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RESEARCH PAPER SERIES, 2014-15 8 SEPTEMBER 2014

Federal election 2013 Stephen Barber Statistics and Mapping Section

Executive summary • this paper provides a comprehensive set of statistical tables regarding the 2013 Federal election held on Saturday 7 September 2013 and the half-Senate re-election in Western Australia held on Saturday 5 April 2014

• the tables contain: national, state and regional summaries; electoral division details; two-party preferred figures; and party strengths in the respective houses of the Parliament

• there are also three appendices which summarise: the classifications of each electoral division that are used in the paper; figures for House of Representatives and Senate elections held from 1901; and summary results for the 2013 voided half-Senate election in Western Australia.

Contents

Executive summary ................................................................................................................. 1

Introduction ............................................................................................................................ 3

Symbols and abbreviations ...................................................................................................... 4

Table 1: House of Representatives: National summary .............................................................. 6

Table 2: House of Representatives: State summary ................................................................... 7

Table 3: House of Representatives: Regional summary ........................................................... 13

Table 4: House of Representatives: Party status summary ...................................................... 15

Table 5: House of Representatives: Socio-economic status summary ....................................... 21

Table 6a: House of Representatives: Electoral division summary (number) .............................. 23

Table 6b: House of Representatives: Electoral division summary (per cent) ............................. 27

Table 7: House of Representatives: Electoral division detail .................................................... 31

Table 8: House of Representatives: Two-party preferred vote: State summary ........................ 69

Table 9: House of Representatives: Two-party preferred vote: Regional summary ................... 69

Table 10: House of Representatives: Two-party preferred vote: Party status summary ............ 70

Table 11: House of Representatives: Two-party preferred vote: Socio-economic status summary ............................................................................................................................... 70

Table 12: House of Representatives: Two-party preferred vote: Electoral division summary .... 71

Table 13: House of Representatives: Electoral pendulum ........................................................ 75

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Table 14: House of Representatives: Electoral divisions ranked by two-party preferred swing to LP/NP ...................................................................................................................... 76

Table 15: Senate: National summary ...................................................................................... 77

Table 16: Senate: State summary ........................................................................................... 78

Table 17: Senate: Composition from 1 July 2014 ..................................................................... 85

Table 18: Senate: Candidate details ........................................................................................ 86

Table 19: Comparison of House of Representatives and Senate votes by division ................... 117

Appendix 1: Electoral division classification .......................................................................... 122

Appendix 2a: House of Representatives: Elections 1901-2013 ............................................... 127

Appendix 2b: Senate: Elections 1901-2013 ........................................................................... 129

Appendix 3a: Western Australia: Voided Senate Election 2013: Summary ............................. 131

Appendix 3b: Western Australia: Voided Senate Election 2013: Candidate details ................. 132

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Introduction This paper contains the results of the House of Representatives election held on 7 September 2013 and the half-Senate elections held on 7 September 2013 (all states and territories except Western Australia) and 5 April 2014 (Western Australia).1 There are summary tables for both the House of Representatives (Table 1) and the Senate (Table 15) together with details for each House of Representatives electoral division (Table 7).

The regional and party status classifications used in the paper are the same as those used by the Australian Electoral Commission.2 Party status and safeness of seats are determined by the two-party preferred vote at the 2010 election adjusted for the effects of the 2010 redistribution in Victoria and the 2011 redistribution in South Australia.3

The ‘safeness’ of an electoral division (see Appendix 1) is determined by the size of the swing required for the division to be lost by the party holding the division. A marginal division requires a swing of less than six per cent, a fairly safe division requires a swing of six per cent to ten per cent and a safe division requires a swing of over ten per cent.

In all tables, first preference votes are expressed as a percentage of formal votes, formal and informal votes are expressed as a percentage of total votes, and total votes are expressed as a percentage of electors enrolled. In the detailed electoral division tables the swing percentages for the candidates will not necessarily sum to zero because of the different range of candidates at the 2013 election compared with the 2010 election.

To complete the 2013 election, party and candidate results for the voided half-Senate election in Western Australia have been included at the end of the paper in Appendices 3(a) and 3(b).

Summary results of all Federal elections from 1901 are shown in Appendices 2(a) and 2(b) but more detailed information can be found in S Barber and S Johnson, Federal election results 1901-2014, Research paper, 17 July 2014, Parliamentary Library, Canberra, 2014-15.

The numbers in this paper are derived from Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) data which have been provided to the Parliamentary Library by the AEC.

1. Due to the closeness of the 2013 results for the final two seats in the WA Senate election a recount was carried out. However, prior to the recount, 1370 votes were lost and the recount produced a different result for the final two seats. The Court of Disputed Returns voided the WA outcome and a new Senate election was held in WA in 2014.

2. For definitions see http://www.aec.gov.au/Electorates/party-codes.htm, accessed 20 June 2014. 3. Australian Electoral Commission Fact Sheet, National Seat Status (June 2013), , accessed 20 June 2014.

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Symbols and abbreviations AFLP Australian Fishing and Lifestyle Party AFN Australia First Party

AIN Australian Independents

AJP Animal Justice Party

ALP Australian Labor Party

AMEP Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party APP Australian Protectionist Party

ASP Shooters and Fishers Party

ASXP Australian Sex Party

AUC Australian Christians

BAP Building Australia Party

BRP Bank Reform Party (changed name to Mutual Party in 2014 Senate re-election in WA) BTA Bullet Train For Australia

CA Carers Alliance

CDP Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group) CEC Citizens Electoral Council of Australia CLP Country Liberals (NT)

CYA Country Alliance

DEM Australian Democrats

DLP Democratic Labour Party (DLP)

DRF Drug Law Reform Australia

FFP Family First Party

FNPP Australia's First Nations Political Party FUT Future Party

GRN Australian Greens

HMP Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party IND Independent

KAP Katter's Australian Party

LDP Liberal Democratic Party

LNP Liberal National Party of Queensland LP Liberal Party

LP/NP LP/LNP/NP/CLP Coalition NCP Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) NP The Nationals

ODR Outdoor Recreation Party (Stop The Greens) ON One Nation

PIR Pirate Party Australia

PUP Palmer United Party

RPA Republican Party of Australia

RUA Rise Up Australia Party

SAL Socialist Alliance

SCSG Stop CSG Party

SEP Socialist Equality Party

SMK Smokers Rights Party

SOL Senator Online (Internet Voting Bills/Issues) SPA Secular Party of Australia

SPP Australian Stable Population Party

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Symbols and abbreviations continued

SPRT Australian Sports Party

TCS No Carbon Tax Climate Sceptics (changed name to Freedom and Prosperity Party in 2014 Senate re-election in WA) UNP Uniting Australia Party

VCE Australian Voice Party

VEP Voluntary Euthanasia Party

WKP The Wikileaks Party

XEN Nick Xenophon Group

Also (from Appendix 2)

A-S Anti-Socialist

CP Country Party

FT Free Trade

NAT Nationalist Party

ON One Nation (Pauline Hanson's One Nation before 2007 election) PROT Protectionists

UAP United Australia Party

.. nil or rounded to zero

* sitting member for division

# party holding division (where sitting member did not stand) or notionally holding division (where redistribution of division notionally changed previous election outcome)

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Table 1: House of Representatives: National summary Australia Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Liberal Party/National Party Coalition

Liberal Party 108 58 4 134 865 32.02 +1.56

Liberal National Party of Queensland 30 22 1 152 217 8.92 -0.20

The Nationals 20 9 554 268 4.29 +0.56

Country Liberals (NT) 2 1 41 468 0.32 +0.01

Total Coalition 160 90 5 882 818 45.55 +1.94

Australian Labor Party 150 55 4 311 365 33.38 -4.61

The Greens 150 1 1 116 918 8.65 -3.11

Palmer United Party 150 1 709 035 5.49 +5.49

Family First Party 93 .. 181 820 1.41 -0.84

Katter's Australian Party 63 1 134 226 1.04 +0.73

Independents 68 2 177 217 1.37 -0.84

Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group) 48 .. 88 576 0.69 +0.02

Australian Sex Party 36 .. 78 571 0.61 +0.52

Rise Up Australia Party 77 .. 48 582 0.38 +0.38

Australian Christians 31 .. 42 498 0.33 +0.33

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) 33 .. 36 086 0.28 +0.24

One Nation 15 .. 22 046 0.17 -0.05

Bullet Train For Australia 12 .. 19 801 0.15 +0.15

Citizens Electoral Council of Australia 24 .. 10 400 0.08 +0.02

Australia First Party 10 .. 7 412 0.06 +0.03

Socialist Alliance 7 .. 5 032 0.04 -0.04

Secular Party of Australia 9 .. 4 834 0.04 -0.06

Liberal Democratic Party 1 .. 4 716 0.04 -0.16

Country Alliance 8 .. 4 708 0.04 +0.04

Australian Independents 6 .. 4 163 0.03 +0.03

Australian Stable Population Party 10 .. 3 954 0.03 +0.03

Australian Democrats 3 .. 3 614 0.03 -0.15

Animal Justice Party 2 .. 1 878 0.02 +0.01

Australia's First Nations Political Party 2 .. 1 810 0.01 +0.01

Australian Voice Party 4 .. 1 681 0.01 +0.01

Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) 3 .. 1 547 0.01 -0.01

Australian Sports Party 1 .. 1 324 0.01 +0.01

Future Party 2 .. 1 174 0.01 +0.01

Australian Protectionist Party 3 .. 1 079 0.01 +0.01

Voluntary Euthanasia Party 1 .. 597 .. ..

Uniting Australia Party 1 .. 386 .. ..

Senator Online (Internet Voting Bills/Issues) 1 .. 209 .. ..

Others 4 .. 4 850 0.04 +0.02

Formal

12 914 927 94.09 -0.36

Informal

811 143 5.91 +0.36

Total/Turnout 1 188 150 13 726 070 93.23 +0.01

Enrolled 14 723 385

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Table 2: House of Representatives: State summary New South Wales Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Liberal Party/National Party Coalition

Liberal Party 39 23 1 551 436 37.35 +0.68

The Nationals 10 7 414 772 9.99 +2.06

Total Coalition 49 30 1 966 208 47.34 +2.74

Australian Labor Party 48 18 1 433 842 34.52 -2.76

The Greens 48 .. 330 050 7.95 -2.29

Palmer United Party 48 .. 174 551 4.20 +4.20

Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group) 48 .. 88 576 2.13 +0.77

Independents 23 .. 71 848 1.73 -2.58

One Nation 11 .. 19 517 0.47 -0.01

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) 17 .. 16 909 0.41 +0.41

Katter's Australian Party 15 .. 16 534 0.40 +0.40

Bullet Train For Australia 7 .. 8 174 0.20 +0.20

Australia First Party 8 .. 6 084 0.15 +0.07

Rise Up Australia Party 7 .. 5 449 0.13 +0.13

Citizens Electoral Council of Australia 7 .. 4 057 0.10 +0.07

Australian Sex Party 2 .. 3 292 0.08 ..

Australian Stable Population Party 4 .. 2 245 0.05 +0.05

Australian Independents 3 .. 2 092 0.05 +0.05

Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) 2 .. 1 332 0.03 -0.04

Socialist Alliance 2 .. 1 229 0.03 -0.06

Future Party 1 .. 693 0.02 +0.02

Secular Party of Australia 1 .. 602 0.01 -0.08

Australian Voice Party 1 .. 545 0.01 +0.01

Formal

4 153 829 92.41 -0.76

Informal

341 006 7.59 +0.76

Total/Turnout 352 48 4 494 835 93.30 -0.03

Enrolled 4 817 504

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Table 2: House of Representatives: State summary continued

Victoria

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Liberal Party/National Party Coalition

Liberal Party 36 14 1 320 417 40.08 +3.63

The Nationals 4 2 86 045 2.61 -0.58

Total Coalition 40 16 1 406 462 42.69 +3.05

Australian Labor Party 37 19 1 146 894 34.81 -8.00

The Greens 37 1 355 698 10.80 -1.86

Palmer United Party 37 .. 119 623 3.63 +3.63

Australian Sex Party 29 .. 67 460 2.05 +1.86

Family First Party 37 .. 59 288 1.80 -1.34

Independents 26 1 53 307 1.62 +0.79

Rise Up Australia Party 31 .. 18 124 0.55 +0.55

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) 13 .. 16 714 0.51 +0.51

Australian Christians 15 .. 15 886 0.48 +0.48

Katter's Australian Party 11 .. 15 409 0.47 +0.47

Liberal Democratic Party 1 .. 4 716 0.14 -0.11

Country Alliance 8 .. 4 708 0.14 +0.14

Animal Justice Party 2 .. 1 878 0.06 +0.06

Bullet Train For Australia 3 .. 1 772 0.05 +0.05

Socialist Alliance 2 .. 1 703 0.05 -0.02

Australian Stable Population Party 3 .. 856 0.03 +0.03

Secular Party of Australia 3 .. 776 0.02 -0.14

Citizens Electoral Council of Australia 2 .. 557 0.02 -0.01

Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) 1 .. 215 0.01 +0.01

Australia First Party 1 .. 212 0.01 ..

Senator Online (Internet Voting Bills/Issues) 1 .. 209 0.01 +0.01

Australian Independents 1 .. 170 0.01 +0.01

Australian Protectionist Party 1 .. 156 .. ..

Others 2 .. 1 866 0.06 +0.04

Formal

3 294 659 94.81 -0.69

Informal

180 267 5.19 +0.69

Total/Turnout 344 37 3 474 926 93.40 -0.09

Enrolled 3 720 640

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Table 2: House of Representatives: State summary continued

Queensland

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Liberal National Party of Queensland 30 22 1 152 217 45.66 -1.76

Australian Labor Party 30 6 751 230 29.77 -3.81

Palmer United Party 30 1 278 125 11.02 +11.02

The Greens 30 .. 156 884 6.22 -4.70

Katter's Australian Party 26 1 94 540 3.75 +2.15

Family First Party 30 .. 51 375 2.04 -1.85

Independents 11 .. 10 435 0.41 -1.48

Rise Up Australia Party 17 .. 9 889 0.39 +0.39

Australian Sex Party 2 .. 2 859 0.11 +0.11

One Nation 4 .. 2 529 0.10 -0.06

Citizens Electoral Council of Australia 7 .. 2 292 0.09 +0.03

Australian Independents 2 .. 1 901 0.08 +0.08

Secular Party of Australia 3 .. 1 808 0.07 +0.05

Australian Voice Party 3 .. 1 136 0.05 +0.05

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) 1 .. 1 075 0.04 -0.15

Australian Stable Population Party 2 .. 729 0.03 +0.03

Future Party 1 .. 481 0.02 +0.02

Uniting Australia Party 1 .. 386 0.02 +0.02

Socialist Alliance 1 .. 377 0.01 -0.02

Others 2 .. 2 984 0.12 +0.09

Formal

2 523 252 94.87 +0.32

Informal

136 403 5.13 -0.32

Total/Turnout 233 30 2 659 655 93.55 +0.82

Enrolled 2 843 100

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Table 2: House of Representatives: State summary continued

Western Australia

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Liberal Party/National Party Coalition

Liberal Party 15 12 599 153 47.31 +0.29

The Nationals 5 .. 49 430 3.90 +0.32

Total Coalition 20 12 648 583 51.21 +0.61

Australian Labor Party 15 3 364 252 28.76 -2.42

The Greens 15 .. 123 370 9.74 -3.39

Palmer United Party 15 .. 67 332 5.32 +5.32

Australian Christians 15 .. 25 649 2.03 +2.03

Family First Party 11 .. 11 777 0.93 -0.79

Rise Up Australia Party 14 .. 9 153 0.72 +0.72

Katter's Australian Party 7 .. 4 997 0.39 +0.39

Independents 3 .. 3 357 0.27 -0.15

Australian Sex Party 1 .. 2 236 0.18 +0.01

Citizens Electoral Council of Australia 6 .. 1 638 0.13 +0.02

Australian Sports Party 1 .. 1 324 0.10 +0.10

Australian Democrats 2 .. 1 170 0.09 +0.09

Australian Protectionist Party 2 .. 923 0.07 +0.07

Socialist Alliance 1 .. 743 0.06 -0.05

Formal

1 266 504 94.62 -0.56

Informal

72 032 5.38 +0.56

Total/Turnout 128 15 1 338 536 92.07 -0.77

Enrolled

1 453 813

South Australia

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Liberal Party/National Party Coalition

Liberal Party 11 6 447 286 44.49 +4.28

The Nationals 1 .. 4 021 0.40 +0.40

Total Coalition 12 6 451 307 44.89 +4.68

Australian Labor Party 11 5 359 273 35.73 -5.01

The Greens 11 .. 83 252 8.28 -3.70

Family First Party 11 .. 54 409 5.41 +0.45

Palmer United Party 11 .. 37 981 3.78 +3.78

Independents 3 .. 12 834 1.28 +0.76

Katter's Australian Party 3 .. 2 268 0.23 +0.23

Rise Up Australia Party 1 .. 1 191 0.12 +0.12

Australia First Party 1 .. 1 116 0.11 +0.11

Socialist Alliance 1 .. 980 0.10 +0.02

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) 1 .. 834 0.08 +0.08

Formal

1 005 445 95.15 +0.61

Informal

51 239 4.85 -0.61

Total/Turnout 66 11 1 056 684 93.46 -0.37

Enrolled

1 130 572

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Table 2: House of Representatives: State summary continued

Tasmania

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Liberal Party 5 3 132 961 40.26 +6.66

Australian Labor Party 5 1 114 977 34.81 -9.14

The Greens 5 .. 27 467 8.32 -8.50

Independents 1 1 24 688 7.47 +2.69

Palmer United Party 5 .. 20 026 6.06 +6.06

Family First Party 4 .. 4 971 1.51 +1.51

Rise Up Australia Party 4 .. 1 824 0.55 +0.55

Australian Christians 1 .. 963 0.29 +0.29

Australian Sex Party 1 .. 877 0.27 +0.27

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) 1 .. 554 0.17 +0.17

Katter's Australian Party 1 .. 478 0.14 +0.14

Secular Party of Australia 1 .. 384 0.12 -0.21

Australian Stable Population Party 1 .. 124 0.04 +0.04

Formal

330 294 95.96 ..

Informal

13 892 4.04 ..

Total/Turnout 35 5 344 186 94.73 -0.34

Enrolled

363 331

Australian Capital Territory

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 2 2 103 676 42.93 -2.09

Liberal Party 2 .. 83 612 34.62 -0.19

The Greens 2 .. 32 356 13.40 -5.80

Bullet Train For Australia 2 .. 9 855 4.08 +4.08

Palmer United Party 2 .. 6 788 2.81 +2.81

Australian Democrats 1 .. 2 444 1.01 +1.01

Rise Up Australia Party 1 .. 1 508 0.62 +0.62

Secular Party of Australia 1 .. 1 264 0.52 -0.45

Formal

241 503 96.17 +0.83

Informal

9 617 3.83 -0.83

Total/Turnout 13 2 251 120 94.64 +0.01

Enrolled

265 346

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Table 2: House of Representatives: State summary continued

Northern Territory

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Country Liberals (NT) 2 1 41 468 41.70 +0.87

Australian Labor Party 2 1 37 221 37.43 -0.48

The Greens 2 .. 7 841 7.89 -5.08

Palmer United Party 2 .. 4 609 4.63 +4.63

Citizens Electoral Council of Australia 2 .. 1 856 1.87 -0.61

Australian Sex Party 1 .. 1 847 1.86 +1.86

Australia's First Nations Political Party 2 .. 1 810 1.82 +1.82

Rise Up Australia Party 2 .. 1 444 1.45 +1.45

Independents 1 .. 748 0.75 -3.46

Voluntary Euthanasia Party 1 .. 597 0.60 +0.60

Formal

99 441 93.70 -0.11

Informal

6 687 6.30 +0.11

Total/Turnout 17 2 106 128 82.22 -0.45

Enrolled

129 079

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Table 3: House of Representatives: Regional summary Inner metropolitan Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 44 22 1 370 794 35.74 -3.64

Liberal Party (a) 41 19 1 550 148 40.42 +2.28

Liberal National Party of Queensland 3 1 113 737 2.97 +0.04

The Greens 44 1 489 958 12.78 -2.67

Palmer United Party 44 .. 109 202 2.85 +2.85

Family First Party 24 .. 35 503 0.93 -0.42

Others 136 1 165 907 4.33 +1.85

Formal

3 835 249 94.01 -0.42

Informal

244 452 5.99 +0.42

Total/turnout 336 44 4 079 701 92.22 -0.01

Enrolled

4 423 881 (a) Includes Country Liberals (NT).

Outer metropolitan

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 43 19 1 352 868 36.74 -4.47

Liberal Party 33 17 1 250 447 33.96 +1.92

Liberal National Party of Queensland 10 7 376 151 10.22 +0.11

The Nationals 2 .. 6 033 0.16 +0.10

The Greens 43 .. 261 194 7.09 -3.80

Palmer United Party 43 .. 213 015 5.78 +5.78

Family First Party 30 .. 63 511 1.72 -1.08

Others 126 .. 159 071 4.32 +1.86

Formal

3 682 290 93.66 -0.29

Informal

249 225 6.34 +0.29

Total/turnout 330 43 3 931 515 93.40 +0.02

Enrolled

4 209 139

Total metropolitan Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 87 41 2 723 662 36.23 -4.04

Liberal Party (a) 74 36 2 800 595 37.26 +2.09

Liberal National Party of Queensland 13 8 489 888 6.52 +0.10

The Nationals 2 .. 6 033 0.08 +0.05

The Greens 87 1 751 152 9.99 -3.24

Palmer United Party 87 .. 322 217 4.29 +4.29

Family First Party 54 .. 99 014 1.32 -0.73

Others 262 1 324 978 4.32 +1.86

Formal

7 517 539 93.84 -0.35

Informal

493 677 6.16 +0.35

Total/turnout 666 87 8 011 216 92.80 -0.04

Enrolled

8 633 020

(a) Includes Country Liberals (NT).

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Table 3: House of Representatives: Regional summary continued

Provincial

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 21 9 646 117 35.86 -6.16

Liberal Party 13 5 438 010 24.31 +1.16

Liberal National Party of Queensland 8 7 307 724 17.08 -1.12

The Nationals 3 .. 13 781 0.76 +0.50

Palmer United Party 21 .. 133 681 7.42 +7.42

The Greens 21 .. 127 063 7.05 -3.84

Family First Party 13 .. 23 325 1.29 -1.15

Others 80 .. 111 925 6.21 +3.55

Formal

1 801 626 94.29 -0.21

Informal

109 160 5.71 +0.21

Total/turnout 180 21 1 910 786 94.11 +0.18

Enrolled

2 030 375

Rural Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 42 5 941 586 26.19 -5.05

Liberal Party (a) 23 18 937 728 26.08 +0.67

Liberal National Party of Queensland 9 7 354 605 9.86 -0.32

The Nationals 15 9 534 454 14.86 +1.72

Palmer United Party 42 1 253 137 7.04 +7.04

The Greens 42 .. 238 703 6.64 -2.52

Family First Party 26 .. 59 481 1.65 -0.92

Others 143 2 276 068 7.68 -0.36

Formal

3 595 762 94.52 -0.43

Informal

208 306 5.48 +0.43

Total/turnout 342 42 3 804 068 93.70 +0.02

Enrolled

4 059 990

(a) Includes Country Liberals (NT).

Total non-metropolitan

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 63 14 1 587 703 29.42 -5.40

Liberal Party (a) 36 23 1 375 738 25.49 +0.83

Liberal National Party of Queensland 17 14 662 329 12.27 -0.58

The Nationals 18 9 548 235 10.16 +1.30

Palmer United Party 63 1 386 818 7.17 +7.17

The Greens 63 .. 365 766 6.78 -2.95

Family First Party 39 .. 82 806 1.53 -1.00

Others 223 2 387 993 7.19 +0.86

Formal

5 397 388 94.44 -0.36

Informal

317 466 5.56 +0.36

Total/turnout 522 63 5 714 854 93.83 +0.07

Enrolled

6 090 365

(a) Includes Country Liberals (NT).

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Table 4: House of Representatives: Party status summary Safe ALP held seats Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 29 28 1 172 894 45.95 -6.29

Liberal Party 28 1 812 525 31.83 +3.13

The Nationals 2 .. 38 709 1.52 +0.30

The Greens 29 .. 227 616 8.92 -3.86

Palmer United Party 29 .. 118 356 4.64 +4.64

Family First Party 19 .. 51 207 2.01 -0.46

Others 92 .. 131 430 5.15 +3.14

Formal

2 552 737 93.70 -0.26

Informal

171 694 6.30 +0.26

Total/turnout 228 29 2 724 431 92.97 +0.69

Enrolled

2 930 331

Fairly safe ALP held seats Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 17 13 592 664 41.34 -5.05

Liberal Party 15 4 501 343 34.97 +1.32

Liberal National Party of Queensland 1 .. 36 481 2.54 +0.48

The Nationals 2 .. 36 710 2.56 +1.33

The Greens 17 .. 143 438 10.00 -3.70

Palmer United Party 17 .. 50 227 3.50 +3.50

Family First Party 9 .. 12 889 0.90 -0.43

Others 52 .. 60 039 4.19 +3.24

Formal

1 433 791 92.95 -0.50

Informal

108 729 7.05 +0.50

Total/turnout 130 17 1 542 520 92.86 -0.38

Enrolled

1 661 144

Marginal ALP held seats Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 26 14 863 987 39.22 -3.25

Liberal Party (a) 18 9 650 116 29.52 +1.38

Liberal National Party of Queensland 7 2 225 292 10.23 -0.24

The Nationals 2 1 40 686 1.85 +0.11

The Greens 26 .. 170 130 7.72 -3.74

Palmer United Party 26 .. 110 113 5.00 +5.00

Family First Party 14 .. 24 170 1.10 -1.08

Others 98 .. 118 206 5.37 +2.36

Formal

2 202 700 93.49 -0.29

Informal

153 485 6.51 +0.29

Total/turnout 217 26 2 356 185 92.96 -0.56

Enrolled 2 534 744

(a) Includes Country Liberals (NT).

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Table 4: House of Representatives: Party status summary continued

Total ALP held seats

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 72 55 2 629 545 42.49 -4.93

Liberal Party (a) 61 14 1 963 984 31.73 +2.06

Liberal National Party of Queensland 8 2 261 773 4.23 +0.05

The Nationals 6 1 116 105 1.88 +0.48

The Greens 72 .. 541 184 8.74 -3.79

Palmer United Party 72 .. 278 696 4.50 +4.50

Family First Party 42 .. 88 266 1.43 -0.49

Others 242 .. 309 675 5.00 +2.69

Formal

6 189 228 93.45 -0.33

Informal

433 908 6.55 +0.33

Total/turnout 575 72 6 623 136 92.94 +0.02

Enrolled 7 126 219

(a) Includes Country Liberals (NT).

Safe LP held seats

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 16 .. 292 763 20.95 -3.21

Liberal Party 16 16 821 920 58.81 +0.68

The Nationals 2 .. 21 166 1.51 +0.57

The Greens 16 .. 136 749 9.79 -2.22

Palmer United Party 16 .. 50 624 3.62 +3.62

Family First Party 4 .. 14 598 1.04 -0.49

Others 42 .. 59 656 4.27 +1.72

Formal

1 397 476 94.48 -0.66

Informal

81 680 5.52 +0.66

Total/turnout 112 16 1 479 156 92.94 -0.26

Enrolled 1 591 572

Fairly safe LP held seats Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 12 .. 259 836 24.38 -5.43

Liberal Party 12 11 561 965 52.72 +1.87

The Nationals 2 .. 9 664 0.91 +0.25

The Greens 12 .. 111 986 10.51 -2.33

Palmer United Party 12 .. 41 601 3.90 +3.90

Family First Party 10 .. 17 850 1.67 -0.88

Others 36 1 63 000 5.91 +2.83

Formal

1 065 902 95.37 -0.38

Informal

51 760 4.63 +0.38

Total/turnout 96 12 1 117 662 93.81 +0.27

Enrolled 1 191 371

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Marginal LP held seats

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 17 .. 446 268 30.50 -6.07

Liberal Party (a) 17 17 738 458 50.46 +3.19

The Nationals 1 .. 1 707 0.12 +0.12

The Greens 17 .. 125 937 8.61 -1.66

Palmer United Party 17 .. 69 360 4.74 +4.74

Family First Party 10 .. 19 600 1.34 -0.79

Others 51 .. 62 001 4.24 +1.76

Formal 1 463 331 94.43 -0.26

Informal 86 325 5.57 +0.26

Total/turnout 130 17 1 549 656 93.42 -0.21

Enrolled 1 658 874

(a) Includes Country Liberals (NT).

Total LP held seats

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 45 .. 998 867 25.44 -4.85

Liberal Party (a) 45 44 2 122 343 54.05 +1.92

The Nationals 5 .. 32 537 0.83 +0.31

The Greens 45 .. 374 672 9.54 -2.05

Palmer United Party 45 .. 161 585 4.12 +4.12

Family First Party 24 .. 52 048 1.33 -0.70

Others 129 1 184 657 12.62 +1.62

Formal 3 926 709 94.70 -0.44

Informal 219 765 5.30 +0.44

Total/turnout 338 45 4 146 474 93.35 -0.17

Enrolled 4 441 817

(a) Includes Country Liberals (NT).

Safe LNP held seats

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 9 .. 171 705 22.64 -3.59

Liberal National Party of Queensland 9 9 390 669 51.50 -6.76

The Greens 9 .. 38 856 5.12 -4.16

Palmer United Party 9 .. 107 879 14.22 +14.22

Family First Party 9 .. 17 787 2.34 -1.45

Katter's Australian Party 6 .. 22 599 2.98 +2.98

Others 12 .. 9 055 1.19 -1.13

Formal

758 550 95.10 +0.53

Informal

39 079 4.90 -0.53

Total/turnout 63 9 797 629 93.69 +0.67

Enrolled 851 347

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Fairly safe LNP held seats

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 2 .. 38 814 22.02 -4.07

Liberal National Party of Queensland 2 1 82 325 46.71 -0.77

The Greens 2 .. 20 281 11.51 -7.00

Palmer United Party 2 1 26 967 15.30 +15.30

Family First Party 2 .. 2 629 1.49 -1.93

Katter's Australian Party 2 .. 2 763 1.57 +1.57

Others 3 .. 2 486 1.41 -3.09

Formal 176 265 95.84 -0.26

Informal 7 647 4.16 +0.26

Total/turnout 15 2 183 912 93.77 +0.71

Enrolled 196 140

Marginal LNP held seats Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 10 .. 259 311 30.87 -5.15

Liberal National Party of Queensland 10 10 383 106 45.60 -0.58

The Greens 10 .. 52 604 6.26 -4.72

Palmer United Party 10 .. 84 047 10.00 +10.00

Family First Party 10 .. 15 335 1.83 -2.29

Katter's Australian Party 9 .. 29 192 3.47 +3.47

Others 23 .. 16 497 1.96 -0.21

Formal 840 092 94.81 +0.40

Informal 45 948 5.19 -0.40

Total/turnout 82 10 886 040 93.47 +0.83

Enrolled 947 970

Total LNP held seats Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 21 .. 469 830 26.47 -4.35

Liberal National Party of Queensland 21 20 856 100 48.23 -3.27

The Greens 21 .. 111 741 6.30 -4.71

Palmer United Party 21 1 218 893 12.33 +12.33

Family First Party 21 .. 35 751 2.01 -1.90

Katter's Australian Party 17 .. 54 554 3.07 +3.07

Others 38 .. 28 038 1.58 -0.90

Formal

1 774 907 95.04 +0.39

Informal

92 674 4.96 -0.39

Total/turnout 160 21 1 867 581 93.59 +0.74

Enrolled 1 995 457

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Safe NP held seats

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 5 .. 95 492 21.50 -3.51

Liberal Party 1 .. 23 363 5.26 +1.37

The Nationals 5 5 243 535 54.83 +0.44

The Greens 5 .. 19 590 4.41 -1.67

Palmer United Party 5 .. 22 293 5.02 +5.02

Family First Party 2 .. 2 947 0.66 -1.28

Others 24 .. 36 964 8.32 -0.03

Formal 444 184 93.66 -1.56

Informal 30 055 6.34 +1.56

Total/turnout 47 5 474 239 94.65 +0.32

Enrolled 501 062

Fairly safe NP held seats Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 1 .. 21 910 25.37 -2.45

The Nationals 1 1 45 820 53.05 +2.28

The Greens 1 .. 10 685 12.37 +3.28

Palmer United Party 1 .. 5 739 6.64 +6.64

Others 1 .. 2 224 2.57 +0.18

Formal 86 378 94.72 -0.95

Informal 4 813 5.28 +0.95

Total/turnout 5 1 91 191 93.84 -0.30

Enrolled 97 180

Marginal NP held seats Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 1 .. 14 234 17.25 +0.14

Liberal Party 1 1 32 284 39.13 +0.77

The Nationals 1 .. 20 914 25.35 -3.50

The Greens 1 .. 5 627 6.82 -2.04

Palmer United Party 1 .. 3 581 4.34 +4.34

Family First Party 1 .. 698 0.85 -0.58

Others 5 .. 5 172 6.27 +3.60

Formal

82 510 94.06 -0.57

Informal

5 206 5.94 +0.57

Total/turnout 11 1 87 716 92.27 -2.13

Enrolled 95 069

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Total NP held seats

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 7 .. 131 636 21.47 -2.87

Liberal Party 2 1 55 647 9.08 +1.12

The Nationals 7 6 310 269 50.61 +0.14

Palmer United Party 7 .. 31 613 5.16 +5.16

The Greens 7 .. 35 902 5.86 -1.01

Family First Party 3 .. 3 645 0.59 -1.01

Others 30 .. 44 360 7.24 -1.29

Formal 613 072 93.86 -1.34

Informal 40 074 6.14 +1.34

Total/turnout 63 7 653 146 94.21 -0.11

Enrolled 693 311

GRN held seats Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 1 .. 22 490 26.60 -11.54

Liberal Party 1 .. 19 301 22.83 +1.37

The Greens 1 1 36 035 42.62 +7.03

Palmer United Party 1 .. 780 0.92 +0.92

Family First Party 1 .. 453 0.54 -1.03

Others 11 .. 5 492 6.50 +3.93

Formal 84 551 94.05 -2.28

Informal 5 348 5.95 +2.28

Total/turnout 16 1 89 899 90.69 +0.60

Enrolled 99 130

Independent held seats Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 4 .. 58 997 18.07 -0.09

Liberal Party 1 .. 15 058 4.61 +0.06

Liberal National Party of Queensland 1 .. 34 344 10.52 +3.78

The Nationals 2 2 95 357 29.21 +13.03

The Greens 4 .. 17 384 5.33 -1.76

Palmer United Party 4 .. 17 468 5.35 +5.35

Family First Party 2 .. 1 657 0.51 ..

Others 18 2 86 195 26.40 -20.11

Formal

326 460 94.40 -1.52

Informal

19 374 5.60 +1.52

Total/turnout 36 4 345 834 94.12 +0.90

Enrolled 367 451

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Table 5: House of Representatives: Socio-economic status summary Low Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 38 15 1 060 516 33.37 -3.38

Liberal Party (a) 22 9 731 358 23.02 +0.95

Liberal National Party of Queensland 6 4 231 267 7.28 -0.35

The Nationals 13 9 499 596 15.72 +2.19

The Greens 38 .. 181 069 5.70 -3.04

Palmer United Party 38 .. 197 432 6.21 +6.21

Family First Party 19 .. 53 490 1.68 -0.42

Others 116 1 222 891 7.01 -1.71

Formal 3 177 619 93.26 -0.49

Informal 229 582 6.74 +0.49

Total/turnout 290 38 3 407 201 93.36 -0.32

Enrolled 3 649 518

(a) Includes Country Liberals (NT).

Lower middle

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 37 16 1 142 127 36.18 -6.78

Liberal Party 28 12 967 930 30.66 +1.27

Liberal National Party of Queensland 9 7 321 623 10.19 -0.07

The Nationals 4 .. 44 410 1.41 +0.21

The Greens 37 .. 212 923 6.74 -3.47

Palmer United Party 37 .. 186 006 5.89 +5.89

Family First Party 26 .. 43 973 1.39 -1.43

Others 143 2 238 149 7.54 +4.94

Formal 3 157 141 93.86 -0.42

Informal 206 647 6.14 +0.42

Total/turnout 321 37 3 363 788 93.39 +0.19

Enrolled 3 601 695

Upper middle Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 38 13 1 099 974 33.66 -5.46

Liberal Party (a) 29 16 1 061 024 32.47 +1.99

Liberal National Party of Queensland 9 7 357 626 10.95 -0.81

The Nationals 3 .. 10 262 0.31 +0.09

The Greens 38 1 325 567 9.96 -3.11

Palmer United Party 38 1 213 436 6.53 +6.53

Family First Party 29 .. 58 777 1.80 -0.91

Others 126 .. 140 753 4.31 +2.07

Formal 3 267 419 94.15 -0.21

Informal 202 918 5.85 +0.21

Total/turnout 310 38 3 470 337 93.00 -0.09

Enrolled 3 731 696

(a) Includes Country Liberals (NT).

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Table 5: House of Representatives: Socio-economic status summary continued

High

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 37 11 1 008 748 30.45 -2.93

Liberal Party 31 22 1 416 021 42.74 +1.92

Liberal National Party of Queensland 6 4 241 701 7.30 +0.40

The Greens 37 .. 397 359 11.99 -2.92

Palmer United Party 37 .. 112 161 3.39 +3.39

Family First Party 19 .. 25 580 0.77 -0.66

Others 100 .. 111 178 3.36 +1.26

Formal 3 312 748 95.06 -0.32

Informal 171 996 4.94 +0.32

Total/turnout 267 37 3 484 744 93.16 +0.25

Enrolled 3 740 476

Note: For an explanation of the socio-economic status classifications see: P Nelson, Socio-economic indexes for 2009 electoral divisions: 2006 Census, Research paper 1, 28 July 2010, Parliamentary Library, Canberra, 2010-11.

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Table 6a: House of Representatives: Electoral division summary (number) Number First preference votes Formal Informal Total Electors

Division ALP LP LNP NP GRN PUP Others votes votes votes enrolled

New South Wales

Banks 34 835 39 899 .. .. 4 242 2 125 3 774 84 875 9 374 94 249 101 490

Barton 32 345 33 881 .. .. 4 788 3 114 5 873 80 001 10 948 90 949 98 663

Bennelong 28 726 46 907 .. .. 7 454 1 589 3 846 88 522 7 200 95 722 102 508

Berowra 16 402 53 236 .. .. 8 684 2 324 6 001 86 647 5 096 91 743 97 000

Blaxland 43 568 25 579 .. .. 2 416 2 119 4 495 78 177 12 380 90 557 100 261

Bradfield 14 720 57 506 .. .. 11 429 2 366 2 663 88 684 5 401 94 085 100 458

Calare 23 185 .. .. 52 650 4 054 4 356 7 078 91 323 5 942 97 265 102 038

Charlton 40 125 24 646 .. .. 5 820 9 412 6 397 86 400 6 618 93 018 98 551

Chifley 43 044 26 479 .. .. 2 198 3 361 7 219 82 301 12 690 94 991 102 369

Cook 22 850 55 707 .. .. 6 058 3 765 3 919 92 299 5 813 98 112 104 183

Cowper 21 910 .. .. 45 820 10 685 5 739 2 224 86 378 4 813 91 191 97 180

Cunningham 41 522 30 685 .. .. 10 730 4 253 3 987 91 177 6 208 97 385 104 092

Dobell 30 248 35 617 .. .. 4 238 2 920 13 117 86 140 6 994 93 134 99 239

Eden-Monaro 34 638 40 431 .. .. 6 725 4 655 2 864 89 313 5 240 94 553 100 021

Farrer 19 708 47 977 .. .. 3 643 3 392 8 276 82 996 6 357 89 353 94 524

Fowler 47 772 21 043 .. .. 2 684 2 722 4 407 78 628 12 728 91 356 99 122

Gilmore 31 789 41 726 .. .. 8 438 5 726 3 030 90 709 4 946 95 655 101 469

Grayndler 42 009 21 981 .. .. 20 498 1 522 2 999 89 009 6 699 95 708 104 808

Greenway 38 319 34 488 .. .. 3 175 3 483 6 676 86 141 9 549 95 690 101 829

Hughes 28 406 48 436 .. .. 3 948 5 224 2 561 88 575 7 071 95 646 101 488

Hume 23 711 49 105 .. .. 5 218 4 015 8 945 90 994 6 142 97 136 102 291

Hunter 38 241 .. .. 30 170 5 066 6 552 5 912 85 941 6 014 91 955 97 291

Kingsford Smith 36 177 37 455 .. .. 8 431 1 611 2 429 86 103 8 130 94 233 102 418

Lindsay 34 212 40 882 .. .. 2 679 4 517 5 368 87 658 7 837 95 495 101 229

Lyne 18 352 .. .. 45 871 5 340 4 727 11 955 86 245 5 809 92 054 97 138

Macarthur 26 039 46 185 .. .. 3 929 4 916 3 940 85 009 7 225 92 234 97 941

Mackellar 15 606 56 521 .. .. 12 843 3 771 1 791 90 532 5 525 96 057 102 861

Macquarie 27 872 42 590 .. .. 9 986 3 731 5 745 89 924 5 362 95 286 100 681

McMahon 41 334 33 430 .. .. 2 410 2 862 2 323 82 359 10 542 92 901 99 279

Mitchell 17 775 56 706 .. .. 5 554 2 792 3 781 86 608 5 833 92 441 97 682

New England 10 825 .. .. 49 486 4 184 4 746 22 048 91 289 5 881 97 170 102 116

Newcastle 37 391 29 632 .. .. 10 258 3 518 4 696 85 495 5 653 91 148 97 397

North Sydney 17 727 53 991 .. .. 13 579 1 493 1 658 88 448 5 031 93 479 101 333

Page 33 336 .. .. 40 088 5 601 4 135 2 775 85 935 4 223 90 158 95 724

Parkes 18 850 .. .. 58 020 4 691 6 724 2 354 90 639 5 519 96 158 101 936

Parramatta 33 261 35 724 .. .. 4 261 1 760 5 609 80 615 9 474 90 089 98 602

Paterson 25 811 46 922 .. .. 5 812 5 451 3 121 87 117 4 746 91 863 97 107

Reid 34 817 40 430 .. .. 5 968 1 298 3 311 85 824 9 003 94 827 103 761

Richmond 28 575 .. .. 32 066 15 083 6 359 3 195 85 278 4 403 89 681 97 421

Riverina 17 970 .. .. 52 062 3 169 4 545 10 227 87 973 6 592 94 565 100 115

Robertson 31 046 38 704 .. .. 4 966 2 082 12 342 89 140 5 604 94 744 100 815

Shortland 41 892 32 532 .. .. 5 198 5 341 1 081 86 044 5 498 91 542 96 947

Sydney 40 579 26 901 .. .. 15 273 1 261 4 137 88 151 5 830 93 981 106 401

Throsby 37 980 23 498 .. 8 539 4 613 3 885 5 878 84 393 8 174 92 567 98 401

Warringah 17 259 54 388 .. .. 13 873 1 961 1 846 89 327 5 078 94 405 102 672

Watson 39 126 30 617 .. .. 4 171 1 970 3 146 79 030 12 814 91 844 101 285

Wentworth 17 840 58 306 .. .. 13 455 998 1 485 92 084 5 564 97 648 109 347

Werriwa 34 117 30 693 .. .. 2 532 3 363 6 674 77 379 11 433 88 812 96 020

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Table 6a: House of Representatives: Electoral division summary (number) continued

Number

First preference votes Formal Informal Total Electors

Division ALP LP LNP NP GRN PUP Others votes votes votes enrolled

Victoria

Aston 27 850 44 030 .. .. 5 017 3 206 5 238 85 341 4 047 89 388 94 357

Ballarat 39 251 35 592 .. .. 8 911 3 396 6 513 93 663 4 578 98 241 103 500

Batman 36 798 20 017 .. .. 23 522 2 253 6 524 89 114 5 450 94 564 103 239

Bendigo 33 829 36 701 .. 4 644 8 600 2 336 6 409 92 519 5 600 98 119 102 928

Bruce 34 626 35 501 .. .. 5 491 2 173 4 854 82 645 4 810 87 455 94 772

Calwell 42 819 24 490 .. .. 4 632 3 728 10 303 85 972 7 398 93 370 102 682

Casey 24 651 43 538 .. .. 9 641 4 413 6 286 88 529 4 291 92 820 97 761

Chisholm 34 015 37 990 .. .. 8 133 1 405 4 566 86 109 3 802 89 911 96 315

Corangamite 29 728 44 778 .. 598 11 007 2 026 4 664 92 801 4 304 97 105 101 640

Corio 39 267 31 768 .. .. 6 593 5 122 7 503 90 253 5 049 95 302 101 210

Deakin 28 883 40 482 .. .. 9 560 1 949 7 366 88 240 3 989 92 229 97 381

Dunkley 27 155 42 869 .. .. 8 199 3 707 6 004 87 934 4 424 92 358 99 004

Flinders 23 666 51 972 .. .. 9 148 5 639 3 496 93 921 4 916 98 837 105 435

Gellibrand 40 236 23 343 .. .. 14 623 3 413 5 773 87 388 5 202 92 590 102 190

Gippsland 20 467 .. .. 47 533 5 039 3 785 11 591 88 415 5 629 94 044 99 573

Goldstein 21 591 51 193 .. .. 14 408 2 044 1 355 90 591 3 121 93 712 100 583

Gorton 44 449 22 328 .. .. 5 597 5 238 10 002 87 614 6 706 94 320 102 293

Higgins 21 027 47 467 .. .. 14 669 1 385 2 759 87 307 3 239 90 546 98 404

Holt 43 096 29 181 .. .. 3 469 4 931 8 746 89 423 5 789 95 212 102 585

Hotham 40 512 31 929 .. .. 7 327 2 981 3 210 85 959 4 365 90 324 97 618

Indi 10 375 39 785 .. .. 3 041 2 417 33 425 89 043 4 774 93 817 98 637

Isaacs 35 837 34 864 .. .. 6 120 2 846 7 041 86 708 4 375 91 083 97 897

Jagajaga 34 813 38 422 .. .. 11 863 2 452 4 055 91 605 3 549 95 154 101 205

Kooyong 19 655 48 802 .. .. 14 526 1 406 3 237 87 626 3 073 90 699 97 044

La Trobe 28 488 40 925 .. .. 8 905 4 514 6 034 88 866 4 083 92 949 98 006

Lalor 42 184 27 321 .. .. 5 615 5 416 12 845 93 381 6 630 100 011 107 392

Mallee 15 020 23 363 .. 33 270 2 637 2 883 8 661 85 834 6 373 92 207 97 400

Maribyrnong 43 162 29 767 .. .. 8 920 2 470 5 798 90 117 5 940 96 057 104 938

McEwen 38 091 40 853 .. .. 7 187 6 822 8 308 101 261 4 910 106 171 112 012

McMillan 23 537 47 316 .. .. 7 157 4 380 11 562 93 952 6 118 100 070 105 739

Melbourne 22 490 19 301 .. .. 36 035 780 5 945 84 551 5 348 89 899 99 130

Melbourne Ports 25 676 33 278 .. .. 16 353 1 122 4 644 81 073 3 223 84 296 93 616

Menzies 22 788 52 290 .. .. 7 663 2 353 3 712 88 806 3 987 92 793 98 647

Murray 18 403 54 490 .. .. 3 485 2 964 9 390 88 732 5 992 94 724 100 185

Scullin 45 484 26 369 .. .. 6 780 5 991 5 872 90 496 6 214 96 710 103 691

Wannon 26 044 47 392 .. .. 5 668 3 519 5 579 88 202 3 665 91 867 96 084

Wills 40 931 20 710 .. .. 20 157 2 158 6 712 90 668 5 304 95 972 105 547

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Table 6a: House of Representatives: Electoral division summary (number) continued

Number

First preference votes Formal Informal Total Electors

Division ALP LP LNP NP GRN PUP Others votes votes votes enrolled

Queensland

Blair 32 818 .. 26 734 .. 3 359 9 805 6 263 78 979 4 749 83 728 88 656

Bonner 30 927 .. 40 186 .. 5 876 6 712 2 175 85 876 3 895 89 771 95 475

Bowman 25 967 .. 42 828 .. 5 198 11 049 1 868 86 910 4 102 91 012 95 879

Brisbane 26 163 .. 41 681 .. 12 452 3 643 2 918 86 857 3 504 90 361 97 446

Capricornia 31 450 .. 33 608 .. 2 910 6 747 10 198 84 913 4 614 89 527 94 409

Dawson 26 030 .. 40 507 .. 4 396 8 777 7 913 87 623 4 463 92 086 98 152

Dickson 26 848 .. 41 163 .. 5 507 8 390 3 824 85 732 3 819 89 551 94 375

Fadden 17 804 .. 42 962 .. 3 995 11 759 3 615 80 135 4 925 85 060 91 759

Fairfax 15 429 .. 34 959 .. 7 046 22 409 4 764 84 607 4 569 89 176 95 488

Fisher 16 297 .. 34 619 .. 5 908 13 559 7 472 77 855 4 803 82 658 88 383

Flynn 28 598 .. 39 362 .. 1 890 7 908 7 772 85 530 4 725 90 255 95 357

Forde 25 794 .. 32 271 .. 3 162 9 445 5 188 75 860 5 948 81 808 88 345

Griffith 34 878 .. 36 481 .. 8 799 2 903 3 348 86 409 4 323 90 732 97 413

Groom 19 451 .. 48 966 .. 3 823 8 225 7 538 88 003 3 656 91 659 96 926

Herbert 25 051 .. 36 952 .. 4 463 7 573 11 214 85 253 5 379 90 632 97 076

Hinkler 23 442 .. 38 005 .. 2 308 14 990 6 183 84 928 4 399 89 327 94 495

Kennedy 13 777 .. 34 344 .. 2 727 6 419 26 834 84 101 4 828 88 929 96 393

Leichhardt 27 920 .. 38 795 .. 5 646 7 326 6 029 85 716 4 939 90 655 99 312

Lilley 36 228 .. 37 232 .. 6 908 6 193 3 540 90 101 4 314 94 415 100 171

Longman 25 683 .. 37 570 .. 3 304 10 714 6 519 83 790 4 473 88 263 94 049

Maranoa 14 649 .. 51 622 .. 2 762 12 506 8 369 89 908 4 124 94 032 99 608

McPherson 18 866 .. 41 594 .. 5 689 13 203 3 575 82 927 4 559 87 486 94 463

Moncrieff 16 562 .. 44 295 .. 5 127 10 882 2 674 79 540 4 839 84 379 92 674

Moreton 31 932 .. 34 824 .. 8 234 4 147 3 312 82 449 4 912 87 361 94 271

Oxley 32 589 .. 29 064 .. 4 072 5 368 4 525 75 618 5 619 81 237 86 841

Petrie 32 630 .. 33 570 .. 3 729 8 422 4 222 82 573 4 530 87 103 92 973

Rankin 35 098 .. 30 260 .. 4 405 9 228 4 211 83 202 5 840 89 042 96 516

Ryan 23 385 .. 47 366 .. 13 235 4 558 3 114 91 658 3 078 94 736 100 652

Wide Bay 17 697 .. 41 767 .. 5 596 13 574 6 825 85 459 4 199 89 658 95 172

Wright 17 267 .. 38 630 .. 4 358 11 691 8 794 80 740 4 276 85 016 90 371

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Table 6a: House of Representatives: Electoral division summary (number) continued

Number

First preference votes Formal Informal Total Electors

Division ALP LP LNP NP GRN PUP Others votes votes votes Enrolled

Western Australia

Brand 35 093 33 634 .. .. 6 343 6 518 5 288 86 876 5 257 92 133 99 867

Canning 23 578 45 189 .. 1 707 6 547 6 088 5 384 88 493 5 173 93 666 101 804

Cowan 27 248 41 849 .. .. 6 677 4 501 4 113 84 388 4 536 88 924 95 477

Curtin 15 189 52 623 .. .. 12 985 2 237 1 766 84 800 2 850 87 650 94 323

Durack 15 018 28 143 .. 17 145 5 227 4 998 3 505 74 036 5 056 79 092 90 852

Forrest 21 579 42 640 .. 5 338 8 136 4 301 3 429 85 423 5 095 90 518 96 933

Fremantle 35 554 33 219 .. .. 10 354 3 451 4 530 87 108 5 916 93 024 100 902

Hasluck 28 081 38 951 .. .. 6 546 5 885 6 300 85 763 5 163 90 926 98 464

Moore 22 324 45 562 .. .. 8 539 5 745 3 664 85 834 4 055 89 889 97 238

O'Connor 14 234 32 284 .. 20 914 5 627 3 581 5 870 82 510 5 206 87 716 95 069

Pearce 22 827 40 275 .. 4 326 9 901 6 587 4 275 88 191 5 528 93 719 101 317

Perth 34 215 33 021 .. .. 8 801 2 897 4 007 82 941 4 625 87 566 95 247

Stirling 23 531 43 039 .. .. 9 359 3 342 3 789 83 060 4 986 88 046 96 277

Swan 25 037 39 972 .. .. 9 446 3 463 3 889 81 807 4 879 86 686 95 234

Tangney 20 744 48 752 .. .. 8 882 3 738 3 158 85 274 3 707 88 981 94 809

South Australia

Adelaide 38 650 38 463 .. .. 9 251 1 943 3 149 91 456 3 770 95 226 102 976

Barker 16 993 48 678 .. 4 021 5 224 3 623 13 985 92 524 5 259 97 783 103 347

Boothby 29 018 47 484 .. .. 11 287 2 835 3 683 94 307 3 400 97 707 104 032

Grey 24 205 49 334 .. .. 3 289 4 457 7 366 88 651 5 063 93 714 100 758

Hindmarsh 35 876 43 639 .. .. 8 360 2 332 4 316 94 523 4 847 99 370 106 792

Kingston 43 328 28 492 .. .. 6 062 3 709 6 359 87 950 4 697 92 647 98 775

Makin 41 873 34 192 .. .. 5 429 3 818 6 596 91 908 4 717 96 625 102 817

Mayo 19 325 49 195 .. .. 12 931 3 434 6 525 91 410 3 684 95 094 100 519

Port Adelaide 46 024 23 955 .. .. 7 834 5 227 7 959 90 999 6 020 97 019 105 256

Sturt 26 258 49 429 .. .. 8 902 2 713 3 565 90 867 4 303 95 170 101 845

Wakefield 37 723 34 425 .. .. 4 683 3 890 10 129 90 850 5 479 96 329 103 455

Tasmania

Bass 22 643 31 267 .. .. 5 160 3 520 2 754 65 344 2 850 68 194 72 226

Braddon 24 791 30 904 .. .. 3 410 6 125 726 65 956 2 428 68 384 71 718

Denison 16 043 15 058 .. .. 5 133 1 576 27 015 64 825 2 856 67 681 71 804

Franklin 26 893 26 070 .. .. 8 201 4 108 2 072 67 344 2 639 69 983 73 593

Lyons 24 607 29 662 .. .. 5 563 4 697 2 296 66 825 3 119 69 944 73 990

Australian Capital Territory

Canberra 47 613 43 919 .. .. 14 691 3 725 6 020 115 968 4 758 120 726 127 359

Fraser 56 063 39 693 .. .. 17 665 3 063 9 051 125 535 4 859 130 394 137 987

Northern Territory (a)

Lingiari 18 292 17 593 .. .. 3 572 1 918 4 644 46 019 3 696 49 715 65 916

Solomon 18 929 23 875 .. .. 4 269 2 691 3 658 53 422 2 991 56 413 63 163

(a) The Country Liberals (NT) are shown under LP.

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Table 6b: House of Representatives: Electoral division summary (per cent) Per cent First preference votes Formal Informal Total/

Division ALP LP LNP NP GRN PUP Others votes votes turnout

New South Wales

Banks 41.04 47.01 .. .. 5.00 2.50 4.45 90.05 9.95 92.87

Barton 40.43 42.35 .. .. 5.98 3.89 7.34 87.96 12.04 92.18

Bennelong 32.45 52.99 .. .. 8.42 1.80 4.34 92.48 7.52 93.38

Berowra 18.93 61.44 .. .. 10.02 2.68 6.93 94.45 5.55 94.58

Blaxland 55.73 32.72 .. .. 3.09 2.71 5.75 86.33 13.67 90.32

Bradfield 16.60 64.84 .. .. 12.89 2.67 3.00 94.26 5.74 93.66

Calare 25.39 .. .. 57.65 4.44 4.77 7.75 93.89 6.11 95.32

Charlton 46.44 28.53 .. .. 6.74 10.89 7.40 92.89 7.11 94.39

Chifley 52.30 32.17 .. .. 2.67 4.08 8.77 86.64 13.36 92.79

Cook 24.76 60.35 .. .. 6.56 4.08 4.25 94.08 5.92 94.17

Cowper 25.37 .. .. 53.05 12.37 6.64 2.57 94.72 5.28 93.84

Cunningham 45.54 33.65 .. .. 11.77 4.66 4.37 93.63 6.37 93.56

Dobell 35.11 41.35 .. .. 4.92 3.39 15.23 92.49 7.51 93.85

Eden-Monaro 38.78 45.27 .. .. 7.53 5.21 3.21 94.46 5.54 94.53

Farrer 23.75 57.81 .. .. 4.39 4.09 9.97 92.89 7.11 94.53

Fowler 60.76 26.76 .. .. 3.41 3.46 5.60 86.07 13.93 92.17

Gilmore 35.05 46.00 .. .. 9.30 6.31 3.34 94.83 5.17 94.27

Grayndler 47.20 24.70 .. .. 23.03 1.71 3.37 93.00 7.00 91.32

Greenway 44.48 40.04 .. .. 3.69 4.04 7.75 90.02 9.98 93.97

Hughes 32.07 54.68 .. .. 4.46 5.90 2.89 92.61 7.39 94.24

Hume 26.06 53.97 .. .. 5.73 4.41 9.83 93.68 6.32 94.96

Hunter 44.50 .. .. 35.11 5.89 7.62 6.88 93.46 6.54 94.52

Kingsford Smith 42.02 43.50 .. .. 9.79 1.87 2.82 91.37 8.63 92.01

Lindsay 39.03 46.64 .. .. 3.06 5.15 6.12 91.79 8.21 94.34

Lyne 21.28 .. .. 53.19 6.19 5.48 13.86 93.69 6.31 94.77

Macarthur 30.63 54.33 .. .. 4.62 5.78 4.63 92.17 7.83 94.17

Mackellar 17.24 62.43 .. .. 14.19 4.17 1.98 94.25 5.75 93.39

Macquarie 31.00 47.36 .. .. 11.10 4.15 6.39 94.37 5.63 94.64

McMahon 50.19 40.59 .. .. 2.93 3.48 2.82 88.65 11.35 93.58

Mitchell 20.52 65.47 .. .. 6.41 3.22 4.37 93.69 6.31 94.63

New England 11.86 .. .. 54.21 4.58 5.20 24.15 93.95 6.05 95.16

Newcastle 43.73 34.66 .. .. 12.00 4.11 5.49 93.80 6.20 93.58

North Sydney 20.04 61.04 .. .. 15.35 1.69 1.87 94.62 5.38 92.25

Page 38.79 .. .. 46.65 6.52 4.81 3.23 95.32 4.68 94.19

Parkes 20.80 .. .. 64.01 5.18 7.42 2.60 94.26 5.74 94.33

Parramatta 41.26 44.31 .. .. 5.29 2.18 6.96 89.48 10.52 91.37

Paterson 29.63 53.86 .. .. 6.67 6.26 3.58 94.83 5.17 94.60

Reid 40.57 47.11 .. .. 6.95 1.51 3.86 90.51 9.49 91.39

Richmond 33.51 .. .. 37.60 17.69 7.46 3.75 95.09 4.91 92.06

Riverina 20.43 .. .. 59.18 3.60 5.17 11.63 93.03 6.97 94.46

Robertson 34.83 43.42 .. .. 5.57 2.34 13.85 94.09 5.91 93.98

Shortland 48.69 37.81 .. .. 6.04 6.21 1.26 93.99 6.01 94.42

Sydney 46.03 30.52 .. .. 17.33 1.43 4.69 93.80 6.20 88.33

Throsby 45.00 27.84 .. 10.12 5.47 4.60 6.97 91.17 8.83 94.07

Warringah 19.32 60.89 .. .. 15.53 2.20 2.07 94.62 5.38 91.95

Watson 49.51 38.74 .. .. 5.28 2.49 3.98 86.05 13.95 90.68

Wentworth 19.37 63.32 .. .. 14.61 1.08 1.61 94.30 5.70 89.30

Werriwa 44.09 39.67 .. .. 3.27 4.35 8.63 87.13 12.87 92.49

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Table 6b: House of Representatives: Electoral division summary (per cent) continued

Per cent

First preference votes Formal Informal Total/

Division ALP LP LNP NP GRN PUP Others votes votes turnout

Victoria

Aston 32.63 51.59 .. .. 5.88 3.76 6.14 95.47 4.53 94.73

Ballarat 41.91 38.00 .. .. 9.51 3.63 6.95 95.34 4.66 94.92

Batman 41.29 22.46 .. .. 26.40 2.53 7.32 94.24 5.76 91.60

Bendigo 36.56 39.67 .. 5.02 9.30 2.52 6.93 94.29 5.71 95.33

Bruce 41.90 42.96 .. .. 6.64 2.63 5.87 94.50 5.50 92.28

Calwell 49.81 28.49 .. .. 5.39 4.34 11.98 92.08 7.92 90.93

Casey 27.85 49.18 .. .. 10.89 4.98 7.10 95.38 4.62 94.95

Chisholm 39.50 44.12 .. .. 9.45 1.63 5.30 95.77 4.23 93.35

Corangamite 32.03 48.25 .. 0.64 11.86 2.18 5.03 95.57 4.43 95.54

Corio 43.51 35.20 .. .. 7.31 5.68 8.31 94.70 5.30 94.16

Deakin 32.73 45.88 .. .. 10.83 2.21 8.35 95.67 4.33 94.71

Dunkley 30.88 48.75 .. .. 9.32 4.22 6.83 95.21 4.79 93.29

Flinders 25.20 55.34 .. .. 9.74 6.00 3.72 95.03 4.97 93.74

Gellibrand 46.04 26.71 .. .. 16.73 3.91 6.61 94.38 5.62 90.61

Gippsland 23.15 .. .. 53.76 5.70 4.28 13.11 94.01 5.99 94.45

Goldstein 23.83 56.51 .. .. 15.90 2.26 1.50 96.67 3.33 93.17

Gorton 50.73 25.48 .. .. 6.39 5.98 11.42 92.89 7.11 92.21

Higgins 24.08 54.37 .. .. 16.80 1.59 3.16 96.42 3.58 92.01

Holt 48.19 32.63 .. .. 3.88 5.51 9.78 93.92 6.08 92.81

Hotham 47.13 37.14 .. .. 8.52 3.47 3.73 95.17 4.83 92.53

Indi 11.65 44.68 .. .. 3.42 2.71 37.54 94.91 5.09 95.11

Isaacs 41.33 40.21 .. .. 7.06 3.28 8.12 95.20 4.80 93.04

Jagajaga 38.00 41.94 .. .. 12.95 2.68 4.43 96.27 3.73 94.02

Kooyong 22.43 55.69 .. .. 16.58 1.60 3.69 96.61 3.39 93.46

La Trobe 32.06 46.05 .. .. 10.02 5.08 6.79 95.61 4.39 94.84

Lalor 45.17 29.26 .. .. 6.01 5.80 13.76 93.37 6.63 93.13

Mallee 17.50 27.22 .. 38.76 3.07 3.36 10.09 93.09 6.91 94.67

Maribyrnong 47.90 33.03 .. .. 9.90 2.74 6.43 93.82 6.18 91.54

McEwen 37.62 40.34 .. .. 7.10 6.74 8.20 95.38 4.62 94.79

McMillan 25.05 50.36 .. .. 7.62 4.66 12.31 93.89 6.11 94.64

Melbourne 26.60 22.83 .. .. 42.62 0.92 7.03 94.05 5.95 90.69

Melbourne Ports 31.67 41.05 .. .. 20.17 1.38 5.73 96.18 3.82 90.04

Menzies 25.66 58.88 .. .. 8.63 2.65 4.18 95.70 4.30 94.07

Murray 20.74 61.41 .. .. 3.93 3.34 10.58 93.67 6.33 94.55

Scullin 50.26 29.14 .. .. 7.49 6.62 6.49 93.57 6.43 93.27

Wannon 29.53 53.73 .. .. 6.43 3.99 6.33 96.01 3.99 95.61

Wills 45.14 22.84 .. .. 22.23 2.38 7.40 94.47 5.53 90.93

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Table 6b: House of Representatives: Electoral division summary (per cent) continued

Per cent

First preference votes Formal Informal Total/

Division ALP LP LNP NP GRN PUP Others votes votes turnout

Queensland

Blair 41.55 .. 33.85 .. 4.25 12.41 7.93 94.33 5.67 94.44

Bonner 36.01 .. 46.80 .. 6.84 7.82 2.53 95.66 4.34 94.03

Bowman 29.88 .. 49.28 .. 5.98 12.71 2.15 95.49 4.51 94.92

Brisbane 30.12 .. 47.99 .. 14.34 4.19 3.36 96.12 3.88 92.73

Capricornia 37.04 .. 39.58 .. 3.43 7.95 12.01 94.85 5.15 94.83

Dawson 29.71 .. 46.23 .. 5.02 10.02 9.03 95.15 4.85 93.82

Dickson 31.32 .. 48.01 .. 6.42 9.79 4.46 95.74 4.26 94.89

Fadden 22.22 .. 53.61 .. 4.99 14.67 4.51 94.21 5.79 92.70

Fairfax 18.24 .. 41.32 .. 8.33 26.49 5.63 94.88 5.12 93.39

Fisher 20.93 .. 44.47 .. 7.59 17.42 9.60 94.19 5.81 93.52

Flynn 33.44 .. 46.02 .. 2.21 9.25 9.09 94.76 5.24 94.65

Forde 34.00 .. 42.54 .. 4.17 12.45 6.84 92.73 7.27 92.60

Griffith 40.36 .. 42.22 .. 10.18 3.36 3.87 95.24 4.76 93.14

Groom 22.10 .. 55.64 .. 4.34 9.35 8.57 96.01 3.99 94.57

Herbert 29.38 .. 43.34 .. 5.24 8.88 13.15 94.07 5.93 93.36

Hinkler 27.60 .. 44.75 .. 2.72 17.65 7.28 95.08 4.92 94.53

Kennedy 16.38 .. 40.84 .. 3.24 7.63 31.91 94.57 5.43 92.26

Leichhardt 32.57 .. 45.26 .. 6.59 8.55 7.03 94.55 5.45 91.28

Lilley 40.21 .. 41.32 .. 7.67 6.87 3.93 95.43 4.57 94.25

Longman 30.65 .. 44.84 .. 3.94 12.79 7.78 94.93 5.07 93.85

Maranoa 16.29 .. 57.42 .. 3.07 13.91 9.31 95.61 4.39 94.40

McPherson 22.75 .. 50.16 .. 6.86 15.92 4.31 94.79 5.21 92.61

Moncrieff 20.82 .. 55.69 .. 6.45 13.68 3.36 94.27 5.73 91.05

Moreton 38.73 .. 42.24 .. 9.99 5.03 4.02 94.38 5.62 92.67

Oxley 43.10 .. 38.44 .. 5.38 7.10 5.98 93.08 6.92 93.55

Petrie 39.52 .. 40.65 .. 4.52 10.20 5.11 94.80 5.20 93.69

Rankin 42.18 .. 36.37 .. 5.29 11.09 5.06 93.44 6.56 92.26

Ryan 25.51 .. 51.68 .. 14.44 4.97 3.40 96.75 3.25 94.12

Wide Bay 20.71 .. 48.87 .. 6.55 15.88 7.99 95.32 4.68 94.21

Wright 21.39 .. 47.84 .. 5.40 14.48 10.89 94.97 5.03 94.07

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Table 6b: House of Representatives: Electoral division summary (per cent) continued

Per cent

First preference votes Formal Informal Total/

Division ALP LP LNP NP GRN PUP Others votes votes Turnout

Western Australia

Brand 40.39 38.71 .. .. 7.30 7.50 6.09 94.29 5.71 92.26

Canning 26.64 51.07 .. 1.93 7.40 6.88 6.08 94.48 5.52 92.01

Cowan 32.29 49.59 .. .. 7.91 5.33 4.87 94.90 5.10 93.14

Curtin 17.91 62.06 .. .. 15.31 2.64 2.08 96.75 3.25 92.93

Durack 20.28 38.01 .. 23.16 7.06 6.75 4.73 93.61 6.39 87.06

Forrest 25.26 49.92 .. 6.25 9.52 5.03 4.01 94.37 5.63 93.38

Fremantle 40.82 38.14 .. .. 11.89 3.96 5.20 93.64 6.36 92.19

Hasluck 32.74 45.42 .. .. 7.63 6.86 7.35 94.32 5.68 92.34

Moore 26.01 53.08 .. .. 9.95 6.69 4.27 95.49 4.51 92.44

O'Connor 17.25 39.13 .. 25.35 6.82 4.34 7.11 94.06 5.94 92.27

Pearce 25.88 45.67 .. 4.91 11.23 7.47 4.85 94.10 5.90 92.50

Perth 41.25 39.81 .. .. 10.61 3.49 4.83 94.72 5.28 91.94

Stirling 28.33 51.82 .. .. 11.27 4.02 4.56 94.34 5.66 91.45

Swan 30.60 48.86 .. .. 11.55 4.23 4.75 94.37 5.63 91.02

Tangney 24.33 57.17 .. .. 10.42 4.38 3.70 95.83 4.17 93.85

South Australia

Adelaide 42.26 42.06 .. .. 10.12 2.12 3.44 96.04 3.96 92.47

Barker 18.37 52.61 .. 4.35 5.65 3.92 15.11 94.62 5.38 94.62

Boothby 30.77 50.35 .. .. 11.97 3.01 3.91 96.52 3.48 93.92

Grey 27.30 55.65 .. .. 3.71 5.03 8.31 94.60 5.40 93.01

Hindmarsh 37.95 46.17 .. .. 8.84 2.47 4.57 95.12 4.88 93.05

Kingston 49.26 32.40 .. .. 6.89 4.22 7.23 94.93 5.07 93.80

Makin 45.56 37.20 .. .. 5.91 4.15 7.18 95.12 4.88 93.98

Mayo 21.14 53.82 .. .. 14.15 3.76 7.14 96.13 3.87 94.60

Port Adelaide 50.58 26.32 .. .. 8.61 5.74 8.75 93.80 6.20 92.17

Sturt 28.90 54.40 .. .. 9.80 2.99 3.92 95.48 4.52 93.45

Wakefield 41.52 37.89 .. .. 5.15 4.28 11.15 94.31 5.69 93.11

Tasmania

Bass 34.65 47.85 .. .. 7.90 5.39 4.21 95.82 4.18 94.42

Braddon 37.59 46.86 .. .. 5.17 9.29 1.10 96.45 3.55 95.35

Denison 24.75 23.23 .. .. 7.92 2.43 41.67 95.78 4.22 94.26

Franklin 39.93 38.71 .. .. 12.18 6.10 3.08 96.23 3.77 95.09

Lyons 36.82 44.39 .. .. 8.32 7.03 3.44 95.54 4.46 94.53

Australian Capital Territory

Canberra 41.06 37.87 .. .. 12.67 3.21 5.19 96.06 3.94 94.79

Fraser 44.66 31.62 .. .. 14.07 2.44 7.21 96.27 3.73 94.50

Northern Territory (a)

Lingiari 39.75 38.23 .. .. 7.76 4.17 10.09 92.57 7.43 75.42

Solomon 35.43 44.69 .. .. 7.99 5.04 6.85 94.70 5.30 89.31

(a) The Country Liberals (NT) are shown under LP.

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Table 7: House of Representatives: Electoral division detail Adelaide (SA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

LAZAROU, L SAL 980 1.07 +0.18

ELLIS, K * ALP 38 650 42.26 -1.52

SCALI, V PUP 1 943 2.12 +2.12

GARCIA, C LP 38 463 42.06 +4.31

LEE, P FFP 2 169 2.37 +0.18

BEACH, R GRN 9 251 10.12 -3.50

Final count

ELLIS, K * ALP 49 338 53.95 -3.57

GARCIA, C LP 42 118 46.05 +3.57

Formal 91 456 96.04 +0.86

Informal 3 770 3.96 -0.86

Total/turnout 95 226 92.47 -0.61

Enrolled 102 976

Aston (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

EVANS, R ALP 27 850 32.63 -6.71

SPEER, J RUA 581 0.68 +0.68

RAYMOND, S GRN 5 017 5.88 -3.89

TUDGE, A * LP 44 030 51.59 +6.04

WATT, B PUP 3 206 3.76 +3.76

FOSTER, T FFP 2 362 2.77 -1.89

JENKINS, C ASXP 2 295 2.69 +2.15

Final count

EVANS, R ALP 35 669 41.80 -7.53

TUDGE, A * LP 49 672 58.20 +7.53

Formal 85 341 95.47 +0.04

Informal 4 047 4.53 -0.04

Total/turnout 89 388 94.73 -0.22

Enrolled 94 357

Ballarat (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

FOSTER, A AUC 1 139 1.22 +1.22

ROJAS, A RUA 229 0.24 +0.24

DUNNE, S KAP 849 0.91 +0.91

MATHIESON, J ASXP 2 135 2.28 +2.28

HODGINS-MAY, S GRN 8 911 9.51 -1.83

FITZGIBBON, J LP 35 592 38.00 +4.05

VEREKER, S DLP 1 022 1.09 +1.09

MURPHY, G PUP 3 396 3.63 +3.63

CLARK, S FFP 1 139 1.22 -1.74

KING, C * ALP 39 251 41.91 -9.84

Final count

FITZGIBBON, J LP 42 252 45.11 +6.81

KING, C * ALP 51 411 54.89 -6.81

Formal 93 663 95.34 -0.94

Informal 4 578 4.66 +0.94

Total/turnout 98 241 94.92 +0.12

Enrolled 103 500

Banks (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

MELHAM, D * ALP 34 835 41.04 -1.92

WELLHAM, J PUP 2 125 2.50 +2.50

KHEDR, S IND 768 0.90 +0.90

RICHARDSON, R KAP 553 0.65 +0.65

SPIGHT, P GRN 4 242 5.00 -4.61

FALANGA, M CDP 1 983 2.34 +2.34

HADDAD, R DLP 470 0.55 +0.55

COLEMAN, D LP 39 899 47.01 +1.49

Final count

MELHAM, D * ALP 40 885 48.17 -3.28

COLEMAN, D LP 43 990 51.83 +3.28

Formal 84 875 90.05 -1.58

Informal 9 374 9.95 +1.58

Total/turnout 94 249 92.87 +0.17

Enrolled 101 490

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Barker (SA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

KEOUGH, M GRN 5 224 5.65 -3.39

LAMBERT, K FFP 7 368 7.96 +1.78

JHANDI, B PUP 3 623 3.92 +3.92

HANNEMANN, M NP 4 021 4.35 +4.35

GOLDING, P ALP 16 993 18.37 -9.62

SAGE, R IND 6 617 7.15 +7.15

PASIN, T # LP 48 678 52.61 -2.48

Final count

GOLDING, P ALP 30 953 33.45 -3.54

PASIN, T # LP 61 571 66.55 +3.54

Formal 92 524 94.62 +0.12

Informal 5 259 5.38 -0.12

Total/turnout 97 783 94.62 -0.36

Enrolled 103 347

Barton (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

CARUANA, E PUP 3 114 3.89 +3.89

VARVARIS, N LP 33 881 42.35 +1.68

NAGI, M IND 3 071 3.84 +3.84

THEO, P ON 686 0.86 +0.86

McMAHON, S # ALP 32 345 40.43 -8.05

FRENCH, K CDP 1 549 1.94 +1.94

BROOKER, J GRN 4 788 5.98 -4.87

WYSE, R KAP 567 0.71 +0.71

Final count

VARVARIS, N LP 40 245 50.31 +7.17

McMAHON, S # ALP 39 756 49.69 -7.17

Formal 80 001 87.96 -2.22

Informal 10 948 12.04 +2.22

Total/turnout 90 949 92.18 +0.56

Enrolled 98 663

Bass (Tas)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

KROEZE, R AUC 963 1.47 +1.47

NIKOLIC, A LP 31 267 47.85 +8.14

DOBSON, C PUP 3 520 5.39 +5.39

BERGMAN, C FFP 1 407 2.15 +2.15

LYONS, G * ALP 22 643 34.65 -8.78

LANDON-LANE, L GRN 5 160 7.90 -7.68

CHOI, J SPA 384 0.59 +0.59

Final count

NIKOLIC, A LP 35 310 54.04 +10.78

LYONS, G * ALP 30 034 45.96 -10.78

Formal 65 344 95.82 -0.20

Informal 2 850 4.18 +0.20

Total/turnout 68 194 94.42 -0.74

Enrolled 72 226

Batman (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

WINTERTON, P RUA 1 121 1.26 +1.26

SMITHIES, K FFP 1 126 1.26 -1.92

SUTTON, P 726 0.81 +0.81

SOURIS, G LP 20 017 22.46 +2.40

SLIWCZYNSKI, L ASXP 2 301 2.58 +2.49

BHATHAL, A GRN 23 522 26.40 +2.65

GUARDIANI, F PUP 2 253 2.53 +2.53

FEENEY, D # ALP 36 798 41.29 -10.62

LAVIN, R AJP 1 250 1.40 +1.40

Final count

BHATHAL, A GRN 35 105 39.39 -2.86

FEENEY, D # ALP 54 009 60.61 +2.86

Formal 89 114 94.24 -0.74

Informal 5 450 5.76 +0.74

Total/turnout 94 564 91.60 -0.27

Enrolled 103 239

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Bendigo (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

SHEEDY, S NP 4 644 5.02 +5.02

CHESTERS, L # ALP 33 829 36.56 -10.38

BICKLEY, G LP 36 701 39.67 +3.77

SLADE, L GRN 8 600 9.30 -3.65

CRUTCHFIELD, C ASXP 2 220 2.40 +2.40

HOWARD, A FFP 1 036 1.12 -2.98

LEUNIG, R CYA 538 0.58 +0.58

ABIKHAIR, D IND 545 0.59 +0.59

RAHMANI, M IND 259 0.28 +0.28

CADDY, S RUA 499 0.54 +0.54

DONLON, A PUP 2 336 2.52 +2.52

STINGEL, S KAP 745 0.81 +0.81

MCDONALD, E AUC 567 0.61 +0.61

Final count

CHESTERS, L # ALP 47 426 51.26 -8.16

BICKLEY, G LP 45 093 48.74 +8.16

Formal 92 519 94.29 -2.07

Informal 5 600 5.71 +2.07

Total/turnout 98 119 95.33 +0.26

Enrolled 102 928

Bennelong (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

PETERS, L GRN 7 454 8.42 +0.47

LI, J ALP 28 726 32.45 -4.67

WORSLEY, J CDP 2 135 2.41 +0.28

MARKS, R PUP 1 589 1.80 +1.80

McCAFFREY, L DLP 617 0.70 +0.70

ALEXANDER, J * LP 46 907 52.99 +4.46

AUGUST, J SPA 602 0.68 +0.68

WATERSON, V AFN 492 0.56 +0.56

Final count

LI, J ALP 37 383 42.23 -4.65

ALEXANDER, J * LP 51 139 57.77 +4.65

Formal 88 522 92.48 -0.15

Informal 7 200 7.52 +0.15

Total/turnout 95 722 93.38 -0.14

Enrolled 102 508

Berowra (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

GALLAGHER, M IND 3 374 3.89 +1.03

THEW, L CDP 2 135 2.46 -0.28

STOREY, J GRN 8 684 10.02 -1.37

SMYTHE, D SPP 492 0.57 +0.57

RUDDOCK, P * LP 53 236 61.44 +1.46

GRAVES, P PUP 2 324 2.68 +2.68

STOVE, M ALP 16 402 18.93 -3.12

Final count

RUDDOCK, P * LP 59 847 69.07 +2.87

STOVE, M ALP 26 800 30.93 -2.87

Formal 86 647 94.45 -0.96

Informal 5 096 5.55 +0.96

Total/turnout 91 743 94.58 +0.13

Enrolled 97 000

Blair (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

DENMAN, E FFP 2 257 2.86 -2.05

NEUMANN, S * ALP 32 818 41.55 -0.53

CHORLEY, D KAP 2 491 3.15 +3.15

MACKIN, A RUA 504 0.64 +0.64

HARDING, T LNP 26 734 33.85 -3.65

STANTON, A PUP 9 805 12.41 +12.41

RUDKIN, C GRN 3 359 4.25 -6.81

DEGUARA, S AIN 1 011 1.28 +1.28

Final count

NEUMANN, S * ALP 43 642 55.26 +1.02

HARDING, T LNP 35 337 44.74 -1.02

Formal 78 979 94.33 +0.21

Informal 4 749 5.67 -0.21

Total/turnout 83 728 94.44 +0.52

Enrolled 88 656

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Blaxland (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

TALEB, N KAP 1 921 2.46 +2.46

KHOURI, A LP 25 579 32.72 -0.58

BURROWS, Z PUP 2 119 2.71 +2.71

CLARE, J * ALP 43 568 55.73 +4.74

NASR, J CDP 1 757 2.25 +2.25

KY, J GRN 2 416 3.09 -3.17

ZALLOUA, B DLP 817 1.05 +1.05

Final count

KHOURI, A LP 30 152 38.57 +0.80

CLARE, J * ALP 48 025 61.43 -0.80

Formal 78 177 86.33 +0.39

Informal 12 380 13.67 -0.39

Total/turnout 90 557 90.32 +0.23

Enrolled 100 261

Bonner (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

VASTA, R * LNP 40 186 46.80 +0.42

PENNY, J FFP 1 789 2.08 -0.74

WIRTH, J UNP 386 0.45 +0.45

NELSON, D GRN 5 876 6.84 -4.34

MacANALLY, J PUP 6 712 7.82 +7.82

FRASER HARDY, L ALP 30 927 36.01 -0.06

Final count

VASTA, R * LNP 46 110 53.69 +0.87

FRASER HARDY, L ALP 39 766 46.31 -0.87

Formal 85 876 95.66 +0.77

Informal 3 895 4.34 -0.77

Total/turnout 89 771 94.03 +0.58

Enrolled 95 475

Boothby (SA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

THOMAS, S GRN 11 287 11.97 -1.46

SOUTHCOTT, A * LP 47 484 50.35 +6.08

COX, S PUP 2 835 3.01 +3.01

DIGANCE, A ALP 29 018 30.77 -4.81

EDMONDS, N FFP 3 683 3.91 +1.09

Final count

SOUTHCOTT, A * LP 53 866 57.12 +6.50

DIGANCE, A ALP 40 441 42.88 -6.50

Formal 94 307 96.52 +1.24

Informal 3 400 3.48 -1.24

Total/turnout 97 707 93.92 +1.96

Enrolled 104 032

Bowman (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

O'SHEA, A FFP 1 868 2.15 -0.09

LAMING, A * LNP 42 828 49.28 -6.35

BRISKEY, D ALP 25 967 29.88 -0.29

ALLMAN-PAYNE, P GRN 5 198 5.98 -3.99

WAYNE, J PUP 11 049 12.71 +12.71

Final count

LAMING, A * LNP 51 155 58.86 -1.53

BRISKEY, D ALP 35 755 41.14 +1.53

Formal 86 910 95.49 +0.88

Informal 4 102 4.51 -0.88

Total/turnout 91 012 94.92 +0.62

Enrolled 95 879

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Braddon (Tas)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

HOUGHTON, M GRN 3 410 5.17 -6.79

SIDEBOTTOM, S * ALP 24 791 37.59 -11.09

MORGAN, K PUP 6 125 9.29 +9.29

SHAW, B RUA 726 1.10 +1.10

WHITELEY, B LP 30 904 46.86 +7.51

Final count

SIDEBOTTOM, S * ALP 31 288 47.44 -10.04

WHITELEY, B LP 34 668 52.56 +10.04

Formal 65 956 96.45 +0.77

Informal 2 428 3.55 -0.77

Total/turnout 68 384 95.35 -0.30

Enrolled 71 718

Bradfield (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

BUCHANAN, B PUP 2 366 2.67 +2.67

HARROLD, P DLP 992 1.12 +1.12

ARCHER, J CDP 1 671 1.88 +1.88

HAVILAND, C ALP 14 720 16.60 -2.62

FLETCHER, P * LP 57 506 64.84 +0.39

McINNES, P GRN 11 429 12.89 -3.45

Final count

HAVILAND, C ALP 25 913 29.22 -2.60

FLETCHER, P * LP 62 771 70.78 +2.60

Formal 88 684 94.26 -1.64

Informal 5 401 5.74 +1.64

Total/turnout 94 085 93.66 +0.26

Enrolled 100 458

Brand (WA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

NEWHOUSE, A FFP 2 079 2.39 -0.42

LAWRENCE, C PUP 6 518 7.50 +7.50

GRAY, G * ALP 35 093 40.39 -0.41

LE-COCQ, M CEC 280 0.32 +0.32

YOUNG, P DEM 598 0.69 +0.69

IRIKS, G RUA 646 0.74 +0.74

JECKS, D GRN 6 343 7.30 -7.44

BURDETT, B AUC 1 685 1.94 +1.94

GORDIN, D LP 33 634 38.71 -0.68

Final count

GRAY, G * ALP 45 940 52.88 -0.45

GORDIN, D LP 40 936 47.12 +0.45

Formal 86 876 94.29 -0.48

Informal 5 257 5.71 +0.48

Total/turnout 92 133 92.26 -1.10

Enrolled 99 867

Brisbane (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

ROLES, J SPP 564 0.65 +0.65

ROSE, T SPA 602 0.69 +0.69

GAMBARO, T * LNP 41 681 47.99 +2.10

CICCHINI, C KAP 951 1.09 +1.09

FORD, V PUP 3 643 4.19 +4.19

JACOBS, R GRN 12 452 14.34 -6.94

JOYNER, S FFP 801 0.92 -0.65

McNAMARA, F ALP 26 163 30.12 -0.26

Final count

GAMBARO, T * LNP 47 145 54.28 +3.15

McNAMARA, F ALP 39 712 45.72 -3.15

Formal 86 857 96.12 -0.12

Informal 3 504 3.88 +0.12

Total/turnout 90 361 92.73 +1.38

Enrolled 97 446

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Bruce (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

FILLIPONI, R FFP 2 186 2.65 -1.39

TUYAU, P PUP 2 173 2.63 +2.63

GRIFFIN, A * ALP 34 626 41.90 -6.81

CICCHIELLO, E LP 35 501 42.96 +5.24

GONSALVEZ, G DLP 1 334 1.61 +1.61

WHITE, R RUA 652 0.79 +0.79

KELEHER, L GRN 5 491 6.64 -2.83

UTH, K IND 682 0.83 +0.83

Final count

GRIFFIN, A * ALP 42 812 51.80 -5.91

CICCHIELLO, E LP 39 833 48.20 +5.91

Formal 82 645 94.50 -0.42

Informal 4 810 5.50 +0.42

Total/turnout 87 455 92.28 -0.14

Enrolled 94 772

Calare (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

COBB, J * NP 52 650 57.65 +5.24

KIRKLAND, B KAP 1 293 1.42 +1.42

LYONS, I CDP 1 628 1.78 -0.41

JENNINGS, J ALP 23 185 25.39 -3.66

ROSS, M IND 2 388 2.61 +0.58

CAIN, B PUP 4 356 4.77 +4.77

MALLARD, D GRN 4 054 4.44 -1.56

CRAIG, A DLP 759 0.83 +0.83

SCHULTZE, P AFN 1 010 1.11 +1.11

Final count

COBB, J * NP 60 248 65.97 +5.23

JENNINGS, J ALP 31 075 34.03 -5.23

Formal 91 323 93.89 -1.18

Informal 5 942 6.11 +1.18

Total/turnout 97 265 95.32 -0.02

Enrolled 102 038

Calwell (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

WATSON, B KAP 1 915 2.23 +2.23

GRAHAM, P FFP 2 175 2.53 -2.15

LETCHER, B PUP 3 728 4.34 +4.34

VAMVAKINOU, M * ALP 42 819 49.81 -7.80

SPIROVSKA, N ASXP 2 367 2.75 +2.75

KHAN, A LP 24 490 28.49 +2.97

BENGTSSON, M AUC 2 121 2.47 +2.47

ROZARIO, C RUA 415 0.48 +0.48

OMAR, O DLP 1 310 1.52 +1.52

NEVILL, J GRN 4 632 5.39 -5.80

Final count

VAMVAKINOU, M * ALP 54 906 63.86 -6.20

KHAN, A LP 31 066 36.14 +6.20

Formal 85 972 92.08 -0.91

Informal 7 398 7.92 +0.91

Total/turnout 93 370 90.93 -1.23

Enrolled 102 682

Canberra (ACT)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

SEFTON, T LP 43 919 37.87 +0.66

MELROSE, J GRN 14 691 12.67 -5.89

HANLEY, T PUP 3 725 3.21 +3.21

MAHER, D BTA 4 756 4.10 +4.10

BRODTMANN, G * ALP 47 613 41.06 -3.17

BURT, N SPA 1 264 1.09 +1.09

Final count

SEFTON, T LP 49 894 43.02 +2.17

BRODTMANN, G * ALP 66 074 56.98 -2.17

Formal 115 968 96.06 +0.94

Informal 4 758 3.94 -0.94

Total/turnout 120 726 94.79 -0.07

Enrolled 127 359

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Canning (WA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

RANDALL, D * LP 45 189 51.07 +4.89

PAGES-OLIVER, D GRN 6 547 7.40 -0.89

BRUNING, D AUC 2 742 3.10 +3.10

DEAN, J ALP 23 578 26.64 -13.71

FORSYTH, J NP 1 707 1.93 +1.93

LAMOTTE, W PUP 6 088 6.88 +6.88

HARPER, A FFP 1 197 1.35 -0.19

RUMBLE, L RUA 669 0.76 +0.76

ELDRIDGE, R KAP 776 0.88 +0.88

Final count

RANDALL, D * LP 54 700 61.81 +9.62

DEAN, J ALP 33 793 38.19 -9.62

Formal 88 493 94.48 -1.00

Informal 5 173 5.52 +1.00

Total/turnout 93 666 92.01 -1.15

Enrolled 101 804

Capricornia (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

FREELEAGUS, P # ALP 31 450 37.04 -8.73

LEWIS, P RUA 439 0.52 +0.52

ISON, D PUP 6 747 7.95 +7.95

BAMBRICK, P GRN 2 910 3.43 -2.09

DIAMOND, B 1 777 2.09 +2.09

ALLEY, H FFP 3 274 3.86 +0.37

LANDRY, M LNP 33 608 39.58 -0.84

WILLIAMS, R KAP 4 708 5.54 +5.54

Final count

FREELEAGUS, P # ALP 41 804 49.23 -4.45

LANDRY, M LNP 43 109 50.77 +4.45

Formal 84 913 94.85 +1.00

Informal 4 614 5.15 -1.00

Total/turnout 89 527 94.83 +1.70

Enrolled 94 409

Casey (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

MEACHER, S GRN 9 641 10.89 -1.26

COOMBES, G FFP 2 370 2.68 -2.10

FARRELL, C ALP 24 651 27.85 -8.71

LEAKE, J CYA 986 1.11 +1.11

BROWN, M AUC 1 126 1.27 +1.27

McRAE, J IND 1 358 1.53 +1.53

BARBIERI, P RUA 446 0.50 +0.50

WILDE, M PUP 4 413 4.98 +4.98

SMITH, T * LP 43 538 49.18 +3.06

Final count

FARRELL, C ALP 37 914 42.83 -5.31

SMITH, T * LP 50 615 57.17 +5.31

Formal 88 529 95.38 -0.23

Informal 4 291 4.62 +0.23

Total/turnout 92 820 94.95 +0.47

Enrolled 97 761

Charlton (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

CONROY, P # ALP 40 125 46.44 -6.71

BAKER, K LP 24 646 28.53 -2.18

CAMILLERI, S CDP 2 671 3.09 +0.27

KOCHER, D GRN 5 820 6.74 -2.09

BURSTON, B ON 2 266 2.62 +2.62

REID, B PUP 9 412 10.89 +10.89

ANTHONEY, T BTA 1 460 1.69 +1.69

Final count

CONROY, P # ALP 51 173 59.23 -3.44

BAKER, K LP 35 227 40.77 +3.44

Formal 86 400 92.89 -0.19

Informal 6 618 7.11 +0.19

Total/turnout 93 018 94.39 -0.09

Enrolled 98 551

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Chifley (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

KHAN, A IND 1 749 2.13 +2.13

HUSIC, E * ALP 43 044 52.30 +0.72

WHITE, I LP 26 479 32.17 +1.85

WRIGHT, M DLP 810 0.98 +0.98

VINCENT, D CDP 2 862 3.48 -1.58

NORWICK, A AFN 396 0.48 -0.69

HAMMOND, B GRN 2 198 2.67 -5.76

POWER, E ON 1 402 1.70 -0.27

BUTTEL, C PUP 3 361 4.08 +4.08

Final count

HUSIC, E * ALP 49 831 60.55 -1.79

WHITE, I LP 32 470 39.45 +1.79

Formal 82 301 86.64 -2.20

Informal 12 690 13.36 +2.20

Total/turnout 94 991 92.79 +0.10

Enrolled 102 369

Chisholm (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

FERGEUS, J GRN 8 133 9.45 -2.44

BURKE, A * ALP 34 015 39.50 -4.75

GROSSI, L ASXP 1 762 2.05 +2.05

VASSILIOU, M RUA 650 0.75 +0.75

NGUYEN, J LP 37 990 44.12 +3.90

WOODS, B PUP 1 405 1.63 +1.63

MYSZKA, M FFP 949 1.10 -1.56

JAYARATNE, V SPA 345 0.40 -0.20

SHEA, P DLP 860 1.00 +1.00

Final count

BURKE, A * ALP 44 431 51.60 -4.18

NGUYEN, J LP 41 678 48.40 +4.18

Formal 86 109 95.77 -0.55

Informal 3 802 4.23 +0.55

Total/turnout 89 911 93.35 -0.34

Enrolled 96 315

Cook (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

SCAYSBROOK, P ALP 22 850 24.76 -4.05

PALISE, M PUP 3 765 4.08 +4.08

SMITH, B CDP 1 981 2.15 +0.23

SALEAM, J AFN 617 0.67 +0.67

COX, M GRN 6 058 6.56 -1.17

MORRISON, S * LP 55 707 60.35 +2.47

STRANG, G IND 1 321 1.43 -0.32

Final count

SCAYSBROOK, P ALP 31 055 33.65 -3.69

MORRISON, S * LP 61 244 66.35 +3.69

Formal 92 299 94.08 -0.11

Informal 5 813 5.92 +0.11

Total/turnout 98 112 94.17 -0.25

Enrolled 104 183

Corangamite (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

DAVIES, L GRN 11 007 11.86 +0.34

RASHLEIGH, H RUA 273 0.29 +0.29

BARRON, A AUC 499 0.54 +0.54

WHITEHEAD, A IND 694 0.75 +0.75

CHEESEMAN, D * ALP 29 728 32.03 -7.29

WRAY, P FFP 908 0.98 -0.99

MILLARD, J ASXP 1 726 1.86 +1.86

JACKMAN, W CYA 408 0.44 +0.44

ROJEK, B PUP 2 026 2.18 +2.18

BLACK, A NP 598 0.64 +0.64

HENDERSON, S LP 44 778 48.25 +3.15

STEEL, N APP 156 0.17 +0.17

Final count

CHEESEMAN, D * ALP 42 744 46.06 -4.22

HENDERSON, S LP 50 057 53.94 +4.22

Formal 92 801 95.57 -1.24

Informal 4 304 4.43 +1.24

Total/turnout 97 105 95.54 +0.64

Enrolled 101 640

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Corio (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

HARRINGTON, A PUP 5 122 5.68 +5.68

LEGRAND, Y RUA 364 0.40 +0.40

MARLES, R * ALP 39 267 43.51 -7.45

FENN, B FFP 1 461 1.62 -1.94

READ, P LP 31 768 35.20 +3.31

BULL, S SAL 679 0.75 -0.35

ATHERTON, P AUC 549 0.61 +0.61

LACEY, G GRN 6 593 7.31 -5.06

ASHER, S IND 1 958 2.17 +2.17

MARTIN, J ASXP 2 492 2.76 +2.76

Final count

MARLES, R * ALP 52 117 57.75 -5.72

READ, P LP 38 136 42.25 +5.72

Formal 90 253 94.70 -0.84

Informal 5 049 5.30 +0.84

Total/turnout 95 302 94.16 +0.08

Enrolled 101 210

Cowan (WA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

COCKMAN, T ALP 27 248 32.29 -0.16

KINGSTON, D AUC 1 802 2.14 +2.14

MUNDY, S RUA 869 1.03 +1.03

COLLINS, A GRN 6 677 7.91 -4.62

NGUYEN, C FFP 1 442 1.71 -0.65

SHARMA, V PUP 4 501 5.33 +5.33

SIMPKINS, L * LP 41 849 49.59 -0.47

Final count

COCKMAN, T ALP 35 901 42.54 -1.17

SIMPKINS, L * LP 48 487 57.46 +1.17

Formal 84 388 94.90 +0.02

Informal 4 536 5.10 -0.02

Total/turnout 88 924 93.14 -1.09

Enrolled 95 477

Cowper (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

VERNON, C GRN 10 685 12.37 +3.28

McALPINE, B CDP 2 224 2.57 +0.18

HARTSUYKER, L * NP 45 820 53.05 +2.28

JEANNERET, R PUP 5 739 6.64 +6.64

NAVARRO, A ALP 21 910 25.37 -2.45

Final count

HARTSUYKER, L * NP 53 303 61.71 +2.44

NAVARRO, A ALP 33 075 38.29 -2.44

Formal 86 378 94.72 -0.95

Informal 4 813 5.28 +0.95

Total/turnout 91 191 93.84 -0.21

Enrolled 97 180

Cunningham (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

CLIFFORD, P LP 30 685 33.65 +0.80

ATLEE, C PUP 4 253 4.66 +4.66

WILSON, H GRN 10 730 11.77 -3.35

GEORGE, R CDP 2 204 2.42 +2.42

BIRD, S * ALP 41 522 45.54 -3.63

BURSILL, J KAP 886 0.97 +0.97

FLANAGAN, J NCP 897 0.98 -0.41

Final count

CLIFFORD, P LP 36 582 40.12 +3.29

BIRD, S * ALP 54 595 59.88 -3.29

Formal 91 177 93.63 -0.69

Informal 6 208 6.37 +0.69

Total/turnout 97 385 93.56 -0.21

Enrolled 104 092

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Curtin (WA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

WHATELY, J RUA 708 0.83 +0.83

CULLITY, J GRN 12 985 15.31 -2.41

FORDER, G AUC 1 058 1.25 +1.25

TAN, D ALP 15 189 17.91 -1.36

BAKER, G PUP 2 237 2.64 +2.64

BISHOP, J * LP 52 623 62.06 +0.93

Final count

TAN, D ALP 27 629 32.58 -1.23

BISHOP, J * LP 57 171 67.42 +1.23

Formal 84 800 96.75 -0.32

Informal 2 850 3.25 +0.32

Total/turnout 87 650 92.93 -0.29

Enrolled 94 323

Dawson (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

DYKYJ, J GRN 4 396 5.02 -2.70

CHRISTENSEN, G * LNP 40 507 46.23 +0.49

TEMPLE, L FFP 1 663 1.90 -3.04

FERGUSON, I PUP 8 777 10.02 +10.02

HARRIS, A CEC 345 0.39 -1.16

TAHA, B ALP 26 030 29.71 -10.33

ENGLERT, J KAP 5 905 6.74 +6.74

Final count

CHRISTENSEN, G * LNP 50 451 57.58 +5.15

TAHA, B ALP 37 172 42.42 -5.15

Formal 87 623 95.15 +0.91

Informal 4 463 4.85 -0.91

Total/turnout 92 086 93.82 +0.71

Enrolled 98 152

Deakin (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

DOBBY, I AUC 1 698 1.92 +1.92

DE ZILWA, Y RUA 327 0.37 +0.37

SMITH, T CYA 261 0.30 +0.30

SUKKAR, M LP 40 482 45.88 +2.01

GUARDIANI, M PUP 1 949 2.21 +2.21

RASKOVY, S KAP 293 0.33 +0.33

CARBONARI, J AFN 212 0.24 -0.04

BARCLAY, M IND 1 519 1.72 +1.72

BARBER, S ASXP 1 856 2.10 +2.10

WESTBROOK, H FFP 1 200 1.36 -2.14

POWELL, B GRN 9 560 10.83 -1.93

SYMON, M * ALP 28 883 32.73 -5.65

Final count

SUKKAR, M LP 46 926 53.18 +3.78

SYMON, M * ALP 41 314 46.82 -3.78

Formal 88 240 95.67 -0.80

Informal 3 989 4.33 +0.80

Total/turnout 92 229 94.71 -0.05

Enrolled 97 381

Denison (Tas)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

DENISON, T LP 15 058 23.23 +0.58

WILKIE, A * IND 24 688 38.08 +16.82

REYNOLDS, A GRN 5 133 7.92 -11.06

WILLIAMS, W DLP 554 0.85 +0.85

BUTLER, B ASXP 877 1.35 +1.35

HOULT, B SPP 124 0.19 +0.19

McCALLUM, T FFP 593 0.91 +0.91

THURLEY, D PUP 1 576 2.43 +2.43

AUSTIN, J ALP 16 043 24.75 -11.04

DEVLIN, G RUA 179 0.28 +0.28

Final count

WILKIE, A * IND 42 470 65.51 +14.30

AUSTIN, J ALP 22 355 34.49 -14.30

Formal 64 825 95.78 -0.60

Informal 2 856 4.22 +0.60

Total/turnout 67 681 94.26 -0.06

Enrolled 71 804

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Dickson (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

DUTTON, P * LNP 41 163 48.01 -0.95

TAYLOR, G RUA 585 0.68 +0.68

McDOWELL, M FFP 1 542 1.80 -1.07

D'LISLE, T GRN 5 507 6.42 -4.49

GILLIVER, M ALP 26 848 31.32 -2.15

TAVERNER, M PUP 8 390 9.79 +9.79

CORNWELL, J KAP 1 697 1.98 +1.98

Final count

DUTTON, P * LNP 48 631 56.72 +1.59

GILLIVER, M ALP 37 101 43.28 -1.59

Formal 85 732 95.74 +0.15

Informal 3 819 4.26 -0.15

Total/turnout 89 551 94.89 +0.35

Enrolled 94 375

Dobell (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

OWEN, G CEC 711 0.83 +0.83

THOMSON, C * IND 3 444 4.00 +4.00

KUNDE, C BTA 622 0.72 +0.72

McBRIDE, E # ALP 30 248 35.11 -11.16

BRACKEN, N IND 7 090 8.23 +8.23

McGILL, K PUP 2 920 3.39 +3.39

ERVIN, H CDP 1 250 1.45 -0.97

McNAMARA, K LP 35 617 41.35 +1.11

WYNN, S GRN 4 238 4.92 -3.69

Final count

McBRIDE, E # ALP 42 487 49.32 -5.75

McNAMARA, K LP 43 653 50.68 +5.75

Formal 86 140 92.49 -1.45

Informal 6 994 7.51 +1.45

Total/turnout 93 134 93.85 -0.17

Enrolled 99 239

Dunkley (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

TILLER, S GRN 8 199 9.32 -2.37

KILKENNY, S ALP 27 155 30.88 -7.44

RYDER, K PUP 3 707 4.22 +4.22

EASTMAN, C FFP 1 682 1.91 -0.75

BURT, R IND 740 0.84 +0.84

BILLSON, B * LP 42 869 48.75 +1.42

GENTLE, Y RUA 477 0.54 +0.54

PALMI, E ASXP 2 589 2.94 +2.94

BROFF, R IND 516 0.59 +0.59

Final count

KILKENNY, S ALP 39 073 44.43 -4.53

BILLSON, B * LP 48 861 55.57 +4.53

Formal 87 934 95.21 -0.87

Informal 4 424 4.79 +0.87

Total/turnout 92 358 93.29 -0.31

Enrolled 99 004

Durack (WA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

HEADLAND, D PUP 4 998 6.75 +6.75

JAMES, I GRN 5 227 7.06 -2.19

PRICE, M # LP 28 143 38.01 -7.06

FOREMAN, S RUA 810 1.09 +1.09

VAN STYN, S NP 17 145 23.16 +5.46

SUDHOLZ, J CEC 177 0.24 +0.24

GOULD, G AUC 972 1.31 +1.31

ROSE, I FFP 763 1.03 -1.37

KEOGH, D ALP 15 018 20.28 -3.75

TODD, A KAP 783 1.06 +1.06

Final count

PRICE, M # LP 39 965 53.98

VAN STYN, S NP 34 071 46.02

Formal 74 036 93.61 -1.53

Informal 5 056 6.39 +1.53

Total/turnout 79 092 87.06 -1.13

Enrolled 90 852

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Eden-Monaro (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

HENDY, P LP 40 431 45.27 +3.43

TYE, M SPP 601 0.67 +0.67

KELLY, M * ALP 34 638 38.78 -4.83

LYNCH, D PUP 4 655 5.21 +5.21

MOORE, C GRN 6 725 7.53 -2.19

GOUMAS, C CEC 179 0.20 +0.20

THALER, A IND 1 223 1.37 +1.37

CATTON, W CDP 861 0.96 +0.21

Final count

HENDY, P LP 45 199 50.61 +4.85

KELLY, M * ALP 44 114 49.39 -4.85

Formal 89 313 94.46 +0.71

Informal 5 240 5.54 -0.71

Total/turnout 94 553 94.53 +0.14

Enrolled 100 021

Fadden (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

MAIZEY, P GRN 3 995 4.99 -4.34

FREDERICKS, J FFP 1 305 1.63 -1.78

MacANALLY, J PUP 11 759 14.67 +14.67

LAWRENCE, B KAP 1 088 1.36 +1.36

CARROLL, M IND 712 0.89 +0.89

BOYD, S ON 510 0.64 -0.96

LESSIO, N ALP 17 804 22.22 -5.11

ROBERT, S * LNP 42 962 53.61 -4.72

Final count

LESSIO, N ALP 28 563 35.64 -0.17

ROBERT, S * LNP 51 572 64.36 +0.17

Formal 80 135 94.21 +0.25

Informal 4 925 5.79 -0.25

Total/turnout 85 060 92.70 +0.80

Enrolled 91 759

Fairfax (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

HOLT, M ON 709 0.84 +0.84

BYRNES, T IND 1 016 1.20 +1.20

PALMER, C PUP 22 409 26.49 +26.49

O'BRIEN, T # LNP 34 959 41.32 -8.13

MEYER, A FFP 1 416 1.67 -3.57

HUGHES, E ALP 15 429 18.24 -9.07

KNOBEL, D GRN 7 046 8.33 -9.67

SAWYER, R KAP 1 623 1.92 +1.92

Final count

PALMER, C PUP 42 330 50.03

O'BRIEN, T # LNP 42 277 49.97

Formal 84 607 94.88 -0.09

Informal 4 569 5.12 +0.09

Total/turnout 89 176 93.39 +0.61

Enrolled 95 488

Farrer (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

DAVIS, N RUA 1 646 1.98 +1.98

CATTELL, B DLP 1 509 1.82 +1.82

TREWIN, K KAP 3 091 3.72 +3.72

LEY, S * LP 47 977 57.81 +6.40

EMMERTON, R PUP 3 392 4.09 +4.09

HICKEY, G ALP 19 708 23.75 -1.54

POWELL, T BTA 1 048 1.26 +1.26

HORWILL, F CDP 982 1.18 -2.03

SOBEY, C GRN 3 643 4.39 -1.49

Final count

LEY, S * LP 55 961 67.43 +2.92

HICKEY, G ALP 27 035 32.57 -2.92

Formal 82 996 92.89 -0.77

Informal 6 357 7.11 +0.77

Total/turnout 89 353 94.53 +0.35

Enrolled 94 524

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Fisher (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

MELDON, M KAP 2 520 3.24 +3.24

MAGUIRE, M AIN 890 1.14 +1.14

BROUGH, M # LNP 34 619 44.47 -2.01

MOORE, T FFP 1 593 2.05 -5.31

GISSANE, B ALP 16 297 20.93 -9.39

SCHOCH, W PUP 13 559 17.42 +17.42

CHRISTENSEN, R RUA 305 0.39 +0.39

TERRY, J IND 957 1.23 +1.23

SLIPPER, P * 1 207 1.55 +1.55

CLARIDGE, G GRN 5 908 7.59 -8.25

Final count

BROUGH, M # LNP 46 522 59.75 +5.62

GISSANE, B ALP 31 333 40.25 -5.62

Formal 77 855 94.19 -0.64

Informal 4 803 5.81 +0.64

Total/turnout 82 658 93.52 +0.76

Enrolled 88 383

Flinders (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

CLARK, L PUP 5 639 6.00 +6.00

MADIGAN, P IND 708 0.75 +0.75

ZABANEH, J NCP 215 0.23 +0.23

DORIAN, A RUA 481 0.51 +0.51

BELSAR, A AUC 523 0.56 +0.56

McCORMACK, D IND 478 0.51 +0.51

SINCLAIR, J ALP 23 666 25.20 -6.54

CLARK, D FFP 1 091 1.16 -1.26

HUNT, G * LP 51 972 55.34 +1.00

RUSH, M GRN 9 148 9.74 -1.76

Final count

SINCLAIR, J ALP 35 873 38.19 -2.67

HUNT, G * LP 58 048 61.81 +2.67

Formal 93 921 95.03 -0.85

Informal 4 916 4.97 +0.85

Total/turnout 98 837 93.74 +0.49

Enrolled 105 435

Flynn (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

TOMSETT, C IND 1 573 1.84 +1.84

O'DOWD, K * LNP 39 362 46.02 -1.02

SCOTT, D IND 792 0.93 -2.86

DICKINS, K RUA 584 0.68 +0.68

THOMPSON, S GRN 1 890 2.21 -1.75

MOLDRE, R FFP 1 287 1.50 -2.99

ENSBY, S PUP 7 908 9.25 +9.25

LOVE, R KAP 3 536 4.13 +4.13

TREVOR, C ALP 28 598 33.44 -6.48

Final count

O'DOWD, K * LNP 48 352 56.53 +2.95

TREVOR, C ALP 37 178 43.47 -2.95

Formal 85 530 94.76 +0.09

Informal 4 725 5.24 -0.09

Total/turnout 90 255 94.65 +2.26

Enrolled 95 357

Forde (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

JENNINGS, J RUA 745 0.98 +0.98

van MANEN, B * LNP 32 271 42.54 -1.54

BEATTIE, P ALP 25 794 34.00 -3.39

DOUGLAS, K VCE 262 0.35 +0.35

BREWSTER, B PUP 9 445 12.45 +12.45

SLOSS, J IND 698 0.92 +0.92

PUKALLUS, J CEC 130 0.17 +0.17

SPAIN, S GRN 3 162 4.17 -8.05

BEST, A FFP 1 701 2.24 -4.08

HUNTER, P KAP 1 652 2.18 +2.18

Final count

van MANEN, B * LNP 41 256 54.38 +2.75

BEATTIE, P ALP 34 604 45.62 -2.75

Formal 75 860 92.73 -0.14

Informal 5 948 7.27 +0.14

Total/turnout 81 808 92.60 +0.94

Enrolled 88 345

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Forrest (WA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

BORLINI, J ALP 21 579 25.26 -2.93

CUSTERS, B FFP 1 270 1.49 -0.46

MARINO, N * LP 42 640 49.92 +0.96

MORIEN, M RUA 581 0.68 +0.68

BARNETT, W AUC 1 374 1.61 +1.61

TAYLER, G GRN 8 136 9.52 -3.96

TUFFNELL, I CEC 204 0.24 +0.24

ROSE, M NP 5 338 6.25 +0.27

DABROWSKI, E PUP 4 301 5.03 +5.03

Final count

BORLINI, J ALP 32 225 37.72 -3.54

MARINO, N * LP 53 198 62.28 +3.54

Formal 85 423 94.37 -1.08

Informal 5 095 5.63 +1.08

Total/turnout 90 518 93.38 -0.81

Enrolled 96 933

Fowler (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

ATTIA, M CDP 3 559 4.53 +4.53

SILAPHET, B GRN 2 684 3.41 -3.28

McLEAN, D KAP 848 1.08 +1.08

NGUYEN, A LP 21 043 26.76 -10.18

HAYES, C * ALP 47 772 60.76 +7.90

PASTOORS, B PUP 2 722 3.46 +3.46

Final count

NGUYEN, A LP 26 102 33.20 -8.04

HAYES, C * ALP 52 526 66.80 +8.04

Formal 78 628 86.07 -1.10

Informal 12 728 13.93 +1.10

Total/turnout 91 356 92.17 -0.12

Enrolled 99 122

Franklin (Tas)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

COLLINS, J * ALP 26 893 39.93 -2.92

ZUCCO, M PUP 4 108 6.10 +6.10

BLACK, B LP 26 070 38.71 +5.23

DOWNES, J FFP 1 264 1.88 +1.88

UGALDE, S KAP 478 0.71 +0.71

WOODRUFF, R GRN 8 201 12.18 -8.69

BOWDEN, O RUA 330 0.49 +0.49

Final count

COLLINS, J * ALP 37 103 55.09 -5.73

BLACK, B LP 30 241 44.91 +5.73

Formal 67 344 96.23 -0.29

Informal 2 639 3.77 +0.29

Total/turnout 69 983 95.09 -0.37

Enrolled 73 593

Fraser (ACT)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

CHURCHILL, D DEM 2 444 1.95 +1.95

LEE, E LP 39 693 31.62 -0.79

LEIGH, A * ALP 56 063 44.66 -1.15

ALCAZAR, F PUP 3 063 2.44 +2.44

ROSS, J RUA 1 508 1.20 +1.20

HUGGINS, S BTA 5 099 4.06 +4.06

VERWEY, A GRN 17 665 14.07 -5.77

Final count

LEE, E LP 46 921 37.38 +1.58

LEIGH, A * ALP 78 614 62.62 -1.58

Formal 125 535 96.27 +0.70

Informal 4 859 3.73 -0.70

Total/turnout 130 394 94.50 +0.11

Enrolled 137 987

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Fremantle (WA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

McNAUGHT, R KAP 1 061 1.22 +1.22

STEELE-JOHN, J GRN 10 354 11.89 -5.76

MULDER, O AUC 1 163 1.34 +1.34

VAN LIESHOUT, T APP 205 0.24 +0.24

SHARMA, V PUP 3 451 3.96 +3.96

HANSSEN, M LP 33 219 38.14 -0.43

McCOURT, J FFP 811 0.93 -0.78

ROWLANDS, R CEC 131 0.15 +0.15

SCOTT, P RUA 416 0.48 +0.48

WAINWRIGHT, S SAL 743 0.85 +0.05

PARKE, M * ALP 35 554 40.82 +1.88

Final count

HANSSEN, M LP 39 403 45.23 +0.93

PARKE, M * ALP 47 705 54.77 -0.93

Formal 87 108 93.64 -0.93

Informal 5 916 6.36 +0.93

Total/turnout 93 024 92.19 -1.04

Enrolled 100 902

Gellibrand (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

ARCH, K FFP 2 266 2.59 +0.21

McCONNELL, D LP 23 343 26.71 +4.29

O'NEILL, A AUC 967 1.11 +1.11

WATTS, T # ALP 40 236 46.04 -12.90

SINGLETON, D PUP 3 413 3.91 +3.91

SWIFT, R GRN 14 623 16.73 +1.50

CASHION, A ASXP 2 540 2.91 +2.91

Final count

McCONNELL, D LP 29 249 33.47 +7.60

WATTS, T # ALP 58 139 66.53 -7.60

Formal 87 388 94.38 -0.29

Informal 5 202 5.62 +0.29

Total/turnout 92 590 90.61 -0.95

Enrolled 102 190

Gilmore (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

RYAN, S CDP 3 030 3.34 +0.67

REILLY, N ALP 31 789 35.05 -0.13

BARRATT, T GRN 8 438 9.30 -0.27

HARRIS, L PUP 5 726 6.31 +6.31

SUDMALIS, A # LP 41 726 46.00 -4.93

Final count

REILLY, N ALP 42 951 47.35 +2.67

SUDMALIS, A # LP 47 758 52.65 -2.67

Formal 90 709 94.83 -0.06

Informal 4 946 5.17 +0.06

Total/turnout 95 655 94.27 -0.35

Enrolled 101 469

Gippsland (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

GARDNER, P IND 1 992 2.25 +2.25

LEITCH, D ASXP 2 101 2.38 +2.38

McNEILL, J ALP 20 467 23.15 -8.42

CHESTER, D * NP 47 533 53.76 +0.76

FOSTER, A FFP 1 591 1.80 -1.54

DORIAN, P RUA 367 0.42 +0.42

MANGION, S CYA 623 0.70 +0.70

GRAVENALL, D PUP 3 785 4.28 +4.28

GUERIN, M SPA 201 0.23 +0.23

CAMPBELL-SMITH, S GRN 5 039 5.70 -0.87

BUCKLEY, B LDP 4 716 5.33 -0.19

Final count

McNEILL, J ALP 30 201 34.16 -4.39

CHESTER, D * NP 58 214 65.84 +4.39

Formal 88 415 94.01 -2.20

Informal 5 629 5.99 +2.20

Total/turnout 94 044 94.45 +0.20

Enrolled 99 573

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Goldstein (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

GUTTMANN, D ALP 21 591 23.83 -6.36

RYDER, K PUP 2 044 2.26 +2.26

READ, R GRN 14 408 15.90 -0.30

HANNIE, L RUA 604 0.67 +0.67

ROBB, A * LP 51 193 56.51 +4.42

JOYNER, I FFP 751 0.83 -0.50

Final count

GUTTMANN, D ALP 35 303 38.97 -5.02

ROBB, A * LP 55 288 61.03 +5.02

Formal 90 591 96.67 -0.19

Informal 3 121 3.33 +0.19

Total/turnout 93 712 93.17 +0.04

Enrolled 100 583

Gorton (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

JAYASURIYA, D GRN 5 597 6.39 -2.58

HUNTER, R ASXP 2 850 3.25 +3.25

CHADHUOL, M AUC 1 132 1.29 +1.29

DEVERALA, M DLP 2 392 2.73 +2.73

MACARDY, G KAP 1 090 1.24 +1.24

O'CONNOR, B * ALP 44 449 50.73 -12.13

BARNES, A PUP 5 238 5.98 +5.98

HUMPHREYS, P LP 22 328 25.48 +3.40

AMBERLEY, S FFP 2 538 2.90 -2.11

Final count

O'CONNOR, B * ALP 57 933 66.12 -7.51

HUMPHREYS, P LP 29 681 33.88 +7.51

Formal 87 614 92.89 -0.18

Informal 6 706 7.11 +0.18

Total/turnout 94 320 92.21 +0.28

Enrolled 102 293

Grayndler (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

GREEN, J CDP 1 828 2.05 +2.05

SCULLY, J BTA 1 171 1.32 +1.32

SPENCER, C LP 21 981 24.70 +0.46

GREENLAND, H GRN 20 498 23.03 -2.87

BALASINGHAM, M PUP 1 522 1.71 +1.71

ALBANESE, A * ALP 42 009 47.20 +1.11

Final count

SPENCER, C LP 26 396 29.66 +0.29

ALBANESE, A * ALP 62 613 70.34 -0.29

Formal 89 009 93.00 +0.08

Informal 6 699 7.00 -0.08

Total/turnout 95 708 91.32 +0.01

Enrolled 104 808

Greenway (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

DIAZ, J LP 34 488 40.04 -1.30

CAVANOUGH, J VCE 545 0.63 +0.63

WOOTTON, J PUP 3 483 4.04 +4.04

LILLICRAP, T ASXP 1 516 1.76 +1.76

ROWLAND, M * ALP 38 319 44.48 +2.15

BELCASTRO, A KAP 681 0.79 +0.79

GREEN, A CDP 3 253 3.78 +0.10

BRENTIN, C GRN 3 175 3.69 -2.32

NICHOLS, M RUA 681 0.79 +0.79

Final count

DIAZ, J LP 40 502 47.02 -2.10

ROWLAND, M * ALP 45 639 52.98 +2.10

Formal 86 141 90.02 +0.29

Informal 9 549 9.98 -0.29

Total/turnout 95 690 93.97 -0.22

Enrolled 101 829

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Grey (SA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

BROWNE, B ALP 24 205 27.30 -3.76

REES, K PUP 4 457 5.03 +5.03

KAMINSKI, C FFP 4 878 5.50 +0.14

SENTANCE, A GRN 3 289 3.71 -4.06

RAMSEY, R * LP 49 334 55.65 -0.16

FIDGE, G IND 2 488 2.81 +2.81

Final count

BROWNE, B ALP 32 321 36.46 -2.38

RAMSEY, R * LP 56 330 63.54 +2.38

Formal 88 651 94.60 -0.05

Informal 5 063 5.40 +0.05

Total/turnout 93 714 93.01 -0.54

Enrolled 100 758

Griffith (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

CHURCH, S RUA 418 0.48 +0.48

McNICOL, J SPP 165 0.19 +0.19

SOWDEN, G IND 705 0.82 +0.82

MURRAY, L KAP 595 0.69 +0.69

FLENADY, L SAL 377 0.44 +0.44

RUDD, K * ALP 34 878 40.36 -3.72

REID, A SPA 445 0.51 +0.51

EBBS, G GRN 8 799 10.18 -5.21

GLASSON, B LNP 36 481 42.22 +6.42

HUNTER, K PUP 2 903 3.36 +3.36

KERTESZ, A FFP 643 0.74 -0.71

Final count

RUDD, K * ALP 45 805 53.01 -5.45

GLASSON, B LNP 40 604 46.99 +5.45

Formal 86 409 95.24 +0.13

Informal 4 323 4.76 -0.13

Total/turnout 90 732 93.14 +1.81

Enrolled 97 413

Groom (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

THIES, R CEC 743 0.84 +0.84

MURRAY, T ALP 19 451 22.10 -0.57

WHITTY, C KAP 3 243 3.69 +3.69

MACFARLANE, I * LNP 48 966 55.64 -5.61

SMITH, T GRN 3 823 4.34 -2.96

ARMITAGE, R RUA 1 210 1.37 +1.37

MATHIESON, E PUP 8 225 9.35 +9.35

TODD, A FFP 2 342 2.66 -2.90

Final count

MURRAY, T ALP 29 510 33.53 +2.06

MACFARLANE, I * LNP 58 493 66.47 -2.06

Formal 88 003 96.01 +0.16

Informal 3 656 3.99 -0.16

Total/turnout 91 659 94.57 +0.15

Enrolled 96 926

Hasluck (WA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

WYATT, K * LP 38 951 45.42 +3.43

MUNRO, C ASXP 2 236 2.61 +2.61

STEVENS, D KAP 569 0.66 +0.66

EVANS, A ALP 28 081 32.74 -4.79

SCOTT, R PUP 5 885 6.86 +6.86

LANGLANDS, P GRN 6 546 7.63 -5.15

WHITTAKER, J AUC 2 130 2.48 +2.48

SHARRIN, K FFP 1 365 1.59 -0.66

Final count

WYATT, K * LP 47 057 54.87 +4.30

EVANS, A ALP 38 706 45.13 -4.30

Formal 85 763 94.32 -0.04

Informal 5 163 5.68 +0.04

Total/turnout 90 926 92.34 -0.73

Enrolled 98 464

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Herbert (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

HAMILTON, G GRN 4 463 5.24 -3.61

MOIR, S ON 710 0.83 +0.83

MAROLLA, N RUA 549 0.64 +0.64

WALKER, B KAP 6 890 8.08 +8.08

JONES, E * LNP 36 952 43.34 -2.33

O'TOOLE, C ALP 25 051 29.38 -10.77

PUNSHON, M FFP 1 106 1.30 -4.03

GEORGE, C ASXP 1 576 1.85 +1.85

BELL, M VCE 383 0.45 +0.45

BREWSTER, M PUP 7 573 8.88 +8.88

Final count

JONES, E * LNP 47 889 56.17 +4.00

O'TOOLE, C ALP 37 364 43.83 -4.00

Formal 85 253 94.07 +0.33

Informal 5 379 5.93 -0.33

Total/turnout 90 632 93.36 +0.77

Enrolled 97 076

Higgins (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

O'DWYER, K * LP 47 467 54.37 +3.89

BALDWIN, J FFP 742 0.85 -0.19

CHAU, W ALP 21 027 24.08 -5.22

PRICE, L RUA 354 0.41 +0.41

DALL, P PUP 1 385 1.59 +1.59

HARRISON, J GRN 14 669 16.80 -0.97

WEBER, G IND 1 663 1.90 +1.90

Final count

O'DWYER, K * LP 52 323 59.93 +4.53

CHAU, W ALP 34 984 40.07 -4.53

Formal 87 307 96.42 -0.68

Informal 3 239 3.58 +0.68

Total/turnout 90 546 92.01 -1.85

Enrolled 98 404

Hindmarsh (SA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

PAYNE, A GRN 8 360 8.84 -3.32

WILLIAMS, M LP 43 639 46.17 +7.53

MELISSOURGOS, G PUP 2 332 2.47 +2.47

McCABE, D DLP 834 0.88 +0.88

McKAY, K KAP 599 0.63 +0.63

GEORGANAS, S * ALP 35 876 37.95 -6.79

RANDALL, B FFP 2 883 3.05 +0.06

Final count

WILLIAMS, M LP 49 048 51.89 +7.97

GEORGANAS, S * ALP 45 475 48.11 -7.97

Formal 94 523 95.12 +0.38

Informal 4 847 4.88 -0.38

Total/turnout 99 370 93.05 -1.08

Enrolled 106 792

Hinkler (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

DONALDSON, L ALP 23 442 27.60 -4.90

DALGLEISH, D KAP 3 887 4.58 +4.58

SCHIRMER, R IND 706 0.83 +0.83

SULLIVAN, T FFP 1 590 1.87 -1.30

PITT, K # LNP 38 005 44.75 -10.20

SIMPSON, M GRN 2 308 2.72 -2.99

MESSENGER, R PUP 14 990 17.65 +17.65

Final count

DONALDSON, L ALP 34 786 40.96 +1.35

PITT, K # LNP 50 142 59.04 -1.35

Formal 84 928 95.08 +0.65

Informal 4 399 4.92 -0.65

Total/turnout 89 327 94.53 +0.92

Enrolled 94 495

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Holt (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

SINGH, J PUP 4 931 5.51 +5.51

BALANCY, R LP 29 181 32.63 +2.72

McCULLOUGH, J GRN 3 469 3.88 -5.32

KEENAN, P FFP 2 232 2.50 -2.46

BYRNE, A * ALP 43 096 48.19 -6.93

ELI, J RUA 933 1.04 +1.04

SMITH, L ASXP 2 514 2.81 +2.81

PALMA, M DLP 1 835 2.05 +2.05

HILL, V AUC 1 232 1.38 +1.38

Final count

BALANCY, R LP 36 587 40.91 +4.88

BYRNE, A * ALP 52 836 59.09 -4.88

Formal 89 423 93.92 -0.24

Informal 5 789 6.08 +0.24

Total/turnout 95 212 92.81 +0.65

Enrolled 102 585

Hotham (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

O'NEIL, C # ALP 40 512 47.13 -7.22

NOWLAND, S FFP 1 818 2.11 -0.25

CADER, F LP 31 929 37.14 +4.79

WYATT, L GRN 7 327 8.52 -1.64

PORTER, S PUP 2 981 3.47 +3.47

VASSILIOU, P RUA 1 392 1.62 +1.62

Final count

O'NEIL, C # ALP 49 232 57.27 -6.69

CADER, F LP 36 727 42.73 +6.69

Formal 85 959 95.17 -0.35

Informal 4 365 4.83 +0.35

Total/turnout 90 324 92.53 -0.56

Enrolled 97 618

Hughes (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

PETERS, J PUP 5 224 5.90 +5.90

MEGARRITY, A ALP 28 406 32.07 -5.72

COLSELL, P CDP 2 561 2.89 +0.44

WESTERBERG, S GRN 3 948 4.46 -1.83

KELLY, C * LP 48 436 54.68 +5.53

Final count

MEGARRITY, A ALP 34 840 39.33 -5.50

KELLY, C * LP 53 735 60.67 +5.50

Formal 88 575 92.61 -0.87

Informal 7 071 7.39 +0.87

Total/turnout 95 646 94.24 +0.03

Enrolled 101 488

Hume (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

COSGROVE, L CEC 1 273 1.40 +1.40

NICHOLSON, B KAP 1 658 1.82 +1.82

HARKER-MORTLOCK, J IND 2 096 2.30 +2.30

PILBROW, M ALP 23 711 26.06 -5.80

TAYLOR, A # LP 49 105 53.97 +0.41

CORNELIUS, J PUP 4 015 4.41 +4.41

VAN DER BYL, A CDP 1 397 1.54 -0.22

CHEVALIER, Z GRN 5 218 5.73 -1.92

STYLES, L ON 2 521 2.77 +2.77

Final count

PILBROW, M ALP 35 056 38.53 -2.75

TAYLOR, A # LP 55 938 61.47 +2.75

Formal 90 994 93.68 -1.19

Informal 6 142 6.32 +1.19

Total/turnout 97 136 94.96 +0.01

Enrolled 102 291

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Hunter (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

ATWELL, D GRN 5 066 5.89 -3.03

JOHNSEN, M NP 30 170 35.11 +4.06

LAWLER, A CEC 833 0.97 +0.97

FOX, B ON 3 245 3.78 +0.43

STEFANAC, J PUP 6 552 7.62 +7.62

FITZGIBBON, J * ALP 38 241 44.50 -9.81

STRETTON, R CDP 1 834 2.13 -0.25

Final count

JOHNSEN, M NP 39 816 46.33 +8.81

FITZGIBBON, J * ALP 46 125 53.67 -8.81

Formal 85 941 93.46 -0.33

Informal 6 014 6.54 +0.33

Total/turnout 91 955 94.52 -0.21

Enrolled 97 291

Indi (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

DUDLEY, R RUA 985 1.11 +1.11

McGOWAN, C IND 27 763 31.18 +31.18

LEEWORTHY, R FFP 1 330 1.49 -2.24

MIRABELLA, S * LP 39 785 44.68 -7.17

ASCHENBRENNER, H ASXP 1 402 1.57 +1.57

HAYES, W BTA 489 0.55 +0.55

WALSH, R ALP 10 375 11.65 -16.55

O'CONNOR, J GRN 3 041 3.42 -6.21

ROURKE, P KAP 615 0.69 +0.69

MURPHY, R PUP 2 417 2.71 +2.71

PODESTA, J IND 841 0.94 +0.94

Final count

McGOWAN, C IND 44 741 50.25

MIRABELLA, S * LP 44 302 49.75

Formal 89 043 94.91 -1.18

Informal 4 774 5.09 +1.18

Total/turnout 93 817 95.11 +0.50

Enrolled 98 637

Isaacs (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

ELLIOTT, J FFP 2 503 2.89 -0.76

LEACH, J DLP 1 144 1.32 +1.32

SEAMAN, N RUA 558 0.64 +0.64

GILL, A PUP 2 846 3.28 +3.28

DOBBY, K AUC 743 0.86 +0.86

DREYFUS, M * ALP 35 837 41.33 -7.55

MILES, S GRN 6 120 7.06 -3.84

GRAHAM, L ASXP 2 093 2.41 +2.41

SPENCER, G LP 34 864 40.21 +5.12

Final count

DREYFUS, M * ALP 46 704 53.86 -6.55

SPENCER, G LP 40 004 46.14 +6.55

Formal 86 708 95.20 -0.09

Informal 4 375 4.80 +0.09

Total/turnout 91 083 93.04 +0.12

Enrolled 97 897

Jagajaga (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

WALLIS, N ASXP 2 565 2.80 +2.80

EADIE, T FFP 1 490 1.63 -0.86

MACKLIN, J * ALP 34 813 38.00 -9.00

SNAPE, K PUP 2 452 2.68 +2.68

KEARNEY, C GRN 11 863 12.95 -1.92

McGOWAN, N LP 38 422 41.94 +7.01

Final count

MACKLIN, J * ALP 48 669 53.13 -8.02

McGOWAN, N LP 42 936 46.87 +8.02

Formal 91 605 96.27 +0.24

Informal 3 549 3.73 -0.24

Total/turnout 95 154 94.02 -0.30

Enrolled 101 205

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Kennedy (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

BRAZIER, R PUP 6 419 7.63 +7.63

TUXFORD, C IND 571 0.68 +0.68

STIRLING, J GRN 2 727 3.24 -1.25

KATTER, B * KAP 24 691 29.36 -17.35

HECHT, P RUA 508 0.60 +0.60

VOGLER, D FFP 1 064 1.27 -0.73

IKIN, N LNP 34 344 40.84 +14.24

TURNOUR, A ALP 13 777 16.38 -3.83

Final count

KATTER, B * KAP 43 896 52.19 -16.15

IKIN, N LNP 40 205 47.81 +16.15

Formal 84 101 94.57 -0.05

Informal 4 828 5.43 +0.05

Total/turnout 88 929 92.26 +0.81

Enrolled 96 393

Kingsford Smith (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

SHIHA, J CDP 1 379 1.60 +1.60

SOMERFIELD, D RUA 357 0.41 +0.41

THISTLETHWAITE, M # ALP 36 177 42.02 -1.81

HAPP, D PUP 1 611 1.87 +1.87

FENELEY, M LP 37 455 43.50 +2.25

LUCAS, G FUT 693 0.80 +0.80

MACDONALD, J GRN 8 431 9.79 -2.26

Final count

THISTLETHWAITE, M # ALP 45 411 52.74 -2.42

FENELEY, M LP 40 692 47.26 +2.42

Formal 86 103 91.37 -0.48

Informal 8 130 8.63 +0.48

Total/turnout 94 233 92.01 +0.63

Enrolled 102 418

Kingston (SA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

SNOSWELL, A RUA 1 191 1.35 +1.35

MOORE, P GRN 6 062 6.89 -5.22

FROST, M PUP 3 709 4.22 +4.22

MILLS, D LP 28 492 32.40 +3.99

DOECKE, G FFP 5 168 5.88 +0.08

RISHWORTH, A * ALP 43 328 49.26 -2.50

Final count

MILLS, D LP 35 446 40.30 +4.85

RISHWORTH, A * ALP 52 504 59.70 -4.85

Formal 87 950 94.93 +0.09

Informal 4 697 5.07 -0.09

Total/turnout 92 647 93.80 -0.53

Enrolled 98 775

Kooyong (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

HARRISON, T IND 1 464 1.67 +1.67

FRYDENBERG, J * LP 48 802 55.69 +3.20

McNAMARA, L PUP 1 406 1.60 +1.60

KRIEDEMANN, T RUA 327 0.37 +0.37

McLEOD, H GRN 14 526 16.58 -1.76

ZUBAC, A IND 621 0.71 +0.71

KENNEDY, J ALP 19 655 22.43 -5.12

CALDER, J FFP 825 0.94 -0.60

Final count

FRYDENBERG, J * LP 53 504 61.06 +3.61

KENNEDY, J ALP 34 122 38.94 -3.61

Formal 87 626 96.61 -0.61

Informal 3 073 3.39 +0.61

Total/turnout 90 699 93.46 -0.11

Enrolled 97 044

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La Trobe (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

SCHILLING, M GRN 8 905 10.02 -1.98

WOOD, J LP 40 925 46.05 +3.01

LEAHY, M ASXP 2 475 2.79 +0.46

SMYTH, L * ALP 28 488 32.06 -7.35

JENKINS, R DLP 1 168 1.31 +1.31

MARTIN, D FFP 1 680 1.89 -0.67

KENNEDY, J PUP 4 514 5.08 +5.08

SEAMAN, K RUA 711 0.80 +0.80

Final count

WOOD, J LP 47 998 54.01 +5.67

SMYTH, L * ALP 40 868 45.99 -5.67

Formal 88 866 95.61 -0.35

Informal 4 083 4.39 +0.35

Total/turnout 92 949 94.84 +0.41

Enrolled 98 006

Lalor (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

VALE, M RUA 1 684 1.80 +1.80

ROGERS, G AUC 1 535 1.64 +1.64

PAGE, J SPP 359 0.38 +0.38

FREEMAN, M DLP 1 768 1.89 +1.89

MULLINS, N IND 1 842 1.97 +1.97

SHEFFIELD-BROTHERTON, B GRN 5 615 6.01 -1.14

ZAPPIA, J PUP 5 416 5.80 +5.80

HARWOOD, A ASXP 3 004 3.22 +3.22

RYAN, J # ALP 42 184 45.17 -18.78

SAMARA, N LP 27 321 29.26 +6.13

POLLARD, D FFP 2 653 2.84 -0.07

Final count

RYAN, J # ALP 58 041 62.16 -9.96

SAMARA, N LP 35 340 37.84 +9.96

Formal 93 381 93.37 -0.88

Informal 6 630 6.63 +0.88

Total/turnout 100 011 93.13 +0.24

Enrolled 107 392

Leichhardt (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

MILES, F FFP 1 876 2.19 +0.36

EDWARDS, D RUA 476 0.56 +0.56

RYAN, G KAP 3 677 4.29 +4.29

GIBSON, B PUP 7 326 8.55 +8.55

KLOOT, J GRN 5 646 6.59 -2.47

ENTSCH, W * LNP 38 795 45.26 -2.14

GORDON, B ALP 27 920 32.57 -2.09

Final count

ENTSCH, W * LNP 47 725 55.68 +1.13

GORDON, B ALP 37 991 44.32 -1.13

Formal 85 716 94.55 +0.46

Informal 4 939 5.45 -0.46

Total/turnout 90 655 91.28 +0.18

Enrolled 99 312

Lilley (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

RYAN, J KAP 1 899 2.11 +2.11

FORSTER, N GRN 6 908 7.67 -4.50

FIGUEROA, B PUP 6 193 6.87 +6.87

McGARVIE, R LNP 37 232 41.32 +0.10

SWAN, W * ALP 36 228 40.21 -0.88

VINCENT, A FFP 1 297 1.44 -1.66

CONTARINO, N CEC 344 0.38 +0.38

Final count

McGARVIE, R LNP 43 864 48.68 +1.86

SWAN, W * ALP 46 237 51.32 -1.86

Formal 90 101 95.43 -0.01

Informal 4 314 4.57 +0.01

Total/turnout 94 415 94.25 +0.73

Enrolled 100 171

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Lindsay (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

LAWSON, J ON 1 901 2.17 +2.17

LENTON, D GRN 2 679 3.06 -1.68

SAUNDERS, M AFN 610 0.70 -0.47

WILCOX, A PUP 4 517 5.15 +5.15

BRADBURY, D * ALP 34 212 39.03 -5.52

BROWN, G SPP 408 0.47 +0.47

SCOTT, F LP 40 882 46.64 +3.25

GREEN, A CDP 2 449 2.79 -0.22

Final count

BRADBURY, D * ALP 41 212 47.01 -4.11

SCOTT, F LP 46 446 52.99 +4.11

Formal 87 658 91.79 -0.04

Informal 7 837 8.21 +0.04

Total/turnout 95 495 94.34 -0.09

Enrolled 101 229

Lingiari (NT)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

FLYNN, P CEC 1 639 3.56 -0.31

SHAW, B GRN 3 572 7.76 -4.83

GOULD, A IND 748 1.63 +1.63

MacFARLANE, T CLP 17 593 38.23 +3.97

McCARTHY, R RUA 917 1.99 +1.99

HEDLAND, T PUP 1 918 4.17 +4.17

LECHLEITNER, K FNPP 1 340 2.91 +2.91

SNOWDON, W * ALP 18 292 39.75 -0.33

Final count

MacFARLANE, T CLP 22 606 49.12 +2.82

SNOWDON, W * ALP 23 413 50.88 -2.82

Formal 46 019 92.57 +0.07

Informal 3 696 7.43 -0.07

Total/turnout 49 715 75.42 -0.45

Enrolled 65 916

Longman (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

ROY, W * LNP 37 570 44.84 +1.09

KENNEDY, B KAP 2 364 2.82 +2.82

VAN DER WEEGEN, C PUP 10 714 12.79 +12.79

WELLS, C IND 895 1.07 +1.07

CAISLEY, M ALP 25 683 30.65 -6.99

SMITH, W FFP 1 977 2.36 -1.89

GOEYTES, A ASXP 1 283 1.53 +1.53

FAIRWEATHER, H GRN 3 304 3.94 -5.18

Final count

ROY, W * LNP 47 691 56.92 +5.00

CAISLEY, M ALP 36 099 43.08 -5.00

Formal 83 790 94.93 +2.22

Informal 4 473 5.07 -2.22

Total/turnout 88 263 93.85 +0.36

Enrolled 94 049

Lyne (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

KLOSE, J CDP 2 054 2.38 +2.38

HUTH, C ON 2 208 2.56 +2.56

BUCKLEY CLARE, B KAP 814 0.94 +0.94

ALLEY, P ALP 18 352 21.28 +7.79

OXENFORD, I GRN 5 340 6.19 +1.90

GILLESPIE, D NP 45 871 53.19 +18.80

WILKIE, T PUP 4 727 5.48 +5.48

GOUGH, M CEC 318 0.37 +0.37

ATTKINS, S IND 6 561 7.61 +7.61

Final count

ALLEY, P ALP 30 388 35.23 -2.32

GILLESPIE, D NP 55 857 64.77 +2.32

Formal 86 245 93.69 -2.58

Informal 5 809 6.31 +2.58

Total/turnout 92 054 94.77 -0.61

Enrolled 97 138

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Lyons (Tas)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

HUTCHINSON, E LP 29 662 44.39 +11.70

JAMES, G FFP 1 707 2.55 +2.55

VON STIEGLITZ, Q PUP 4 697 7.03 +7.03

BRINKLOW, P GRN 5 563 8.32 -8.43

ROGERS, J RUA 589 0.88 +0.88

ADAMS, D * ALP 24 607 36.82 -12.09

Final count

HUTCHINSON, E LP 34 228 51.22 +13.51

ADAMS, D * ALP 32 597 48.78 -13.51

Formal 66 825 95.54 +0.34

Informal 3 119 4.46 -0.34

Total/turnout 69 944 94.53 -0.25

Enrolled 73 990

Macarthur (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

WILLIAMS, M KAP 1 751 2.06 +2.06

MATHESON, R * LP 46 185 54.33 +6.93

RAMSAY, S CDP 2 189 2.58 +0.82

GROSCHE, G PUP 4 916 5.78 +5.78

FULTON, I ALP 26 039 30.63 -7.92

DARLEY-JONES, P GRN 3 929 4.62 -0.94

Final count

MATHESON, R * LP 52 161 61.36 +8.34

FULTON, I ALP 32 848 38.64 -8.34

Formal 85 009 92.17 +0.28

Informal 7 225 7.83 -0.28

Total/turnout 92 234 94.17 -0.35

Enrolled 97 941

Mackellar (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

KING, J GRN 12 843 14.19 -2.58

DRUMMOND, D PUP 3 771 4.17 +4.17

NERO, S CDP 1 791 1.98 +1.98

HEDGE, C ALP 15 606 17.24 -3.86

BISHOP, B * LP 56 521 62.43 +0.31

Final count

HEDGE, C ALP 28 210 31.16 -3.12

BISHOP, B * LP 62 322 68.84 +3.12

Formal 90 532 94.25 -0.55

Informal 5 525 5.75 +0.55

Total/turnout 96 057 93.39 +0.13

Enrolled 102 861

Macquarie (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

PIPER, T CDP 2 720 3.02 +0.87

MARKUS, L * LP 42 590 47.36 +2.89

TEMPLEMAN, S ALP 27 872 31.00 -1.36

ELARO, T DLP 499 0.55 +0.55

MAXWELL, P PUP 3 731 4.15 +4.15

HODGSON, M AFN 750 0.83 +0.06

WHEELER, D GRN 9 986 11.10 -2.99

LITTLEJOHN, M ASXP 1 776 1.98 +1.98

Final count

MARKUS, L * LP 48 987 54.48 +3.22

TEMPLEMAN, S ALP 40 937 45.52 -3.22

Formal 89 924 94.37 -0.15

Informal 5 362 5.63 +0.15

Total/turnout 95 286 94.64 -0.17

Enrolled 100 681

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Makin (SA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

ZAPPIA, T * ALP 41 873 45.56 -4.70

GRAHAM, A PUP 3 818 4.15 +4.15

JAMESON, R KAP 705 0.77 +0.77

LAWRIE, S LP 34 192 37.20 +6.75

HARRISON, A GRN 5 429 5.91 -4.39

POTTER, M FFP 5 891 6.41 +0.40

Final count

ZAPPIA, T * ALP 50 604 55.06 -6.94

LAWRIE, S LP 41 304 44.94 +6.94

Formal 91 908 95.12 +1.13

Informal 4 717 4.88 -1.13

Total/turnout 96 625 93.98 -0.36

Enrolled 102 817

Mallee (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

CREWTHER, C LP 23 363 27.22 +24.12

CORY, M PUP 2 883 3.36 +3.36

MULCAHY, A ASXP 2 118 2.47 +2.47

CIRILLO, V KAP 3 195 3.72 +3.72

LAHY, C CEC 241 0.28 +0.28

RIDGEWAY, A IND 595 0.69 +0.69

MACALLISTER, J GRN 2 637 3.07 -4.67

MIDDLETON, T RUA 772 0.90 +0.90

BULLER, N FFP 1 356 1.58 -3.67

BROAD, A # NP 33 270 38.76 -23.82

COLDHAM, M CYA 384 0.45 +0.45

SENIOR, L ALP 15 020 17.50 -3.33

Final count

CREWTHER, C LP 37 591 43.79

BROAD, A # NP 48 243 56.21

Formal 85 834 93.09 -2.53

Informal 6 373 6.91 +2.53

Total/turnout 92 207 94.67 +0.22

Enrolled 97 400

Maranoa (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

SPELLMAN, J FFP 2 481 2.76 -1.33

CEDRIC-THOMPSON, N ALP 14 649 16.29 -3.67 NEWSON, G GRN 2 762 3.07 -2.08

SCOTT, B * LNP 51 622 57.42 -8.10

CLOUSTON, G RUA 861 0.96 +0.96

BJELKE-PETERSEN, J PUP 12 506 13.91 +13.91

WALTON, R KAP 5 027 5.59 +5.59

Final count

CEDRIC-THOMPSON, N ALP 24 921 27.72 +0.61 SCOTT, B * LNP 64 987 72.28 -0.61

Formal 89 908 95.61 +0.55

Informal 4 124 4.39 -0.55

Total/turnout 94 032 94.40 +0.75

Enrolled 99 608

Maribyrnong (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

KEECH, R GRN 8 920 9.90 -2.01

PATERNO, J AUC 888 0.99 +0.99

SHORTEN, B * ALP 43 162 47.90 -7.67

CUTLER, P PUP 2 470 2.74 +2.74

KAVANAGH, M DLP 1 258 1.40 +1.40

HATZAKORTZIAN, T LP 29 767 33.03 +4.44

MYERS, A ASXP 2 313 2.57 +2.57

CARLSON, H FFP 944 1.05 -1.81

TRUSCOTT, J RUA 395 0.44 +0.44

Final count

SHORTEN, B * ALP 55 320 61.39 -6.10

HATZAKORTZIAN, T LP 34 797 38.61 +6.10

Formal 90 117 93.82 -0.56

Informal 5 940 6.18 +0.56

Total/turnout 96 057 91.54 -0.10

Enrolled 104 938

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Mayo (SA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

HICKS, B FFP 6 525 7.14 +1.39

BRAR, B PUP 3 434 3.76 +3.76

FAHY, N ALP 19 325 21.14 -4.06

GROSSER, I GRN 12 931 14.15 -2.86

BRIGGS, J * LP 49 195 53.82 +6.94

Final count

FAHY, N ALP 34 269 37.49 -5.22

BRIGGS, J * LP 57 141 62.51 +5.22

Formal 91 410 96.13 +0.56

Informal 3 684 3.87 -0.56

Total/turnout 95 094 94.60 +0.14

Enrolled 100 519

McEwen (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

NEWTON, B FFP 2 906 2.87 -0.87

DANCE, T PUP 6 822 6.74 +6.74

VERDAN, F RUA 463 0.46 +0.46

CRANSON, I CYA 686 0.68 +0.68

STEVENS, B KAP 997 0.98 +0.98

NASH, V ASXP 3 256 3.22 +3.22

PETROVICH, D LP 40 853 40.34 +4.10

MITCHELL, R * ALP 38 091 37.62 -10.19

BARKER, N GRN 7 187 7.10 -3.59

Final count

PETROVICH, D LP 50 474 49.85 +9.04

MITCHELL, R * ALP 50 787 50.15 -9.04

Formal 101 261 95.38 +0.21

Informal 4 910 4.62 -0.21

Total/turnout 106 171 94.79 -1.85

Enrolled 112 012

McMahon (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

KING, R LP 33 430 40.59 +4.34

DOBRINCIC, M PUP 2 862 3.48 +3.48

BOWEN, C * ALP 41 334 50.19 -1.07

O'NEILL, A GRN 2 410 2.93 -5.12

POULARAS, M CDP 2 323 2.82 -1.62

Final count

KING, R LP 36 798 44.68 +2.49

BOWEN, C * ALP 45 561 55.32 -2.49

Formal 82 359 88.65 -0.51

Informal 10 542 11.35 +0.51

Total/turnout 92 901 93.58 +0.34

Enrolled 99 279

McMillan (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

AMOR, D KAP 2 262 2.41 +2.41

PATTON, G SOL 209 0.22 +0.22

STAGGARD, B ASXP 2 168 2.31 +2.20

McKELVIE, M GRN 7 157 7.62 -2.09

PARKER, J IND 1 245 1.33 +1.33

KIS-RIGO, A DLP 1 641 1.75 +1.75

SHERRY, M PUP 4 380 4.66 +4.66

BAKER, N RUA 627 0.67 +0.67

BROADBENT, R * LP 47 316 50.36 +1.31

NAUS, A ALP 23 537 25.05 -10.71

GATT, L IND 695 0.74 -1.35

FISHER, R CYA 822 0.87 +0.87

CONLON, L FFP 1 893 2.01 -1.24

Final count

BROADBENT, R * LP 58 095 61.83 +7.62

NAUS, A ALP 35 857 38.17 -7.62

Formal 93 952 93.89 -2.15

Informal 6 118 6.11 +2.15

Total/turnout 100 070 94.64 +0.34

Enrolled 105 739

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McPherson (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

GREEN, S FFP 3 084 3.72 -1.12

DOUGLAS, S PUP 13 203 15.92 +15.92

BLAKE, C VCE 491 0.59 +0.59

HISLOP, G ALP 18 866 22.75 -6.11

ANDREWS, K * LNP 41 594 50.16 -3.74

WYATT, D GRN 5 689 6.86 -5.54

Final count

HISLOP, G ALP 30 683 37.00 -2.72

ANDREWS, K * LNP 52 244 63.00 +2.72

Formal 82 927 94.79 +0.69

Informal 4 559 5.21 -0.69

Total/turnout 87 486 92.61 +0.60

Enrolled 94 463

Melbourne (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

MAIN, A 1 140 1.35 +1.35

ARMISTEAD, S LP 19 301 22.83 +1.37

BORLAND, K IND 443 0.52 +0.52

WALKER, N FFP 453 0.54 -1.03

BANDT, A * GRN 36 035 42.62 +7.03

BOWTELL, C ALP 22 490 26.60 -11.54

VRBNJAK, M PUP 780 0.92 +0.92

BAYLISS, M SPP 173 0.20 +0.20

MURPHY, M DLP 442 0.52 +0.52

WALSHE, N AJP 628 0.74 +0.74

DAVIDSON, J BTA 297 0.35 +0.35

KHOO, J RUA 165 0.20 +0.20

WILDING, R SPA 230 0.27 -0.43

MANGISI, J ASXP 1 621 1.92 +0.06

KIRKMAN, F IND 183 0.22 +0.22

CUMMINS, P AIN 170 0.20 +0.20

Final count

BANDT, A * GRN 46 732 55.27 -0.64

BOWTELL, C ALP 37 819 44.73 +0.64

Formal 84 551 94.05 -2.28

Informal 5 348 5.95 +2.28

Total/turnout 89 899 90.69 +0.60

Enrolled 99 130

Melbourne Ports (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

STAR, M ASXP 3 089 3.81 +1.59

DANBY, M * ALP 25 676 31.67 -6.56

KEENAN, R FFP 490 0.60 -0.14

STODART, T PUP 1 122 1.38 +1.38

STEFANO, V DLP 540 0.67 +0.67

BIRRELL, A GRN 16 353 20.17 -0.82

EKENDAHL, K LP 33 278 41.05 +3.66

QUINN, M RUA 201 0.25 +0.25

ARMSTRONG, S SPP 324 0.40 +0.40

Final count

DANBY, M * ALP 43 419 53.56 -4.33

EKENDAHL, K LP 37 654 46.44 +4.33

Formal 81 073 96.18 -0.59

Informal 3 223 3.82 +0.59

Total/turnout 84 296 90.04 +0.51

Enrolled 93 616

Menzies (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

ANDREWS, K * LP 52 290 58.88 +5.33

CRANSTON, R GRN 7 663 8.63 -2.09

KUMAR, M ALP 22 788 25.66 -6.52

GUARDIANI, A PUP 2 353 2.65 +2.65

ROBINSON, R IND 1 287 1.45 +1.45

BAKER, P RUA 508 0.57 +0.57

CONLON, A FFP 1 917 2.16 -1.39

Final count

ANDREWS, K * LP 57 235 64.45 +5.80

KUMAR, M ALP 31 571 35.55 -5.80

Formal 88 806 95.70 -0.20

Informal 3 987 4.30 +0.20

Total/turnout 92 793 94.07 -0.12

Enrolled 98 647

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Mitchell (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

ALLEN, D CDP 2 794 3.23 -0.18

BELLSTEDT, M GRN 5 554 6.41 -1.19

SCHULTZ, M PUP 2 792 3.22 +3.22

DODD, N DLP 987 1.14 +1.14

HAWKE, A * LP 56 706 65.47 +2.81

PUNCH, A ALP 17 775 20.52 -5.81

Final count

HAWKE, A * LP 62 425 72.08 +4.92

PUNCH, A ALP 24 183 27.92 -4.92

Formal 86 608 93.69 -0.73

Informal 5 833 6.31 +0.73

Total/turnout 92 441 94.63 -0.14

Enrolled 97 682

Moncrieff (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

NICHOLSON, B FFP 1 744 2.19 -0.92

SPAJIC, P CEC 330 0.41 +0.41

CIOBO, S * LNP 44 295 55.69 -6.16

PFORR, G PUP 10 882 13.68 +13.68

BERIC, V ON 600 0.75 +0.75

McPHERSON, T GRN 5 127 6.45 -5.11

MUNRO, J ALP 16 562 20.82 -2.66

Final count

CIOBO, S * LNP 54 051 67.95 +0.46

MUNRO, J ALP 25 489 32.05 -0.46

Formal 79 540 94.27 +0.45

Informal 4 839 5.73 -0.45

Total/turnout 84 379 91.05 +0.53

Enrolled 92 674

Moore (WA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

LAWRANCE, J ALP 22 324 26.01 -0.36

MORRIS, G PUP 5 745 6.69 +6.69

HOST, R AUC 1 602 1.87 +1.87

LLOYD, L GRN 8 539 9.95 -3.63

PRITCHETT, M RUA 738 0.86 +0.86

CATALANO, J SPRT 1 324 1.54 +1.54

GOODENOUGH, I # LP 45 562 53.08 -1.08

Final count

LAWRANCE, J ALP 32 734 38.14 -0.67

GOODENOUGH, I # LP 53 100 61.86 +0.67

Formal 85 834 95.49 -0.16

Informal 4 055 4.51 +0.16

Total/turnout 89 889 92.44 -0.63

Enrolled 97 238

Moreton (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

PERRETT, G * ALP 31 932 38.73 +2.72

GRUNERT, W CEC 208 0.25 +0.25

MALLCOTT, C KAP 1 070 1.30 +1.30

MUSCAT, H FUT 481 0.58 +0.58

FERRANDO, C FFP 1 250 1.52 -1.92

COLE, M LNP 34 824 42.24 -1.16

DAVEY, J PUP 4 147 5.03 +5.03

FRY, B RUA 303 0.37 +0.37

JENKINS, E GRN 8 234 9.99 -5.90

Final count

PERRETT, G * ALP 42 503 51.55 +0.42

COLE, M LNP 39 946 48.45 -0.42

Formal 82 449 94.38 -0.77

Informal 4 912 5.62 +0.77

Total/turnout 87 361 92.67 +0.80

Enrolled 94 271

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Murray (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

CHELLEW, T ASXP 2 337 2.63 +2.63

STONE, S * LP 54 490 61.41 -2.78

BOURKE, M KAP 2 423 2.73 +2.73

BUCK, W IND 1 176 1.33 +1.33

STEVENS, D GRN 3 485 3.93 -2.40

THOOLEN, C PUP 2 964 3.34 +3.34

SUMMER, F BTA 986 1.11 +1.11

HUNGERFORD, R RUA 563 0.63 +0.63

WALKER, A FFP 1 589 1.79 -1.79

HIGGINS, R ALP 18 403 20.74 -3.07

DAVY, J CEC 316 0.36 -0.20

Final count

STONE, S * LP 62 882 70.87 +1.29

HIGGINS, R ALP 25 850 29.13 -1.29

Formal 88 732 93.67 -0.62

Informal 5 992 6.33 +0.62

Total/turnout 94 724 94.55 +0.01

Enrolled 100 185

New England (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

GIRLE, P PUP 4 746 5.20 +5.20

DETTMANN, B ON 1 566 1.72 +0.85

SCHULTZ, P GRN 4 184 4.58 +1.01

TABER, R IND 12 574 13.77 +13.77

McINTYRE, J IND 6 059 6.64 +6.64

JOYCE, B NP 49 486 54.21 +28.99

WITTEN, R CEC 353 0.39 +0.05

HEWITT, S ALP 10 825 11.86 +3.73

EVANS, A CDP 1 496 1.64 +1.64

Final count

TABER, R IND 32 443 35.54

JOYCE, B NP 58 846 64.46

Formal 91 289 93.95 -2.51

Informal 5 881 6.05 +2.51

Total/turnout 97 170 95.16 +0.28

Enrolled 102 116

Newcastle (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

CHEHOFF, M AFN 922 1.08 +1.08

ALCORN, Z SAL 616 0.72 -0.29

McLELLAN, Y PUP 3 518 4.11 +4.11

HOLDING, R IND 674 0.79 +0.79

SCURRY, S IND 1 026 1.20 +1.20

CAINE, M CDP 1 091 1.28 -0.52

ABBOTT, J LP 29 632 34.66 +3.33

HIGGINS, L AIN 367 0.43 +0.43

CLAYDON, S # ALP 37 391 43.73 -4.16

OSBORNE, M GRN 10 258 12.00 -3.47

Final count

ABBOTT, J LP 35 197 41.17 +3.66

CLAYDON, S # ALP 50 298 58.83 -3.66

Formal 85 495 93.80 -0.51

Informal 5 653 6.20 +0.51

Total/turnout 91 148 93.58 -0.02

Enrolled 97 397

North Sydney (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

KHAN, R PUP 1 493 1.69 +1.69

HOCKEY, J * LP 53 991 61.04 +1.33

HAINES, A GRN 13 579 15.35 -0.18

McCAFFREY, A DLP 766 0.87 +0.87

HAYES, P ALP 17 727 20.04 -2.08

GUTHRIE, M CDP 892 1.01 +1.01

Final count

HOCKEY, J * LP 58 274 65.89 +1.83

HAYES, P ALP 30 174 34.11 -1.83

Formal 88 448 94.62 -0.94

Informal 5 031 5.38 +0.94

Total/turnout 93 479 92.25 +0.33

Enrolled 101 333

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O'Connor (WA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

SALT, M ALP 14 234 17.25 +0.14

ROBINSON, J CEC 407 0.49 +0.03

BOUWMAN, P KAP 660 0.80 +0.80

WITHAM, C # NP 20 914 25.35 -3.50

KORBER, V RUA 595 0.72 +0.72

EVERS, D GRN 5 627 6.82 -2.04

WALSH, M AUC 2 079 2.52 +2.52

WILSON, R LP 32 284 39.13 +0.77

FUHRMANN, S FFP 698 0.85 -0.58

MOURITZ, J IND 1 431 1.73 +1.73

LUCAS, M PUP 3 581 4.34 +4.34

Final count

WITHAM, C # NP 40 470 49.05 -4.51

WILSON, R LP 42 040 50.95 +4.51

Formal 82 510 94.06 -0.57

Informal 5 206 5.94 +0.57

Total/turnout 87 716 92.27 -0.53

Enrolled 95 069

Oxley (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

NGUYEN, A LNP 29 064 38.44 +0.09

KARG, F DLP 1 075 1.42 +1.42

STEPHENSON, M GRN 4 072 5.38 -6.41

HEWLETT, K KAP 1 499 1.98 +1.98

MOERLAND, S RUA 400 0.53 +0.53

TANG, R PUP 5 368 7.10 +7.10

RIPOLL, B * ALP 32 589 43.10 -1.61

McCORMACK, C FFP 1 551 2.05 -3.10

Final count

NGUYEN, A LNP 34 961 46.23 +2.00

RIPOLL, B * ALP 40 657 53.77 -2.00

Formal 75 618 93.08 -0.24

Informal 5 619 6.92 +0.24

Total/turnout 81 237 93.55 +0.93

Enrolled 86 841

Page (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

HOGAN, K NP 40 088 46.65 +4.18

SAFFIN, J * ALP 33 336 38.79 -6.94

ORDISH, C CDP 1 394 1.62 +1.62

JANES, S PUP 4 135 4.81 +4.81

BANKS, D GRN 5 601 6.52 -2.06

SMITH, R ON 1 381 1.61 +1.61

Final count

HOGAN, K NP 45 134 52.52 +6.71

SAFFIN, J * ALP 40 801 47.48 -6.71

Formal 85 935 95.32 -0.29

Informal 4 223 4.68 +0.29

Total/turnout 90 158 94.19 -0.47

Enrolled 95 724

Parkes (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

COULTON, M * NP 58 020 64.01 +4.78

PARMETER, M GRN 4 691 5.18 -0.42

GORMAN, N PUP 6 724 7.42 +7.42

RYAN, M CDP 2 354 2.60 +2.60

BYRON, B ALP 18 850 20.80 -0.46

Final count

COULTON, M * NP 65 575 72.35 +3.49

BYRON, B ALP 25 064 27.65 -3.49

Formal 90 639 94.26 -0.72

Informal 5 519 5.74 +0.72

Total/turnout 96 158 94.33 +0.01

Enrolled 101 936

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Parramatta (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

WILLIAMS, M DLP 1 626 2.02 +2.02

LOKE, G PUP 1 760 2.18 +2.18

PATEL, K IND 1 204 1.49 -0.34

OWENS, J * ALP 33 261 41.26 -3.20

BRADLEY, P GRN 4 261 5.29 -2.67

ZAITER, M LP 35 724 44.31 +3.59

ROLLINSON, T ON 822 1.02 +1.02

SHARAH, A CDP 1 957 2.43 -0.64

Final count

OWENS, J * ALP 40 765 50.57 -3.80

ZAITER, M LP 39 850 49.43 +3.80

Formal 80 615 89.48 -1.87

Informal 9 474 10.52 +1.87

Total/turnout 90 089 91.37 +0.16

Enrolled 98 602

Paterson (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

BALFOUR, A CDP 1 854 2.13 +1.07

PACKETT, J PUP 5 451 6.26 +6.26

DAVIS, P CEC 390 0.45 +0.45

HOLZ, B RUA 877 1.01 +1.01

BROWN, J GRN 5 812 6.67 +0.68

MARSHALL, B ALP 25 811 29.63 -8.63

BALDWIN, B * LP 46 922 53.86 +2.56

Final count

MARSHALL, B ALP 35 037 40.22 -4.45

BALDWIN, B * LP 52 080 59.78 +4.45

Formal 87 117 94.83 +0.47

Informal 4 746 5.17 -0.47

Total/turnout 91 863 94.60 -0.16

Enrolled 97 107

Pearce (WA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

NIELSEN-HARVEY, S GRN 9 901 11.23 -2.01

McALLISTER, C NP 4 326 4.91 +2.37

GAY, N CEC 439 0.50 -0.08

RICHARDS, E KAP 727 0.82 +0.82

WEST, M ALP 22 827 25.88 -3.64

CORICA, M DEM 572 0.65 +0.65

CANAS, D AUC 1 746 1.98 +1.98

DAVIES, D RUA 791 0.90 +0.90

PORTER, C # LP 40 275 45.67 -4.24

HOUGH, F PUP 6 587 7.47 +7.47

Final count

WEST, M ALP 36 985 41.94 +0.80

PORTER, C # LP 51 206 58.06 -0.80

Formal 88 191 94.10 -0.19

Informal 5 528 5.90 +0.19

Total/turnout 93 719 92.50 -0.62

Enrolled 101 317

Perth (WA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

CONNELLY, P AUC 1 891 2.28 +2.28

CLARK, A IND 1 025 1.24 +1.24

MacTIERNAN, A # ALP 34 215 41.25 +1.06

HALLETT, J GRN 8 801 10.61 -5.54

EDNEY, E RUA 422 0.51 +0.51

CROLL, L FFP 669 0.81 -0.74

HARFOUCHE, G PUP 2 897 3.49 +3.49

MOORE, D LP 33 021 39.81 +1.07

Final count

MacTIERNAN, A # ALP 45 079 54.35 -1.53

MOORE, D LP 37 862 45.65 +1.53

Formal 82 941 94.72 -0.08

Informal 4 625 5.28 +0.08

Total/turnout 87 566 91.94 -0.10

Enrolled 95 247

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Petrie (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

JENNINGS, E RUA 920 1.11 +1.11

PROHASKA, T PUP 8 422 10.20 +10.20

MARSHALL, J GRN 3 729 4.52 -4.58

THOMSON, C KAP 1 336 1.62 +1.62

SPENCE, T FFP 1 774 2.15 -2.86

HOWARTH, L LNP 33 570 40.65 +0.59

CORNELL, G CEC 192 0.23 +0.23

D'ATH, Y * ALP 32 630 39.52 -3.27

Final count

HOWARTH, L LNP 41 722 50.53 +3.04

D'ATH, Y * ALP 40 851 49.47 -3.04

Formal 82 573 94.80 +0.08

Informal 4 530 5.20 -0.08

Total/turnout 87 103 93.69 +0.65

Enrolled 92 973

Port Adelaide (SA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

HAMBOUR, B FFP 6 843 7.52 +0.29

HUYNH, N PUP 5 227 5.74 +5.74

COOKSLEY, T AFN 1 116 1.23 +1.23

MCKENNA, N LP 23 955 26.32 +3.32

POPOVIC, D GRN 7 834 8.61 -6.51

BUTLER, M * ALP 46 024 50.58 -3.98

Final count

MCKENNA, N LP 32 738 35.98 +6.89

BUTLER, M * ALP 58 261 64.02 -6.89

Formal 90 999 93.80 +1.14

Informal 6 020 6.20 -1.14

Total/turnout 97 019 92.17 -1.16

Enrolled 105 256

Rankin (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

COTTER, N GRN 4 405 5.29 -5.91

CLAYDON, C KAP 1 697 2.04 +2.04

ROGAN, W PUP 9 228 11.09 +11.09

CHALMERS, J # ALP 35 098 42.18 -2.97

LIN, D LNP 30 260 36.37 -0.73

LAWRIE, C FFP 2 514 3.02 -3.52

Final count

CHALMERS, J # ALP 45 580 54.78 -0.63

LIN, D LNP 37 622 45.22 +0.63

Formal 83 202 93.44 +0.93

Informal 5 840 6.56 -0.93

Total/turnout 89 042 92.26 +0.92

Enrolled 96 516

Reid (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

MURPHY, J * ALP 34 817 40.57 -0.94

PALMER, R AIN 1 215 1.42 +1.42

TYRRELL, P GRN 5 968 6.95 -4.23

IZADEEN, B KAP 297 0.35 +0.35

ASHRAF, M PUP 1 298 1.51 +1.51

DUNN, E DLP 580 0.68 +0.68

LAUNDY, C LP 40 430 47.11 +4.00

SHAILER, B CDP 1 219 1.42 -1.65

Final count

MURPHY, J * ALP 42 182 49.15 -3.53

LAUNDY, C LP 43 642 50.85 +3.53

Formal 85 824 90.51 -0.69

Informal 9 003 9.49 +0.69

Total/turnout 94 827 91.39 +0.33

Enrolled 103 761

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Richmond (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

ORDISH, J CDP 1 224 1.44 +1.44

SKINNER, K IND 1 971 2.31 +2.31

FRASER, M NP 32 066 37.60 +16.39

ELLIOT, J * ALP 28 575 33.51 -5.68

WALKER, D GRN 15 083 17.69 +1.54

ALLEN, C PUP 6 359 7.46 +7.46

Final count

FRASER, M NP 40 099 47.02 +4.01

ELLIOT, J * ALP 45 179 52.98 -4.01

Formal 85 278 95.09 +0.64

Informal 4 403 4.91 -0.64

Total/turnout 89 681 92.06 -0.58

Enrolled 97 421

Riverina (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

LAMONT, A BTA 2 405 2.73 +2.73

SHARP, L AFN 1 287 1.46 +1.46

FUNNELL, P DLP 3 137 3.57 +3.57

McCORMACK, M * NP 52 062 59.18 +14.41

PECH, K CDP 1 314 1.49 +0.13

DUNN, N KAP 1 044 1.19 +1.19

KURYLOWICZ, T ALP 17 970 20.43 -1.80

PRANGNELL, R GRN 3 169 3.60 -0.90

STEWART, L PUP 4 545 5.17 +5.17

HEATH, K RUA 1 040 1.18 +1.18

Final count

McCORMACK, M * NP 62 612 71.17 +3.00

KURYLOWICZ, T ALP 25 361 28.83 -3.00

Formal 87 973 93.03 -1.21

Informal 6 592 6.97 +1.21

Total/turnout 94 565 94.46 -0.25

Enrolled 100 115

Robertson (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

CASSAR, J IND 2 480 2.78 +1.52

SHEERAN, P DLP 474 0.53 +0.53

WICKS, L LP 38 704 43.42 -0.11

WHITAKER, S PUP 2 082 2.34 +2.34

BEECHAM, H CDP 1 115 1.25 -0.56

McKINNA, L IND 7 763 8.71 +8.71

DA COSTA, K GRN 4 966 5.57 -3.42

McFARLAND, D AIN 510 0.57 +0.57

O'NEILL, D * ALP 31 046 34.83 -4.93

Final count

WICKS, L LP 47 242 53.00 +4.00

O'NEILL, D * ALP 41 898 47.00 -4.00

Formal 89 140 94.09 +0.45

Informal 5 604 5.91 -0.45

Total/turnout 94 744 93.98 -0.38

Enrolled 100 815

Ryan (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

HAMWOOD, D ALP 23 385 25.51 +0.49

WORRINGHAM, C GRN 13 235 14.44 -4.52

PRENTICE, J * LNP 47 366 51.68 +5.95

GUNNIS, C PUP 4 558 4.97 +4.97

WALKER, P KAP 1 140 1.24 +1.24

SWEEDMAN, M SPA 761 0.83 +0.83

DEMEDIO, L FFP 1 213 1.32 -0.48

Final count

HAMWOOD, D ALP 38 001 41.46 -1.38

PRENTICE, J * LNP 53 657 58.54 +1.38

Formal 91 658 96.75 -0.38

Informal 3 078 3.25 +0.38

Total/turnout 94 736 94.12 +0.81

Enrolled 100 652

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Scullin (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

COOPER, P PUP 5 991 6.62 +6.62

GILES, A # ALP 45 484 50.26 -9.55

CONLON, K FFP 2 394 2.65 -2.43

ROLPH, N ASXP 2 453 2.71 +2.71

CHUGHA, J LP 26 369 29.14 +3.47

GRECO, D KAP 1 025 1.13 +1.13

LJUBICIC, R GRN 6 780 7.49 -1.70

Final count

GILES, A # ALP 58 232 64.35 -6.18

CHUGHA, J LP 32 264 35.65 +6.18

Formal 90 496 93.57 -0.71

Informal 6 214 6.43 +0.71

Total/turnout 96 710 93.27 -0.91

Enrolled 103 691

Shortland (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

HALL, J * ALP 41 892 48.69 -5.05

WEATHERSTONE, A CDP 1 081 1.26 +1.26

CHURCH, J LP 32 532 37.81 +4.65

OAKLEY, J GRN 5 198 6.04 -4.29

BALDWIN, P PUP 5 341 6.21 +6.21

Final count

HALL, J * ALP 49 230 57.21 -5.64

CHURCH, J LP 36 814 42.79 +5.64

Formal 86 044 93.99 +0.33

Informal 5 498 6.01 -0.33

Total/turnout 91 542 94.42 -0.44

Enrolled 96 947

Solomon (NT)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

METCALF, K ASXP 1 847 3.46 +3.46

CAMPBELL, T CEC 217 0.41 -0.90

WILLIAMS, T GRN 4 269 7.99 -5.30

BURGESS, M VEP 597 1.12 +1.12

GOSLING, L ALP 18 929 35.43 -0.65

SELLICK, P RUA 527 0.99 +0.99

SPAIN, S PUP 2 691 5.04 +5.04

GRIGGS, N * CLP 23 875 44.69 -1.68

CUMMINGS, E FNPP 470 0.88 +0.88

Final count

GOSLING, L ALP 25 961 48.60 +0.35

GRIGGS, N * CLP 27 461 51.40 -0.35

Formal 53 422 94.70 -0.24

Informal 2 991 5.30 +0.24

Total/turnout 56 413 89.31 -0.31

Enrolled 63 163

Stirling (WA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

CLIFFORD, T GRN 9 359 11.27 -1.63

HOST, K AUC 1 704 2.05 +2.05

LUKE, M FFP 686 0.83 -0.21

THOMPSON, W PUP 3 342 4.02 +4.02

MUBARAK, K IND 901 1.08 +1.08

KEENAN, M * LP 43 039 51.82 +1.91

ROWE, A RUA 498 0.60 +0.60

CADDY, D ALP 23 531 28.33 -3.54

Final count

KEENAN, M * LP 50 083 60.30 +4.75

CADDY, D ALP 32 977 39.70 -4.75

Formal 83 060 94.34 -0.64

Informal 4 986 5.66 +0.64

Total/turnout 88 046 91.45 -1.02

Enrolled 96 277

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Sturt (SA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

PYNE, C * LP 49 429 54.40 +6.22

BARNES, K FFP 3 565 3.92 +0.16

SARRE, R ALP 26 258 28.90 -7.11

SCALI, G PUP 2 713 2.99 +2.99

WALKER, A GRN 8 902 9.80 -0.28

Final count

PYNE, C * LP 54 591 60.08 +6.48

SARRE, R ALP 36 276 39.92 -6.48

Formal 90 867 95.48 +0.79

Informal 4 303 4.52 -0.79

Total/turnout 95 170 93.45 -0.99

Enrolled 101 845

Swan (WA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

ELLIS, T APP 718 0.88 +0.88

IRONS, S * LP 39 972 48.86 +2.35

KLOMP, S AUC 1 465 1.79 +1.79

DAVIES, P RUA 488 0.60 +0.60

DUNCAN, K PUP 3 463 4.23 +4.23

BISSETT, J ALP 25 037 30.60 -4.68

RAPP, M FFP 797 0.97 -0.26

AVERY, N KAP 421 0.51 +0.51

SIERO, G GRN 9 446 11.55 -0.26

Final count

IRONS, S * LP 46 246 56.53 +4.00

BISSETT, J ALP 35 561 43.47 -4.00

Formal 81 807 94.37 -0.73

Informal 4 879 5.63 +0.73

Total/turnout 86 686 91.02 -0.95

Enrolled 95 234

Sydney (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

WARD, J IND 1 408 1.60 +0.06

O'CONNOR, S LP 26 901 30.52 +2.42

BOYLE, P SAL 613 0.70 +0.70

MASON, L CDP 723 0.82 +0.82

RZETELSKI, J IND 602 0.68 +0.68

KELLY, T PUP 1 261 1.43 +1.43

GARTNER, L BTA 791 0.90 +0.90

HILES, D GRN 15 273 17.33 -6.42

PLIBERSEK, T * ALP 40 579 46.03 +2.74

Final count

O'CONNOR, S LP 31 157 35.35 +2.42

PLIBERSEK, T * ALP 56 994 64.65 -2.42

Formal 88 151 93.80 -0.70

Informal 5 830 6.20 +0.70

Total/turnout 93 981 88.33 +0.18

Enrolled 106 401

Tangney (WA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

CARSON, S RUA 922 1.08 +1.08

JENSEN, D * LP 48 752 57.17 +1.48

DRIVER, W PUP 3 738 4.38 +4.38

WILLIS, L ALP 20 744 24.33 -1.47

WIESKE, J AUC 2 236 2.62 +2.62

BEST, P GRN 8 882 10.42 -3.07

Final count

JENSEN, D * LP 55 144 64.67 +2.35

WILLIS, L ALP 30 130 35.33 -2.35

Formal 85 274 95.83 -0.69

Informal 3 707 4.17 +0.69

Total/turnout 88 981 93.85 -0.37

Enrolled 94 809

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Throsby (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

KING, M PUP 3 885 4.60 +4.60

MORAN, P GRN 4 613 5.47 -6.46

MALLINSON, L LP 23 498 27.84 -2.47

KADWELL, J CDP 1 938 2.30 +2.30

JONES, S * ALP 37 980 45.00 -5.53

BOULTON, B DLP 407 0.48 +0.48

TURNER, G KAP 473 0.56 +0.56

HARTMAN, W NCP 435 0.52 -1.39

MATTERS, P IND 1 948 2.31 +2.31

ANDERSON, G NP 8 539 10.12 +4.80

VENESS, E BTA 677 0.80 +0.80

Final count

MALLINSON, L LP 35 640 42.23 +4.34

JONES, S * ALP 48 753 57.77 -4.34

Formal 84 393 91.17 -1.93

Informal 8 174 8.83 +1.93

Total/turnout 92 567 94.07 +0.44

Enrolled 98 401

Wakefield (SA)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

ZORICH, T LP 34 425 37.89 +5.12

CLAY, S GRN 4 683 5.15 -6.18

ALDRIDGE, M IND 3 729 4.10 +4.10

MUSOLINO, T KAP 964 1.06 +1.06

MUSOLINO, D PUP 3 890 4.28 +4.28

CHAMPION, N * ALP 37 723 41.52 -6.35

COOMBE, P FFP 5 436 5.98 -0.70

Final count

ZORICH, T LP 42 340 46.60 +7.13

CHAMPION, N * ALP 48 510 53.40 -7.13

Formal 90 850 94.31 +0.38

Informal 5 479 5.69 -0.38

Total/turnout 96 329 93.11 -0.33

Enrolled 103 455

Wannon (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

CORBETT, T AUC 1 167 1.32 +1.32

BARLING, M ALP 26 044 29.53 -1.79

EMANUELLE, T GRN 5 668 6.43 +0.20

JOHNSON, C ASXP 2 455 2.78 +2.78

HABERFIELD, C FFP 1 957 2.22 -0.10

TEHAN, D * LP 47 392 53.73 +8.29

FERGUSON, B PUP 3 519 3.99 +3.99

Final count

BARLING, M ALP 35 218 39.93 -4.41

TEHAN, D * LP 52 984 60.07 +4.41

Formal 88 202 96.01 +1.18

Informal 3 665 3.99 -1.18

Total/turnout 91 867 95.61 +0.27

Enrolled 96 084

Warringah (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

ZANETTI, J ALP 17 259 19.32 -2.32

STEWART, B PUP 1 961 2.20 +2.20

BLOOMFIELD, M RUA 472 0.53 +0.53

KITCHING, W GRN 13 873 15.53 -0.81

FALANGA, U CDP 630 0.71 +0.71

ABBOTT, T * LP 54 388 60.89 +1.97

COTTEE, M SPP 744 0.83 +0.83

Final count

ZANETTI, J ALP 30 953 34.65 -2.26

ABBOTT, T * LP 58 374 65.35 +2.26

Formal 89 327 94.62 -0.74

Informal 5 078 5.38 +0.74

Total/turnout 94 405 91.95 -0.19

Enrolled 102 672

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Watson (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

DELEZIO, R LP 30 617 38.74 +1.57

BLOCH, B GRN 4 171 5.28 -4.34

RAWSON, S DLP 897 1.14 +1.14

NASSER, Z PUP 1 970 2.49 +2.49

BURKE, T * ALP 39 126 49.51 -0.92

KAMLADE, P RUA 376 0.48 +0.48

FRASER, D CDP 1 873 2.37 +2.37

Final count

DELEZIO, R LP 34 135 43.19 +2.33

BURKE, T * ALP 44 895 56.81 -2.33

Formal 79 030 86.05 -1.15

Informal 12 814 13.95 +1.15

Total/turnout 91 844 90.68 +0.64

Enrolled 101 285

Wentworth (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

SMITH, D ALP 17 840 19.37 -1.70

FOXMAN, M PUP 998 1.08 +1.08

TURNBULL, M * LP 58 306 63.32 +3.75

THOMAS, B CDP 431 0.47 +0.47

SHEIL, P IND 1 054 1.14 +0.55

ROBERTSON, M GRN 13 455 14.61 -2.83

Final count

SMITH, D ALP 29 725 32.28 -2.86

TURNBULL, M * LP 62 359 67.72 +2.86

Formal 92 084 94.30 -1.20

Informal 5 564 5.70 +1.20

Total/turnout 97 648 89.30 -0.17

Enrolled 109 347

Werriwa (NSW)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

RAMSAY, J CDP 2 936 3.79 +3.79

BYRNE, M DLP 1 562 2.02 +2.02

JOHNS, K LP 30 693 39.67 +0.94

HARRIS, M ON 1 519 1.96 +1.96

FERGUSON, L * ALP 34 117 44.09 -4.48

GRIFFITHS, D GRN 2 532 3.27 -9.43

THIRUP, K PUP 3 363 4.35 +4.35

BALL, K KAP 657 0.85 +0.85

Final count

JOHNS, K LP 36 953 47.76 +4.51

FERGUSON, L * ALP 40 426 52.24 -4.51

Formal 77 379 87.13 -2.52

Informal 11 433 12.87 +2.52

Total/turnout 88 812 92.49 +0.14

Enrolled 96 020

Wide Bay (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

TRUSS, W * LNP 41 767 48.87 -9.99

DALE, G KAP 5 022 5.88 +5.88

RINGROSE, J GRN 5 596 6.55 -4.45

ANDERSON, S PUP 13 574 15.88 +15.88

CHAPMAN, J FFP 1 286 1.50 -2.24

DICKINS, G RUA 517 0.60 +0.60

STANTON, L ALP 17 697 20.71 -3.39

Final count

TRUSS, W * LNP 53 975 63.16 -2.45

STANTON, L ALP 31 484 36.84 +2.45

Formal 85 459 95.32 +0.57

Informal 4 199 4.68 -0.57

Total/turnout 89 658 94.21 +1.31

Enrolled 95 172

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Wills (Vic)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

O'CALLAGHAN, D IND 2 040 2.25 +2.25

READ, T GRN 20 157 22.23 +0.12

TRAJSTMAN, A ASXP 2 363 2.61 +2.51

WINDISCH, M SAL 1 024 1.13 +0.30

GIGLIA, C FFP 1 285 1.42 -0.15

MURRAY-DUFOULON, A PUP 2 158 2.38 +2.38 HEGDE, S LP 20 710 22.84 +0.04

THOMSON, K * ALP 40 931 45.14 -6.07

Final count

READ, T GRN 31 550 34.80

THOMSON, K * ALP 59 118 65.20

Formal 90 668 94.47 +0.45

Informal 5 304 5.53 -0.45

Total/turnout 95 972 90.93 -0.20

Enrolled 105 547

Wright (Qld)

Candidate Party Votes % Swing

First count

LYNCH, S FFP 2 087 2.58 -1.30

MAUNDER, T RUA 565 0.70 +0.70

SUMMERS, J GRN 4 358 5.40 -6.55

NEUENDORF, D KAP 4 332 5.37 +5.37

ISON, A PUP 11 691 14.48 +14.48

WRIGHT, M IND 1 810 2.24 +2.24

MURAKAMI, S ALP 17 267 21.39 -6.39

BUCHHOLZ, S * LNP 38 630 47.84 -5.25

Final count

MURAKAMI, S ALP 30 810 38.16 -1.69

BUCHHOLZ, S * LNP 49 930 61.84 +1.69

Formal 80 740 94.97 +0.60

Informal 4 276 5.03 -0.60

Total/turnout 85 016 94.07 +0.39

Enrolled 90 371

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Table 8: House of Representatives: Two-party preferred vote: State summary

Number Per cent Swing

ALP LP/NP ALP LP/NP Per cent

New South Wales 1 896 175 2 257 654

45.65 54.35

3.19 to LP/NP

Victoria 1 653 977 1 640 682

50.20 49.80

5.11 to LP/NP

Queensland 1 085 449 1 437 803

43.02 56.98

1.84 to LP/NP

Western Australia 528 394 738 110

41.72 58.28

1.87 to LP/NP

South Australia 478 952 526 493

47.64 52.36

5.54 to LP/NP

Tasmania 169 208 161 086

51.23 48.77

9.39 to LP/NP

Australian Capital Territory 144 688 96 815

59.91 40.09

1.76 to LP/NP

Northern Territory 49 374 50 067

49.65 50.35

1.09 to LP/NP

Australia 6 006 217 6 908 710 46.51 53.49 3.61 to LP/NP

Table 9: House of Representatives: Two-party preferred vote: Regional summary

Number Per cent Swing

ALP LP/NP ALP LP/NP Per cent

Inner Metropolitan 1 942 039 1 893 210

50.64 49.36

3.55 to LP/NP

Outer Metropolitan 1 773 429 1 908 861

48.16 51.84

3.70 to LP/NP

Total Metropolitan 3 715 468 3 802 071

49.42 50.58

3.63 to LP/NP

Provincial 882 480 919 146

48.98 51.02

3.94 to LP/NP

Rural 1 408 269 2 187 493

39.16 60.84

3.49 to LP/NP

Total Non-Metropolitan 2 290 749 3 106 639

42.44 57.56

3.62 to LP/NP

Total 6 006 217 6 908 710 46.51 53.49 3.61 to LP/NP

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Table 10: House of Representatives: Two-party preferred vote: Party status summary

Number Per cent Swing

ALP LP/NP ALP LP/NP Per cent

Safe ALP 1 520 918 1 031 819 59.58 40.42 +5.60 to LP/NP

Fairly Safe ALP 777 702 656 089 54.24 45.76 +4.52 to LP/NP

Marginal ALP 1 127 131 1 075 569 51.17 48.83 +2.94 to LP/NP

Total ALP 3 425 751 2 763 477 55.35 44.65 +4.41 to LP/NP

Safe LP 459 670 937 806 32.89 67.11 +2.51 to LP/NP

Fairly Safe LP 417 925 647 977 39.21 60.79 +3.19 to LP/NP

Marginal LP 616 224 847 107 42.11 57.89 +5.06 to LP/NP

Total LP 1 493 819 2 432 890 38.04 61.96 +3.61 to LP/NP

Safe LNP 272 001 486 549 35.86 64.14 +0.42 to ALP

Fairly Safe LNP 70 424 105 841 39.95 60.05 +2.98 to LP/NP

Marginal LNP 368 320 471 772 43.84 56.16 +3.20 to LP/NP

Total LNP 710 745 1 064 162 40.04 59.96 +1.60 to LP/NP

Safe NP 134 311 309 873 30.24 69.76 +3.30 to LP/NP

Fairly Safe NP 33 075 53 303 38.29 61.71 +2.44 to LP/NP

Marginal NP 27 024 55 486 32.75 67.25 +5.75 to ALP

Total NP 194 410 418 662 31.71 68.29 +1.96 to LP/NP

Total GRN 58 555 25 996 69.25 30.75 +3.52 to LP/NP

Total IND 122 937 203 523 37.66 62.34 +4.47 to LP/NP

Total 6 006 217 6 908 710 46.51 53.49 3.61 to LP/NP

Note: Marginal LP and Total LP include Country Liberals (NT).

Table 11: House of Representatives: Two-party preferred vote: Socio-economic status summary

Number Per cent Swing

ALP LP/NP ALP LP/NP Per cent

Low 1 416 701 1 760 918 44.58 55.42 +3.42 to LP/NP

Lower Middle 1 563 100 1 594 041 49.51 50.49 +4.14 to LP/NP

Upper Middle 1 569 696 1 697 723 48.04 51.96 +3.88 to LP/NP

High 1 456 720 1 856 028 43.97 56.03 +3.13 to LP/NP

Total 6 006 217 6 908 710 46.51 53.49 +3.61 to LP/NP

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Table 12: House of Representatives: Two-party preferred vote: Electoral division summary

Number Per cent Swing

Division ALP LP/NP ALP LP/NP Per cent

New South Wales

Banks 40 885 43 990

48.17 51.83

3.28 to LP/NP

Barton 39 756 40 245

49.69 50.31

7.17 to LP/NP

Bennelong 37 383 51 139

42.23 57.77

4.65 to LP/NP

Berowra 26 800 59 847

30.93 69.07

2.87 to LP/NP

Blaxland 48 025 30 152

61.43 38.57

0.80 to LP/NP

Bradfield 25 913 62 771

29.22 70.78

2.60 to LP/NP

Calare 31 075 60 248

34.03 65.97

5.23 to LP/NP

Charlton 51 173 35 227

59.23 40.77

3.44 to LP/NP

Chifley 49 831 32 470

60.55 39.45

1.79 to LP/NP

Cook 31 055 61 244

33.65 66.35

3.69 to LP/NP

Cowper 33 075 53 303

38.29 61.71

2.44 to LP/NP

Cunningham 54 595 36 582

59.88 40.12

3.29 to LP/NP

Dobell 42 487 43 653

49.32 50.68

5.75 to LP/NP

Eden-Monaro 44 114 45 199

49.39 50.61

4.85 to LP/NP

Farrer 27 035 55 961

32.57 67.43

2.92 to LP/NP

Fowler 52 526 26 102

66.80 33.20

8.04 to ALP

Gilmore 42 951 47 758

47.35 52.65

2.67 to ALP

Grayndler 62 613 26 396

70.34 29.66

0.29 to LP/NP

Greenway 45 639 40 502

52.98 47.02

2.10 to ALP

Hughes 34 840 53 735

39.33 60.67

5.50 to LP/NP

Hume 35 056 55 938

38.53 61.47

2.75 to LP/NP

Hunter 46 125 39 816

53.67 46.33

8.81 to LP/NP

Kingsford Smith 45 411 40 692

52.74 47.26

2.42 to LP/NP

Lindsay 41 212 46 446

47.01 52.99

4.11 to LP/NP

Lyne 30 388 55 857

35.23 64.77

2.32 to LP/NP

Macarthur 32 848 52 161

38.64 61.36

8.34 to LP/NP

Mackellar 28 210 62 322

31.16 68.84

3.12 to LP/NP

Macquarie 40 937 48 987

45.52 54.48

3.22 to LP/NP

McMahon 45 561 36 798

55.32 44.68

2.49 to LP/NP

Mitchell 24 183 62 425

27.92 72.08

4.92 to LP/NP

New England 26 738 64 551

29.29 70.71

3.91 to LP/NP

Newcastle 50 298 35 197

58.83 41.17

3.66 to LP/NP

North Sydney 30 174 58 274

34.11 65.89

1.83 to LP/NP

Page 40 801 45 134

47.48 52.52

6.71 to LP/NP

Parkes 25 064 65 575

27.65 72.35

3.49 to LP/NP

Parramatta 40 765 39 850

50.57 49.43

3.80 to LP/NP

Paterson 35 037 52 080

40.22 59.78

4.45 to LP/NP

Reid 42 182 43 642

49.15 50.85

3.53 to LP/NP

Richmond 45 179 40 099

52.98 47.02

4.01 to LP/NP

Riverina 25 361 62 612

28.83 71.17

3.00 to LP/NP

Robertson 41 898 47 242

47.00 53.00

4.00 to LP/NP

Shortland 49 230 36 814

57.21 42.79

5.64 to LP/NP

Sydney 56 994 31 157

64.65 35.35

2.42 to LP/NP

Throsby 48 753 35 640

57.77 42.23

4.34 to LP/NP

Warringah 30 953 58 374

34.65 65.35

2.26 to LP/NP

Watson 44 895 34 135

56.81 43.19

2.33 to LP/NP

Wentworth 29 725 62 359

32.28 67.72

2.86 to LP/NP

Werriwa 40 426 36 953

52.24 47.76

4.51 to LP/NP

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Table 12: House of Representatives: Two-party preferred vote: Electoral division summary continued

Number Per cent Swing

Division ALP LP/NP ALP LP/NP Per cent

Victoria

Aston 35 669 49 672

41.80 58.20

7.53 to LP/NP

Ballarat 51 411 42 252

54.89 45.11

6.81 to LP/NP

Batman 63 257 25 857

70.98 29.02

3.82 to LP/NP

Bendigo 47 426 45 093

51.26 48.74

8.16 to LP/NP

Bruce 42 812 39 833

51.80 48.20

5.91 to LP/NP

Calwell 54 906 31 066

63.86 36.14

6.20 to LP/NP

Casey 37 914 50 615

42.83 57.17

5.31 to LP/NP

Chisholm 44 431 41 678

51.60 48.40

4.18 to LP/NP

Corangamite 42 744 50 057

46.06 53.94

4.22 to LP/NP

Corio 52 117 38 136

57.75 42.25

5.72 to LP/NP

Deakin 41 314 46 926

46.82 53.18

3.78 to LP/NP

Dunkley 39 073 48 861

44.43 55.57

4.53 to LP/NP

Flinders 35 873 58 048

38.19 61.81

2.67 to LP/NP

Gellibrand 58 139 29 249

66.53 33.47

7.60 to LP/NP

Gippsland 30 201 58 214

34.16 65.84

4.39 to LP/NP

Goldstein 35 303 55 288

38.97 61.03

5.02 to LP/NP

Gorton 57 933 29 681

66.12 33.88

7.51 to LP/NP

Higgins 34 984 52 323

40.07 59.93

4.53 to LP/NP

Holt 52 836 36 587

59.09 40.91

4.88 to LP/NP

Hotham 49 232 36 727

57.27 42.73

6.69 to LP/NP

Indi 36 418 52 625

40.90 59.10

0.11 to LP/NP

Isaacs 46 704 40 004

53.86 46.14

6.55 to LP/NP

Jagajaga 48 669 42 936

53.13 46.87

8.02 to LP/NP

Kooyong 34 122 53 504

38.94 61.06

3.61 to LP/NP

La Trobe 40 868 47 998

45.99 54.01

5.67 to LP/NP

Lalor 58 041 35 340

62.16 37.84

9.96 to LP/NP

Mallee 22 610 63 224

26.34 73.66

0.40 to LP/NP

Maribyrnong 55 320 34 797

61.39 38.61

6.10 to LP/NP

McEwen 50 787 50 474

50.15 49.85

9.04 to LP/NP

McMillan 35 857 58 095

38.17 61.83

7.62 to LP/NP

Melbourne 58 555 25 996

69.25 30.75

3.52 to LP/NP

Melbourne Ports 43 419 37 654

53.56 46.44

4.33 to LP/NP

Menzies 31 571 57 235

35.55 64.45

5.80 to LP/NP

Murray 25 850 62 882

29.13 70.87

1.29 to LP/NP

Scullin 58 232 32 264

64.35 35.65

6.18 to LP/NP

Wannon 35 218 52 984

39.93 60.07

4.41 to LP/NP

Wills 64 161 26 507

70.76 29.24

2.77 to LP/NP

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Table 12: House of Representatives: Two-party preferred vote: Electoral division summary continued

Number Per cent Swing

Division ALP LP/NP ALP LP/NP Per cent

Queensland

Blair 43 642 35 337

55.26 44.74

1.02 to ALP

Bonner 39 766 46 110

46.31 53.69

0.87 to LP/NP

Bowman 35 755 51 155

41.14 58.86

1.53 to ALP

Brisbane 39 712 47 145

45.72 54.28

3.15 to LP/NP

Capricornia 41 804 43 109

49.23 50.77

4.45 to LP/NP

Dawson 37 172 50 451

42.42 57.58

5.15 to LP/NP

Dickson 37 101 48 631

43.28 56.72

1.59 to LP/NP

Fadden 28 563 51 572

35.64 64.36

0.17 to LP/NP

Fairfax 32 423 52 184

38.32 61.68

4.73 to LP/NP

Fisher 31 333 46 522

40.25 59.75

5.62 to LP/NP

Flynn 37 178 48 352

43.47 56.53

2.95 to LP/NP

Forde 34 604 41 256

45.62 54.38

2.75 to LP/NP

Griffith 45 805 40 604

53.01 46.99

5.45 to LP/NP

Groom 29 510 58 493

33.53 66.47

2.06 to ALP

Herbert 37 364 47 889

43.83 56.17

4.00 to LP/NP

Hinkler 34 786 50 142

40.96 59.04

1.35 to ALP

Kennedy 27 625 56 476

32.85 67.15

5.21 to LP/NP

Leichhardt 37 991 47 725

44.32 55.68

1.13 to LP/NP

Lilley 46 237 43 864 51.32 48.68 1.86 to LP/NP

Longman 36 099 47 691 43.08 56.92 5.00 to LP/NP

Maranoa 24 921 64 987 27.72 72.28 0.61 to ALP

McPherson 30 683 52 244 37.00 63.00 2.72 to LP/NP

Moncrieff 25 489 54 051 32.05 67.95 0.46 to LP/NP

Moreton 42 503 39 946 51.55 48.45 0.42 to ALP

Oxley 40 657 34 961 53.77 46.23 2.00 to LP/NP

Petrie 40 851 41 722 49.47 50.53 3.04 to LP/NP

Rankin 45 580 37 622 54.78 45.22 0.63 to LP/NP

Ryan 38 001 53 657 41.46 58.54 1.38 to LP/NP

Wide Bay 31 484 53 975 36.84 63.16 2.45 to ALP

Wright 30 810 49 930 38.16 61.84 1.69 to LP/NP

Western Australia

Brand 45 940 40 936 52.88 47.12 0.45 to LP/NP

Canning 33 793 54 700 38.19 61.81 9.62 to LP/NP

Cowan 35 901 48 487 42.54 57.46 1.17 to LP/NP

Curtin 27 629 57 171

32.58 67.42

1.23 to LP/NP

Durack 26 005 48 031

35.12 64.88

1.21 to LP/NP

Forrest 32 225 53 198

37.72 62.28

3.54 to LP/NP

Fremantle 47 705 39 403

54.77 45.23

0.93 to LP/NP

Hasluck 38 706 47 057

45.13 54.87

4.30 to LP/NP

Moore 32 734 53 100

38.14 61.86

0.67 to LP/NP

O'Connor 27 024 55 486

32.75 67.25

5.75 to ALP

Pearce 36 985 51 206

41.94 58.06

0.80 to ALP

Perth 45 079 37 862

54.35 45.65

1.53 to LP/NP

Stirling 32 977 50 083

39.70 60.30

4.75 to LP/NP

Swan 35 561 46 246

43.47 56.53

4.00 to LP/NP

Tangney 30 130 55 144

35.33 64.67

2.35 to LP/NP

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Table 12: House of Representatives: Two-party preferred vote: Electoral division summary continued

Number Per cent Swing

Division ALP LP/NP ALP LP/NP Per cent

South Australia

Adelaide 49338 42118

53.95 46.05

3.57 to LP/NP

Barker 30953 61571

33.45 66.55

3.54 to LP/NP

Boothby 40441 53866

42.88 57.12

6.50 to LP/NP

Grey 32321 56330

36.46 63.54

2.38 to LP/NP

Hindmarsh 45475 49048

48.11 51.89

7.97 to LP/NP

Kingston 52504 35446

59.70 40.30

4.85 to LP/NP

Makin 50604 41304

55.06 44.94

6.94 to LP/NP

Mayo 34269 57141

37.49 62.51

5.22 to LP/NP

Port Adelaide 58261 32738

64.02 35.98

6.89 to LP/NP

Sturt 36276 54591

39.92 60.08

6.48 to LP/NP

Wakefield 48510 42340

53.40 46.60

7.13 to LP/NP

Tasmania

Bass 30034 35310

45.96 54.04

10.78 to LP/NP

Braddon 31288 34668

47.44 52.56

10.04 to LP/NP

Denison 38186 26639

58.91 41.09

6.91 to LP/NP

Franklin 37103 30241

55.09 44.91

5.73 to LP/NP

Lyons 32597 34228

48.78 51.22

13.51 to LP/NP

Australian Capital Territory

Canberra 66074 49894

56.98 43.02

2.17 to LP/NP

Fraser 78614 46921

62.62 37.38

1.58 to LP/NP

Northern Territory

Lingiari 23413 22606

50.88 49.12

2.82 to LP/NP

Solomon 25961 27461

48.60 51.40

0.35 to ALP

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Table 13: House of Representatives: Electoral pendulum Per cent Division Margin Division Margin Division Margin Division Margin

ALP held

ALP held

LP/NP held

LP/NP held

Batman (Vic) (a) 20.98 Lilley (Qld) 1.32 Mallee (Vic) (a) 23.66 Bowman (Qld) 8.86

Wills (Vic) (a) 20.76 Bendigo (Vic) 1.26 Parkes (NSW) 22.35 Ryan (Qld) 8.54

Grayndler (NSW) 20.34 Lingiari (NT) 0.88 Maranoa (Qld) 22.28 Aston (Vic) 8.20

Fowler (NSW) 16.80 Parramatta (NSW) 0.57 Mitchell (NSW) 22.08 Pearce (WA) 8.06

Gellibrand (Vic) 16.53 McEwen (Vic) 0.15 Riverina (NSW) 21.17 Bennelong (NSW) 7.77

Gorton (Vic) 16.12 Murray (Vic) 20.87 Dawson (Qld) 7.58

Sydney (NSW) 14.65 Bradfield (NSW) 20.78 Cowan (WA) 7.46

Scullin (Vic) 14.35 New England (NSW) (a) 20.71 Casey (Vic) 7.17

Port Adelaide (SA) 14.02 Berowra (NSW) 19.07 Boothby (SA) 7.12

Calwell (Vic) 13.86 Mackellar (NSW) 18.84 Longman (Qld) 6.92

Fraser (ACT) 12.62 Moncrieff (Qld) 17.95 Dickson (Qld) 6.72

Lalor (Vic) 12.16 Wentworth (NSW) 17.72 Flynn (Qld) 6.53

Blaxland (NSW) 11.43 Farrer (NSW) 17.43 Swan (WA) 6.53

Maribyrnong (Vic) 11.39 Curtin (WA) 17.42 Herbert (Qld) 6.17

Chifley (NSW) 10.55 O'Connor (WA) (a) 17.25 Leichhardt (Qld) 5.68

Cunningham (NSW) 9.88 Barker (SA) 16.55 Dunkley (Vic) 5.57

Kingston (SA) 9.70 Groom (Qld) 16.47 Hasluck (WA) 4.87

Charlton (NSW) 9.23 Cook (NSW) 16.35 Macquarie (NSW) 4.48

Holt (Vic) 9.09 Calare (NSW) 15.97 Forde (Qld) 4.38

Newcastle (NSW) 8.83 North Sydney (NSW) 15.89 Brisbane (Qld) 4.28

Throsby (NSW) 7.77 Gippsland (Vic) 15.84 Bass (Tas) 4.04

Corio (Vic) 7.75 Warringah (NSW) 15.35 La Trobe (Vic) 4.01

Hotham (Vic) 7.27 Durack (WA) (a) 14.88 Corangamite (Vic) 3.94

Shortland (NSW) 7.21 Lyne (NSW) 14.77 Bonner (Qld) 3.69

Canberra (ACT) 6.98 Tangney (WA) 14.67 Deakin (Vic) 3.18

Watson (NSW) 6.81 Menzies (Vic) 14.45 Robertson (NSW) 3.00

McMahon (NSW) 5.32 Fadden (Qld) 14.36 Lindsay (NSW) 2.99

Blair (Qld) 5.26 Grey (SA) 13.54 Gilmore (NSW) 2.65

Franklin (Tas) 5.09 Wide Bay (Qld) 13.16 Braddon (Tas) 2.56

Makin (SA) 5.06 McPherson (Qld) 13.00 Page (NSW) 2.52

Ballarat (Vic) 4.89 Mayo (SA) 12.51 Hindmarsh (SA) 1.89

Rankin (Qld) 4.78 Forrest (WA) 12.28 Banks (NSW) 1.83

Fremantle (WA) 4.77 Moore (WA) 11.86 Solomon (NT) 1.40

Perth (WA) 4.35 Wright (Qld) 11.84 Lyons (Tas) 1.22

Adelaide (SA) 3.95 McMillan (Vic) 11.83 Reid (NSW) 0.85

Isaacs (Vic) 3.86 IND held Canning (WA) 11.81 Capricornia (Qld) 0.77

Oxley (Qld) 3.77 Denison (Tas) 15.51 Flinders (Vic) 11.81 Dobell (NSW) 0.68

Hunter (NSW) 3.67 Indi (Vic) 0.25 Cowper (NSW) 11.71 Eden-Monaro (NSW) 0.61

Melbourne Ports (Vic) 3.56 Hume (NSW) 11.47 Petrie (Qld) 0.53

Wakefield (SA) 3.40 GRN held Macarthur (NSW) 11.36 Barton (NSW) 0.31

Jagajaga (Vic) 3.13 Melbourne (Vic) 5.27 Kooyong (Vic) 11.06

Griffith (Qld) 3.01 Goldstein (Vic) 11.03

Greenway (NSW) 2.98 KAP held Hughes (NSW) 10.67

Richmond (NSW) 2.98 Kennedy (Qld) 2.19 Stirling (WA) 10.30

Brand (WA) 2.88 Sturt (SA) 10.08

Kingsford Smith (NSW) 2.74 PUP held Wannon (Vic) 10.07

Werriwa (NSW) 2.24 Fairfax (Qld) 0.03 Higgins (Vic) 9.93

Bruce (Vic) 1.80 Paterson (NSW) 9.78

Chisholm (Vic) 1.60 Fisher (Qld) 9.75

Moreton (Qld) 1.55 Hinkler (Qld) 9.04

Note 1: Pendulum shows two-party preferred swing required for division to change party at the next election, except for Independent, Greens,

Katter's Australian Party and Palmer United Party held divisions. These divisions are shown with the two-candidate preferred swing required.

Note 2: In the "non-classic" contests where neither of the major parties were successful: Indi, Fairfax and Kennedy are notionally LP/NP divisions

with two-party preferred margins of 9.10, 11.68 and 17.15 per cent respectively; Denison and Melbourne are notionally ALP divisions with two-party preferred margins of 8.91 and 19.25 per cent respectively.

(a) Other "non-classic" contests were held (two-candidate preferred margins to the first named party in the brackets) in Wills (15.20 per cent, ALP v

GRN), New England (14.46 per cent, NP v Ind), Batman (10.61 per cent, ALP v GRN), Mallee (6.21 per cent, NP v LP), Durack (3.98 per cent, LP v NP)

and O'Connor (0.95 per cent, LP v NP).

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Table 14: House of Representatives: Electoral divisions ranked by two-party preferred swing to LP/NP Per cent Division Swing Division Swing Division Swing

Lyons (Tas) +13.51 Stirling (WA) +4.75 Flinders (Vic) +2.67

Bass (Tas) +10.78 Fairfax (Qld) +4.73 Bradfield (NSW) +2.60

Braddon (Tas) +10.04 Bennelong (NSW) +4.65 McMahon (NSW) +2.49

Lalor (Vic) +9.96 Dunkley (Vic) +4.53 Cowper (NSW) +2.44

Canning (WA) +9.62 Higgins (Vic) +4.53 Kingsford Smith (NSW) +2.42

McEwen (Vic) +9.04 Werriwa (NSW) +4.51 Sydney (NSW) +2.42

Hunter (NSW) +8.81 Capricornia (Qld) +4.45 Grey (SA) +2.38

Macarthur (NSW) +8.34 Paterson (NSW) +4.45 Tangney (WA) +2.35

Bendigo (Vic) +8.16 Wannon (Vic) +4.41 Watson (NSW) +2.33

Jagajaga (Vic) +8.02 Gippsland (Vic) +4.39 Lyne (NSW) +2.32

Hindmarsh (SA) +7.97 Throsby (NSW) +4.34 Warringah (NSW) +2.26

McMillan (Vic) +7.62 Melbourne Ports (Vic) +4.33 Canberra (ACT) +2.17

Gellibrand (Vic) +7.60 Hasluck (WA) +4.30 Oxley (Qld) +2.00

Aston (Vic) +7.53 Corangamite (Vic) +4.22 Lilley (Qld) +1.86

Gorton (Vic) +7.51 Chisholm (Vic) +4.18 North Sydney (NSW) +1.83

Barton (NSW) +7.17 Lindsay (NSW) +4.11 Chifley (NSW) +1.79

Wakefield (SA) +7.13 Richmond (NSW) +4.01 Wright (Qld) +1.69

Makin (SA) +6.94 Herbert (Qld) +4.00 Dickson (Qld) +1.59

Denison (Tas) +6.91 Robertson (NSW) +4.00 Fraser (ACT) +1.58

Port Adelaide (SA) +6.89 Swan (WA) +4.00 Perth (WA) +1.53

Ballarat (Vic) +6.81 New England (NSW) +3.91 Ryan (Qld) +1.38

Page (NSW) +6.71 Batman (Vic) +3.82 Murray (Vic) +1.29

Hotham (Vic) +6.69 Parramatta (NSW) +3.80 Curtin (WA) +1.23

Isaacs (Vic) +6.55 Deakin (Vic) +3.78 Durack (WA) +1.21

Boothby (SA) +6.50 Cook (NSW) +3.69 Cowan (WA) +1.17

Sturt (SA) +6.48 Newcastle (NSW) +3.66 Leichhardt (Qld) +1.13

Calwell (Vic) +6.20 Kooyong (Vic) +3.61 Fremantle (WA) +0.93

Scullin (Vic) +6.18 Adelaide (SA) +3.57 Bonner (Qld) +0.87

Maribyrnong (Vic) +6.10 Barker (SA) +3.54 Blaxland (NSW) +0.80

Bruce (Vic) +5.91 Forrest (WA) +3.54 Moore (WA) +0.67

Menzies (Vic) +5.80 Reid (NSW) +3.53 Rankin (Qld) +0.63

Dobell (NSW) +5.75 Melbourne (Vic) +3.52 Moncrieff (Qld) +0.46

Franklin (Tas) +5.73 Parkes (NSW) +3.49 Brand (WA) +0.45

Corio (Vic) +5.72 Charlton (NSW) +3.44 Mallee (Vic) +0.40

La Trobe (Vic) +5.67 Cunningham (NSW) +3.29 Grayndler (NSW) +0.29

Shortland (NSW) +5.64 Banks (NSW) +3.28 Fadden (Qld) +0.17

Fisher (Qld) +5.62 Macquarie (NSW) +3.22 Indi (Vic) +0.11

Hughes (NSW) +5.50 Brisbane (Qld) +3.15 Solomon (NT) -0.35

Griffith (Qld) +5.45 Mackellar (NSW) +3.12 Moreton (Qld) -0.42

Casey (Vic) +5.31 Petrie (Qld) +3.04 Maranoa (Qld) -0.61

Calare (NSW) +5.23 Riverina (NSW) +3.00 Pearce (WA) -0.80

Mayo (SA) +5.22 Flynn (Qld) +2.95 Blair (Qld) -1.02

Kennedy (Qld) +5.21 Farrer (NSW) +2.92 Hinkler (Qld) -1.35

Dawson (Qld) +5.15 Berowra (NSW) +2.87 Bowman (Qld) -1.53

Goldstein (Vic) +5.02 Wentworth (NSW) +2.86 Groom (Qld) -2.06

Longman (Qld) +5.00 Lingiari (NT) +2.82 Greenway (NSW) -2.10

Mitchell (NSW) +4.92 Wills (Vic) +2.77 Wide Bay (Qld) -2.45

Holt (Vic) +4.88 Forde (Qld) +2.75 Gilmore (NSW) -2.67

Eden-Monaro (NSW) +4.85 Hume (NSW) +2.75 O'Connor (WA) -5.75

Kingston (SA) +4.85 McPherson (Qld) +2.72 Fowler (NSW) -8.04

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Table 15: Senate: National summary Australia Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Liberal Party/National Party Coalition

Liberal/Nationals 10 5 2 853 905 21.33 -0.09

Liberal National Party of Queensland 6 3 1 084 299 8.10 +0.12

Liberal Party 14 8 928 291 6.94 -1.65

The Nationals 4 .. 41 920 0.31 -0.02

Country Liberals (NT) 2 1 42 781 0.32 +0.01

Total Coalition 36 17 4 951 196 37.00 -1.63

Australian Labor Party 31 12 3 965 284 29.63 -5.50

The Greens 31 4 1 234 592 9.23 -3.88

Palmer United Party 19 3 751 121 5.61 +5.61

Liberal Democratic Party 12 1 502 180 3.75 +1.94

Nick Xenophon Group 2 1 258 376 1.93 +1.93

Australian Sex Party 16 .. 176 321 1.32 -0.72

Family First Party 15 1 149 994 1.12 -0.98

Shooters and Fishers Party 14 .. 126 937 0.95 -0.73

Katter's Australian Party 15 .. 117 193 0.88 +0.88

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) 12 .. 115 276 0.86 -0.20

Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party 12 .. 95 036 0.71 +0.71

Animal Justice Party 12 .. 92 388 0.69 +0.69

The Wikileaks Party 7 .. 86 387 0.65 +0.65

Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group) 5 .. 72 544 0.54 -0.47

One Nation 9 .. 70 851 0.53 -0.03

Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party 10 1 66 807 0.50 +0.50

Australian Fishing and Lifestyle Party 12 .. 58 806 0.44 +0.06

Australian Christians 10 .. 52 304 0.39 +0.39

Pirate Party Australia 10 .. 48 372 0.36 +0.36

Rise Up Australia Party 16 .. 47 704 0.36 +0.36

Australian Independents 14 .. 41 400 0.31 +0.31

Australian Democrats 14 .. 33 558 0.25 -0.38

Voluntary Euthanasia Party 8 .. 30 452 0.23 +0.23

Smokers Rights Party 12 .. 20 013 0.15 +0.15

Outdoor Recreation Party (Stop The Greens) 12 .. 19 551 0.15 +0.15

Bullet Train For Australia 6 .. 19 377 0.14 +0.14

No Carbon Tax Climate Sceptics 12 .. 17 315 0.13 -0.07

Australian Stable Population Party 16 .. 14 382 0.11 +0.11

Secular Party of Australia 10 .. 12 168 0.09 ..

Drug Law Reform Australia 8 .. 10 189 0.08 +0.08

Australia First Party 4 .. 10 157 0.08 ..

Australian Voice Party 9 .. 9 920 0.07 +0.07

Senator Online (Internet Voting Bills/Issues) 9 .. 9 625 0.07 -0.07

Building Australia Party 10 .. 8 937 0.07 -0.07

Socialist Equality Party 8 .. 8 631 0.06 -0.05

Stop CSG Party 6 .. 7 990 0.06 +0.06

Others 80 .. 67 211 0.50 -0.54

Formal 13 380 545 97.07 +0.82

Informal 403 380 2.93 -0.82

Total/turnout 544 40 13 783 925 93.45 -0.38

Enrolled 14 750 392

Note: Includes results for the half-Senate re-election in WA held on 5 April 2014.

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Table 16: Senate: State summary New South Wales Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Liberal/Nationals 6 3 1 496 752 34.20 -4.75

Australian Labor Party 6 2 1 381 047 31.56 -4.98

Liberal Democratic Party 2 1 415 901 9.50 +7.19

The Greens 6 .. 340 941 7.79 -2.90

Palmer United Party 2 .. 148 281 3.39 +3.39

Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group) 5 .. 72 544 1.66 -0.28

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) 2 .. 67 549 1.54 +0.79

Shooters and Fishers Party 2 .. 54 658 1.25 -1.08

One Nation 3 .. 53 293 1.22 +0.66

Australian Sex Party 2 .. 44 830 1.02 -0.75

The Wikileaks Party 2 .. 36 399 0.83 +0.83

Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party 2 .. 30 003 0.69 +0.69

Animal Justice Party 2 .. 21 215 0.48 +0.48

Australian Fishing and Lifestyle Party 2 .. 20 515 0.47 +0.47

Katter's Australian Party 2 .. 19 101 0.44 +0.44

Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party 2 .. 17 126 0.39 +0.39

Family First Party 2 .. 16 786 0.38 -0.56

Voluntary Euthanasia Party 2 .. 14 693 0.34 +0.34

Pirate Party Australia 2 .. 14 584 0.33 +0.33

Australian Independents 2 .. 9 771 0.22 +0.22

Australian Democrats 2 .. 9 482 0.22 -0.46

Bullet Train For Australia 2 .. 9 299 0.21 +0.21

Smokers Rights Party 2 .. 8 389 0.19 +0.19

No Carbon Tax Climate Sceptics 2 .. 7 913 0.18 -0.03

Outdoor Recreation Party (Stop The Greens) 2 .. 7 771 0.18 +0.18

Carers Alliance 2 .. 5 498 0.13 -0.15

Rise Up Australia Party 2 .. 4 320 0.10 +0.10

Future Party 2 .. 4 243 0.10 +0.10

Stop CSG Party 2 .. 4 225 0.10 +0.10

Drug Law Reform Australia 2 .. 4 062 0.09 +0.09

Australia First Party 2 .. 3 626 0.08 +0.08

Australian Stable Population Party 2 .. 3 281 0.07 +0.07

Secular Party of Australia 2 .. 2 905 0.07 -0.03

Socialist Alliance 2 .. 2 728 0.06 -0.50

Australian Voice Party 3 .. 2 587 0.06 +0.06

Senator Online (Internet Voting Bills/Issues) 3 .. 2 502 0.06 -0.01

Australian Protectionist Party 2 .. 2 424 0.06 +0.06

Building Australia Party 2 .. 2 309 0.05 -0.21

Uniting Australia Party 2 .. 2 187 0.05 +0.05

Republican Party of Australia 2 .. 1 932 0.04 +0.04

Socialist Equality Party 2 .. 1 800 0.04 -0.05

Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) 2 .. 1 357 0.03 -0.06

Others 8 .. 5 314 0.12 -0.46

Formal

4 376 143 96.68 +0.85

Informal

150 239 3.32 -0.85

Total/turnout 110 6 4 526 382 93.96 -0.02

Enrolled

4 817 504

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Table 16: Senate: State summary continued

Victoria

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Liberal/Nationals 4 2 1 357 153 40.13 +5.72

Australian Labor Party 6 2 1 097 255 32.45 -5.30

The Greens 6 1 366 720 10.84 -3.80

Palmer United Party 3 .. 123 889 3.66 +3.66

Australian Sex Party 2 .. 63 883 1.89 -0.37

Family First Party 2 .. 51 658 1.53 -1.11

The Wikileaks Party 3 .. 41 926 1.24 +1.24

Rise Up Australia Party 2 .. 31 000 0.92 +0.92

Shooters and Fishers Party 2 .. 28 220 0.83 -0.56

Animal Justice Party 2 .. 25 470 0.75 +0.75

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) 2 .. 23 883 0.71 -1.62

Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party 2 .. 20 084 0.59 +0.59

Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party 2 1 17 122 0.51 +0.51

Australian Christians 2 .. 16 523 0.49 +0.49

Australian Fishing and Lifestyle Party 2 .. 16 186 0.48 +0.48

Katter's Australian Party 2 .. 15 535 0.46 +0.46

Pirate Party Australia 2 .. 12 591 0.37 +0.37

Australian Independents 2 .. 11 462 0.34 +0.34

Australian Democrats 6 .. 10 877 0.32 -0.17

Senator Online (Internet Voting Bills/Issues) 2 .. 5 966 0.18 +0.11

Country Alliance 2 .. 5 164 0.15 +0.15

No Carbon Tax Climate Sceptics 2 .. 5 104 0.15 ..

Bullet Train For Australia 2 .. 5 012 0.15 +0.15

Secular Party of Australia 2 .. 4 379 0.13 +0.02

Drug Law Reform Australia 2 .. 4 095 0.12 +0.12

Australian Stable Population Party 2 .. 3 952 0.12 +0.12

Building Australia Party 2 .. 2 937 0.09 -0.06

Australian Voice Party 2 .. 2 503 0.07 +0.07

Socialist Equality Party 2 .. 2 332 0.07 -0.25

Bank Reform Party 2 .. 1 828 0.05 +0.05

Stop CSG Party 2 .. 1 408 0.04 +0.04

Citizens Electoral Council of Australia 2 .. 1 401 0.04 -0.03

Outdoor Recreation Party (Stop The Greens) 2 .. 398 0.01 +0.01

Liberal Democratic Party 2 .. 363 0.01 -1.83

One Nation 2 .. 242 0.01 -0.37

Smokers Rights Party 2 .. 78 .. ..

Republican Party of Australia 2 .. 38 .. ..

Others 7 .. 2 892 0.09 -0.25

Formal 3 381 529 96.63 +0.57

Informal 117 909 3.37 -0.57

Total/turnout 97 6 3 499 438 94.05 -0.02

Enrolled 3 720 640

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Table 16: Senate: State summary continued

Queensland

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Liberal National Party of Queensland 6 3 1 084 299 41.39 -0.03

Australian Labor Party 4 2 747 096 28.52 -0.87

Palmer United Party 3 1 258 944 9.89 +9.89

The Greens 3 .. 158 150 6.04 -6.72

Katter's Australian Party 3 .. 76 918 2.94 +2.94

Australian Sex Party 2 .. 29 380 1.12 -1.47

Family First Party 2 .. 28 644 1.09 -2.33

Animal Justice Party 2 .. 27 984 1.07 +1.07

Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party 2 .. 23 624 0.90 +0.90

Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party 2 .. 18 742 0.72 +0.72

Shooters and Fishers Party 2 .. 18 235 0.70 -1.04

Liberal Democratic Party 2 .. 18 201 0.69 -1.56

One Nation 2 .. 14 348 0.55 -0.36

Australian Fishing and Lifestyle Party 2 .. 13 394 0.51 -1.47

Pirate Party Australia 2 .. 12 973 0.50 +0.50

Australian Independents 2 .. 12 448 0.48 +0.48

Australian Christians 2 .. 10 970 0.42 +0.42

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) 2 .. 8 376 0.32 -0.14

Outdoor Recreation Party (Stop The Greens) 2 .. 7 085 0.27 +0.27

Australian Democrats 2 .. 6 611 0.25 -0.53

Australia First Party 2 .. 6 531 0.25 -0.15

Rise Up Australia Party 2 .. 5 567 0.21 +0.21

Smokers Rights Party 2 .. 5 235 0.20 +0.20

Australian Voice Party 2 .. 3 828 0.15 +0.15

Secular Party of Australia 2 .. 2 663 0.10 +0.02

Uniting Australia Party 3 .. 2 580 0.10 +0.10

Stop CSG Party 2 .. 2 357 0.09 +0.09

No Carbon Tax Climate Sceptics 2 .. 2 134 0.08 -0.11

Building Australia Party 2 .. 1 782 0.07 +0.07

Socialist Equality Party 2 .. 1 642 0.06 +0.06

Australian Stable Population Party 2 .. 1 563 0.06 +0.06

Senator Online (Internet Voting Bills/Issues) 2 .. 1 053 0.04 -0.32

Republican Party of Australia 2 .. 993 0.04 +0.04

Australian Protectionist Party 2 .. 955 0.04 +0.04

Others 4 .. 4 156 0.16 -0.12

Formal 2 619 461 97.84 +1.34

Informal 57 947 2.16 -1.34

Total/turnout 82 6 2 677 408 94.17 +0.79

Enrolled 2 843 100

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Table 16: Senate: State summary continued

Western Australia (2014 re-election)

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Liberal Party/National Party Coalition

Liberal Party 4 3 435 220 34.06 -8.93

The Nationals 2 .. 38 818 3.04 -0.39

Total Coalition 6 3 474 038 37.10 -9.32

Australian Labor Party 4 1 275 094 21.53 -8.17

The Greens 6 1 199 358 15.60 +1.64

Palmer United Party 3 1 157 740 12.34 +12.34

Liberal Democratic Party 2 .. 23 251 1.82 +0.64

Australian Christians 2 .. 19 649 1.54 +1.54

Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party 2 .. 13 579 1.06 +1.06

Shooters and Fishers Party 2 .. 13 162 1.03 +0.43

Australian Sex Party 2 .. 12 109 0.95 -1.30

Family First Party 2 .. 9 471 0.74 -0.41

Voluntary Euthanasia Party 2 .. 8 598 0.67 +0.67

Animal Justice Party 2 .. 8 288 0.65 +0.65

The Wikileaks Party 2 .. 8 062 0.63 +0.63

Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party 2 .. 6 995 0.55 +0.55

Pirate Party Australia 2 .. 6 270 0.49 +0.49

Australian Fishing and Lifestyle Party 2 .. 4 628 0.36 +0.36

Australian Sports Party 2 .. 4 166 0.33 +0.33

Smokers Rights Party 2 .. 3 609 0.28 +0.28

Australian Democrats 2 .. 3 492 0.27 -0.11

Australian Stable Population Party 2 .. 3 063 0.24 +0.24

Outdoor Recreation Party (Stop The Greens) 2 .. 2 753 0.22 +0.22

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) 2 .. 2 727 0.21 -0.55

Rise Up Australia Party 2 .. 2 224 0.17 +0.17

Katter's Australian Party 2 .. 1 182 0.09 +0.09

Building Australia Party 2 .. 1 047 0.08 +0.08

Australian Voice Party 2 .. 1 002 0.08 +0.08

Secular Party of Australia 2 .. 950 0.07 -0.01

Socialist Alliance 2 .. 818 0.06 -0.04

Mutual Party (a) 2 .. 842 0.07 +0.07

Freedom and Prosperity Party (b) 2 .. 837 0.07 -0.09

Republican Party of Australia 2 .. 743 0.06 +0.06

Others 4 .. 8 057 0.63 +0.08

Formal 1 277 804 97.50 +0.68

Informal 32 757 2.50 -0.68

Total/turnout 77 6 1 310 561 88.50 -5.05

Enrolled 1 480 820

Note: The swings shown here are when comparing with the 2010 election and differ from the AEC’s website which shows the swings compared with the voided 2013 election. (a) Known as the Bank Reform Party at the voided 2013 election. (b) Known as the No Carbon Tax Climate Sceptics Party at the voided 2013 election.

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Table 16: Senate: State summary continued

South Australia

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Liberal Party/National Party Coalition

Liberal Party 4 2 285 058 27.45 -9.85

The Nationals 2 .. 3 102 0.30 +0.30

Total Coalition 6 2 288 160 27.75 -9.55

Nick Xenophon Group 2 1 258 376 24.88 +24.88

Australian Labor Party 3 1 235 312 22.66 -15.63

The Greens 3 1 73 612 7.09 -6.21

Family First Party 3 1 39 032 3.76 -0.32

Liberal Democratic Party 2 .. 36 657 3.53 +2.98

Palmer United Party 2 .. 27 484 2.65 +2.65

Australian Sex Party 2 .. 10 427 1.00 -0.67

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) 2 .. 10 143 0.98 +0.31

Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party 2 .. 6 822 0.66 +0.66

Animal Justice Party 2 .. 6 439 0.62 +0.62

Shooters and Fishers Party 2 .. 6 151 0.59 -0.54

Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party 2 .. 6 032 0.58 +0.58

Australian Christians 2 .. 3 540 0.34 +0.34

Australian Fishing and Lifestyle Party 2 .. 3 354 0.32 +0.32

Voluntary Euthanasia Party 2 .. 3 198 0.31 +0.31

Australian Democrats 2 .. 3 096 0.30 -0.39

One Nation 2 .. 2 968 0.29 -0.22

Socialist Equality Party 2 .. 2 857 0.28 +0.28

Australian Independents 2 .. 2 089 0.20 +0.20

Smokers Rights Party 2 .. 1 899 0.18 +0.18

Katter's Australian Party 2 .. 1 666 0.16 +0.16

Secular Party of Australia 2 .. 1 271 0.12 +0.03

Rise Up Australia Party 2 .. 1 241 0.12 +0.12

Drug Law Reform Australia 2 .. 1 118 0.11 +0.11

No Carbon Tax Climate Sceptics 2 .. 1 116 0.11 -0.35

Building Australia Party 2 .. 862 0.08 -0.07

Australian Stable Population Party 2 .. 765 0.07 +0.07

Country Alliance 2 .. 325 0.03 +0.03

Outdoor Recreation Party (Stop The Greens) 2 .. 145 0.01 +0.01

Others 6 .. 2 277 0.22 -0.08

Formal 1 038 434 97.35 +0.47

Informal 28 225 2.65 -0.47

Total/turnout 73 6 1 066 659 94.35 +0.02

Enrolled 1 130 572

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Tasmania

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Liberal Party 4 2 126 400 37.51 +4.54

Australian Labor Party 4 2 110 617 32.83 -8.57

The Greens 3 1 39 284 11.66 -8.61

Palmer United Party 2 1 22 184 6.58 +6.58

Liberal Democratic Party 2 .. 7 807 2.32 +2.32

Australian Sex Party 2 .. 4 873 1.45 +1.45

Family First Party 4 .. 4 403 1.31 +0.09

Shooters and Fishers Party 2 .. 3 697 1.10 -0.91

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) 2 .. 2 598 0.77 +0.30

Australian Independents 2 .. 2 494 0.74 +0.74

Pirate Party Australia 2 .. 1 954 0.58 +0.58

Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party 2 .. 1 714 0.51 +0.51

Australian Christians 2 .. 1 622 0.48 +0.48

Outdoor Recreation Party (Stop The Greens) 2 .. 1 399 0.42 +0.42

Katter's Australian Party 2 .. 1 375 0.41 +0.41

Rise Up Australia Party 2 .. 996 0.30 +0.30

Country Alliance 2 .. 951 0.28 +0.28

Smokers Rights Party 2 .. 803 0.24 +0.24

Australian Fishing and Lifestyle Party 2 .. 729 0.22 +0.22

Australian Stable Population Party 2 .. 372 0.11 +0.11

No Carbon Tax Climate Sceptics 2 .. 211 0.06 -0.17

Senator Online (Internet Voting Bills/Issues) 2 .. 104 0.03 -0.42

Republican Party of Australia 2 .. 34 0.01 +0.01

Others 1 .. 332 0.10 -0.22

Formal 336 953 97.54 +0.77

Informal 8 486 2.46 -0.77

Total/turnout 54 6 345 439 95.08 -0.22

Enrolled 363 331

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Australian Capital Territory

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Australian Labor Party 2 1 84 974 34.44 -6.40

Liberal Party 2 1 81 613 33.08 -0.27

The Greens 2 .. 47 553 19.27 -3.65

Australian Sex Party 2 .. 8 616 3.49 +3.49

Palmer United Party 2 .. 5 213 2.11 +2.11

Bullet Train For Australia 2 .. 5 066 2.05 +2.05

Voluntary Euthanasia Party 2 .. 3 963 1.61 +1.61

Animal Justice Party 2 .. 2 992 1.21 +1.21

Australian Independents 2 .. 1 592 0.65 +0.65

Katter's Australian Party 2 .. 1 416 0.57 +0.57

Rise Up Australia Party 2 .. 1 381 0.56 +0.56

Australian Stable Population Party 2 .. 931 0.38 +0.38

Drug Law Reform Australia 2 .. 914 0.37 +0.37

Others 1 .. 518 0.21 -0.91

Formal

246 742 98.02 +0.57

Informal

4 980 1.98 -0.57

Total/turnout 27 2 251 722 94.87 -0.02

Enrolled

265 346

Northern Territory

Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Country Liberals (NT) 2 1 42 781 41.34 +0.73

Australian Labor Party 2 1 33 889 32.75 -1.64

The Greens 2 .. 8 974 8.67 -4.88

Palmer United Party 2 .. 7 386 7.14 +7.14

Shooters and Fishers Party 2 .. 2 814 2.72 -2.08

Australian Sex Party 2 .. 2 203 2.13 -2.97

Australian Independents 2 .. 1 544 1.49 +1.49

Australia's First Nations Political Party 2 .. 1 495 1.44 +1.44

Rise Up Australia Party 2 .. 975 0.94 +0.94

Uniting Australia Party 2 .. 656 0.63 +0.63

Australian Stable Population Party 2 .. 455 0.44 +0.44

Citizens Electoral Council of Australia 2 .. 307 0.30 -0.62

Formal 103 479 97.33 +1.02

Informal 2 837 2.67 -1.02

Total/turnout 24 2 106 316 82.37 -0.56

Enrolled 129 079

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Table 17: Senate: Composition from 1 July 2014 LP NP CLP ALP GRN PUP AMEP DLP FFP LDP XEN Total

Term expires 30 June 2017 New South Wales 2 1 .. 2 1 .. .. .. .. .. .. 6

Victoria 1 1 .. 2 1 .. .. 1 .. .. .. 6

Queensland 2 1 .. 2 1 .. .. .. .. .. .. 6

Western Australia 3 .. .. 2 1 .. .. .. .. .. .. 6

South Australia 3 .. .. 2 1 .. .. .. .. .. .. 6

Tasmania 2 .. .. 3 1 .. .. .. .. .. .. 6

Total 13 3 .. 13 6 .. .. 1 .. .. .. 36

Term expires 30 June 2020 New South Wales 2 1 .. 2 .. .. .. .. .. 1 .. 6

Victoria 2 .. .. 2 1 .. 1 .. .. .. .. 6

Queensland 2 1 .. 2 .. 1 .. .. .. .. .. 6

Western Australia (a) 3 .. .. 1 1 1 .. .. .. .. .. 6

South Australia 2 .. .. 1 1 .. .. .. 1 .. 1 6

Tasmania 2 .. .. 2 1 1 .. .. .. .. .. 6

Total 13 2 .. 10 4 3 1 .. 1 1 1 36

Total Senate (b) New South Wales 4 2 .. 4 1 .. .. .. .. 1 .. 12

Victoria 3 1 .. 4 2 .. 1 1 .. .. .. 12

Queensland 4 2 .. 4 1 1 .. .. .. .. .. 12

Western Australia 6 .. .. 3 2 1 .. .. .. .. .. 12

South Australia 5 .. .. 3 2 .. .. .. 1 .. 1 12

Tasmania 4 .. .. 5 2 1 .. .. .. .. .. 12

Australian Capital Territory 1 .. .. 1 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2

Northern Territory .. .. 1 1 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2

Total 27 5 1 25 10 3 1 1 1 1 1 76

(a) Results from half-Senate re-election held on 5 April 2014.

(b) The terms of service of the senators for the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory expire at the end of the day prior to the polling day for the next general election of the House of Representatives.

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Table 18: Senate: Candidate details New South Wales

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

A TICKET VOTES LDP 414 171 9.46 0.6625

A LEYONHJELM, D LDP 5 1 591 0.04 0.0025

A PETTETT, J LDP 139 .. 0.0002

A Group Total LDP 415 901 9.50 0.6653

B TICKET VOTES TCS 7 672 0.18 0.0123

B KOUTALIANOS, B TCS 219 0.01 0.0004

B McDOWALL, M TCS 22 .. ..

B Group Total TCS 7 913 0.18 0.0127

C TICKET VOTES DLP 66 345 1.52 0.1061

C McCAFFREY, S DLP 1 140 0.03 0.0018

C HANNA, D DLP 64 .. 0.0001

C Group Total DLP 67 549 1.54 0.1081

D TICKET VOTES SOL 2 007 0.05 0.0032

D FERGUSON, T SOL 465 0.01 0.0007

D BARRY, A SOL 15 .. ..

D McKINNON, D SOL 15 .. ..

D Group Total SOL 2 502 0.06 0.0040

E TICKET VOTES VEP 13 461 0.31 0.0215

E HIGSON, S VEP 1 178 0.03 0.0019

E MULHALL, L VEP 54 .. 0.0001

E Group Total VEP 14 693 0.34 0.0235

F TICKET VOTES 2 153 0.05 0.0034

F WHALAN, A 129 .. 0.0002

F COOPER, P 17 .. ..

F Group Total 2 299 0.05 0.0037

G TICKET VOTES HMP 28 713 0.66 0.0459

G FUTTER, B HMP 1 230 0.03 0.0020

G OLBOURNE, J HMP 60 .. 0.0001

G Group Total HMP 30 003 0.69 0.0480

H TICKET VOTES CA 5 141 0.12 0.0082

H CARTER, M CA 332 0.01 0.0005

H BUCKWALTER, M CA 25 .. ..

H Group Total CA 5 498 0.13 0.0088

I TICKET VOTES WKP 32 375 0.74 0.0518

I TRANTER, K WKP 3 754 0.09 0.0060

I BROINOWSKI, A WKP 270 0.01 0.0004

I Group Total WKP 36 399 0.83 0.0582

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Table 18: Senate: Candidate details

New South Wales

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

J TICKET VOTES RUA 4 049 0.09 0.0065

J BISHOP, H RUA 254 0.01 0.0004

J SOMERFIELD, W RUA 17 .. ..

J Group Total RUA 4 320 0.10 0.0069

K TICKET VOTES FUT 3 636 0.08 0.0058

K JANSSON, J FUT 566 0.01 0.0009

K HAGGERTY, J FUT 41 .. 0.0001

K Group Total FUT 4 243 0.10 0.0068

L TICKET VOTES CDP 68 484 1.56 0.1095

L PEEBLES, R CDP 3 553 0.08 0.0057

L LIONS, D CDP 53 .. 0.0001

L RAHME, P CDP 88 .. 0.0001

L FRASER, C CDP 51 .. 0.0001

L CLIFFORD, R CDP 315 0.01 0.0005

L Group Total CDP 72 544 1.66 0.1160

M TICKET VOTES ALP 1 363 075 31.15 2.1803

M CARR, R * ALP 2 14 892 0.34 0.0238

M CAMERON, D * ALP 4 1 836 0.04 0.0029

M STEPHENS, U * ALP 585 0.01 0.0009

M KOLOMEITZ, G ALP 111 .. 0.0002

M NELMES, N ALP 123 .. 0.0002

M CHHIBBER, B ALP 425 0.01 0.0007

M Group Total ALP 1 381 047 31.56 2.2091

N TICKET VOTES KAP 18 083 0.41 0.0289

N MAILLER, P KAP 978 0.02 0.0016

N MAKA, A KAP 40 .. 0.0001

N Group Total KAP 19 101 0.44 0.0306

O TICKET VOTES VCE 2 531 0.06 0.0040

O STEVENS, C VCE 40 .. 0.0001

O FRANCIS, K VCE 10 .. ..

O BLACK, R VCE 6 .. ..

O Group Total VCE 2 587 0.06 0.0041

P TICKET VOTES ASXP 42 632 0.97 0.0682

P DUNNE, G ASXP 1 825 0.04 0.0029

P RAYE, S ASXP 373 0.01 0.0006

P Group Total ASXP 44 830 1.02 0.0717

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New South Wales

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

Q TICKET VOTES AFLP 20 307 0.46 0.0325

Q LOWE, R AFLP 192 .. 0.0003

Q DEAN, T AFLP 16 .. ..

Q Group Total AFLP 20 515 0.47 0.0328

R TICKET VOTES GRN 313 237 7.16 0.5010

R FAEHRMANN, C GRN 24 932 0.57 0.0399

R RYAN, J GRN 429 0.01 0.0007

R BLATCHFORD, P GRN 675 0.02 0.0011

R HO, C GRN 649 0.01 0.0010

R FINDLEY, A GRN 466 0.01 0.0007

R SPIES-BUTCHER, B GRN 553 0.01 0.0009

R Group Total GRN 340 941 7.79 0.5454

S TICKET VOTES PUP 145 675 3.33 0.2330

S ADAMSON, M PUP 2 440 0.06 0.0039

S WRIGHTSON, S PUP 166 .. 0.0003

S Group Total PUP 148 281 3.39 0.2372

T TICKET VOTES BAP 2 249 0.05 0.0036

T BROWN, R BAP 56 .. 0.0001

T SYMINGTON, M BAP 4 .. ..

T Group Total BAP 2 309 0.05 0.0037

U TICKET VOTES UNP 2 157 0.05 0.0035

U SIMONDS, P UNP 26 .. ..

U WATT, T UNP 4 .. ..

U Group Total UNP 2 187 0.05 0.0035

V TICKET VOTES ODR 7 572 0.17 0.0121

V OBRIEN, R ODR 184 .. 0.0003

V DE LIMA, J ODR 15 .. ..

V Group Total ODR 7 771 0.18 0.0124

W TICKET VOTES SMK 8 251 0.19 0.0132

W BEIGER, N SMK 130 .. 0.0002

W WHELAN, J SMK 8 .. ..

W Group Total SMK 8 389 0.19 0.0134

X TICKET VOTES BTA 8 548 0.20 0.0137

X BOHM, T BTA 683 0.02 0.0011

X GLICK, C BTA 68 .. 0.0001

X Group Total BTA 9 299 0.21 0.0149

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New South Wales

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

Y TICKET VOTES LPNP 1 486 609 33.97 2.3780

Y PAYNE, M * LP 1 6 708 0.15 0.0107

Y WILLIAMS, J * NP 3 749 0.02 0.0012

Y SINODINOS, A * LP 6 1 488 0.03 0.0024

Y HAY, A NP 280 0.01 0.0004

Y CAMERON, C LP 310 0.01 0.0005

Y CAMERON, A LP 608 0.01 0.0010

Y Group Total LP 1 496 752 34.20 2.3942

Z TICKET VOTES APP 2 383 0.05 0.0038

Z GRECH, M APP 36 .. 0.0001

Z JOHNS, C APP 5 .. ..

Z Group Total APP 2 424 0.06 0.0039

AA TICKET VOTES AJP 20 212 0.46 0.0323

AA PEARSON, M AJP 872 0.02 0.0014

AA VICKERS, K AJP 131 .. 0.0002

AA Group Total AJP 21 215 0.48 0.0339

AB TICKET VOTES AFN 3 541 0.08 0.0057

AB WALLBRIDGE, D AFN 80 .. 0.0001

AB FRASER, G AFN 5 .. ..

AB Group Total AFN 3 626 0.08 0.0058

AC TICKET VOTES AIN 9 495 0.22 0.0152

AC TANKS, B AIN 245 0.01 0.0004

AC HIRST, S AIN 31 .. ..

AC Group Total AIN 9 771 0.22 0.0156

AD TICKET VOTES DRF 3 809 0.09 0.0061

AD HUNT, M DRF 224 0.01 0.0004

AD TRIMINGHAM, A DRF 29 .. ..

AD Group Total DRF 4 062 0.09 0.0065

AE TICKET VOTES SEP 1 686 0.04 0.0027

AE BEAMS, N SEP 107 .. 0.0002

AE HAMBIDES, Z SEP 7 .. ..

AE Group Total SEP 1 800 0.04 0.0029

AF TICKET VOTES DEM 8 478 0.19 0.0136

AF VILLAVER, R DEM 897 0.02 0.0014

AF WALLACE, A DEM 107 .. 0.0002

AF Group Total DEM 9 482 0.22 0.0152

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New South Wales

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

AG TICKET VOTES 2 410 0.06 0.0039

AG WANG, T 50 .. 0.0001

AG O'TOOLE, D 4 .. ..

AG Group Total 2 464 0.06 0.0039

AH TICKET VOTES FFP 16 130 0.37 0.0258

AH ROSSITER, F FFP 606 0.01 0.0010

AH HURLEY, S FFP 50 .. 0.0001

AH Group Total FFP 16 786 0.38 0.0269

AI TICKET VOTES SPP 2 689 0.06 0.0043

AI BOURKE, W SPP 568 0.01 0.0009

AI SPIKE, K SPP 24 .. ..

AI Group Total SPP 3 281 0.07 0.0052

AJ TICKET VOTES ASP 53 124 1.21 0.0850

AJ HOUSEMAN, K ASP 1 414 0.03 0.0023

AJ MUIRHEAD, J ASP 120 .. 0.0002

AJ Group Total ASP 54 658 1.25 0.0874

AK TICKET VOTES SCSG 3 519 0.08 0.0056

AK FRASER, G SCSG 656 0.01 0.0010

AK DEAN, L SCSG 50 .. 0.0001

AK Group Total SCSG 4 225 0.10 0.0068

AL TICKET VOTES RPA 1 808 0.04 0.0029

AL McNALLY, K RPA 111 .. 0.0002

AL BLAKE, J RPA 13 .. ..

AL Group Total RPA 1 932 0.04 0.0031

AM TICKET VOTES SAL 2 325 0.05 0.0037

AM McILROY, J SAL 380 0.01 0.0006

AM DARE, R SAL 23 .. ..

AM Group Total SAL 2 728 0.06 0.0044

AN TICKET VOTES NCP 1 229 0.03 0.0020

AN THOMPSON, A NCP 111 .. 0.0002

AN THOMPSON, J NCP 17 .. ..

AN Group Total NCP 1 357 0.03 0.0022

AO TICKET VOTES PIR 13 223 0.30 0.0212

AO MOLLOY, B PIR 1 249 0.03 0.0020

AO CAMPBELL, D PIR 112 .. 0.0002

AO Group Total PIR 14 584 0.33 0.0233

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New South Wales

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

AP TICKET VOTES SPA 2 236 0.05 0.0036

AP BRYCE, I SPA 607 0.01 0.0010

AP OWEN, C SPA 62 .. 0.0001

AP Group Total SPA 2 905 0.07 0.0046

AQ TICKET VOTES AMEP 16 659 0.38 0.0266

AQ MYERS, G AMEP 445 0.01 0.0007

AQ KIRKNESS, D AMEP 22 .. ..

AQ Group Total AMEP 17 126 0.39 0.0274

AR TICKET VOTES ON 50 013 1.14 0.0800

AR HANSON, P ON 3 257 0.07 0.0052

AR MCCULLOCH, K ON 5 .. ..

AR PLUMB, A ON 18 .. ..

AR Group Total ON 53 293 1.22 0.0852

UG POULSEN, R 148 .. 0.0002

UG ASH, D IND 227 0.01 0.0004

UG NATHAN, S IND 62 .. 0.0001

UG La MELA, J IND 114 .. 0.0002

UG Group Total 551 0.01 0.0009

Formal 4 376 143 96.68

Informal 150 239 3.32

Total 4 526 382 93.96

Enrolled 4 817 504

Quota 625 164

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Victoria

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

A TICKET VOTES RUA 29 747 0.88 0.0616

A NALLIAH, D RUA 1 178 0.03 0.0024

A CRESTANI, R RUA 75 .. 0.0002

A Group Total RUA 31 000 0.92 0.0642

B TICKET VOTES LDP .. .. ..

B WHELAN, P LDP 311 0.01 0.0006

B WILMS, T LDP 52 .. 0.0001

B Group Total LDP 363 0.01 0.0008

C TICKET VOTES ON .. .. ..

C TOWNSEND, D ON 222 0.01 0.0005

C TOWNSEND, R ON 20 .. ..

C Group Total ON 242 0.01 0.0005

D TICKET VOTES SOL 5 658 0.17 0.0117

D TAYLOR, L SOL 269 0.01 0.0006

D SMITH, A SOL 39 .. 0.0001

D Group Total SOL 5 966 0.18 0.0124

E TICKET VOTES LPNP 1 347 891 39.86 2.7902

E FIFIELD, M * LP 1 6 169 0.18 0.0128

E RYAN, S * LP 3 737 0.02 0.0015

E KROGER, H * LP 1 456 0.04 0.0030

E CORBOY, M NP 900 0.03 0.0019

E Group Total NP 1 357 153 40.13 2.8094

F TICKET VOTES HMP 19 070 0.56 0.0395

F RILEY, M HMP 960 0.03 0.0020

F FLETCHER, R HMP 54 .. 0.0001

F Group Total HMP 20 084 0.59 0.0416

G TICKET VOTES FFP 49 938 1.48 0.1034

G FENN, A FFP 1 594 0.05 0.0033

G MORRIS, T FFP 126 .. 0.0003

G Group Total FFP 51 658 1.53 0.1069

H TICKET VOTES CYA 4 895 0.14 0.0101

H JONES, A CYA 248 0.01 0.0005

H KERR, G CYA 21 .. ..

H Group Total CYA 5 164 0.15 0.0107

I TICKET VOTES SPA 3 547 0.10 0.0073

I PERKINS, J SPA 753 0.02 0.0016

I SCEATS, R SPA 79 .. 0.0002

I Group Total SPA 4 379 0.13 0.0091

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Victoria

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

J TICKET VOTES TCS 4 928 0.15 0.0102

J DAWSON, C TCS 161 .. 0.0003

J RODDA, J TCS 15 .. ..

J Group Total TCS 5 104 0.15 0.0106

K TICKET VOTES BRP 1 736 0.05 0.0036

K RIGONI, M BRP 83 .. 0.0002

K RIGONI, P BRP 9 .. ..

K Group Total BRP 1 828 0.05 0.0038

L TICKET VOTES SPP 3 482 0.10 0.0072

L HAYES, N SPP 421 0.01 0.0009

L QUIRK, J SPP 49 .. 0.0001

L Group Total SPP 3 952 0.12 0.0082

M TICKET VOTES SMK .. .. ..

M SALT, A SMK 73 .. 0.0002

M BEREGSZASZI, J SMK 5 .. ..

M Group Total SMK 78 .. 0.0002

N TICKET VOTES AFLP 15 885 0.47 0.0329

N ZAMMIT, J AFLP 276 0.01 0.0006

N ABELA, R AFLP 25 .. 0.0001

N Group Total AFLP 16 186 0.48 0.0335

O TICKET VOTES ASP 27 290 0.81 0.0565

O MALONEY, T ASP 853 0.03 0.0018

O MALCOLM, S ASP 77 .. 0.0002

O Group Total ASP 28 220 0.83 0.0584

P TICKET VOTES BAP 2 899 0.09 0.0060

P EVANS, D BAP 37 .. 0.0001

P WHITE, S BAP 1 .. ..

P Group Total BAP 2 937 0.09 0.0061

Q TICKET VOTES VCE 2 442 0.07 0.0051

Q SHMUEL, I VCE 54 .. 0.0001

Q HUGHES, V VCE 7 .. ..

Q Group Total VCE 2 503 0.07 0.0052

R TICKET VOTES AIN 11 131 0.33 0.0230

R SHAW, S AIN 296 0.01 0.0006

R WOOD, Y AIN 35 .. 0.0001

R Group Total AIN 11 462 0.34 0.0237

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Victoria

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

S TICKET VOTES GRN 332 827 9.84 0.6890

S RICE, J GRN 5 31 311 0.93 0.0648

S McCARTHY, T GRN 751 0.02 0.0016

S TRUONG, T GRN 568 0.02 0.0012

S CHRISTOE, I GRN 251 0.01 0.0005

S SEKHON, G GRN 236 0.01 0.0005

S HUMPHREYS, R GRN 776 0.02 0.0016

S Group Total GRN 366 720 10.84 0.7591

T TICKET VOTES 1 230 0.04 0.0025

T TOSCANO, G 333 0.01 0.0007

T MATTHEWS, E 74 .. 0.0002

T Group Total 1 637 0.05 0.0034

U TICKET VOTES SCSG 1 178 0.03 0.0024

U THORROWGOOD, R SCSG 210 0.01 0.0004

U VAN ROSMALEN, A SCSG 20 .. ..

U Group Total SCSG 1 408 0.04 0.0029

V TICKET VOTES KAP 14 796 0.44 0.0306

V DANIELI, R KAP 702 0.02 0.0015

V COSTABILE, D KAP 37 .. 0.0001

V Group Total KAP 15 535 0.46 0.0322

W TICKET VOTES PUP 121 859 3.60 0.2523

W MICHAEL, B PUP 1 561 0.05 0.0032

W HAWKINS, D PUP 331 0.01 0.0007

W PALMAN, P PUP 138 .. 0.0003

W Group Total PUP 123 889 3.66 0.2565

X TICKET VOTES RPA .. .. ..

X CONSANDINE, P RPA 29 .. 0.0001

X PORTORS, C RPA 9 .. ..

X Group Total RPA 38 .. 0.0001

Y TICKET VOTES AJP 24 154 0.71 0.0500

Y POON, B AJP 1 092 0.03 0.0023

Y DAVISON, S AJP 224 0.01 0.0005

Y Group Total AJP 25 470 0.75 0.0527

Z TICKET VOTES AMEP 16 604 0.49 0.0344

Z MUIR, R AMEP 6 479 0.01 0.0010

Z GILL, C AMEP 39 .. 0.0001

Z Group Total AMEP 17 122 0.51 0.0354

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Victoria

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

AA TICKET VOTES WKP 33 683 1.00 0.0697

AA ASSANGE, J WKP 8 016 0.24 0.0166

AA CANNOLD, L WKP 186 0.01 0.0004

AA KAMPMARK, B WKP 41 .. 0.0001

AA Group Total WKP 41 926 1.24 0.0868

AB TICKET VOTES DEM 9 662 0.29 0.0200

AB COLLYER, D DEM 1 008 0.03 0.0021

AB HOWE, R DEM 23 .. ..

AB ISGRO, S DEM 52 .. 0.0001

AB RAINES, G DEM 51 .. 0.0001

AB LIVESAY, R DEM 6 .. ..

AB GRUMMET, R DEM 75 .. 0.0002

AB Group Total DEM 10 877 0.32 0.0225

AC TICKET VOTES ASXP 59 472 1.76 0.1231

AC PATTEN, F ASXP 4 238 0.13 0.0088

AC HOPKINS, A ASXP 173 0.01 0.0004

AC Group Total ASXP 63 883 1.89 0.1322

AD TICKET VOTES ALP 1 083 863 32.05 2.2437

AD MARSHALL, G * ALP 2 10 223 0.30 0.0212

AD COLLINS, J * ALP 4 1 804 0.05 0.0037

AD TILLEM, M # ALP 353 0.01 0.0007

AD PSAILA, L ALP 280 0.01 0.0006

AD LARKINS, T ALP 247 0.01 0.0005

AD MILETO, J ALP 485 0.01 0.0010

AD Group Total ALP 1 097 255 32.45 2.2714

AE TICKET VOTES ODR .. .. ..

AE CHRISTIE, S ODR 372 0.01 0.0008

AE DESTRY, T ODR 26 .. 0.0001

AE Group Total ODR 398 0.01 0.0008

AF TICKET VOTES DRF 3 793 0.11 0.0079

AF CHIPP, G DRF 263 0.01 0.0005

AF SHERMAN, J DRF 39 .. 0.0001

AF Group Total DRF 4 095 0.12 0.0085

AG TICKET VOTES BTA 4 389 0.13 0.0091

AG ERWOOD, M BTA 570 0.02 0.0012

AG PHILLIPS, S BTA 53 .. 0.0001

AG Group Total BTA 5 012 0.15 0.0104

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Victoria

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

AH TICKET VOTES AUC 15 400 0.46 0.0319

AH JANSON, V AUC 1 040 0.03 0.0022

AH PAPAFOTIOU, F AUC 83 .. 0.0002

AH Group Total AUC 16 523 0.49 0.0342

AI TICKET VOTES CEC 1 285 0.04 0.0027

AI ISHERWOOD, C CEC 107 .. 0.0002

AI BARWICK, R CEC 9 .. ..

AI Group Total CEC 1 401 0.04 0.0029

AJ TICKET VOTES 458 0.01 0.0009

AJ NICHOLLS, R 68 .. 0.0001

AJ NICHOLLS, K 16 .. ..

AJ WEBB, P 9 .. ..

AJ Group Total 551 0.02 0.0011

AK TICKET VOTES SEP 2 014 0.06 0.0042

AK O'CONNOR, P SEP 287 0.01 0.0006

AK BAPTIST, T SEP 31 .. 0.0001

AK Group Total SEP 2 332 0.07 0.0048

AL TICKET VOTES PIR 11 231 0.33 0.0232

AL MILES, J PIR 1 274 0.04 0.0026

AL HAMMETT, G PIR 86 .. 0.0002

AL Group Total PIR 12 591 0.37 0.0261

AM TICKET VOTES DLP 22 877 0.68 0.0474

AM FARRELL, M DLP 951 0.03 0.0020

AM MAZZARELLA, S DLP 55 .. 0.0001

AM Group Total DLP 23 883 0.71 0.0494

UG GUNTER, L IND 491 0.01 0.0010

UG MORRISON, D IND 213 0.01 0.0004

UG Group Total 704 0.02 0.0015

Formal 3 381 529 96.63

Informal 117 909 3.37

Total 3 499 438 94.05

Enrolled 3 720 640

Quota 483 076

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Queensland

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

A TICKET VOTES AJP 26 123 1.00 0.0698

A PETERSON, J AJP 1 742 0.07 0.0047

A O'BRIEN, C AJP 119 .. 0.0003

A Group Total AJP 27 984 1.07 0.0748

B TICKET VOTES LNP 1 071 375 40.90 2.8630

B MACDONALD, I * LNP 1 10 376 0.40 0.0277

B McGRATH, J # LNP 3 505 0.02 0.0013

B CANAVAN, M # LNP 6 325 0.01 0.0009

B GOODWIN, D LNP 526 0.02 0.0014

B CRAIG, T LNP 409 0.02 0.0011

B STOKER, A LNP 783 0.03 0.0021

B Group Total LNP 1 084 299 41.39 2.8976

C TICKET VOTES 1 875 0.07 0.0050

C KEIOSKIE, P 167 0.01 0.0004

C TAYLOR, R 57 .. 0.0002

C Group Total 2 099 0.08 0.0056

D TICKET VOTES AIN 11 594 0.44 0.0310

D PETERSEN, P AIN 779 0.03 0.0021

D MAXWELL-JONES, J AIN 75 .. 0.0002

D Group Total AIN 12 448 0.48 0.0333

E TICKET VOTES HMP 22 064 0.84 0.0590

E MOYLAN, J HMP 1 334 0.05 0.0036

E YOBBO, R HMP 226 0.01 0.0006

E Group Total HMP 23 624 0.90 0.0631

F TICKET VOTES VCE 3 709 0.14 0.0099

F COLLINGWOOD, B VCE 100 .. 0.0003

F FRIEND, G VCE 19 .. 0.0001

F Group Total VCE 3 828 0.15 0.0102

G TICKET VOTES ALP 732 067 27.95 1.9563

G KETTER, C # ALP 2 11 310 0.43 0.0302

G MOORE, C * ALP 4 1 980 0.08 0.0053

G FURNER, M * ALP 521 0.02 0.0014

G BOYD, N ALP 1 218 0.05 0.0033

G Group Total ALP 747 096 28.52 1.9965

H TICKET VOTES ON 13 709 0.52 0.0366

H SAVAGE, J ON 599 0.02 0.0016

H NELSON, I ON 40 .. 0.0001

H Group Total ON 14 348 0.55 0.0383

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Queensland

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

I TICKET VOTES AFN 6 383 0.24 0.0171

I SCHUBACK, P AFN 134 0.01 0.0004

I WATSON, P AFN 14 .. ..

I Group Total AFN 6 531 0.25 0.0175

J TICKET VOTES SEP 1 452 0.06 0.0039

J HEAD, M SEP 162 0.01 0.0004

J ZABALA, G SEP 28 .. 0.0001

J Group Total SEP 1 642 0.06 0.0044

K TICKET VOTES APP 904 0.03 0.0024

K BOAG, D APP 43 .. 0.0001

K HEYWARD, G APP 8 .. ..

K Group Total APP 955 0.04 0.0026

L TICKET VOTES BAP 1 742 0.07 0.0047

L OSMAN, S BAP 33 .. 0.0001

L HARRIS, R BAP 7 .. ..

L Group Total BAP 1 782 0.07 0.0048

M TICKET VOTES SOL 807 0.03 0.0022

M JOUM, L SOL 220 0.01 0.0006

M JEFFERYES, R SOL 26 .. 0.0001

M Group Total SOL 1 053 0.04 0.0028

N TICKET VOTES LDP 17 850 0.68 0.0477

N BUCKLEY, G LDP 313 0.01 0.0008

N MITCHELL, C LDP 38 .. 0.0001

N Group Total LDP 18 201 0.69 0.0486

O TICKET VOTES ODR 6 597 0.25 0.0176

O ROOTH, J ODR 479 0.02 0.0013

O DESTRY, F ODR 9 .. ..

O Group Total ODR 7 085 0.27 0.0189

P TICKET VOTES PIR 11 543 0.44 0.0308

P THOMAS, M PIR 1 307 0.05 0.0035

P POMFRET, L PIR 123 .. 0.0003

P Group Total PIR 12 973 0.50 0.0347

Q TICKET VOTES GRN 139 850 5.34 0.3737

Q STONE, A GRN 16 441 0.63 0.0439

Q BAYLEY, S GRN 1 513 0.06 0.0040

Q YEAMAN, S GRN 346 0.01 0.0009

Q Group Total GRN 158 150 6.04 0.4226

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Queensland

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

R TICKET VOTES SCSG 1 937 0.07 0.0052

R MONK, B SCSG 377 0.01 0.0010

R KABEL, D SCSG 43 .. 0.0001

R Group Total SCSG 2 357 0.09 0.0063

S TICKET VOTES SPP 1 222 0.05 0.0033

S O'SULLIVAN, J SPP 321 0.01 0.0009

S MORAN, M SPP 20 .. 0.0001

S Group Total SPP 1 563 0.06 0.0042

T TICKET VOTES AUC 9 923 0.38 0.0265

T SWEERIS-SIGRIST, L AUC 896 0.03 0.0024

T BRICE, M AUC 151 0.01 0.0004

T Group Total AUC 10 970 0.42 0.0293

U TICKET VOTES 1 718 0.07 0.0046

U RUDD, G 304 0.01 0.0008

U DINSEY, E 35 .. 0.0001

U Group Total 2 057 0.08 0.0055

V TICKET VOTES KAP 72 339 2.76 0.1933

V BLUNDELL, J KAP 4 264 0.16 0.0114

V PAULGER, S KAP 191 0.01 0.0005

V MUCKAN, L KAP 124 .. 0.0003

V Group Total KAP 76 918 2.94 0.2055

W TICKET VOTES RPA 919 0.04 0.0025

W TALBOT, J RPA 70 .. 0.0002

W PEARSE, R RPA 4 .. ..

W Group Total RPA 993 0.04 0.0027

X TICKET VOTES FFP 26 291 1.00 0.0703

X McLINDON, A FFP 2 081 0.08 0.0056

X VINCENT, S FFP 272 0.01 0.0007

X Group Total FFP 28 644 1.09 0.0765

Y TICKET VOTES DEM 5 781 0.22 0.0154

Y STEVENSON, P DEM 703 0.03 0.0019

Y HAYDEN, C DEM 127 .. 0.0003

Y Group Total DEM 6 611 0.25 0.0177

Z TICKET VOTES DLP 7 988 0.30 0.0213

Z QUINN, J DLP 360 0.01 0.0010

Z VINCENT, S DLP 28 .. 0.0001

Z Group Total DLP 8 376 0.32 0.0224

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Queensland

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

AA TICKET VOTES ASXP 27 458 1.05 0.0734

AA MURRAY, J ASXP 1 468 0.06 0.0039

AA PATTEN, K ASXP 454 0.02 0.0012

AA Group Total ASXP 29 380 1.12 0.0785

AB TICKET VOTES ASP 17 279 0.66 0.0462

AB CURLESS, D ASP 911 0.03 0.0024

AB JOHNSON, P ASP 45 .. 0.0001

AB Group Total ASP 18 235 0.70 0.0487

AC TICKET VOTES UNP 2 521 0.10 0.0067

AC SMITH, E UNP 45 .. 0.0001

AC WATT, D UNP 8 .. ..

AC BANHUK, P UNP 6 .. ..

AC Group Total UNP 2 580 0.10 0.0069

AD TICKET VOTES RUA 4 894 0.19 0.0131

AD JENNINGS, M RUA 640 0.02 0.0017

AD WHITE, G RUA 33 .. 0.0001

AD Group Total RUA 5 567 0.21 0.0149

AE TICKET VOTES TCS 1 985 0.08 0.0053

AE CARDWELL, T TCS 133 0.01 0.0004

AE RUTLAND, A TCS 16 .. ..

AE Group Total TCS 2 134 0.08 0.0057

AF TICKET VOTES AFLP 12 934 0.49 0.0346

AF McCARTHY, D AFLP 428 0.02 0.0011

AF WYATT, S AFLP 32 .. 0.0001

AF Group Total AFLP 13 394 0.51 0.0358

AG TICKET VOTES PUP 251 349 9.60 0.6717

AG LAZARUS, G PUP 5 6 770 0.26 0.0181

AG MENSINK, C PUP 464 0.02 0.0012

AG HIGGINS, S PUP 361 0.01 0.0010

AG Group Total PUP 258 944 9.89 0.6920

AH TICKET VOTES AMEP 17 860 0.68 0.0477

AH LITTLER, K AMEP 820 0.03 0.0022

AH MORRISON, T AMEP 62 .. 0.0002

AH Group Total AMEP 18 742 0.72 0.0501

AI TICKET VOTES SMK 5 017 0.19 0.0134

AI CONNOR, R SMK 206 0.01 0.0006

AI LIDDLE, K SMK 12 .. ..

AI Group Total SMK 5 235 0.20 0.0140

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Queensland

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

AJ TICKET VOTES SPA 1 874 0.07 0.0050

AJ TRAVIS, H SPA 729 0.03 0.0019

AJ MUIRHEAD, N SPA 60 .. 0.0002

AJ Group Total SPA 2 663 0.10 0.0071

Formal 2 619 461 97.84

Informal 57 947 2.16

Total 2 677 408 94.17

Enrolled 2 843 100

Quota 374 209

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Western Australia (2014 re-election)

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

A TICKET VOTES WKP

6 988 0.55 0.0383

A MESZAROS, T WKP

947 0.07 0.0052

A NICOL, L WKP

127 0.01 0.0007

A Group Total WKP

8 062 0.63 0.0442

B TICKET VOTES NP

36 663 2.87 0.2008

B VAN STYN, S NP

1 880 0.15 0.0103

B DE GRUSSA, C NP

275 0.02 0.0015

B Group Total NP

38 818 3.04 0.2127

C TICKET VOTES

5 195 0.41 0.0285

C WOOLF, R

2 262 0.18 0.0124

C JAMES, V

322 0.03 0.0018

C Group Total

7 779 0.61 0.0426

D TICKET VOTES DEM

3 046 0.24 0.0167

D FERNANDEZ, C DEM

401 0.03 0.0022

D THIEL, W DEM

45 .. 0.0002

D Group Total DEM

3 492 0.27 0.0191

E TICKET VOTES PIR

5 857 0.46 0.0321

E BOYD, F PIR

346 0.03 0.0019

E ALLEN, M PIR

67 0.01 0.0004

E Group Total PIR

6 270 0.49 0.0343

F TICKET VOTES ALP

265 041 20.74 1.4519

F BULLOCK, J # ALP 2 3 982 0.31 0.0218

F PRATT, L * ALP

5 390 0.42 0.0295

F HILL, S ALP

319 0.02 0.0017

F ANDRIC, K ALP

362 0.03 0.0020

F Group Total ALP

275 094 21.53 1.5070

G TICKET VOTES AMEP

6 681 0.52 0.0366

G HOWLETT, R AMEP

290 0.02 0.0016

G ZANDVLIET, R AMEP

24 .. 0.0001

G Group Total AMEP

6 995 0.55 0.0383

H TICKET VOTES TCS

787 0.06 0.0043

H KOUTALIANOS, B TCS

38 .. 0.0002

H ASHBY, L TCS

12 .. 0.0001

H Group Total TCS

837 0.07 0.0046

I TICKET VOTES VEP

7 401 0.58 0.0405

I NITSCHKE, P VEP

1 165 0.09 0.0064

I DUFFIELD, J VEP

32 .. 0.0002

I Group Total VEP

8 598 0.67 0.0471

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Western Australia (2014 re-election)

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

J TICKET VOTES LDP

22 917 1.79 0.1255

J FRYAR, J LDP

288 0.02 0.0016

J HAMILTON, N LDP

46 .. 0.0003

J Group Total LDP

23 251 1.82 0.1274

K TICKET VOTES VCE

948 0.07 0.0052

K PARKES, B VCE

36 .. 0.0002

K BUTLER, S VCE

18 .. 0.0001

K Group Total VCE

1 002 0.08 0.0055

L TICKET VOTES BAP

1 002 0.08 0.0055

L BEZANT, K BAP

36 .. 0.0002

L SMEE, D BAP

9 .. ..

L Group Total BAP

1 047 0.08 0.0057

M TICKET VOTES BRP

767 0.06 0.0042

M FELS, A BRP

65 0.01 0.0004

M CHANDRA, F BRP

10 .. 0.0001

M Group Total BRP

842 0.07 0.0046

N TICKET VOTES FFP

9 029 0.71 0.0495

N ROSE, L FFP

382 0.03 0.0021

N HENG, H FFP

60 .. 0.0003

N Group Total FFP

9 471 0.74 0.0519

O TICKET VOTES SPP

2 436 0.19 0.0133

O STRACHAN, P SPP

602 0.05 0.0033

O BOURKE, W SPP

25 .. 0.0001

O Group Total SPP

3 063 0.24 0.0168

P TICKET VOTES PUP

153 870 12.04 0.8429

P WANG, Z PUP 5 2 482 0.19 0.0136

P HEADLAND, D PUP

1 176 0.09 0.0064

P TERBLANCHE, C PUP

212 0.02 0.0012

P Group Total PUP

157 740 12.34 0.8641

Q TICKET VOTES SPRT

3 931 0.31 0.0215

Q DROPULICH, W SPRT

224 0.02 0.0012

Q LACKOVIC, A SPRT

11 .. 0.0001

Q Group Total SPRT

4 166 0.33 0.0228

R TICKET VOTES LP

427 658 33.47 2.3428

R JOHNSTON, D * LP 1 6 002 0.47 0.0329

R CASH, M * LP 4 546 0.04 0.0030

R REYNOLDS, L # LP 6 585 0.05 0.0032

R BROCKMAN, S LP 429 0.03 0.0024

R Group Total LP 435 220 34.06 2.3842

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Western Australia (2014 re-election)

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

S TICKET VOTES ASP

12 395 0.97 0.0679

S BOW, M ASP

722 0.06 0.0040

S PARKES, J ASP

45 .. 0.0002

S Group Total ASP

13 162 1.03 0.0721

T TICKET VOTES HMP

12 578 0.98 0.0689

T MOYLAN, J HMP

947 0.07 0.0052

T MOYLAN, T HMP

54 .. 0.0003

T Group Total HMP

13 579 1.06 0.0744

U TICKET VOTES RPA

658 0.05 0.0036

U ANDERSON, M RPA

78 0.01 0.0004

U HOLLICK, R RPA

7 .. ..

U Group Total RPA

743 0.06 0.0041

V TICKET VOTES SMK

3 503 0.27 0.0192

V KATZ-BARBER, M SMK

93 0.01 0.0005

V DI RADO, D SMK

13 .. 0.0001

V Group Total SMK

3 609 0.28 0.0198

W TICKET VOTES AFLP

4 513 0.35 0.0247

W McCARTHY, D AFLP

103 0.01 0.0006

W WYATT, S AFLP

12 .. 0.0001

W Group Total AFLP

4 628 0.36 0.0254

X TICKET VOTES AUC

18 123 1.42 0.0993

X MORAN, R AUC

1 384 0.11 0.0076

X MOSELEY, J AUC

142 0.01 0.0008

X Group Total AUC

19 649 1.54 0.1076

Y TICKET VOTES SPA

664 0.05 0.0036

Y CUTHBERT, S SPA

261 0.02 0.0014

Y THOMPSON, A SPA

25 .. 0.0001

Y Group Total SPA

950 0.07 0.0052

Z TICKET VOTES RUA

1 961 0.15 0.0107

Z FOREMAN, J RUA

252 0.02 0.0014

Z BENNETT, J RUA

11 .. 0.0001

Z Group Total RUA

2 224 0.17 0.0122

AA TICKET VOTES GRN

179 212 14.02 0.9817

AA LUDLAM, S * GRN 3 19 633 1.54 0.1076

AA CUNNINGHAM, C GRN

192 0.02 0.0011

AA JAMES, I GRN

58 .. 0.0003

AA STEELE-JOHN, J GRN 27 .. 0.0001

AA NIELSEN-HARVEY, S GRN 91 0.01 0.0005

AA CULLITY, J GRN 145 0.01 0.0008

AA Group Total GRN 199 358 15.60 1.0921

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Western Australia (2014 re-election)

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

AB TICKET VOTES DLP

2 548 0.20 0.0140

AB GOOD, A DLP

159 0.01 0.0009

AB KIERNAN, C DLP

20 .. 0.0001

AB Group Total DLP

2 727 0.21 0.0149

AC TICKET VOTES KAP

1 068 0.08 0.0059

AC BOUWMAN, P KAP

97 0.01 0.0005

AC HODDINOTT, S KAP

17 .. 0.0001

AC Group Total KAP

1 182 0.09 0.0065

AD TICKET VOTES AJP

7 759 0.61 0.0425

AD LOVE, K AJP

495 0.04 0.0027

AD SUTTON, A AJP

34 .. 0.0002

AD Group Total AJP

8 288 0.65 0.0454

AE TICKET VOTES ASXP

11 334 0.89 0.0621

AE PATTEN, F ASXP

707 0.06 0.0039

AE COLEMAN, M ASXP

68 0.01 0.0004

AE Group Total ASXP

12 109 0.95 0.0663

AF TICKET VOTES SAL

654 0.05 0.0036

AF BAINBRIDGE, A SAL

145 0.01 0.0008

AF JENKINS, C SAL

19 .. 0.0001

AF Group Total SAL

818 0.06 0.0045

AG TICKET VOTES ODR

2 608 0.20 0.0143

AG FISHLOCK, D ODR

126 0.01 0.0007

AG DE LIMA, J ODR

19 .. 0.0001

AG Group Total ODR

2 753 0.22 0.0151

UG VAN LIESHOUT, T IND

169 0.01 0.0009

UG MUBARAK, K IND

109 0.01 0.0006

UG Group Total

278 0.02 0.0015

Formal

1 277 804 97.50

Informal

32 757 2.50

Total

1 310 561 88.50

Enrolled

1 480 820

Quota 182 544

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South Australia

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

A TICKET VOTES SEP

2 482 0.24 0.0167

A COGAN, J SEP

354 0.03 0.0024

A BYRNE, P SEP

21 .. 0.0001

A Group Total SEP

2 857 0.28 0.0193

B TICKET VOTES FFP

36 152 3.48 0.2437

B DAY, R FFP 5 2 757 0.27 0.0186

B POTTER, J FFP

69 0.01 0.0005

B CASEY, D FFP

54 0.01 0.0004

B Group Total FFP

39 032 3.76 0.2631

C TICKET VOTES DEM

2 518 0.24 0.0170

C WALKER, J DEM

537 0.05 0.0036

C CASTRIQUE, A DEM

41 .. 0.0003

C Group Total DEM

3 096 0.30 0.0209

D TICKET VOTES SPA

722 0.07 0.0049

D CLARKE, M SPA

518 0.05 0.0035

D MACTIER, C SPA

31 .. 0.0002

D Group Total SPA

1 271 0.12 0.0086

E TICKET VOTES LDP

36 212 3.49 0.2441

E GAMEAU, M LDP

413 0.04 0.0028

E NOACK, M LDP

32 .. 0.0002

E Group Total LDP

36 657 3.53 0.2471

F TICKET VOTES PUP

26 313 2.53 0.1774

F McDONALD, J PUP

1 094 0.11 0.0074

F COLLIS, P PUP

77 0.01 0.0005

F Group Total PUP

27 484 2.65 0.1853

G TICKET VOTES XEN

233 860 22.52 1.5764

G XENOPHON, N * XEN 2 24 362 2.35 0.1642

G GRIFF, S XEN

154 0.01 0.0010

G Group Total XEN

258 376 24.88 1.7417

H TICKET VOTES NP

2 912 0.28 0.0196

H STACEY, J NP

174 0.02 0.0012

H TITLEY, R NP

16 .. 0.0001

H Group Total NP

3 102 0.30 0.0209

I TICKET VOTES

1 073 0.10 0.0072

I GREEN, R

334 0.03 0.0023

I NGOR, Z

108 0.01 0.0007

I Group Total

1 515 0.15 0.0102

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South Australia

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

J TICKET VOTES DLP

9 927 0.96 0.0669

J LAWLESS, K DLP

195 0.02 0.0013

J LINSELL, T DLP

21 .. 0.0001

J Group Total DLP

10 143 0.98 0.0684

K TICKET VOTES RUA

1 069 0.10 0.0072

K FLINT, J RUA

161 0.02 0.0011

K HALES, P RUA

11 .. 0.0001

K Group Total RUA

1 241 0.12 0.0084

L TICKET VOTES

495 0.05 0.0033

L MIEGLICH, D

67 0.01 0.0005

L ROHDE, A

19 .. 0.0001

L Group Total

581 0.06 0.0039

M TICKET VOTES CYA

290 0.03 0.0020

M DAVIES, S CYA

19 .. 0.0001

M MICHELMORE, J CYA

16 .. 0.0001

M Group Total CYA

325 0.03 0.0022

N TICKET VOTES ASXP

9 448 0.91 0.0637

N MILKA, D ASXP

912 0.09 0.0061

N VIRGO, J ASXP

67 0.01 0.0005

N Group Total ASXP

10 427 1.00 0.0703

O TICKET VOTES AIN

1 930 0.19 0.0130

O CRAGO, T AIN

147 0.01 0.0010

O MAXWELL-JONES, G AIN

12 .. 0.0001

O Group Total AIN

2 089 0.20 0.0141

P TICKET VOTES GRN

60 141 5.79 0.4054

P HANSON-YOUNG, S * GRN 4 13 100 1.26 0.0883

P MORTIER, N GRN

175 0.02 0.0012

P CAREY, M GRN

196 0.02 0.0013

P Group Total GRN

73 612 7.09 0.4962

Q TICKET VOTES AJP

5 791 0.56 0.0390

Q THOMAS, C AJP

522 0.05 0.0035

Q SUTTON, S AJP

126 0.01 0.0008

Q Group Total AJP

6 439 0.62 0.0434

R TICKET VOTES TCS

1 012 0.10 0.0068

R ASHBY, L TCS

99 0.01 0.0007

R SMITH, D TCS

5 .. ..

R Group Total TCS 1 116 0.11 0.0075

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South Australia

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

S TICKET VOTES HMP

5 525 0.53 0.0372

S THORPE, R HMP

479 0.05 0.0032

S CALVERT, C HMP

28 .. 0.0002

S Group Total HMP

6 032 0.58 0.0407

T TICKET VOTES DRF

994 0.10 0.0067

T ADAMS, D DRF

116 0.01 0.0008

T JIGGENS, J DRF

8 .. 0.0001

T Group Total DRF

1 118 0.11 0.0075

U TICKET VOTES ON

2 734 0.26 0.0184

U FITZPATRICK, P ON

224 0.02 0.0015

U DUNBAR, K ON

10 .. 0.0001

U Group Total ON

2 968 0.29 0.0200

V TICKET VOTES SPP

490 0.05 0.0033

V OATES, G SPP

261 0.03 0.0018

V WEARNE, M SPP

14 .. 0.0001

V Group Total SPP

765 0.07 0.0052

W TICKET VOTES AUC

2 966 0.29 0.0200

W GRACE, T AUC

548 0.05 0.0037

W ENGELA, T AUC

26 .. 0.0002

W Group Total AUC

3 540 0.34 0.0239

X TICKET VOTES ASP

5 582 0.54 0.0376

X MARKS, M ASP

518 0.05 0.0035

X HAHN, J ASP

51 .. 0.0003

X Group Total ASP

6 151 0.59 0.0415

Y TICKET VOTES KAP

1 453 0.14 0.0098

Y O'ROURKE, G KAP

200 0.02 0.0013

Y O'ROURKE, L KAP

13 .. 0.0001

Y Group Total KAP

1 666 0.16 0.0112

Z TICKET VOTES SMK

1 828 0.18 0.0123

Z LOCK, T SMK

63 0.01 0.0004

Z FROST, A SMK

8 .. 0.0001

Z Group Total SMK

1 899 0.18 0.0128

AA TICKET VOTES VEP

2 746 0.26 0.0185

AA BROMSON, M VEP

411 0.04 0.0028

AA BOEREMA, M VEP

41 .. 0.0003

AA Group Total VEP

3 198 0.31 0.0216

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South Australia

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

AB TICKET VOTES ALP

225 558 21.72 1.5205

AB WONG, P * ALP 3 9 033 0.87 0.0609

AB FARRELL, D * ALP

401 0.04 0.0027

AB PISONI, S ALP

320 0.03 0.0022

AB Group Total ALP

235 312 22.66 1.5862

AC TICKET VOTES BAP

836 0.08 0.0056

AC NOBLE, M BAP

25 .. 0.0002

AC ADAMS, W BAP

1 .. ..

AC Group Total BAP

862 0.08 0.0058

AD TICKET VOTES AMEP

6 426 0.62 0.0433

AD GREEN, N AMEP

350 0.03 0.0024

AD STEWART, R AMEP

46 .. 0.0003

AD Group Total AMEP

6 822 0.66 0.0460

AE TICKET VOTES AFLP

3 231 0.31 0.0218

AE HAYDON, D AFLP

113 0.01 0.0008

AE MILES, C AFLP

10 .. 0.0001

AE Group Total AFLP

3 354 0.32 0.0226

AF TICKET VOTES ODR

.. .. ..

AF BURGESS, S ODR

141 0.01 0.0010

AF BENNETT, G ODR

4 .. ..

AF Group Total ODR

145 0.01 0.0010

AG TICKET VOTES LP

277 865 26.76 1.8731

AG BERNARDI, C * LP 1 5 554 0.53 0.0374

AG BIRMINGHAM, S * LP 6 1 013 0.10 0.0068

AG WEBB, C LP

346 0.03 0.0023

AG BURGESS, G LP

280 0.03 0.0019

AG Group Total LP

285 058 27.45 1.9215

UG COCHRANE, C IND 82 0.01 0.0006

UG WEAVER, R IND 99 0.01 0.0007

UG Group Total 181 0.02 0.0012

Formal 1 038 434 97.35

Informal 28 225 2.65

Total

1 066 659 94.35

Enrolled

1 130 572

Quota

148 348

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Tasmania

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

A TICKET VOTES CYA

720 0.21 0.0150

A ARNOL, C CYA

197 0.06 0.0041

A GARTH, D CYA

34 0.01 0.0007

A Group Total CYA

951 0.28 0.0198

B TICKET VOTES LDP

7 505 2.23 0.1559

B MEAD, C LDP

247 0.07 0.0051

B LLOYD, K LDP

55 0.02 0.0011

B Group Total LDP

7 807 2.32 0.1622

C TICKET VOTES ALP

101 711 30.19 2.1129

C BROWN, C * ALP 2 4 515 1.34 0.0938

C BILYK, C * ALP 4 819 0.24 0.0170

C THORP, L * ALP

2 517 0.75 0.0523

C DOWLING, J ALP

1 055 0.31 0.0219

C Group Total ALP

110 617 32.83 2.2980

D TICKET VOTES RUA

836 0.25 0.0174

D LAMONT, P RUA

138 0.04 0.0029

D GATHERCOLE, P RUA

22 0.01 0.0005

D Group Total RUA

996 0.30 0.0207

E TICKET VOTES LP

118 097 35.05 2.4534

E COLBECK, R * LP 1 5 657 1.68 0.1175

E BUSHBY, D * LP 3 1 356 0.40 0.0282

E CHANDLER, S LP

637 0.19 0.0132

E COURTNEY, S LP

653 0.19 0.0136

E Group Total LP

126 400 37.51 2.6258

F TICKET VOTES PUP

20 293 6.02 0.4216

F LAMBIE, J PUP 6 1 501 0.45 0.0312

F DEAKIN, K PUP

390 0.12 0.0081

F Group Total PUP

22 184 6.58 0.4609

G TICKET VOTES AUC

1 332 0.40 0.0277

G SWARTS, K AUC

267 0.08 0.0055

G JONGELING, A AUC

23 0.01 0.0005

G Group Total AUC

1 622 0.48 0.0337

H TICKET VOTES DLP

2 395 0.71 0.0498

H FERRI, R DLP

171 0.05 0.0036

H McNAMARA, G DLP 32 0.01 0.0007

H Group Total DLP 2 598 0.77 0.0540

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Tasmania

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

I TICKET VOTES PIR 1 452 0.43 0.0302

I RANDLE, T PIR 441 0.13 0.0092

I STOREY, T PIR 61 0.02 0.0013

I Group Total PIR 1 954 0.58 0.0406

J TICKET VOTES GRN

28 673 8.51 0.5957

J WHISH-WILSON, P * GRN 5 9 137 2.71 0.1898

J BURNET, H GRN

1 103 0.33 0.0229

J ANN, P GRN

371 0.11 0.0077

J Group Total GRN

39 284 11.66 0.8161

K TICKET VOTES HMP

1 444 0.43 0.0300

K OWEN, M HMP

250 0.07 0.0052

K REEVES, J HMP

20 0.01 0.0004

K Group Total HMP

1 714 0.51 0.0356

L TICKET VOTES ASP

3 242 0.96 0.0673

L ALLEN, M ASP

393 0.12 0.0082

L BROADBY, S ASP

62 0.02 0.0013

L Group Total ASP

3 697 1.10 0.0768

M TICKET VOTES AIN

2 288 0.68 0.0475

M SOLOMON, N AIN

166 0.05 0.0034

M WOOD, S AIN

40 0.01 0.0008

M Group Total AIN

2 494 0.74 0.0518

N TICKET VOTES ASXP

4 287 1.27 0.0891

N SWAN, R ASXP

547 0.16 0.0114

N EALES, L ASXP

39 0.01 0.0008

N Group Total ASXP

4 873 1.45 0.1012

O TICKET VOTES SOL

60 0.02 0.0012

O BULLARD, D SOL

32 0.01 0.0007

O WIENER, S SOL

12 .. 0.0002

O Group Total SOL

104 0.03 0.0022

P TICKET VOTES KAP

1 084 0.32 0.0225

P HERBERT, G KAP

265 0.08 0.0055

P ROLLS, J KAP

26 0.01 0.0005

P Group Total KAP

1 375 0.41 0.0286

Q TICKET VOTES TCS

185 0.05 0.0038

Q HAWES, J TCS

19 0.01 0.0004

Q HINES, P TCS

7 .. 0.0001

Q Group Total TCS

211 0.06 0.0044

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Tasmania

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

R TICKET VOTES AFLP 664 0.20 0.0138

R STEWART, M AFLP 58 0.02 0.0012

R STEWART, L AFLP 7 .. 0.0001

R Group Total AFLP 729 0.22 0.0151

S TICKET VOTES SPP

215 0.06 0.0045

S DUDLEY, T SPP

138 0.04 0.0029

S RICHARDSON, P SPP

19 0.01 0.0004

S Group Total SPP

372 0.11 0.0077

T TICKET VOTES RPA

.. .. ..

T ROUEN, N RPA

27 0.01 0.0006

T ROUEN, T RPA

7 .. 0.0001

T Group Total RPA

34 0.01 0.0007

U TICKET VOTES SMK

738 0.22 0.0153

U NICKOLS, R SMK

56 0.02 0.0012

U THOMPSON, M SMK

9 .. 0.0002

U Group Total SMK

803 0.24 0.0167

V TICKET VOTES FFP

3 660 1.09 0.0760

V MADDEN, P FFP

599 0.18 0.0124

V GOELST, A FFP

70 0.02 0.0015

V CRAMP, N FFP

51 0.02 0.0011

V NGAWHARE, M FFP

23 0.01 0.0005

V Group Total FFP

4 403 1.31 0.0915

W TICKET VOTES ODR

1 238 0.37 0.0257

W BEST, I ODR

131 0.04 0.0027

W PHIBBS, J ODR

30 0.01 0.0006

W Group Total ODR

1 399 0.42 0.0291

UG ROBERTS, A IND

332 0.10 0.0069

UG Group Total

332 0.10 0.0069

Formal

336 953 97.54

Informal

8 486 2.46

Total

345 439 95.08

Enrolled

363 331

Quota

48 137

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Australian Capital Territory

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

A TICKET VOTES AJP

2 113 0.86 0.0257

A FILLINGER, M AJP

722 0.29 0.0088

A MONTAGNE, J AJP

157 0.06 0.0019

A Group Total AJP

2 992 1.21 0.0364

B TICKET VOTES KAP

859 0.35 0.0104

B BAILEY, S KAP

483 0.20 0.0059

B ARNOLD, J KAP

74 0.03 0.0009

B Group Total KAP

1 416 0.57 0.0172

C TICKET VOTES GRN

29 604 12.00 0.3599

C SHEIKH, S GRN

17 168 6.96 0.2087

C ESGUERRA, I GRN

781 0.32 0.0095

C Group Total GRN

47 553 19.27 0.5782

D TICKET VOTES SPP

414 0.17 0.0050

D O'CONNOR, M SPP

498 0.20 0.0061

D GRAHAM, G SPP

19 0.01 0.0002

D Group Total SPP

931 0.38 0.0113

E TICKET VOTES BTA

3 070 1.24 0.0373

E BUCKNELL, C BTA

1 768 0.72 0.0215

E LEMMEY, M BTA

228 0.09 0.0028

E Group Total BTA

5 066 2.05 0.0616

F TICKET VOTES DRF

575 0.23 0.0070

F CUBITT, P DRF

315 0.13 0.0038

F DOWSON, S DRF

24 0.01 0.0003

F Group Total DRF

914 0.37 0.0111

G TICKET VOTES ASXP

6 550 2.65 0.0796

G AVERY, D ASXP

1 882 0.76 0.0229

G MILLER, J ASXP 184 0.07 0.0022

G Group Total ASXP 8 616 3.49 0.1048

H TICKET VOTES RUA 857 0.35 0.0104

H ROSS, I RUA 480 0.19 0.0058

H HENRIQUEZ, J RUA 44 0.02 0.0005

H Group Total RUA 1 381 0.56 0.0168

I TICKET VOTES VEP

2 196 0.89 0.0267

I NITSCHKE, P VEP

1 705 0.69 0.0207

I MACDOUGALL, S VEP

62 0.03 0.0008

I Group Total VEP 3 963 1.61 0.0482

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Australian Capital Territory

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

J TICKET VOTES PUP 4 385 1.78 0.0533

J SLATTERY, W PUP 759 0.31 0.0092

J TEERMAN, P PUP 69 0.03 0.0008

J Group Total PUP 5 213 2.11 0.0634

K TICKET VOTES LP

74 210 30.08 0.9023

K SESELJA, Z # LP 2 5 759 2.33 0.0700

K NASH, M LP

1 644 0.67 0.0200

K Group Total LP

81 613 33.08 0.9923

L TICKET VOTES ALP

71 615 29.02 0.8707

L LUNDY, K * ALP 1 12 690 5.14 0.1543

L SANT, C ALP

669 0.27 0.0081

L Group Total ALP

84 974 34.44 1.0331

M TICKET VOTES AIN

1 260 0.51 0.0153

M FERNIE, A AIN

271 0.11 0.0033

M PETERSEN, V AIN

61 0.02 0.0007

M Group Total AIN

1 592 0.65 0.0194

UG EZEKIEL-HART, E IND

518 0.21 0.0063

UG Group Total

518 0.21 0.0063

Formal

246 742 98.02

Informal

4 980 1.98

Total

251 722 94.87

Enrolled

265 346

Quota

82 248

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Northern Territory

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

A TICKET VOTES PUP

6 655 6.43 0.1929

A TE WAKE, D PUP

604 0.58 0.0175

A McCABE, J PUP

127 0.12 0.0037

A Group Total PUP

7 386 7.14 0.2141

B TICKET VOTES UNP

597 0.58 0.0173

B BELL, G UNP

52 0.05 0.0015

B WATT, K UNP

7 0.01 0.0002

B Group Total UNP

656 0.63 0.0190

C TICKET VOTES SPP

363 0.35 0.0105

C MILES, J SPP

81 0.08 0.0023

C RUSSELL, M SPP

11 0.01 0.0003

C Group Total SPP

455 0.44 0.0132

D TICKET VOTES FNPP

1 207 1.17 0.0350

D KUNOTH-MONKS, R FNPP

261 0.25 0.0076

D GADAMBUA, J FNPP

27 0.03 0.0008

D Group Total FNPP

1 495 1.44 0.0433

E TICKET VOTES CLP

40 714 39.35 1.1803

E SCULLION, N * CLP 1 1 773 1.71 0.0514

E FAZLDEEN, L CLP

294 0.28 0.0085

E Group Total CLP

42 781 41.34 1.2402

F TICKET VOTES ALP

31 798 30.73 0.9218

F PERIS, N # ALP 2 1 416 1.37 0.0411

F FOLEY, R ALP

675 0.65 0.0196

F Group Total ALP

33 889 32.75 0.9825

G TICKET VOTES ASXP

1 863 1.80 0.0540

G EDWARDS, J ASXP

279 0.27 0.0081

G RANDALL, T ASXP 61 0.06 0.0018

G Group Total ASXP 2 203 2.13 0.0639

H TICKET VOTES CEC 265 0.26 0.0077

H WORK, V CEC 36 0.03 0.0010

H STANKOVIC, M CEC 6 0.01 0.0002

H Group Total CEC 307 0.30 0.0089

I TICKET VOTES ASP

2 541 2.46 0.0737

I GRAHAM, M ASP

261 0.25 0.0076

I RIGHTON, C ASP

12 0.01 0.0003

I Group Total ASP 2 814 2.72 0.0816

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Northern Territory

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

J TICKET VOTES RUA 797 0.77 0.0231

J PILE, J RUA 138 0.13 0.0040

J COX, M RUA 40 0.04 0.0012

J Group Total RUA 975 0.94 0.0283

K TICKET VOTES GRN

7 042 6.81 0.2042

K WILLIAMS, W GRN

1 675 1.62 0.0486

K BRAND, M GRN

257 0.25 0.0075

K Group Total GRN

8 974 8.67 0.2602

L TICKET VOTES AIN

1 243 1.20 0.0360

L WALCOTT, P AIN

260 0.25 0.0075

L FUTCHER, L AIN

41 0.04 0.0012

L Group Total AIN

1 544 1.49 0.0448

Formal

103 479 97.33

Informal

2 837 2.67

Total

106 316 82.37

Enrolled

129 079

Quota

34 494

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Table 19: Comparison of House of Representatives and Senate votes by division Per cent ALP LP/NP GRN PUP Others

Division Reps Sen Reps Sen Reps Sen Reps Sen Reps Sen

New South Wales

Banks 41.04 36.27 47.01 34.89 5.00 4.80 2.50 1.97 4.45 22.06

Barton 40.43 38.48 42.35 30.74 5.98 5.50 3.89 2.13 7.34 23.14

Bennelong 32.45 28.77 52.99 40.19 8.42 8.68 1.80 1.51 4.34 20.85

Berowra 18.93 18.99 61.44 47.55 10.02 9.71 2.68 2.14 6.93 21.61

Blaxland 55.73 49.38 32.72 23.89 3.09 2.55 2.71 2.11 5.75 22.06

Bradfield 16.60 16.92 64.84 50.47 12.89 11.23 2.67 1.28 3.00 20.11

Calare 25.39 25.50 57.65 37.91 4.44 5.26 4.77 4.75 7.75 26.58

Charlton 46.44 40.56 28.53 20.56 6.74 5.42 10.89 6.31 7.40 27.15

Chifley 52.30 47.85 32.17 22.30 2.67 2.35 4.08 3.51 8.77 23.98

Cook 24.76 22.70 60.35 46.32 6.56 6.44 4.08 3.11 4.25 21.43

Cowper 25.37 26.49 53.05 36.17 12.37 9.47 6.64 4.62 2.57 23.25

Cunningham 45.54 39.14 33.65 22.79 11.77 11.28 4.66 3.64 4.37 23.15

Dobell 35.11 34.65 41.35 31.89 4.92 5.23 3.39 4.08 15.23 24.15

Eden-Monaro 38.78 29.28 45.27 32.09 7.53 9.69 5.21 4.08 3.21 24.86

Farrer 23.75 25.25 57.81 37.54 4.39 3.95 4.09 4.10 9.97 29.16

Fowler 60.76 54.52 26.76 17.88 3.41 1.97 3.46 2.10 5.60 23.53

Gilmore 35.05 32.07 46.00 31.59 9.30 8.61 6.31 4.67 3.34 23.06

Grayndler 47.20 37.48 24.70 18.98 23.03 23.90 1.71 1.28 3.37 18.36

Greenway 44.48 35.92 40.04 31.35 3.69 3.74 4.04 3.38 7.75 25.61

Hughes 32.07 29.05 54.68 39.81 4.46 3.95 5.90 3.77 2.89 23.43

Hume 26.06 24.70 53.97 39.28 5.73 5.72 4.41 4.28 9.83 26.02

Hunter 44.50 36.74 35.11 24.83 5.89 4.13 7.62 6.09 6.88 28.21

Kingsford Smith 42.02 35.79 43.50 31.68 9.79 10.29 1.87 1.70 2.82 20.53

Lindsay 39.03 32.73 46.64 36.07 3.06 3.04 5.15 5.01 6.12 23.15

Lyne 21.28 23.55 53.19 40.78 6.19 6.73 5.48 4.93 13.86 24.01

Macarthur 30.63 29.58 54.33 37.87 4.62 3.47 5.78 4.87 4.63 24.21

Mackellar 17.24 16.72 62.43 47.03 14.19 11.47 4.17 2.73 1.98 22.04

Macquarie 31.00 25.49 47.36 36.41 11.10 12.62 4.15 3.85 6.39 21.63

McMahon 50.19 42.13 40.59 28.43 2.93 2.28 3.48 2.78 2.82 24.38

Mitchell 20.52 20.78 65.47 50.15 6.41 5.30 3.22 2.27 4.37 21.50

New England 11.86 21.97 54.21 38.90 4.58 5.90 5.20 4.98 24.15 28.25

Newcastle 43.73 40.22 34.66 23.33 12.00 11.27 4.11 3.98 5.49 21.20

North Sydney 20.04 20.51 61.04 45.30 15.35 14.61 1.69 1.23 1.87 18.35

Page 38.79 29.65 46.65 34.32 6.52 8.17 4.81 5.14 3.23 22.72

Parkes 20.80 21.94 64.01 40.10 5.18 3.46 7.42 5.09 2.60 29.41

Parramatta 41.26 37.77 44.31 33.04 5.29 5.15 2.18 1.79 6.96 22.26

Paterson 29.63 29.32 53.86 34.87 6.67 5.55 6.26 4.86 3.58 25.40

Reid 40.57 35.98 47.11 35.40 6.95 7.34 1.51 1.38 3.86 19.90

Richmond 33.51 28.78 37.60 30.14 17.69 16.68 7.46 6.28 3.75 18.13

Riverina 20.43 22.98 59.18 41.14 3.60 3.41 5.17 4.39 11.63 28.08

Robertson 34.83 32.11 43.42 36.20 5.57 7.10 2.34 3.22 13.85 21.38

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Table 19: Comparison of House of Representatives and Senate votes by division continued

Per cent

ALP

LP/NP

GRN

PUP

Others

Division Reps Sen Reps Sen Reps Sen Reps Sen Reps Sen

New South Wales continued

Shortland 48.69 41.06 37.81 25.97 6.04 5.52 6.21 4.75 1.26 22.70

Sydney 46.03 33.06 30.52 22.83 17.33 23.59 1.43 1.23 4.69 19.28

Throsby 45.00 44.11 37.96 24.91 5.47 5.73 4.60 3.58 6.97 21.67

Warringah 19.32 17.31 60.89 46.66 15.53 14.60 2.20 1.65 2.07 19.78

Watson 49.51 45.17 38.74 25.79 5.28 4.41 2.49 1.61 3.98 23.03

Wentworth 19.37 20.05 63.32 42.15 14.61 17.53 1.08 1.04 1.61 19.23

Werriwa 44.09 42.56 39.67 28.37 3.27 2.50 4.35 3.52 8.63 23.04

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Table 19: Comparison of House of Representatives and Senate votes by division continued

Per cent

ALP

LP/NP

GRN

PUP

Others

Division Reps Sen Reps Sen Reps Sen Reps Sen Reps Sen

Victoria

Aston 32.63 30.56

51.59 46.30

5.88 6.21

3.76 4.14

6.14 12.79

Ballarat 41.91 34.31

38.00 36.50

9.51 10.92

3.63 4.24

6.95 14.03

Batman 41.29 39.20

22.46 22.29

26.40 24.37

2.53 2.36

7.32 11.78

Bendigo 36.56 32.84

44.69 39.15

9.30 11.34

2.52 3.40

6.93 13.27

Bruce 41.90 37.68

42.96 40.72

6.64 6.59

2.63 2.39

5.87 12.62

Calwell 49.81 47.92

28.49 28.67

5.39 4.64

4.34 4.11

11.98 14.67

Casey 27.85 25.93

49.18 44.48

10.89 10.04

4.98 5.24

7.10 14.31

Chisholm 39.50 32.28

44.12 42.93

9.45 11.70

1.63 1.87

5.30 11.22

Corangamite 32.03 28.91

48.90 44.29

11.86 12.50

2.18 3.22

5.03 11.08

Corio 43.51 40.23

35.20 33.81

7.31 8.54

5.68 4.68

8.31 12.74

Deakin 32.73 29.34

45.88 43.76

10.83 12.38

2.21 2.55

8.35 11.96

Dunkley 30.88 29.26

48.75 44.38

9.32 9.14

4.22 4.74

6.83 12.47

Flinders 25.20 25.47

55.34 47.63

9.74 9.53

6.00 5.45

3.72 11.92

Gellibrand 46.04 41.96

26.71 25.40

16.73 16.32

3.91 3.49

6.61 12.83

Gippsland 23.15 26.17

53.76 47.37

5.70 6.37

4.28 5.12

13.11 14.97

Goldstein 23.83 20.78

56.51 52.84

15.90 15.09

2.26 1.84

1.50 9.46

Gorton 50.73 49.87

25.48 25.32

6.39 4.19

5.98 5.74

11.42 14.89

Higgins 24.08 21.79

54.37 49.84

16.80 17.13

1.59 1.46

3.16 9.78

Holt 48.19 44.76

32.63 31.89

3.88 3.84

5.51 4.82

9.78 14.70

Hotham 47.13 38.99

37.14 36.78

8.52 8.61

3.47 2.78

3.73 12.84

Indi 11.65 22.99

44.68 48.57

3.42 7.87

2.71 3.88

37.54 16.70

Isaacs 41.33 37.02

40.21 38.97

7.06 7.87

3.28 3.51

8.12 12.63

Jagajaga 38.00 30.63

41.94 39.72

12.95 15.41

2.68 2.90

4.43 11.33

Kooyong 22.43 20.61

55.69 51.19

16.58 17.14

1.60 1.40

3.69 9.66

La Trobe 32.06 29.55

46.05 43.12

10.02 9.77

5.08 4.85

6.79 12.72

Lalor 45.17 43.90

29.26 29.80

6.01 5.75

5.80 5.69

13.76 14.85

Mallee 17.50 18.75

65.98 57.53

3.07 3.75

3.36 4.00

10.09 15.97

Maribyrnong 47.90 43.48

33.03 32.66

9.90 8.47

2.74 2.70

6.43 12.69

McEwen 37.62 34.87

40.34 38.35

7.10 6.98

6.74 6.24

8.20 13.57

McMillan 25.05 26.50

50.36 45.45

7.62 7.53

4.66 5.39

12.31 15.13

Melbourne 26.60 29.36

22.83 24.85

42.62 34.35

0.92 1.12

7.03 10.33

Melbourne Ports 31.67 25.89

41.05 41.70

20.17 20.83

1.38 1.39

5.73 10.19

Menzies 25.66 24.78

58.88 53.35

8.63 8.56

2.65 2.45

4.18 10.86

Murray 20.74 21.67

61.41 54.40

3.93 4.25

3.34 4.20

10.58 15.47

Scullin 50.26 46.41

29.14 29.27

7.49 6.34

6.62 4.44

6.49 13.54

Wannon 29.53 26.34

53.73 48.77

6.43 6.69

3.99 4.01

6.33 14.20

Wills 45.14 38.77

22.84 23.92

22.23 22.04

2.38 2.51

7.40 12.76

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Table 19: Comparison of House of Representatives and Senate votes by division continued

Per cent

ALP

LP/NP

GRN

PUP

Others

Division Reps Sen Reps Sen Reps Sen Reps Sen Reps Sen

Queensland

Blair 41.55 36.69

33.85 30.98

4.25 4.00

12.41 11.94

7.93 16.38

Bonner 36.01 32.92

46.80 41.52

6.84 7.07

7.82 7.28

2.53 11.22

Bowman 29.88 28.10

49.28 42.69

5.98 5.63

12.71 11.14

2.15 12.44

Brisbane 30.12 26.48

47.99 44.64

14.34 14.89

4.19 4.16

3.36 9.83

Capricornia 37.04 34.41

39.58 36.75

3.43 3.21

7.95 8.63

12.01 17.00

Dawson 29.71 29.02

46.23 40.79

5.02 3.47

10.02 9.60

9.03 17.12

Dickson 31.32 29.66

48.01 40.62

6.42 6.60

9.79 9.62

4.46 13.50

Fadden 22.22 22.71

53.61 49.10

4.99 3.86

14.67 13.17

4.51 11.16

Fairfax 18.24 21.46

41.32 41.24

8.33 7.93

26.49 16.85

5.63 12.53

Fisher 20.93 22.29

44.47 42.19

7.59 7.44

17.42 15.61

9.60 12.47

Flynn 33.44 29.66

46.02 41.75

2.21 2.26

9.25 9.58

9.09 16.75

Forde 34.00 31.68

42.54 38.23

4.17 3.76

12.45 12.31

6.84 14.03

Griffith 40.36 33.18

42.22 38.85

10.18 13.50

3.36 4.29

3.87 10.19

Groom 22.10 21.92

55.64 48.71

4.34 4.09

9.35 8.63

8.57 16.65

Herbert 29.38 29.10

43.34 38.94

5.24 4.70

8.88 8.37

13.15 18.88

Hinkler 27.60 28.14

44.75 41.93

2.72 2.82

17.65 12.87

7.28 14.24

Kennedy 16.38 21.91

40.84 41.48

3.24 3.36

7.63 8.02

31.91 25.24

Leichhardt 32.57 31.41

45.26 38.00

6.59 6.83

8.55 7.46

7.03 16.30

Lilley 40.21 34.96

41.32 38.01

7.67 8.24

6.87 7.22

3.93 11.57

Longman 30.65 31.39

44.84 37.06

3.94 3.86

12.79 13.04

7.78 14.65

Maranoa 16.29 18.67

57.42 51.68

3.07 2.55

13.91 9.31

9.31 17.78

McPherson 22.75 23.55

50.16 46.76

6.86 5.73

15.92 12.54

4.31 11.41

Moncrieff 20.82 21.50

55.69 51.17

6.45 4.81

13.68 11.71

3.36 10.79

Moreton 38.73 34.06

42.24 39.12

9.99 10.32

5.03 5.24

4.02 11.25

Oxley 43.10 39.98

38.44 33.85

5.39 5.48

7.10 7.83

5.98 12.86

Petrie 39.52 34.86

40.65 37.55

4.52 4.52

10.20 10.37

5.11 12.71

Rankin 42.18 39.79

36.37 31.88

5.29 3.93

11.09 9.88

5.06 14.52

Ryan 25.51 23.56

51.68 47.34

14.44 14.00

4.97 4.72

3.40 10.38

Wide Bay 20.71 21.56

48.87 43.15

6.55 6.15

15.88 14.20

7.99 14.93

Wright 21.39 22.13

47.84 44.29

5.40 4.94

14.48 12.82

10.89 15.81

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Table 19: Comparison of House of Representatives and Senate votes by division

Per cent

ALP LP/NP GRN PUP Others

Division Reps Sen Reps Sen Reps Sen Reps Sen Reps Sen

Western Australia (a)

Brand 40.39 29.52

38.72 25.73

7.30 12.91

7.50 17.87

6.09 13.97

Canning 26.64 22.63

52.99 33.67

7.40 11.65

6.88 16.55

6.08 15.50

Cowan 32.29 24.78

49.59 33.23

7.91 13.48

5.33 13.98

4.87 14.53

Curtin 17.91 12.20

62.06 51.49

15.31 22.12

2.64 4.25

2.08 9.94

Durack 20.28 19.11

61.17 43.64

7.06 9.13

6.75 13.98

4.73 14.13

Forrest 25.26 19.57

56.17 39.46

9.52 13.69

5.03 13.30

4.01 13.98

Fremantle 40.82 25.44

38.14 28.77

11.89 22.98

3.96 10.94

5.20 11.87

Hasluck 32.74 24.78

45.42 31.03

7.63 14.25

6.86 15.05

7.35 14.90

Moore 26.01 18.68

53.08 39.26

9.95 16.09

6.69 12.38

4.27 13.60

O'Connor 17.25 14.63

64.47 47.34

6.82 9.77

4.34 13.33

7.11 14.92

Pearce 25.88 19.77

50.57 34.96

11.23 14.45

7.47 16.24

4.85 14.57

Perth 41.25 25.96

39.81 31.03

10.61 21.19

3.49 9.29

4.83 12.53

Stirling 28.33 23.30

51.82 38.45

11.27 16.73

4.02 9.08

4.56 12.44

Swan 30.61 22.91

48.86 35.94

11.55 18.88

4.23 9.71

4.75 12.56

Tangney 24.33 18.87

57.17 44.72

10.42 16.02

4.38 8.55

3.70 11.84

South Australia

Adelaide 42.26 23.18

42.06 28.84

10.12 11.75

2.12 1.36

3.44 34.86

Barker 18.37 14.73

56.96 37.08

5.65 3.24

3.92 3.32

15.12 41.63

Boothby 30.77 19.16

50.35 28.67

11.97 10.04

3.01 1.62

3.91 40.51

Grey 27.30 21.27

55.65 34.87

3.71 2.69

5.03 4.45

8.31 36.72

Hindmarsh 37.95 23.46

46.17 29.18

8.84 7.63

2.47 1.79

4.57 37.93

Kingston 49.26 28.18

32.40 19.70

6.89 6.89

4.22 2.95

7.23 42.27

Makin 45.56 25.46

37.20 24.20

5.91 5.42

4.15 3.02

7.18 41.90

Mayo 21.14 13.39

53.82 31.19

14.15 10.63

3.76 2.25

7.14 42.55

Port Adelaide 50.58 34.92

26.32 16.05

8.61 6.71

5.74 3.22

8.75 39.09

Sturt 28.90 18.51

54.40 32.23

9.80 8.07

2.99 1.52

3.92 39.67

Wakefield 41.52 27.11

37.89 23.17

5.15 4.72

4.28 3.71

11.15 41.28

Tasmania

Bass 34.65 30.79

47.85 41.61

7.90 9.87

5.39 6.09

4.21 11.65

Braddon 37.59 31.97

46.86 41.59

5.17 5.32

9.29 9.83

1.10 11.28

Denison 24.75 35.67

23.23 29.58

7.92 19.58

2.43 4.27

41.67 10.89

Franklin 39.93 34.01

38.71 36.21

12.18 14.52

6.10 4.91

3.08 10.34

Lyons 36.82 31.70

44.39 38.54

8.32 9.02

7.03 7.82

3.44 12.91

Australian Capital Territory

Canberra 41.06 33.59

37.87 35.47

12.67 17.44

3.21 2.23

5.19 11.28

Fraser 44.66 35.24

31.62 30.83

14.07 20.99

2.44 2.00

7.21 10.94

Northern Territory

Lingiari 39.75 32.13

38.23 39.64

7.76 8.36

4.17 7.52

10.09 12.35

Solomon 35.43 33.29

44.69 42.84

7.99 8.95

5.04 6.80

6.85 8.13

(a) Senate results are for the re-election on 5 April 2014.

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Appendix 1: Electoral division classification Party status (a)

Division Region Socio-economic status (b) 2010 election 2013 election

New South Wales

Banks Inner Metropolitan Upper Middle Marginal ALP Marginal LP

Barton Inner Metropolitan Upper Middle Fairly Safe ALP Marginal LP

Bennelong Inner Metropolitan High Marginal LP Fairly Safe LP

Berowra Outer Metropolitan High Safe LP Safe LP

Blaxland Inner Metropolitan Low Safe ALP Safe ALP

Bradfield Inner Metropolitan High Safe LP Safe LP

Calare Rural Low Safe NP Safe NP

Charlton Provincial Lower Middle Safe ALP Fairly Safe ALP

Chifley Outer Metropolitan Low Safe ALP Safe ALP

Cook Inner Metropolitan High Safe LP Safe LP

Cowper Rural Low Fairly Safe NP Safe NP

Cunningham Provincial Upper Middle Safe ALP Fairly Safe ALP

Dobell Provincial Lower Middle Marginal ALP Marginal LP

Eden-Monaro Rural Lower Middle Marginal ALP Marginal LP

Farrer Rural Low Safe LP Safe LP

Fowler Outer Metropolitan Low Fairly Safe ALP Safe ALP

Gilmore Rural Lower Middle Marginal LP Marginal LP

Grayndler Inner Metropolitan High Marginal ALP Safe ALP

Greenway Outer Metropolitan Upper Middle Marginal ALP Marginal ALP

Hughes Outer Metropolitan High Marginal LP Safe LP

Hume Rural Lower Middle Fairly Safe LP Safe LP

Hunter Rural Low Safe ALP Marginal ALP

Kingsford Smith Inner Metropolitan High Marginal ALP Marginal ALP

Lindsay Outer Metropolitan Lower Middle Marginal ALP Marginal LP

Lyne Rural Low Safe IND Safe NP

Macarthur Outer Metropolitan Upper Middle Marginal LP Safe LP

Mackellar Outer Metropolitan High Safe LP Safe LP

Macquarie Provincial Upper Middle Marginal LP Marginal LP

McMahon Outer Metropolitan Low Fairly Safe ALP Marginal ALP

Mitchell Outer Metropolitan High Safe LP Safe LP

New England Rural Low Safe IND Safe NP

Newcastle Provincial Lower Middle Safe ALP Fairly Safe ALP

North Sydney Inner Metropolitan High Safe LP Safe LP

Page Rural Low Marginal ALP Marginal NP

Parkes Rural Low Safe NP Safe NP

Parramatta Inner Metropolitan Lower Middle Marginal ALP Marginal ALP

Paterson Rural Low Marginal LP Fairly Safe LP

Reid Inner Metropolitan Upper Middle Marginal ALP Marginal LP

Richmond Rural Low Fairly Safe ALP Marginal ALP

Riverina Rural Low Safe NP Safe NP

Robertson Provincial Lower Middle Marginal ALP Marginal LP

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Party status (a)

Division Region Socio-economic status (b) 2010 election 2013 election

New South Wales continued Shortland Provincial Lower Middle Safe ALP Fairly Safe ALP

Sydney Inner Metropolitan High Safe ALP Safe ALP

Throsby Provincial Low Safe ALP Fairly Safe ALP

Warringah Inner Metropolitan High Safe LP Safe LP

Watson Inner Metropolitan Low Fairly Safe ALP Fairly Safe ALP

Wentworth Inner Metropolitan High Safe LP Safe LP

Werriwa Outer Metropolitan Lower Middle Fairly Safe ALP Marginal ALP

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Appendix 1: Electoral division classification continued

Party status (a)

Division Region Socio-economic status (b) 2010 election 2013 election

Victoria

Aston Outer Metropolitan High Marginal LP Fairly Safe LP

Ballarat Provincial Lower Middle Safe ALP Marginal ALP

Batman Inner Metropolitan Upper Middle Fairly Safe ALP Safe ALP

Bendigo Provincial Lower Middle Fairly Safe ALP Marginal ALP

Bruce Outer Metropolitan Lower Middle Fairly Safe ALP Marginal ALP

Calwell Outer Metropolitan Low Safe ALP Safe ALP

Casey Rural Upper Middle Marginal LP Fairly Safe LP

Chisholm Inner Metropolitan High Fairly Safe ALP Marginal ALP

Corangamite Provincial Upper Middle Marginal ALP Marginal LP

Corio Provincial Low Safe ALP Fairly Safe ALP

Deakin Outer Metropolitan High Marginal ALP Marginal LP

Dunkley Outer Metropolitan Upper Middle Marginal LP Marginal LP

Flinders Rural Lower Middle Fairly Safe LP Safe LP

Gellibrand Inner Metropolitan Lower Middle Safe ALP Safe ALP

Gippsland Rural Low Safe NP Safe NP

Goldstein Inner Metropolitan High Fairly Safe LP Safe LP

Gorton Outer Metropolitan Lower Middle Safe ALP Safe ALP

Higgins Inner Metropolitan High Fairly Safe LP Fairly Safe LP

Holt Outer Metropolitan Lower Middle Safe ALP Fairly Safe ALP

Hotham Inner Metropolitan Upper Middle Safe ALP Fairly Safe ALP

Indi Rural Lower Middle Fairly Safe LP Marginal IND

Isaacs Outer Metropolitan Upper Middle Safe ALP Marginal ALP

Jagajaga Inner Metropolitan High Safe ALP Marginal ALP

Kooyong Inner Metropolitan High Fairly Safe LP Safe LP

La Trobe Outer Metropolitan High Marginal ALP Marginal LP

Lalor Outer Metropolitan Upper Middle Safe ALP Safe ALP

Mallee Rural Low Safe NP Fairly Safe NP

Maribyrnong Inner Metropolitan Lower Middle Safe ALP Safe ALP

McEwen Rural Upper Middle Marginal ALP Marginal ALP

McMillan Rural Lower Middle Marginal LP Safe LP

Melbourne Inner Metropolitan Upper Middle Fairly Safe GRN Marginal GRN

Melbourne Ports Inner Metropolitan High Fairly Safe ALP Marginal ALP

Menzies Outer Metropolitan High Fairly Safe LP Safe LP

Murray Rural Low Safe LP Safe LP

Scullin Outer Metropolitan Lower Middle Safe ALP Safe ALP

Wannon Rural Low Fairly Safe LP Safe LP

Wills Inner Metropolitan Upper Middle Safe ALP Safe ALP

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Appendix 1: Electoral division classification continued

Party status (a)

Division Region Socio-economic status (b) 2010 election 2013 election

Queensland

Blair Provincial Low Marginal ALP Marginal ALP

Bonner Outer Metropolitan High Marginal LNP Marginal LNP

Bowman Outer Metropolitan Upper Middle Safe LNP Fairly Safe LNP

Brisbane Inner Metropolitan High Marginal LNP Marginal LNP

Capricornia Provincial Lower Middle Marginal ALP Marginal LNP

Dawson Rural Upper Middle Marginal LNP Fairly Safe LNP

Dickson Outer Metropolitan High Marginal LNP Fairly Safe LNP

Fadden Outer Metropolitan Upper Middle Safe LNP Safe LNP

Fairfax Rural Upper Middle Fairly Safe LNP Marginal PUP

Fisher Rural Upper Middle Marginal LNP Fairly Safe LNP

Flynn Rural Lower Middle Marginal LNP Fairly Safe LNP

Forde Outer Metropolitan Lower Middle Marginal LNP Marginal LNP

Griffith Outer Metropolitan High Fairly Safe ALP Marginal ALP

Groom Provincial Lower Middle Safe LNP Safe LNP

Herbert Provincial Lower Middle Marginal LNP Fairly Safe LNP

Hinkler Provincial Low Safe LNP Fairly Safe LNP

Kennedy Rural Low Safe IND Marginal KAP

Leichhardt Rural Low Marginal LNP Marginal LNP

Lilley Inner Metropolitan Upper Middle Marginal ALP Marginal ALP

Longman Provincial Lower Middle Marginal LNP Fairly Safe LNP

Maranoa Rural Low Safe LNP Safe LNP

McPherson Provincial Upper Middle Safe LNP Safe LNP

Moncrieff Provincial Upper Middle Safe LNP Safe LNP

Moreton Inner Metropolitan High Marginal ALP Marginal ALP

Oxley Outer Metropolitan Lower Middle Marginal ALP Marginal ALP

Petrie Outer Metropolitan Lower Middle Marginal ALP Marginal LNP

Rankin Outer Metropolitan Lower Middle Marginal ALP Marginal ALP

Ryan Outer Metropolitan High Fairly Safe LNP Fairly Safe LNP

Wide Bay Rural Low Safe LNP Safe LNP

Wright Rural Upper Middle Safe LNP Safe LNP

Western Australia

Brand Outer Metropolitan Upper Middle Marginal ALP Marginal ALP

Canning Outer Metropolitan Lower Middle Marginal LP Safe LP

Cowan Outer Metropolitan High Fairly Safe LP Fairly Safe LP

Curtin Inner Metropolitan High Safe LP Safe LP

Durack Rural Lower Middle Safe LP Marginal LP

Forrest Rural Upper Middle Fairly Safe LP Safe LP

Fremantle Inner Metropolitan High Marginal ALP Marginal ALP

Hasluck Outer Metropolitan Upper Middle Marginal LP Marginal LP

Moore Outer Metropolitan High Safe LP Safe LP

O'Connor Rural Lower Middle Marginal NP Marginal LP

Pearce Outer Metropolitan Upper Middle Fairly Safe LP Fairly Safe LP

Perth Inner Metropolitan Upper Middle Marginal ALP Marginal ALP

Stirling Inner Metropolitan Upper Middle Marginal LP Safe LP

Swan Inner Metropolitan Upper Middle Marginal LP Fairly Safe LP

Tangney Inner Metropolitan High Safe LP Safe LP

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Party status (a)

Division Region Socio-economic status (b) 2010 election 2013 election

South Australia

Adelaide Inner Metropolitan Upper Middle Fairly Safe ALP Marginal ALP

Barker Rural Low Safe LP Safe LP

Boothby Outer Metropolitan High Marginal LP Fairly Safe LP

Grey Rural Low Safe LP Safe LP

Hindmarsh Inner Metropolitan Lower Middle Fairly Safe ALP Marginal LP

Kingston Outer Metropolitan Low Safe ALP Fairly Safe ALP

Makin Outer Metropolitan Upper Middle Safe ALP Marginal ALP

Mayo Rural Upper Middle Fairly Safe LP Safe LP

Port Adelaide Inner Metropolitan Low Safe ALP Safe ALP

Sturt Inner Metropolitan Upper Middle Marginal LP Safe LP

Wakefield Rural Low Safe ALP Marginal ALP

Tasmania

Bass Provincial Low Fairly Safe ALP Marginal LP

Braddon Rural Low Fairly Safe ALP Marginal LP

Denison Inner Metropolitan Lower Middle Marginal IND Safe IND

Franklin Outer Metropolitan Lower Middle Safe ALP Marginal ALP

Lyons Rural Low Safe ALP Marginal LP

Australian Capital Territory

Canberra Inner Metropolitan High Fairly Safe ALP Fairly Safe ALP

Fraser Inner Metropolitan High Safe ALP Safe ALP

Northern Territory

Lingiari Rural Low Marginal ALP Marginal ALP

Solomon Inner Metropolitan Upper Middle Marginal CLP Marginal CLP

(a) Party status after election shown; 2010 party status for Victoria and South Australia is after adjusting for the effects of the 2010 and 2011

redistributions respectively; 2013 party status is on a two-candidate preferred basis.

(b) For an explanation of the socio-economic status classifications see: P Nelson, Socio-economic indexes for 2009 electoral divisions: 2006 Census, Research paper 1, 28 July 2010, Parliamentary Library, Canberra, 2010-11.

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Appendix 2a: House of Representatives: Elections 1901-2013 Percentage of vote Election ALP PROT FT A-S Others Total

1901 19.4 . . . . 44.4 34.2 . . . . . . . . 2.0 100.0

1903 31.0 . . . . 29.7 34.4 . . . . . . . . 5.0 100.0

1906 36.6 . . . . 16.4 . . 38.2 . . . . . . 8.7 100.0

Election ALP LP Others Total

1910 50.0 45.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.9 100.0

1913 48.5 48.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6 100.0

1914 50.9 47.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.9 100.0

Election ALP NAT CP Others Total

1917 43.9 54.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.8 100.0

1919 42.5 45.1 . . 0.9 . . . . . . . . . . 11.5 100.0

1922 42.3 35.2 . . 12.6 . . . . . . . . . . 10.0 100.0

1925 45.0 42.5 . . 10.7 . . . . . . . . . . 1.7 100.0

1928 44.7 39.1 . . 10.5 . . . . . . . . . . 5.8 100.0

1929 48.8 33.9 . . 10.3 . . . . . . . . . . 7.0 100.0

Election ALP UAP CP Others Total

1931 27.1 36.4 . . 12.2 . . . . . . . . . . 24.3 100.0

1934 26.8 31.9 . . 10.4 . . . . . . . . . . 30.8 100.0

1937 43.1 34.4 . . 11.5 . . . . . . . . . . 11.0 100.0

1940 40.1 30.2 . . 11.1 . . . . . . . . . . 18.6 100.0

1943 49.9 16.0 . . 6.3 . . . . . . . . . . 27.6 100.0

Election ALP LP LNP NP CLP DLP DEM GRN ON Others Total

1946 49.7 33.0 . . 10.7 . . . . . . . . . . 6.6 100.0

1949 46.0 39.3 . . 10.8 . . . . . . . . . . 3.9 100.0

1951 47.7 40.5 . . 9.7 . . . . . . . . . . 2.1 100.0

1954 50.1 38.5 . . 8.5 . . . . . . . . . . 2.9 100.0

1955 44.7 39.7 . . 7.9 . . 5.1 . . . . . . 2.6 100.0

1958 42.9 37.1 . . 9.3 . . 9.4 . . . . . . 1.3 100.0

1961 48.0 33.5 . . 8.5 . . 8.7 . . . . . . 1.4 100.0

1963 45.5 37.1 . . 8.9 . . 7.4 . . . . . . 1.0 100.0

1966 40.0 40.1 . . 9.8 . . 7.3 . . . . . . 2.7 100.0

1969 47.0 34.8 . . 8.6 . . 6.0 . . . . . . 3.7 100.0

1972 49.6 32.0 . . 9.4 . . 5.2 . . . . . . 3.7 100.0

1974 49.3 34.9 . . 10.8 . . 1.4 . . . . . . 3.5 100.0

1975 42.8 41.8 . . 11.0 0.2 1.3 . . . . . . 2.8 100.0

1977 39.6 38.1 . . 9.8 0.2 1.4 9.4 . . . . 1.4 100.0

1980 45.1 37.4 . . 8.6 0.2 0.3 6.6 . . . . 1.7 100.0

1983 49.5 34.4 . . 9.0 0.2 0.2 5.0 . . . . 1.7 100.0

1984 47.5 34.1 . . 10.6 0.3 0.6 5.4 . . . . 1.4 100.0

1987 45.8 34.3 . . 11.5 0.2 . . 6.0 . . . . 2.0 100.0

1990 39.4 34.8 . . 8.4 0.3 . . 11.3 1.4 . . 4.4 100.0

1993 44.9 36.8 . . 7.2 0.3 . . 3.8 1.9 . . 5.2 100.0

1996 38.8 38.7 . . 8.2 0.4 . . 6.8 2.9 . . 4.3 100.0

1998 40.1 33.9 . . 5.3 0.3 . . 5.1 2.6 8.4 4.2 100.0

2001 37.8 37.1 . . 5.6 0.3 . . 5.4 5.0 4.3 4.4 100.0

2004 37.6 40.5 . . 5.9 0.3 . . 1.2 7.2 1.2 6.0 100.0

2007 43.4 36.3 . . 5.5 0.3 . . 0.7 7.8 0.3 5.8 100.0

2010 38.0 30.5 9.1 3.7 0.3 . . 0.2 11.8 0.2 6.2 100.0

2013 33.4 32.0 8.9 4.3 0.3 0.3 . . 8.6 0.2 11.9 100.0

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Appendix 2a: House of Representatives: Elections 1901-2013 continued

Seats won

Election ALP PROT FT A-S Others Total

1901 15 . . 32 26 . . . . . . . . 2 75

1903 23 . . 26 25 . . . . . . . . 1 75

1906 26 . . 16 . . 27 . . . . . . 6 75

Election ALP LP Others Total

1910 43 31 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 75

1913 37 38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

1914 42 32 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 75

Election ALP NAT CP Others Total

1917 22 53 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

1919 26 37 2 . . . . . . . . . . 10 75

1922 30 26 14 . . . . . . . . . . 6 76

1925 24 37 14 . . . . . . . . . . 1 76

1928 32 29 13 . . . . . . . . . . 2 76

1929 47 14 10 . . . . . . . . . . 5 76

Election ALP UAP CP Others Total

1931 15 34 16 . . . . . . . . . . 11 76

1934 18 27 12 . . . . . . . . . . 18 75

1937 29 28 12 . . . . . . . . . . 6 75

1940 32 23 10 . . . . . . . . . . 10 75

1943 49 12 8 . . . . . . . . . . 6 75

Election ALP LP NP CLP DLP DEM GRN ON Others Total

1946 43 18 11 . . . . . . . . . . 3 75

1949 48 55 19 . . . . . . . . . . 1 123

1951 54 52 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . 123

1954 59 47 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . 123

1955 49 57 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . 124

1958 47 58 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . 124

1961 62 45 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . 124

1963 52 52 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . 124

1966 41 61 21 . . . . . . . . . . 1 124

1969 59 46 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . 125

1972 67 38 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . 125

1974 66 40 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . 127

1975 36 68 22 1 . . . . . . . . . . 127

1977 38 67 18 1 . . . . . . . . . . 124

1980 51 54 19 1 . . . . . . . . . . 125

1983 75 33 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . 125

1984 82 44 21 1 . . . . . . . . . . 148

1987 86 43 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . 148

1990 78 55 14 . . . . . . . . . . 1 148

1993 80 49 16 . . . . . . . . . . 2 147

1996 49 75 18 1 . . . . . . . . 5 148

1998 67 64 16 . . . . . . . . . . 1 148

2001 65 68 13 1 . . . . . . . . 3 150

2004 60 74 12 1 . . . . . . . . 3 150

2007 83 55 10 . . . . . . . . . . 2 150

2010 72 60 12 1 . . . . 1 . . 4 150

2013 55 74 15 1 . . . . 1 . . 4 150

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Appendix 2b: Senate: Elections 1901-2013 Percentage of vote Election ALP PROT FT A-S Others Total

1901 13.5 . . 44.9 39.4 . . . . . . . . 2.2 100.0

1903 29.8 . . 17.5 34.3 . . . . . . . . 18.4 100.0

1906 38.7 . . 12.4 . . 46.5 . . . . . . 2.3 100.0

Election ALP LP Others Total

1910 50.3 45.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2 100.0

1913 48.7 49.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.9 100.0

1914 (a) 52.2 47.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.1 100.0

Election ALP NAT CP Others Total

1917 43.7 55.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.9 100.0

1919 42.8 46.4 0.6 . . . . . . . . . . 10.1 100.0

1922 45.7 36.2 13.0 . . . . . . . . . . 5.0 100.0

1925 45.0 45.4 9.5 . . . . . . . . . . 0.2 100.0

1928 49.0 39.3 11.2 . . . . . . . . . . 0.6 100.0

Election ALP UAP/CP CP UAP Others Total

1931 29.3 32.5 . . 22.9 . . . . . . . . 15.3 100.0

1934 28.1 18.2 9.3 14.0 . . . . . . . . 30.4 100.0

1937 48.5 30.2 . . 14.6 . . . . . . . . 6.7 100.0

1940 37.5 45.4 . . 5.0 . . . . . . . . 12.1 100.0

1943 55.1 27.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.9 100.0

Election ALP LP NP CLP DLP DEM GRN ON Others Total

1946 52.1 43.3 . . . . . . . . 4.6 100.0

1949 44.9 50.4 . . . . . . . . 4.7 100.0

1951 (a) 45.9 49.7 . . . . . . . . 4.4 100.0

1953 50.6 44.4 . . . . . . . . 5.0 100.0

1955 40.6 48.8 6.1 . . . . . . 4.6 100.0

1958 42.8 45.2 8.4 . . . . . . 3.6 100.0

1961 44.7 42.1 9.8 . . . . . . 3.4 100.0

1964 44.7 45.7 8.4 . . . . . . 1.3 100.0

1967 45.0 42.8 9.8 . . . . . . 2.4 100.0

1970 42.2 38.2 11.1 . . . . . . 8.5 100.0

1974 (a) 47.3 43.9 3.6 . . . . . . 5.3 100.0

1975 (a) 40.9 51.7 2.7 . . . . . . 4.7 100.0

1977 36.8 45.6 1.7 11.1 . . . . 4.9 100.0

1980 42.3 43.5 0.4 9.3 . . . . 4.6 100.0

1983 (a) 45.5 39.8 0.6 9.6 . . . . 4.5 100.0

1984 42.2 39.5 0.4 7.6 . . . . 10.3 100.0

1987 (a) 42.8 42.0 0.5 8.5 0.4 . . 5.7 100.0

1990 38.4 41.9 0.1 12.6 2.8 . . 4.1 100.0

1993 43.5 43.0 0.4 5.3 2.9 . . 4.8 100.0

1996 36.2 44.0 0.3 10.8 3.2 . . 5.6 100.0

1998 37.3 37.7 0.3 8.5 2.7 9.0 4.6 100.0

2001 34.3 41.8 0.6 7.2 4.9 5.5 5.5 100.0

2004 35.0 45.1 0.5 2.1 7.7 1.7 7.9 100.0

2007 40.3 39.9 0.9 1.3 9.0 0.4 8.1 100.0

2010 35.1 38.6 1.1 0.6 13.1 0.6 10.8 100.0

2013 (b) 29.6 37.0 0.9 0.3 9.2 0.5 22.5 100.0

(a) Election for full Senate following double dissolution.

(b) Includes results for the half-Senate re-election in WA held on 5 April 2014.

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Appendix 2b: Senate: Elections 1901-2013 continued

Senators elected

Election ALP PROT FT A-S Others Total

1901 8 . . 11 17 . . . . . . . . . . 36

1903 (b) 10 . . 3 4 . . . . . . . . 2 19

1906 5 . . 2 . . 11 . . . . . . . . 18

Election ALP LP Others Total

1910 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

1913 11 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

1914 (a) 31 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Election ALP NAT CP Others Total

1917 . . 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

1919 (b) 1 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

1922 (b) 11 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

1925 (b) . . 18 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

1928 (b) 7 10 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Election ALP UAP CP UAP Others Total

1931 3 12 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

1934 . . 14 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

1937 (b) 16 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

1940 (b) 3 13 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

1943 (b) 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Election ALP LP NP CLP DLP DEM GRN ON Others Total

1946 (b) 16 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

1949 19 19 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

1951 (a) 28 26 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

1953 (b) 17 13 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

1955 12 13 4 . . 1 . . . . . . . . 30

1958 (b) 15 13 3 . . 1 . . . . . . . . 32

1961 (b) 14 12 4 . . . . . . . . . . 1 31

1964 14 11 3 . . 2 . . . . . . . . 30

1967 13 10 4 . . 2 . . . . . . 1 30

1970 (b) 14 11 2 . . 3 . . . . . . 2 32

1974 (a) 29 23 6 . . . . . . . . . . 2 60

1975 (a) 27 27 7 1 . . . . . . . . 2 64

1977 14 16 1 1 . . 2 . . . . . . 34

1980 15 12 2 1

3 . . . . 1 34

1983 (a) 30 23 4 1 . . 5 . . . . 1 64

1984 20 16 3 1 . . 5 . . . . 1 46

1987 (a) 32 27 6 1 . . 7 . . . . 3 76

1990 15 16 2 1 . . 5 1 . . . . 40

1993 17 15 3 1 . . 2 1 . . 1 40

1996 14 17 2 1 . . 5 1 . . . . 40

1998 17 15 1 1 . . 4 . . 1 1 40

2001 14 17 2 1 . . 4 2 . . . . 40

2004 16 17 3 1 . . . . 2 . . 1 40

2007 18 15 2 1 . . . . 3 . . 1 40

2010 15 14 3 1 1 . . 6 . . . . 40

2013 (c) 12 14 2 1 . . . . 4 . . 7 40

(a) Election for full Senate following double dissolution. (b) Casual vacancy to be filled.

(c) Includes results for the half-Senate re-election in WA held on 5 April 2014.

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Appendix 3a: Western Australia: Voided Senate Election 2013: Summary Western Australia (2013 voided election) Party Candidates Seats won Votes Per cent Swing

Liberal Party/National Party Coalition

Liberal Party 6 3 513 639 39.20 -3.79

The Nationals 2 .. 66 421 5.07 +1.64

Total Coalition 8 3 580 060 44.27 -2.15

Australian Labor Party 4 1 348 401 26.59 -3.11

The Greens 3 1 124 354 9.49 -4.47

Palmer United Party 2 .. 65 595 5.01 +5.01

Liberal Democratic Party 2 .. 44 902 3.43 +2.25

Australian Christians 2 .. 21 499 1.64 +1.64

Australian Sex Party 2 .. 19 519 1.49 -0.76

Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party 2 .. 13 973 1.07 +1.07

Shooters and Fishers Party 2 .. 13 622 1.04 +0.44

The Wikileaks Party 2 .. 9 767 0.75 +0.75

Animal Justice Party 2 .. 9 720 0.74 +0.74

Family First Party 2 .. 8 783 0.67 -0.48

Smokers Rights Party 2 .. 8 719 0.67 +0.67

Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party 2 .. 7 748 0.59 +0.59

Australian Fishing and Lifestyle Party 2 .. 5 729 0.44 +0.44

Australian Independents 2 .. 4 041 0.31 +0.31

Katter's Australian Party 2 .. 3 909 0.30 +0.30

Rise Up Australia Party 2 .. 3 861 0.29 +0.29

Australian Democrats 2 .. 3 841 0.29 -0.09

Australian Sports Party 2 1 2 997 0.23 +0.23

Outdoor Recreation Party (Stop The Greens) 2 .. 2 215 0.17 +0.17

Secular Party of Australia 2 .. 1 486 0.11 +0.03

No Carbon Tax Climate Sceptics 2 .. 1 481 0.11 -0.05

Australian Stable Population Party 2 .. 1 352 0.10 +0.10

Socialist Equality Party 2 .. 1 143 0.09 +0.09

Australian Voice Party 2 .. 1 139 0.09 +0.09

Others 1 .. 422 0.03 -0.52

Formal 1 310 278 97.14 +0.32

Informal 38 519 2.86 -0.32

Total/turnout 62 6 1 348 797 92.78 -0.77

Enrolled 1 453 813

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Appendix 3b: Western Australia: Voided Senate Election 2013: Candidate details Western Australia (2013 voided election)

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

A TICKET VOTES SMK

8 081 0.62 0.0432

A KATZ-BARBER, M SMK

603 0.05 0.0032

A DI RADO, D SMK

35 .. 0.0002

A Group Total SMK

8 719 0.67 0.0466

B TICKET VOTES LDP

44 274 3.38 0.2365

B FRYAR, J LDP

551 0.04 0.0029

B HAMILTON, N LDP

77 0.01 0.0004

B Group Total LDP

44 902 3.43 0.2399

C TICKET VOTES AUC

19 676 1.50 0.1051

C van BURGEL, J AUC

1 634 0.12 0.0087

C MOSELEY, J AUC

189 0.01 0.0010

C Group Total AUC

21 499 1.64 0.1149

D TICKET VOTES HMP

12 740 0.97 0.0681

D BALDERSTONE, M HMP

1 127 0.09 0.0060

D MOYLAN, T HMP

106 0.01 0.0006

D Group Total HMP

13 973 1.07 0.0746

E TICKET VOTES SEP

979 0.07 0.0052

E SYMONDS, P SEP

142 0.01 0.0008

E LOPEZ, J SEP

22 .. 0.0001

E Group Total SEP

1 143 0.09 0.0061

F TICKET VOTES PUP

62 936 4.80 0.3362

F WANG, Z PUP

2 254 0.17 0.0120

F TERBLANCHE, C PUP

405 0.03 0.0022

F Group Total PUP

65 595 5.01 0.3504

G TICKET VOTES ASP

12 586 0.96 0.0672

G BOW, M ASP

957 0.07 0.0051

G PARKES, J ASP

79 0.01 0.0004

G Group Total ASP

13 622 1.04 0.0728

H TICKET VOTES VCE

1 082 0.08 0.0058

H PARKES, B VCE

49 .. 0.0003

H BUTLER, S VCE

8 .. ..

H Group Total VCE

1 139 0.09 0.0061

I TICKET VOTES ASXP

17 830 1.36 0.0953

I PALMER, S ASXP

1 549 0.12 0.0083

I COLEMAN, M ASXP

140 0.01 0.0007

I Group Total ASXP

19 519 1.49 0.1043

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Western Australia (2013 voided election)

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

J TICKET VOTES SPA

1 001 0.08 0.0053

J ATKINS, E SPA

442 0.03 0.0024

J CUTHBERT, S SPA

43 .. 0.0002

J Group Total SPA

1 486 0.11 0.0079

K TICKET VOTES AIN

3 687 0.28 0.0197

K HIGGINS, D AIN

259 0.02 0.0014

K IRVING, P AIN

95 0.01 0.0005

K Group Total AIN

4 041 0.31 0.0216

L TICKET VOTES WKP

8 129 0.62 0.0434

L GEORGATOS, G WKP

1 480 0.11 0.0079

L RAJAN, S WKP

158 0.01 0.0008

L Group Total WKP

9 767 0.75 0.0522

M TICKET VOTES KAP

3 508 0.27 0.0187

M FELS, A KAP

364 0.03 0.0019

M HODDINOTT, S KAP

37 .. 0.0002

M Group Total KAP

3 909 0.30 0.0209

N TICKET VOTES FFP

8 303 0.63 0.0444

N ROSE, L FFP

428 0.03 0.0023

N HENG, H FFP

52 .. 0.0003

N Group Total FFP

8 783 0.67 0.0469

O TICKET VOTES TCS

1 389 0.11 0.0074

O BYASS, A TCS

84 0.01 0.0004

O DEWAR, H TCS

8 .. ..

O Group Total TCS

1 481 0.11 0.0079

P TICKET VOTES SPP

1 040 0.08 0.0056

P STRACHAN, P SPP

287 0.02 0.0015

P BANKS, J SPP

25 .. 0.0001

P Group Total SPP

1 352 0.10 0.0072

Q TICKET VOTES ODR

2 074 0.16 0.0111

Q FISHLOCK, D ODR

125 0.01 0.0007

Q KINNINMONT, K ODR

16 .. 0.0001

Q Group Total ODR

2 215 0.17 0.0118

R TICKET VOTES DEM

3 266 0.25 0.0174

R FERNANDEZ, C DEM

509 0.04 0.0027

R THIEL, W DEM

66 0.01 0.0004

R Group Total DEM

3 841 0.29 0.0205

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Western Australia (2013 voided election)

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

S TICKET VOTES GRN

109 993 8.39 0.5876

S LUDLAM, S * GRN 6 12 759 0.97 0.0682

S DAVIS, K GRN

1 268 0.10 0.0068

S DUNCAN, A GRN

334 0.03 0.0018

S Group Total GRN

124 354 9.49 0.6643

T TICKET VOTES AJP

9 004 0.69 0.0481

T LOVE, K AJP

659 0.05 0.0035

T SUTTON, A AJP

57 .. 0.0003

T Group Total AJP

9 720 0.74 0.0519

U TICKET VOTES NP

62 016 4.73 0.3313

U WIRRPANDA, D NP

4 280 0.33 0.0229

U EAGLES, D NP

125 0.01 0.0007

U Group Total NP

66 421 5.07 0.3548

V TICKET VOTES AFLP

5 511 0.42 0.0294

V EDWARDS, J AFLP

200 0.02 0.0011

V FINLAYSON, R AFLP

18 .. 0.0001

V Group Total AFLP

5 729 0.44 0.0306

W TICKET VOTES AMEP

7 334 0.56 0.0392

W HOWLETT, R AMEP

374 0.03 0.0020

W YOUNG, S AMEP

40 .. 0.0002

W Group Total AMEP

7 748 0.59 0.0414

X TICKET VOTES SPRT

2 866 0.22 0.0153

X DROPULICH, W SPRT 5 108 0.01 0.0006

X LACKOVIC, A SPRT

23 .. 0.0001

X Group Total SPRT

2 997 0.23 0.0160

Y TICKET VOTES RUA

3 473 0.27 0.0186

Y FOREMAN, J RUA

362 0.03 0.0019

Y BENNETT, J RUA

26 .. 0.0001

Y Group Total RUA

3 861 0.29 0.0206

Z TICKET VOTES ALP

340 059 25.95 1.8167

Z BULLOCK, J # ALP 2 5 271 0.40 0.0282

Z PRATT, L * ALP

2 198 0.17 0.0117

Z FOSTER, P ALP

491 0.04 0.0026

Z ALI, S ALP

382 0.03 0.0020

Z Group Total ALP

348 401 26.59 1.8613

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Western Australia (2013 voided election)

Group Candidate Party

Order elected Votes Per cent Quota

AA TICKET VOTES LP

507 310 38.72 2.7102

AA JOHNSTON, D * LP 1 4 936 0.38 0.0264

AA CASH, M * LP 3 349 0.03 0.0019

AA REYNOLDS, L # LP 4 325 0.02 0.0017

AA BROCKMAN, W LP

166 0.01 0.0009

AA THOMAS, S LP

221 0.02 0.0012

AA OUGHTON, C LP

332 0.03 0.0018

AA Group Total LP

513 639 39.20 2.7440

UG FARMER, R ON

422 0.03 0.0023

UG Group Total

422 0.03 0.0023

Formal

1 310 278 97.14

Informal

38 519 2.86

Total

1 348 797 92.78

Enrolled

1 453 813

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