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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.

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Important Dates 

2 July – Polling day
8 August – Return of writs

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At stake in the elections are 150 seats in the lower house — with a three-year tenure for members — from among 994 candidates, besides 76 upper House seats — with a six-year tenure — with 661 candidates in the running.

In the 150-seat House of Representatives, Labour currently holds 55 seats, the coalition 90 and five seats are held by minor parties or independents.

Australia Election Live Result 
Highlights Live Voting Australia Elections 2016 

  1. Sky News exit poll 63% of voters tipped the Coalition to win.
  2. ReachTel exit poll— Coalition 51%, ALP 49%.
  3. Nine Galaxy exit poll— Coalition 43%, ALP 36%, Greens 9%, Nick Xenophon Team 3%
  4. On a two-party preferred basis, the parties were in a 50-50 deadlock.
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  5. Bill Shorten has gone into Moonee Ponds West primary school to vote.
  6. 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.
  7. 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. 

  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. Long queues at polling stations, Polls close at 6:00pm this evening. Voting is Compulsory in Australia, which makes all voters compulsory to go and vote today.
  11. PM travels to Western Sydney after casting his vote at Double Bay. 

Important Links on Australia Election 

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Important Dates 

2 July – Polling day
8 August – Return of writs

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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.

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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

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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

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Seat summary for Tasmania
Division State Held by Leading party TCP % Margin Swing % Declared
Braddon TAS Liberal Australian Labor Party 52.2 2,846 4.76 19 Jul 16 AEST
Lyons TAS Liberal Australian Labor Party 52.31 3,161 3.53 21 Jul 16 AEST
Bass TAS Liberal Australian Labor Party 56.09 8,063 10.13 18 Jul 16 AEST
Franklin TAS Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 60.72 14,921 5.63 18 Jul 16 AEST
Denison TAS Independent Independent 67.78 23,698 2.27 22 Jul 16 AEST

Important Points About Tasmania 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 -9.39 and for Liberal/National Coalition Party it has been 9.39

The Winner In Last Elections of House of representative in Tasmania 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
Tasmania -9.39 9.39 3142 -13.8


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
169208 51.23 161086 48.77 330294 -9.39 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  
198322 60.62 128830 39.38 327152 4.41 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
182757 56.21 142385 43.79 325142 2.02 Australian Labor Party

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Seat summary for South Australia
Division State Held by Leading party TCP % Margin Swing % Declared
Hindmarsh SA Liberal Australian Labor Party 50.58 1,140 2.47 27 Jul 16 AEST
Grey SA Liberal Liberal 51.95 3,508 51.95 01 Aug 16 AEST
Boothby SA Liberal Liberal 53.5 6,672 -3.62 04 Aug 16 AEST
Adelaide SA Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 54.65 8,894 0.7 28 Jul 16 AEST
Barker SA Liberal Liberal 54.74 8,951 54.74 28 Jul 16 AEST
Mayo SA Liberal Nick Xenophon Team 54.97 9,450 54.97 26 Jul 16 AEST
Sturt SA Liberal Liberal 55.89 10,964 -4.19 03 Aug 16 AEST
Makin SA Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 59.65 18,162 4.59 02 Aug 16 AEST
Wakefield SA Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 60.97 21,055 7.57 02 Aug 16 AEST
Port Adelaide SA Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 64.86 28,539 64.86 05 Aug 16 AEST
Kingston SA Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 67.05 31,841 7.35 04 Aug 16 AEST

Important Points About South Australia 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 -5.54 and for Liberal/National Coalition Party it has been 5.54

The Winner In Last Elections of House of representative in South Australia 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
South Australia -5.54 5.54 25496 -6.32


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
478952 47.64 526493 52.36 1005445 -5.54 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  
521115 53.18 458834 46.82 979949 0.78 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
517818 52.4 470334 47.6 988152 6.76 Australian Labor Party

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Seat summary for Western Australia
Division State Held by Leading party TCP % Margin Swing % Declared
Cowan WA Liberal Australian Labor Party 50.68 1,106 5.2 29 Jul 16 AEST
Hasluck WA Liberal Liberal 52.05 3,337 -3.97 22 Jul 16 AEST
Perth WA Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 53.33 5,573 1.15 20 Jul 16 AEST
Swan WA Liberal Liberal 53.59 5,848 -3.75 22 Jul 16 AEST
Pearce WA Liberal Liberal 53.63 6,312 -5.68 02 Aug 16 AEST
Stirling WA Liberal Liberal 56.12 10,149 -2.85 21 Jul 16 AEST
Canning WA Liberal Liberal 56.79 11,480 -4.56 19 Jul 16 AEST
Burt WA Liberal Australian Labor Party 57.11 11,996 13.2 19 Jul 16 AEST
Fremantle WA Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 57.52 12,766 2.12 19 Jul 16 AEST
Moore WA Liberal Liberal 61.02 19,287 -1.42 26 Jul 16 AEST
Durack WA Liberal Liberal 61.06 16,957 -3.98 02 Aug 16 AEST
Tangney WA Liberal Liberal 61.07 18,493 -1.95 27 Jul 16 AEST
Brand WA Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 61.43 18,686 7.72 18 Jul 16 AEST
Forrest WA Liberal Liberal 62.56 21,271 -1.25 01 Aug 16 AEST
O’Connor WA Liberal Liberal 65.04 26,152 -0.38 03 Aug 16 AEST
Curtin WA Liberal Liberal 70.7 35,498 2.48 15 Jul 16 AEST

Important Points About Western Australia 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 -1.87 and for Liberal/National Coalition Party it has been 1.87

The Winner In Last Elections of House of representative in Western Australia 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
Western Australia -1.87 1.87 62503 1.28


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
528394 41.72 738110 58.28 1266504 -1.87 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  
524861 43.59 679140 56.41 1204001 -3.15 Liberal/National Coalition Votes


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
550326 46.74 627211 53.26 1177537 2.14 Liberal/National Coalition Votes

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Seat summary for Queensland
Division State Held by Leading party TCP % Margin Swing % Declared
Herbert QLD Liberal National Party Australian Labor Party 50.02 37 6.19 02 Aug 16 AEST
Capricornia QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 50.63 1,111 -0.14 22 Jul 16 AEST
Forde QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 50.63 1,062 -3.75 27 Jul 16 AEST
Longman QLD Liberal National Party Australian Labor Party 50.79 1,390 7.71 26 Jul 16 AEST
Flynn QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 51.04 1,814 -5.49 25 Jul 16 AEST
Dickson QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 51.6 2,911 -5.12 29 Jul 16 AEST
Griffith QLD Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 51.6 2,945 -1.5 26 Jul 16 AEST
Petrie QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 51.65 3,059 1.12 22 Jul 16 AEST
Dawson QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 53.34 6,034 -4.24 26 Jul 16 AEST
Bonner QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 53.39 6,095 -0.3 29 Jul 16 AEST
Leichhardt QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 53.95 7,022 -1.73 03 Aug 16 AEST
Moreton QLD Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 54.02 6,836 2.47 26 Jul 16 AEST
Lilley QLD Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 55.32 10,226 4 01 Aug 16 AEST
Brisbane QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 55.92 11,161 1.64 25 Jul 16 AEST
Bowman QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 57.07 13,055 -1.79 20 Jul 16 AEST
Wide Bay QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 58.14 14,639 -5.02 28 Jul 16 AEST
Hinkler QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 58.42 14,939 -0.62 29 Jul 16 AEST
Blair QLD Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 58.88 15,129 3.62 02 Aug 16 AEST
Fisher QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 59.06 15,181 -0.69 27 Jul 16 AEST
Oxley QLD Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 59.08 15,139 5.31 20 Jul 16 AEST
Ryan QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 59.09 17,224 0.55 01 Aug 16 AEST
Wright QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 59.62 16,984 -2.22 02 Aug 16 AEST
Fairfax QLD Palmer United Party Liberal National Party 60.89 20,135 -0.79 27 Jul 16 AEST
Fadden QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 61.05 19,752 -3.31 01 Aug 16 AEST
Kennedy QLD Katter's Australian Party Katter's Australian Party 61.12 19,130 8.93 29 Jul 16 AEST
Rankin QLD Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 61.3 19,301 6.52 25 Jul 16 AEST
McPherson QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 61.64 20,648 -1.36 22 Jul 16 AEST
Moncrieff QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 64.94 25,688 -3.01 20 Jul 16 AEST
Groom QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 65.31 27,931 -1.16 22 Jul 16 AEST
Maranoa QLD Liberal National Party Liberal National Party 65.86 28,567 65.86 03 Aug 16 AEST

Important Points About Queensland Election Results, Voting Patterns and Past Election Results.

 

Divisions in Queensland
Division State Leading party TCP Margin Incumbent trailing Status
Blair QLD Australian Labor Party 11,724    
Bonner QLD Liberal National Party 3,408    
Bowman QLD Liberal National Party 10,873    
Brisbane QLD Liberal National Party 7,688    
Capricornia QLD Australian Labor Party 991 Yes  
Dawson QLD Liberal National Party 4,675    
Dickson QLD Liberal National Party 1,158    
Fadden QLD Liberal National Party 16,570    
Fairfax QLD Liberal National Party 16,811    
Fisher QLD Liberal National Party 12,809    
Flynn QLD Australian Labor Party 2,183 Yes  
Forde QLD Australian Labor Party 149 Yes  
Griffith QLD Australian Labor Party 3,032    
Groom QLD Liberal National Party 20,344    
Herbert QLD Australian Labor Party 1,084 Yes  
Hinkler QLD Liberal National Party 11,975    
Kennedy QLD Katter's Australian Party 15,126    
Leichhardt QLD Liberal National Party 2,864    
Lilley QLD Australian Labor Party 6,374    
Longman QLD Australian Labor Party 2,017 Yes  
Maranoa QLD Liberal National Party 20,322    
McPherson QLD Liberal National Party 16,913    
Moncrieff QLD Liberal National Party 21,268    
Moreton QLD Australian Labor Party 5,761    
Oxley QLD Australian Labor Party 12,886    
Petrie QLD Liberal National Party 1,305    
Rankin QLD Australian Labor Party 17,070    
Ryan QLD Liberal National Party 12,588    
Wide Bay QLD Liberal National Party 11,015    
Wright QLD Liberal National Party 12,315    

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 -1.84 and for Liberal/National Coalition Party it has been 1.84

The Winner In Last Elections of House of representative in Queensland 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
Queensland -1.84 1.84 139073 3.74


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
1085449 43.02 1437803 56.98 2523252 -1.84 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  
1069504 44.86 1314675 55.14 2384179 -5.58 Liberal/National Coalition Votes


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
1199917 50.44 1178936 49.56 2378853 7.53 Australian Labor Party

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Seat summary for Victoria
Division State Held by Leading party TCP % Margin Swing % Declared
Batman VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 51.03 1,853 -9.58 01 Aug 16 AEST
Chisholm VIC Australian Labor Party Liberal 51.24 2,154 2.84 20 Jul 16 AEST
Melbourne Ports VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 51.38 2,337 -2.18 01 Aug 16 AEST
Dunkley VIC Liberal Liberal 51.43 2,557 -4.14 25 Jul 16 AEST
La Trobe VIC Liberal Liberal 51.46 2,701 -2.55 25 Jul 16 AEST
Corangamite VIC Liberal Liberal 53.13 6,165 -0.81 21 Jul 16 AEST
Bendigo VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 53.74 7,293 2.48 21 Jul 16 AEST
Bruce VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 54.08 6,776 2.28 15 Jul 16 AEST
Jagajaga VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 54.67 8,642 1.54 20 Jul 16 AEST
Indi VIC Independent Independent 54.83 8,705 4.58 04 Aug 16 AEST
Wills VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 54.88 9,184 -10.32 28 Jul 16 AEST
Murray VIC Liberal The Nationals 55.13 9,038 55.13 29 Jul 16 AEST
Deakin VIC Liberal Liberal 55.68 10,260 2.5 16 Jul 16 AEST
Isaacs VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 55.73 10,606 1.87 18 Jul 16 AEST
McMillan VIC Liberal Liberal 56.03 12,165 -5.8 21 Jul 16 AEST
Casey VIC Liberal Liberal 56.06 11,175 -1.11 22 Jul 16 AEST
Ballarat VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 57.32 14,297 2.43 20 Jul 16 AEST
Hotham VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 57.48 13,044 0.21 18 Jul 16 AEST
Flinders VIC Liberal Liberal 57.77 15,792 -4.04 21 Jul 16 AEST
McEwen VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 57.85 17,764 7.7 18 Jul 16 AEST
Higgins VIC Liberal Liberal 57.99 14,427 57.99 22 Jul 16 AEST
Aston VIC Liberal Liberal 58.59 14,698 0.39 14 Jul 16 AEST
Wannon VIC Liberal Liberal 58.96 15,995 -1.11 15 Jul 16 AEST
Corio VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 59.99 18,877 2.24 18 Jul 16 AEST
Menzies VIC Liberal Liberal 60.56 18,427 -3.89 26 Jul 16 AEST
Maribyrnong VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 62.31 23,096 0.92 22 Jul 16 AEST
Goldstein VIC Liberal Liberal 62.68 23,716 1.65 20 Jul 16 AEST
Kooyong VIC Liberal Liberal 63.34 24,011 2.28 15 Jul 16 AEST
Lalor VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 63.44 28,702 1.28 19 Jul 16 AEST
Holt VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 64.17 28,228 5.08 20 Jul 16 AEST
Scullin VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 67.28 33,060 2.93 18 Jul 16 AEST
Calwell VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 67.87 32,108 4.01 15 Jul 16 AEST
Gellibrand VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 68.23 33,703 1.7 26 Jul 16 AEST
Gippsland VIC The Nationals The Nationals 68.43 32,920 2.59 15 Jul 16 AEST
Melbourne VIC The Greens The Greens 68.48 34,963 68.48 03 Aug 16 AEST
Gorton VIC Australian Labor Party Australian Labor Party 69.45 38,165 3.33 19 Jul 16 AEST
Mallee VIC The Nationals The Nationals 71.32 37,300 -2.34 09 Jul 16 AEST


Important Points About Victoria 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 -5.11 and for Liberal/National Coalition Party it has been 5.11

The Winner In Last Elections of House of representative in Victoria 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
Victoria -5.11 5.11 114475 -6.15


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
1653977 50.2 1640682 49.8 3294659 -5.11 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  
1758982 55.31 1421202 44.69 3180184 1.04 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
1719749 54.27 1449150 45.73 3168899 5.27 Australian Labor Party

Australian Electoral Commission

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