tuesday 7 March) must be counted during the census. This includes tourists, visitors, and former One Direction members. Can we read on the Twitter account of the New Zealand national agency responsible for the census. So Harry Styles has been warned: his notoriety will not allow him to escape this administrative order.

The 29-year-old British singer, who won “Best Album of the Year” at the recent Grammy Awards for his works. Harry’s houseCurrently on a world tour. On March 7, he will play his only concert in Oitaurua, the Land of the Long White Cloud (the Māori name for New Zealand). Thus, her presence in the Auckland archipelago would only be a matter of one day.

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It doesn’t matter, he’ll still have to ask the national census questions. And some are completely personal. They relate, for example, to the exact composition of the family, daily cigarette consumption, gender or even gender identity.

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The pop star can be assured, census responses are top secret and will only be consulted by the government in order to augment and improve their demographic data.

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The New Zealand Census is conducted every five years. Anyone in the territory who refuses to participate or provides false information is liable to a fine of up to NZ$2,000 (€1,173). A spokesperson for the statistician’s team confirmed on Friday 24 February to the English daily Watchman That Harry Styles was no exception to the rule.

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