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Following the federal election of 2 July 2016 Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced a new federal Ministry on Monday 18 July 2016 which was sworn in the following day.

The cabinet comprises:

Portfolio Minister Chamber Since Party
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull House 2015 LPA (Leader of the Liberal Party)
Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce House 2016 NATS (Leader of the Nationals)
Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources 2013
   
   
Cabinet Secretary Arthur Sinodinos Senate 2015 LPA
Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop House 2013 LPA (Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party)
Minister for Employment Michaelia Cash Senate 2015 LPA
Also, Minister for Women
Also, Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service
 
Attorney-General George Brandis Senate 2013, 2015 LNP
also Vice-President of the Executive Council
also Leader of the Government in the Senate
 
Treasurer Scott Morrison House 2015 LPA
Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham Senate 2015 LPA
Minister for Indigenous Affairs Nigel Scullion Senate 2013 CLP
also Leader of the Nationals in the Senate
 
 
Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne House 2015 LPA
Minister for Social Services Christian Porter House 2015 LPA
Minister for Communications Mitch Fifield Senate 2015 LPA
Also, Minister for the Arts
 
 
Minister for Health Sussan Ley House 2014 LPA
Minister for Aged Care
Minister for Sport
 
Minister for Revenue and Financial Services Kelly O'Dwyer House 2015 LPA
Minister for Trade and Investment Steven Ciobo House 2016 LNP
Minister for Defence Marise Payne Senate 2015 LPA
Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science Greg Hunt House 2013 LPA
Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Peter Dutton House 2014 LNP
Minister for Finance Mathias Cormann Senate 2013 LPA
Special Minister of State
 
 
Minister for the Environment and Energy Josh Frydenberg House 2015 LPA
Minister for Regional Development Fiona Nash Senate 2016 NATS (Deputy Leader of the Nationals)
Minister for Regional Communications
Minister for Rural Health
Minister for Local Government and Territories
Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester House 2016 NATS
Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Matthew Canavan Senate 2016 LNP

Australian Federal Election Results 2016 Winner list by Division, by State, by Party, House of Representative results, Australia Labor Party Coalition Winner, Vote% Margin Swing, Senate members, Australia Election Results

Australian Federal Election Results 2016 Winner list by Division, by State, by Party, House of Representative results, Australia Labor Party Coalition Winner, Vote% Margin Swing, Senate members, Australia Election Results

A federal election was held on Saturday 2 July 2016 to elect all 226 members of the 45th Parliament of Australia, after an extended eight-week official campaign period. It was the first double dissolution election since the 1987 election. On 10 July, eight days after the election took place, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten conceded defeat, acknowledging that the incumbent Liberal–National Coalition would certainly be able to form a government, either in a majority or minority status. On 11 July, the ABC declared that the Coalition had won enough seats to form a majority government

Australian Federal Election Results 2016 by division house of representatives

House of Representatives (IRV) – Counted 84.3% (CV) – Informal 5.0%
 
Party Votes  % Swing (pp) Seats Change (seats)  
  Coalition   42.15 −3.40 77 −13
    Liberal Party of Australia   28.56 −3.46 45 −13
  Liberal National Party (QLD)   8.61 −0.31 22 ±0
  National Party of Australia   4.72 0.43 10 1
  Country Liberal Party (NT)   0.25 −0.07 0 −1
  Australian Labor Party   34.91 1.53 68 13  
  Australian Greens   9.93 1.28 1 ±0  
  Nick Xenophon Team   1.86 1.86 1 1  
  Katter's Australian Party   0.55 −0.49 1 ±0  
  Palmer United Party   0 −5.49 0 −1  
  Independents   2.85 1.48 2 ±0  
  Other   7.77 3.23 0 ±0  
Total     150  
Two-party-preferred vote
  Liberal/National Coalition   50.33 −3.16 77 −12  
  Australian Labor Party   49.67 3.16 68 12  

 

Live Australia Federal Election Results 2016

Party Representation – seats won
Party NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT National Previous election
Liberal/National Coalition 23 17 21 11 4 0 0 0 76 90
Liberal 16 14 0 11 4 0 0 0 45 58
Liberal National Party 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 21 22
The Nationals 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 9
Country Liberals (NT) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Australian Labor Party 24 18 8 5 6 4 2 2 69 55
The Greens 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Palmer United Party 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Katter's Australian Party 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Nick Xenophon Team 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
Independent 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2
Not yet determined 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 47 37 30 16 11 5 2 2 150
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Australia Election Result Division State Wise
Adelaide Cook Goldstein Longman Parramatta
Aston Corangamite Gorton Lyne Paterson
Ballarat Corio Grayndler Lyons Pearce
Banks Cowan Greenway Macarthur Perth
Barker Cowper Grey Mackellar Petrie
Barton Cunningham Griffith Macquarie Port-Adelaide
Bass Curtin Groom Makin Rankin
Batman Dawson Hasluck Mallee Reid
Bendigo Deakin Herbert Maranoa Richmond
Bennelong Denison Higgins Maribyrnong Riverina
Berowra Dickson Hindmarsh Mayo Robertson
Blair Dobell Hinkler McEwen Ryan
Blaxland Dunkley Holt McMahon Scullin
Bonner Durack Hotham McMillan Shortland
Boothby Eden-Monaro Hughes McPherson Solomon
Bowman Fadden Hume Melbourne Stirling
Braddon Fairfax Hunter Melbourne-Ports Sturt
Bradfield Farrer Indi Menzies Swan
Brand Fisher Isaacs Mitchell Sydney
Brisbane Flinders Jagajaga Moncrieff Tangney
Bruce Flynn Kennedy Moore Throsby
Calare Forde Kingsford-Smith Moreton Wakefield
Calwell Forrest Kingston Murray Wannon
Canberra Fowler Kooyong New-England Warringah
Canning Franklin La-Trobe Newcastle Watson
Capricornia Fraser Lalor North-Sydney Wentworth
Casey Fremantle Leichhardt O'Connor Werriwa
Charlton Gellibrand Lilley Oxley Wide-Bay
Chifley Gilmore Lindsay  

Australia Federal Election Results 2010 Winner list by Party, by Division, by State, Senate results, Australia Labor Party Coalition Winner, Vote% Margin Swing, Senate members, Australia Election Results

Australia Federal Election Results 2010 Winner list by Party, by Division, by State, Senate results, Australia Labor Party Coalition Winner, Vote% Margin Swing, Senate members, Australia Election Results

Australia Elections 2010 Senators.

The Senate has 76 seats. Forty seats were up for election; six in each of the six states and two in each of the two territories. The terms of the four senators from the territories commenced on election day, all other terms took effect from 1 July 2011.The Coalition holds 34 seats and Labor holds 31 seats, with the balance of power shifting solely to the Australian Greens with nine seats, after previously holding a shared balance of power with the Family First Party and independent Nick Xenophon. The Labor government requires the support of at least eight non-Labor Senators to pass legislation.

Labor and the Coalition incurred swings against them in votes and seats. The Greens received a four percent swing and won a seat in each of the six states at the election, a first for an Australian minor party. John Madigan (Victoria) of the Democratic Labor Party won a seat, while Steve Fielding (Victoria) of the Family First Party lost his seat. Xenophon was not required to stand at this election but will be up for re-election at the next. Minor parties not winning a seat but receiving a notable swing include the Australian Sex Party (+2.0), the Liberal Democratic Party (+1.7) and the Shooters and Fishers Party (+1.4).

 

Senate (STV GV) – Turnout 93.82% (CV) – Informal 3.75%
Party Votes % Swing Seats won Continuing senators Total seats Change
  Liberal/National Coalition 48,71,871 38.3 –1.47 18 16 34 –3
  Australian Labor Party 44,69,734 35.13 –5.17 15 16 31 –1
  Australian Greens 16,67,315 13.11 4.07 6 3 9 4
  Family First Party 2,67,493 2.1 0.48 0 0 –1
  Democratic Labor Party 1,34,987 1.06 0.14 1 1 1
  Independents 55,786 0.44 –0.94 0 1 1 0
  Other 12,55,047 9.86 2.89 0 0 0
  Total 127,22,233     40 36 76  

 

Senators Elected    
       
Senators Elected for all states and territories
State Senator Party Order Elected
ACT LUNDY, Kate Alexandra Australian Labor Party 1
ACT HUMPHRIES, Gary Liberal 2
NSW FIERRAVANTI-WELLS, Concetta Liberal 1
NSW FAULKNER, John Labor 2
NSW HEFFERNAN, William Liberal 3
NSW THISTLETHWAITE, Matthew Labor 4
NSW NASH, Fiona The Nationals 5
NSW RHIANNON, Lee The Greens 6
NT SCULLION, Nigel Country Liberals (NT) 1
NT CROSSIN, Trish Australian Labor Party (Northern Territory) Branch 2
QLD BRANDIS, George Henry Liberal National Party of Queensland 1
QLD LUDWIG, Joe Australian Labor Party 2
QLD JOYCE, Barnaby Liberal National Party of Queensland 3
QLD McLUCAS, Jan Australian Labor Party 4
QLD WATERS, Larissa The Greens 5
QLD MASON, Brett Liberal National Party of Queensland 6
SA GALLACHER, Alex Australian Labor Party 1
SA FISHER, Mary Jo Liberal 2
SA McEWEN, Anne Australian Labor Party 3
SA EDWARDS, Sean Liberal 4
SA WRIGHT, Penny The Greens 5
SA FAWCETT, David Liberal 6
TAS POLLEY, Helen Australian Labor Party 1
TAS ABETZ, Eric Liberal 2
TAS MILNE, Christine Australian Greens 3
TAS URQUHART, Anne Australian Labor Party 4
TAS PARRY, Stephen Shane Liberal 5
TAS SINGH, Lisa Australian Labor Party 6
VIC CARR, Kim John Australian Labor Party 1
VIC RONALDSON, Michael Liberal 2
VIC DI NATALE, Richard Australian Greens 3
VIC CONROY, Stephen Michael Australian Labor Party 4
VIC McKENZIE, Bridget The Nationals 5
VIC MADIGAN, John Democratic Labor Party (DLP) of Australia 6
WA CORMANN, Mathias Liberal 1
WA EVANS, Chris Australian Labor Party 2
WA BACK, Chris Liberal 3
WA STERLE, Glenn Australian Labor Party 4
WA ADAMS, Judith Liberal 5
WA SIEWERT, Rachel The Greens 6

 

 

Australia Federal Election Results 2010 Winner list by Party, by Division, by State, House of Representative results, Australia Labor Party Coalition Winner, Vote% Margin Swing, Senate members, Australia Election Results

Australia Federal Election Results 2010 Winner list by Party, by Division, by State, House of Representative results, Australia Labor Party Coalition Winner, Vote% Margin Swing, Senate members, Australia Election Results

A federal election was held on Saturday, 21 August 2010 for members of the 43rd Parliament of Australia. The incumbent centre-left Australian Labor Party led by Prime Minister Julia Gillard won a second term against the opposition centre-right Liberal/National Coalition led by Opposition Leader Tony Abbott, after Labor formed a minority government with the support of three independent MPs and one Australian Greens MP.

Labor and the Coalition each won 72 seats in the 150-seat House of Representatives,four short of the requirement for majority government, resulting in the first hung parliament since the 1940 election.Six crossbenchers held the balance of power.Greens MP Adam Bandt and independent MPs Andrew Wilkie, Rob Oakeshott and Tony Windsor declared their support for Labor on confidence and supply.Independent MP Bob Katter and National Party of Western Australia MP Tony Crook declared their support for the Coalition on confidence and supply.The resulting 76–74 margin entitled Labor to form a minority government. The Prime Minister, government ministers and parliamentary secretaries were sworn in on 14 September 2010 by the Governor-General Quentin Bryce. In November 2011, Coalition MP and Deputy Speaker Peter Slipper replaced Labor MP Harry Jenkins as Speaker of the House of Representatives, increasing Labor's parliamentary majority from 76–74 to 77–73.

In the 76-seat Senate, the Greens won one seat in each of the six states, gaining the sole balance of power with a total of nine seats, after previously holding a shared balance of power with the Family First Party and independent Nick Xenophon.The Coalition was reduced from 37 to 34 and Labor was reduced from 32 to 31. The two remaining seats were occupied by Xenophon and Victoria's new Democratic Labor Party Senator John Madigan. Family First Party Senator Steve Fielding was defeated. These changes took effect in the Senate on 1 July 2011.

More than 14 million Australians were enrolled to vote at the time of the election.Australia has compulsory voting (since 1925) and uses preferential ballot (since 1919) in single-member seats for the House of Representatives and single transferable vote (since 1949) with optional group voting tickets (since 1984) in the proportionally represented Senate. The election was conducted by the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC). This was the first since the 1914 federal election that the leaders of both main parties had been born in the United Kingdom.

 

Australia House of Representatives Election Results by Party First preference

  Votes  % Swing Seats Change
Australian Labor Party 47,11,363 37.99 −5.40 72 −11
Coalition          
  Liberal Party of Australia 37,77,383 30.46 0.76 44 −11
  Liberal National Party (QLD) 11,30,525 9.12 0.6 21 21
  National Party of Australia 4,19,286 3.43 −0.04 6 −4
  Country Liberal Party (NT) 38,335 0.31 −0.01 1 1
Australian Greens 14,58,998 11.76 3.97 1 1
National Party (WA) 43,101 0.34 0.2 1 1
Independents 3,12,496 2.52 0.3 4 2
Other 5,10,876 4.11 −0.38 0 0
Total 124,02,363     150  

Australia House of Representatives Election Results by Party Two Party

 
Australian Labor Party 62,16,445 50.12 −2.58 72 −11  
Liberal/National Coalition 61,85,918 49.88 2.58 72 7  

 House of Representatives Members 2010

Members Elected for all states and territories
Division State Member Party
Adelaide SA ELLIS, Kate Australian Labor Party
Aston VIC TUDGE, Alan Liberal
Ballarat VIC KING, Catherine Australian Labor Party
Banks NSW MELHAM, Daryl Australian Labor Party
Barker SA SECKER, Patrick Liberal
Barton NSW McCLELLAND, Robert Australian Labor Party
Bass TAS LYONS, Geoff Australian Labor Party
Batman VIC FERGUSON, Martin John Australian Labor Party
Bendigo VIC GIBBONS, Steve Australian Labor Party
Bennelong NSW ALEXANDER, John Liberal
Berowra NSW RUDDOCK, Philip Liberal
Blair QLD NEUMANN, Shayne Kenneth Australian Labor Party
Blaxland NSW CLARE, Jason Australian Labor Party
Bonner QLD VASTA, Ross Xavier Liberal National Party of Queensland
Boothby SA SOUTHCOTT, Andrew Liberal
Bowman QLD LAMING, Andrew Liberal National Party of Queensland
Braddon TAS SIDEBOTTOM, Sid Australian Labor Party
Bradfield NSW FLETCHER, Paul Liberal
Brand WA GRAY, Gary Australian Labor Party
Brisbane QLD GAMBARO, Teresa Liberal National Party of Queensland
Bruce VIC GRIFFIN, Alan Australian Labor Party
Calare NSW COBB, John The Nationals
Calwell VIC VAMVAKINOU, Maria Australian Labor Party
Canberra ACT BRODTMANN, Gai Australian Labor Party
Canning WA RANDALL, Don Liberal
Capricornia QLD LIVERMORE, Kirsten Australian Labor Party
Casey VIC SMITH, Tony Liberal
Charlton NSW COMBET, Greg Australian Labor Party
Chifley NSW HUSIC, Ed Australian Labor Party
Chisholm VIC BURKE, Anna Elizabeth Australian Labor Party
Cook NSW MORRISON, Scott Liberal
Corangamite VIC CHEESEMAN, Darren Australian Labor Party
Corio VIC MARLES, Richard Donald Australian Labor Party
Cowan WA SIMPKINS, Luke Liberal
Cowper NSW HARTSUYKER, Luke The Nationals
Cunningham NSW BIRD, Sharon Australian Labor Party
Curtin WA BISHOP, Julie Liberal
Dawson QLD CHRISTENSEN, George Robert Liberal National Party of Queensland
Deakin VIC SYMON, Mike Australian Labor Party
Denison TAS WILKIE, Andrew Independent
Dickson QLD DUTTON, Peter Liberal National Party of Queensland
Dobell NSW THOMSON, Craig Australian Labor Party
Dunkley VIC BILLSON, Bruce Liberal
Durack WA HAASE, Barry Liberal
Eden-Monaro NSW KELLY, Mike Australian Labor Party
Fadden QLD ROBERT, Stuart Liberal National Party of Queensland
Fairfax QLD SOMLYAY, Alex Liberal National Party of Queensland
Farrer NSW LEY, Sussan Liberal
Fisher QLD SLIPPER, Peter Liberal National Party of Queensland
Flinders VIC HUNT, Greg Liberal
Flynn QLD O'DOWD, Ken Liberal National Party of Queensland
Forde QLD VAN MANEN, Bert Liberal National Party of Queensland
Forrest WA MARINO, Nola Liberal
Fowler NSW HAYES, Chris Australian Labor Party
Franklin TAS COLLINS, Julie Australian Labor Party
Fraser ACT LEIGH, Andrew Australian Labor Party
Fremantle WA PARKE, Melissa Australian Labor Party
Gellibrand VIC ROXON, Nicola Australian Labor Party
Gilmore NSW GASH, Joanna Liberal
Gippsland VIC CHESTER, Darren The Nationals
Goldstein VIC ROBB, Andrew Liberal
Gorton VIC O'CONNOR, Brendan Australian Labor Party
Grayndler NSW ALBANESE, Anthony Australian Labor Party
Greenway NSW ROWLAND, Michelle Australian Labor Party
Grey SA RAMSEY, Rowan Liberal
Griffith QLD RUDD, Kevin Australian Labor Party
Groom QLD MACFARLANE, Ian Liberal National Party of Queensland
Hasluck WA WYATT, Ken Liberal
Herbert QLD JONES, Ewen Liberal National Party of Queensland
Higgins VIC O'DWYER, Kelly Liberal
Hindmarsh SA GEORGANAS, Steve Australian Labor Party
Hinkler QLD NEVILLE, Paul Liberal National Party of Queensland
Holt VIC BYRNE, Anthony Australian Labor Party
Hotham VIC CREAN, Simon Australian Labor Party
Hughes NSW KELLY, Craig Liberal
Hume NSW SCHULTZ, Alby Liberal
Hunter NSW FITZGIBBON, Joel Australian Labor Party
Indi VIC MIRABELLA, Sophie Liberal
Isaacs VIC DREYFUS, Mark Australian Labor Party
Jagajaga VIC MACKLIN, Jenny Australian Labor Party
Kennedy QLD KATTER, Bob Independent
Kingsford Smith NSW GARRETT, Peter Australian Labor Party
Kingston SA RISHWORTH, Amanda Australian Labor Party
Kooyong VIC FRYDENBERG, Josh Liberal
La Trobe VIC SMYTH, Laura Australian Labor Party
Lalor VIC GILLARD, Julia Australian Labor Party
Leichhardt QLD ENTSCH, Warren Liberal National Party of Queensland
Lilley QLD SWAN, Wayne Australian Labor Party
Lindsay NSW BRADBURY, David Australian Labor Party
Lingiari NT SNOWDON, Warren Edward Australian Labor Party
Longman QLD ROY, Wyatt Liberal National Party of Queensland
Lyne NSW OAKESHOTT, Robert Independent
Lyons TAS ADAMS, Dick Australian Labor Party
Macarthur NSW MATHESON, Russell Liberal
Mackellar NSW BISHOP, Bronwyn Liberal
Macquarie NSW MARKUS, Louise Liberal
Makin SA ZAPPIA, Tony Australian Labor Party
Mallee VIC FORREST, John The Nationals
Maranoa QLD SCOTT, Bruce Liberal National Party of Queensland
Maribyrnong VIC SHORTEN, Bill Australian Labor Party
Mayo SA BRIGGS, Jamie Liberal
McEwen VIC MITCHELL, Rob Australian Labor Party
McMahon NSW BOWEN, Chris Australian Labor Party
McMillan VIC BROADBENT, Russell Liberal
McPherson QLD ANDREWS, Karen Liberal National Party of Queensland
Melbourne VIC BANDT, Adam The Greens
Melbourne Ports VIC DANBY, Michael David Australian Labor Party
Menzies VIC ANDREWS, Kevin Liberal
Mitchell NSW HAWKE, Alex Liberal
Moncrieff QLD CIOBO, Steven Liberal National Party of Queensland
Moore WA WASHER, Mal Liberal
Moreton QLD PERRETT, Graham Australian Labor Party
Murray VIC STONE, Sharman Liberal
New England NSW WINDSOR, Tony Independent
Newcastle NSW GRIERSON, Sharon Australian Labor Party
North Sydney NSW HOCKEY, Joe Liberal
O'Connor WA CROOK, Tony The Nationals
Oxley QLD RIPOLL, Bernie Australian Labor Party
Page NSW SAFFIN, Janelle Australian Labor Party
Parkes NSW COULTON, Mark The Nationals
Parramatta NSW OWENS, Julie Australian Labor Party
Paterson NSW BALDWIN, Bob Liberal
Pearce WA MOYLAN, Judi Liberal
Perth WA SMITH, Stephen Francis Australian Labor Party
Petrie QLD D'ATH, Yvette Australian Labor Party
Port Adelaide SA BUTLER, Mark Australian Labor Party
Rankin QLD EMERSON, Craig Australian Labor Party
Reid NSW MURPHY, John Australian Labor Party
Richmond NSW ELLIOT, Justine Australian Labor Party
Riverina NSW McCORMACK, Michael The Nationals
Robertson NSW O'NEILL, Deborah Australian Labor Party
Ryan QLD PRENTICE, Jane Liberal National Party of Queensland
Scullin VIC JENKINS, Harry Australian Labor Party
Shortland NSW HALL, Jill Australian Labor Party
Solomon NT GRIGGS, Natasha CLP – The Territory Party
Stirling WA KEENAN, Michael Liberal
Sturt SA PYNE, Christopher Liberal
Swan WA IRONS, Steve Liberal
Sydney NSW PLIBERSEK, Tanya Australian Labor Party
Tangney WA JENSEN, Dennis Liberal
Throsby NSW JONES, Stephen Australian Labor Party
Wakefield SA CHAMPION, Nick Australian Labor Party
Wannon VIC TEHAN, Dan Liberal
Warringah NSW ABBOTT, Tony Liberal
Watson NSW BURKE, Tony Australian Labor Party
Wentworth NSW TURNBULL, Malcolm Liberal
Werriwa NSW FERGUSON, Laurie Australian Labor Party
Wide Bay QLD TRUSS, Warren Liberal National Party of Queensland
Wills VIC THOMSON, Kelvin Australian Labor Party
Wright QLD BUCHHOLZ, Scott Liberal National Party of Queensland
       

Australia Election Results 2016: Close seats Vote %, leading winner Runner up Party Candidate

Australia Election Results 2016: Close seats Vote %, leading winner Runner up Party Candidate, Australia Election Results Candidate, Australia Election Results Winner Party

Folowing are the seats where counting is still going on. Although the results are almost clear with Coalition at 74, Labor – 71, Others – 5.

This is a hung parliament which most of the people feared and without the support of small parties or independent no Party can form the gorvernment.

And the worst fears might come true if none of the parties are able to get support from small parties also to form the government. In that case, again re – election might take place. 

Close seats where counting is still underway.

Close seats in all states and territories
Division State Held by TCP % Swing % Counted %
Cowan WA Liberal 49.7 -4.82 78.38
Herbert QLD Liberal National Party of Queensland 49.78 -6.39 80.07
Capricornia QLD Liberal National Party of Queensland 49.89 -0.88 82.28
Hindmarsh SA Liberal 49.9 -1.99 81.89
Flynn QLD Liberal National Party of Queensland 50 -6.53 78.74

 

Data Source: Australian Electoral Commission

Australia Senate wise election Results 2016 Live, Votes 2016, Percentage, Swing, Australia Senate winner runner up 2016

Australia Senate wise election Results 2016 Live, Votes 2016, Percentage, Swing, Australia Senate winner runner up 2016

This is a list of members of the Australian Senate from July 2016 to July 2019. All senators were elected at the 2016 double dissolution election, with their terms beginning on 2 July 2016.

Senators representing the six states will be allocated short terms (ending on 30 June 2019) or long terms (ending on 30 June 2022) when the Senate sits.

Senator Party State Term commenced Term ends
Hon Eric Abetz Liberal Tasmania 1994
Chris Back Liberal Western Australia 2009
Cory Bernardi Liberal South Australia 2006
Catryna Bilyk Labor Tasmania 2008
Hon Simon Birmingham Liberal South Australia 2007
Hon George Brandis Liberal National  Queensland 2000
Carol Brown Labor Tasmania 2005
Brian Burston One Nation New South Wales 2016
David Bushby Liberal Tasmania 2007
Doug Cameron Labor New South Wales 2008
Hon Kim Carr Labor Victoria 1993
Hon Matthew Canavan Liberal National Queensland 2014
Michaelia Cash Liberal Western Australia 2008
Anthony Chisholm Labor Queensland 2016
Jacinta Collins Labor Victoria 1995–2005, 2008
Hon Stephen Conroy Labor Victoria 1996
Mathias Cormann Liberal Western Australia 2007
Rod Culleton One Nation Western Australia 2016
Sam Dastyari Labor New South Wales 2013
Bob Day Family First South Australia 2014
Richard Di Natale Greens Victoria 2011
Pat Dodson Labor Western Australia 2016
Jonathon Duniam Liberal Tasmania 2016
Don Farrell Labor South Australia 2008–2014, 2016
David Fawcett Liberal South Australia 2011
Hon Concetta Fierravanti-Wells Liberal New South Wales 2005
Hon Mitch Fifield Liberal Victoria 2004
Alex Gallacher Labor South Australia 2011
Katy Gallagher Labor Australian Capital Territory 2015
Stirling Griff Xenophon South Australia 2016
Pauline Hanson One Nation Queensland 2016
Sarah Hanson-Young Greens South Australia 2008
Derryn Hinch Justice Victoria 2016
Jane Hume Liberal Victoria 2016
Skye Kakoschke-Moore Xenophon South Australia 2016
Chris Ketter Labor Queensland 2014
Jacqui Lambie Lambie Tasmania 2014
David Leyonhjelm Liberal Democrats New South Wales 2014
Sue Lines Labor Western Australia 2013
Scott Ludlam Greens Western Australia 2008
Hon Ian Macdonald Liberal National  Queensland 1990
Gavin Marshall Labor Victoria 2002
Jenny McAllister Labor New South Wales 2015
Malarndirri McCarthy Labor Northern Territory 2016
James McGrath Liberal National Queensland 2014
Bridget McKenzie National Victoria 2011
Nick McKim Greens Tasmania 2015
Claire Moore Labor Queensland 2002
Hon Fiona Nash National New South Wales 2005
Deborah O'Neill Labor New South Wales 2013
Barry O'Sullivan Liberal National Queensland 2014
Stephen Parry Liberal Tasmania 2005
James Paterson Liberal Victoria 2016
Hon Marise Payne Liberal New South Wales 1997
Helen Polley Labor Tasmania 2005
Louise Pratt Labor Western Australia 2008–2014, 2016
Linda Reynolds Liberal Western Australia 2014
Lee Rhiannon Greens New South Wales 2011
Janet Rice Greens Victoria 2014
Malcolm Roberts One Nation Queensland 2016
Hon Anne Ruston Liberal South Australia 2012
Hon Scott Ryan Liberal Victoria 2008
Hon Nigel Scullion Country Liberal Northern Territory 2001
Zed Seselja Liberal Australian Capital Territory 2013
Rachel Siewert Greens Western Australia 2005
Hon Lisa Singh Labor Tasmania 2011
Hon Arthur Sinodinos Liberal New South Wales 2011
Dean Smith Liberal Western Australia 2012
Glenn Sterle Labor Western Australia 2005
Anne Urquhart Labor Tasmania 2011
Larissa Waters Greens Queensland 2011
Murray Watt Labor Queensland 2016
Peter Whish-Wilson Greens Tasmania 2012
John Williams National New South Wales 2008
Hon Penny Wong Labor South Australia 2002
Nick Xenophon Xenophon South Australia 2008

The final Senate result was announced on 4 August. The incumbent Liberal/National Coalition government won 30 seats, a loss of three, while the Labor opposition won 26 seats, a gain of one.

The number of crossbenchers increased by two to a record 20. The Liberal/National Coalition will require at least nine additional votes to reach a Senate majority, an increase of three.

Party NSW Vic Qld WA SA Tas ACT NT Total
Coalition 5 5 5 5 4 4 1 1 30
Australian Labor Party 4 4 4 4 3 5 1 1 26
Australian Greens 1 2 1 2 1 2     9
Pauline Hanson's One Nation 1   2 1         4
Nick Xenophon Team         3       3
Derryn Hinch's Justice Party   1             1
Jacqui Lambie Network           1     1
Liberal Democratic Party 1               1
Family First Party         1       1
Total 12 12 12 12 12 12 2 2 76

 States and Territories

Party Votes  % Swing Seats won Change
Coalition 48,68,246 35.72 –2.53 30 −3
Australian Labor Party 41,23,084 29.79 0.16 26 1
Australian Greens 11,97,657 8.65 −0.58 9 −1
Pauline Hanson's One Nation 5,93,013 4.29 3.76 4 4
Nick Xenophon Team 4,56,369 3.3 1.37 3 2
Liberal Democratic Party 2,98,915 2.16 −1.59 1 ±0
Derryn Hinch's Justice Party 2,66,607 1.93 1.93 1 1
Family First Party 1,91,112 1.38 0.26 1 ±0
Democratic Labour Party 94,510 0.68 −0.18 0 −1
Jacqui Lambie Network 69,074 0.5 0.5 1 1
Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party 53,232 0.38 −0.12 0 −1
Palmer United Party 26,210 0.19 −5.42 0 −3
Other 16,00,871 11.57 1.25 0 ±0
Total 1,38,38,900     76  

 

Party Seats
Liberal+National 65
Labor (ALP) 67
Ind 2
katter 1
Greens 1
Xenophon 1

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Live Australia Federal Election Results Updates

  1. Cabinet Ministers to be announced soon by PM Malcolm Turnbull . Read more.
  2. The Coalition has won the seats of Flynn and Capricornia, and has absolute majority now with 76 seats. 
  3. Now Coalition will not need support from other smaller parties and will be a stable government.
Party Representation – seats won
Party NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT National Previous election
Liberal/National Coalition 23 17 21 11 4 0 0 0 76 90
Liberal 16 14 0 11 4 0 0 0 45 58
Liberal National Party 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 21 22
The Nationals 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 9
Country Liberals (NT) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Australian Labor Party 24 18 8 5 6 4 2 2 69 55
The Greens 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Palmer United Party 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Katter's Australian Party 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Nick Xenophon Team 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
Independent 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2
Not yet determined 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 47 37 30 16 11 5 2 2 150

Read More : Close seats where counting is still underway

Read More : Division Wise Current Election Result, Swings, Vote %

Senate Results (Counting in Progress) – Seante Results not expected before August First week.

  1. 38 seats for a majority
  2. 76 seats left, of 76

According to  AEC (Australian Election Commission) Following is the latest Tally  (these are still not final won seats but leading seats)

  Seats(2016) Prev Seats
Liberal+National Coalition 76 90
Labor (ALP) 69 55
The Greens 1 1
Katter's Australian Party 1 1
Nick Xenophon Team 2  
Independent/Others 2 3

 

Highlights Live Result Australia Elections 2016 

 
  1. The uncertain outcome of Saturday’s federal election and chances of three years of minority government and paralysis on budget reform, can cause markets to crash and Australian dollar to sink further.
  2. Turnbull was pinning his hopes on mail-in and early ballots that traditionally favor the conservatives.
  3. The likeliest scenarios point to a slim coalition victory or a dreaded hung parliament, which could prompt yet another election.
  4. Smaller parties may have their say in government formation, NXT candidate Rebekha Sharkie, who won the party’s only lower house seat, may even have a say over who becomes prime minister should the election lead to a hung parliament.
  5. Xenophon, a former suburban lawyer who has served in the Senate since 2008, won 2 seats
  6. The Australian Electoral Commission said the ruling conservative coalition was leading in 71 seats, the center-left opposition Labor Party in 68 seats, and minor parties or independents in five seats. Counting was less clear in another six seats of the 150 in the House of Representatives where parties that control a majority form government.
  7. Australia's only minority government since World War II was led by the Labor Party from 2010 to 2013 when the coalition was swept to power with 90 seats. 
  8. What Malcolm Turnbull said was " I’m sure that as the results are refined and come in over the next few days with all of the counting, we will be able to form that majority government. But, let me say this, let me say this without any fear of contradiction. The Labor party has no capacity in this parliament to form a stable majority government. That is a fact."
  9. Former minister Jamie Briggs has conceded victory 
  10. Labor scents hung parliament
  11. Deputy Barnaby Joyce has won New England and, despite a 10 per cent swing against him, Tony Abbott has held Warringah.
  12. Early counting shows the party’s sitting MP, Scott Bucholz has more than 42 per cent of the primary vote with Labor’s Allistair Smith trailing on about 21 per cent.
  13. Victorian independent Cathy McGowan is looking comfortably ahead. The count is recording a 4.4% positive swing.

Live Australian Election Voting Updates

  1. Important Links on Australia Election With just 15 minutes left to vote there was just a handful of last-minute voters.There was no shortage of ballot papers at the polling station
  2. Bill Shorten has gone into Moonee Ponds West primary school to vote.
  3. Malcolm Turnbull has voted in his Sydney seat of Wentworth, while Bill Shorten is campaigning in Sydney before heading to his Melbourne seat of Maribyrnong.
  4. There’s 150 seats in the lower house and either side needs to win 76 to form a majority government. Labor needs a net gain of 21 seats to win. 
  5. A Newspoll of 4,135 people published in The Australian newspaper showed Turnbull`s Liberal/National coalition 50.5 to 49.5 percent in front on a two-party basis.
  6. Australians are turning out at more than 7,000 booths — but about 2.5 million people have already cast their ballots in pre-poll voting.

Australia Exit Polls

Australia Election Opinion Poll Summary  

Australia Election Schedule

Australia Election Results

Important Dates 

2 July – Polling day
8 August – Return of writs

Latest Australian Opinion Polls (Summary of all Opinion Polls here) 

Australia Election Result State Wise Candidates list Opinion Poll 2016, Australia House Representatives election Results, Australia State Wise Past election Results,  Australia Election Updates Exit Poll Schedule/Dates, Who will win in  Australia, Australia House Representatives election

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We have extracted Election results data from Australian official website for the year 2013, 2010 and 2007 and then we have calculated the margins/Swings for vote base from the year 2010 to 2013. 

Read More: Australia Exit Poll Have started coming in. Most of them showing Coalition winning. 

How the Voting pattern has changed for two party preferred voting. If a particular party has a party swing or a negative one in a particular division.

  1. Australia Exit Poll 
  2. Australia Opinion Poll Australian federal election 2016
  3. Australia Election Schedule
  4. List of Australia Prime Ministers
  5. Australia federal election schedule/timeline/Dates 
  6. Australian federal election 2016 Candidates List 
Australia Election Result State Wise
Northern Territory Western Australia 
Australian Capital Territory  Queensland
Australia Tasmania  Victoria 
South Australia New South Wales 

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Seat summary for the Northern Territory
Division State Held by Leading party TCP % Margin Swing % Declared
Solomon NT Country Liberals (NT) Australian Labor Party 56 6,547 7.4 20 Jul 16 AEST
Lingiari NT Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 58.42 7,221 7.54 20 Jul 16 AEST

Important Points About Northern Territory Election Results, Voting Patterns and Past Election Results.

If we look at Swing of votes from the past election results from year 2010 to 2013 then for Australian Labor Party it has been -1.09 and for Liberal/National Coalition Party it has been 1.09

The Winner In Last Elections of House of representative in Northern Territory has been the party Liberal/National Coalition Votes

State Wise Swing/Margin of 2013-2010 In House of Representative Election
State Name Australian Labor Party Percentage Liberal/National Coalition Percentage Increament / Decreament in Total Polling OverAll Swing
Northern Territory -1.09 1.09 5558 3.58


Election result for house of representative 2013, Two Party Preferred Votes

 

2013
Australian Labor Party Votes Australian Labor Party Percentage Liberal/National Coalition Votes Liberal/National Coalition Percentage TotalVotes Swing Winner
49374 49.65 50067 50.35 99441 -1.09 Liberal/National Coalition Votes


Election result for house of representative 2010, Two Party Preferred Votes

2010
Australian Labor Party Votes Australian Labor Party Percentage Liberal/National Coalition Votes Liberal/National Coalition Percentage TotalVotes Swing  
47636 50.74 46247 49.26 93883 -4.67 Australian Labor Party


Election result for house of representative 2007, First Preferences by Party Votes

2007
Australian Labor Party Votes Australian Labor Party Percentage Liberal/National Coalition Votes Liberal/National Coalition Percentage TotalVotes Swing Winner
54418 55.41 43795 44.59 98213 3.26 Australian Labor Party

Australian Electoral Commission

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Seat summary for the Australian Capital Territory
Division State Held by Leading party TCP % Margin Swing % Declared
Canberra ACT Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 58.46 21,774 0.95 26 Jul 16 AEST
Fenner ACT Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 63.89 34,462 1.4 26 Jul 16 AEST

Important Points About Australian Capital Territory Election Results, Voting Patterns and Past Election Results.

If we look at Swing of votes from the past election results from year 2010 to 2013 then for Australian Labor Party it has been -1.76 and for Liberal/National Coalition Party it has been 1.76

The Winner In Last Elections of House of representative in Australian Capital Territory has been the party Australian Labor Party

 

State Wise Swing/Margin of 2013-2010 In House of Representative Election
State Name Australian Labor Party Percentage Liberal/National Coalition Percentage Increament / Decreament in Total Polling OverAll Swing
Australian Capital Territory -1.76 1.76 17806 -0.03


Election result for house of representative 2013, Two Party Preferred Votes

 

2013
Australian Labor Party Votes Australian Labor Party Percentage Liberal/National Coalition Votes Liberal/National Coalition Percentage TotalVotes Swing Winner
144688 59.91 96815 40.09 241503 -1.76 Australian Labor Party


Election result for house of representative 2010, Two Party Preferred Votes

2010
Australian Labor Party Votes Australian Labor Party Percentage Liberal/National Coalition Votes Liberal/National Coalition Percentage TotalVotes Swing  
137948 61.67 85749 38.33 223697 -1.73 Australian Labor Party


Election result for house of representative 2007, First Preferences by Party Votes

2007
Australian Labor Party Votes Australian Labor Party Percentage Liberal/National Coalition Votes Liberal/National Coalition Percentage TotalVotes Swing Winner
141745 63.4 81836 36.6 223581 1.86 Australian Labor Party

Australian Electoral Commission

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