2016 Australian Federal Election Final Result.
The 2016 Australian Federal Election was held on Saturday 2 July 2016. This was an Election for both The Representatives and The Senate.
Malcolm Turnbull was the Leader of the Liberal/National Coalition party
Bill Shorten was the Leader of the Australian Labor Party
As at Mon, 25 Jul 2016 8:54:21 AM AEST only 67 of 150 House of Representatives seats have been officially declared.
However, the Liberal/National Coalition has been declared the winner with more than 50% of the seats.
House of Representatives 2016.
15,676,659 Australians were enrolled to vote.
14,231,012 (90.78%) are recorded as voting
13,514,001 (94.96%) were recorded as valid votes
12,167,031 votes are recorded for the Two Party Preferred Results
6,112,921 votes for Liberal/National Coalition (50.24%)
6,054,110 votes for Australian Labor Party (49.76%)
A 76 seat Party gives the smallest possible overall majority.
Voting Count at 24th July 2016 with xxxx% of votes counted is showing this expected seat count result:
76 or 77 Liberal/National Coalition
68 or 69 Australian Labor Party
1 Cathy McGowan. VIC
1 Andrew Wilkie. TAS
1 Katter’s Australian Party
1 Nick Xenophon Team
1 The Greens
Voting Count at 7th July 2016 with 81.9% of votes counted is showing this expected seat count result:
74 Liberal/National Coalition.
71 Australian Labor Party.
1 The Greens. VIC
1 Bob Katter. QLD
1 Nick Xenophon. SA
1 Cathy McGowan. VIC
1 Andrew Wilkie. TAS
Final Results – House of Representatives 2016.
At 25 July 2016 the Division of Herbert in Queensland is being recounted.
The first count has the following two party voting result:
- 44,184 Liberal National Party of Queensland (31,357 votes as 1st Preference)
- 44,183 Australian Labor Party (26,915 votes as 1st Preference)
- The third highest party on 1st preference was 11,958 votes for Pauline Hanson’s One Nation
At 26 July 2016, the second count is showing:
- 44,195 Australian Labor Party (26,904 votes as 1st Preference)
- 44,156 Liberal National Party of Queensland (31,363 votes as 1st Preference)
- There is now talk of another election being called for this division
After the Two Party Preferences were calculated, the Liberal/National party won by 58,811 votes. (subject to final declarations)
The vote breakdown was:
- 6,112,921 votes for Liberal/National Coalition (50.24%)
- 6,054,110 votes for Australian Labor Party (49.76%)
Number of Seats won by each Party
- 77 Liberal/National Coalition
- 68 Australian Labor Party
- 1 Andrew WILKIE, (Denison, TAS) Independent 45,176 67.78%
- 1 Bob KATTER, (Kennedy, QLD) Katter’s Australian Party 52,570 61.12%
- 1 Adam BANDT, (Melbourne, VIC)The Greens 53,487 57.10%
- 1 Rebekha SHARKIE, (Mayo, SA) Nick Xenophon Team 51,776 55.01%
- 1 Cathy McGOWAN, (Indi, VIC) Independent 49,184 54.76%
Voter Turnout Figures.
91.63% Australian Capital Territory
91.27% New South Wales
91.1% South Australia
88.16% Western Australia
79.08% Northern Territory
The Final coalition of parties/members was:
ALP = TBA
- 68 – Australian Labor Party
- 1 – The Greens
Liberal = TBA
- 45 – Liberal
- 22 – Liberal National Party of Queensland
- 10 – The Nationals
- 1 Andrew WILKIE, (Denison, TAS) Independent
- 1 Bob KATTER, (Kennedy, QLD) Katter’s Australian Party
- 1 Rebekha SHARKIE, (Mayo, SA) Nick Xenophon Team
- 1 Cathy McGOWAN, (Indi, VIC) Independent 49,184
30 Seats were decided by votes counted on First Preferences
22 of these were for the LNP
8 of these were for the ALP
ALP Seats from First Preferences:
LNP Seats from First Preferences:
Source of Results
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