1990 Australian Federal Election Result


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1990 Australian Federal Election Final Result.

The Australian 1990 Federal Election was held on 24th March 1990.

The 1990 election was the ALP’s leader, Bob Hawke, fourth successive electoral victory, the leader of the Liberal opposition was Andrew Peacock.

1990 Federal Election Results:.

4,950,069 voted Lib/Nationals – 51.1%
4,930,834 voted ALP – 49.9%

But the ALP Won with 52.7% of the seats. 78 Seats for the ALP to 69 Seats for the Lib/Nats

Voting Before Preferences.

3,904,138 – Australian Labor Party
3,468,570 – Liberal Party of Australia
1,114,216 – Australian Democrats
833,557 – National Party of Australia
252,116 – Ted Mack, Independent
327,077 – Other


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Seats by Party 1990 Federal Election.

78 – Australian Labor Party – 52.70% of Seats
55 – Liberal Party of Australia – 37.16% of Seats
14 – National Party of Australia – 9.46% of Seats
1 – Ted Mack, Independent – 0.68% of Seats

Voter Turnout.

95.31% of the eligible voters voted.

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