House of Representatives results for the Australian federal election, 2010

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The following tables show state-by-state results in the Australian House of Representatives at the 2010 federal election, Labor 72, Coalition 72, Nationals WA 1, Australian Greens 1, with 4 independents.[1][2][3]

Australia[edit]

House of Representatives (IRV) — Turnout 93.21% (CV) — Informal 5.55%
Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Australian Labor Party 4,711,363 37.99 −5.40 72 −11
  Coalition          
  Liberal Party of Australia 3,777,383 30.46 +0.76 44 −11
  Liberal National Party (QLD) 1,130,525 9.12 +0.60 21 +21
  National Party of Australia 419,286 3.43 −0.04 6 −4
  Country Liberal Party (NT) 38,335 0.31 −0.01 1 +1
  Australian Greens 1,458,998 11.76 +3.97 1 +1
  Family First Party 279,330 2.25 +0.26 0 0
  Christian Democratic Party 83,009 0.67 −0.17 0 0
  National Party (WA)[nb 1] 43,101 0.34 +0.20 1 +1
  One Nation 27,184 0.22 −0.04 0 0
  Liberal Democratic Party 24,262 0.20 +0.06 0 0
  Australian Democrats 22,376 0.18 −0.54 0 0
  Secular Party of Australia 12,752 0.10 +0.10 0 0
  Australian Sex Party 11,263 0.09 +0.09 0 0
  Socialist Equality Party 11,160 0.09 +0.06 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 9,348 0.08 +0.01 0 0
  Citizens Electoral Council 8,017 0.06 −0.16 0 0
  Democratic Labor Party 5,212 0.04 −0.01 0 0
  The Climate Sceptics 4,339 0.03 +0.03 0 0
  Australia First Party 3,670 0.03 +0.03 0 0
  Non-Custodial Parents Party 2,835 0.02 +0.01 0 0
  Building Australia Party 1,497 0.01 +0.01 0 0
  Carers Alliance 1,458 0.01 +0.01 0 0
  Communist Alliance 656 0.01 +0.01 0 0
  Independents 312,496 2.52 +0.30 4 +2
  Non Affiliated 2,508 0.02 +0.01 0 0
  Total 12,402,363     150
Two-party-preferred vote
  Australian Labor Party 6,216,445 50.12 −2.58 72 −11
  Liberal/National Coalition 6,185,918 49.88 +2.58 72 +7

Preference flows[edit]

  • Greens − Labor 78.8% (-0.9) to Coalition 21.2% (+0.9)
  • Family First − Coalition 59.8% (-0.5) to Labor 40.2% (+0.5)
  • Christian Democrats − Coalition 73.5% (+3.9) to Labor 26.5% (-3.9)
  • Nationals WA − Coalition 75.9% (-5.1) to Labor 24.1% (+5.1)
  • Independent candidates − Coalition 56.5% (+1.9) to Labor 43.5% (-1.9)[4]

New South Wales[edit]

Electoral divisions: New South Wales
Electoral divisions: Sydney area
Turnout 93.32% (CV) — Informal 6.83%
Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Australian Labor Party 1,494,490 37.28 −6.86 26 –2
  Coalition          
  Liberal Party of Australia 1,470,146 36.67 +4.04 16 +1
  National Party of Australia 317,867 7.93 +0.02 4 –1
  Australian Greens 410,405 10.24 +2.35 0 0
  Christian Democratic Party 54,544 1.36 −0.56 0 0
  One Nation 19,182 0.48 +0.27 0 0
  Family First Party 17,453 0.44 −0.43 0 0
  Australian Democrats 11,409 0.28 +0.01 0 0
  Socialist Equality Party 9,106 0.23 +0.15 0 0
  Liberal Democratic Party 8,928 0.22 +0.10 0 0
  Secular Party of Australia 3,529 0.09 +0.09 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 3,484 0.09 +0.03 0 0
  Australia First Party 3,375 0.08 +0.08 0 0
  Australian Sex Party 3,180 0.08 +0.08 0 0
  Non-Custodial Parents Party 2,835 0.07 +0.05 0 0
  Building Australia Party 1,497 0.04 +0.04 0 0
  Carers Alliance 1,458 0.04 +0.04 0 0
  Citizens Electoral Council 1,187 0.03 −0.19 0 0
  Communist Alliance 656 0.02 +0.02 0 0
  The Climate Sceptics 275 0.01 +0.01 0 0
  Independents 172,921 4.31 +1.00 2 +1
  Non Affiliated 1,391 0.03 +0.01 0 0
  Total 4,009,318     48 −1
Two-party-preferred vote
  Australian Labor Party 1,958,077 48.84 –4.84 26 –2
  Liberal/National Coalition 2,051,241 51.16 +4.84 20 0

Independents: Tony Windsor, Rob Oakeshott

Labor to Liberal: Bennelong, Macquarie

National to Independent: Lyne (retained from 2008 by-election)


Victoria[edit]

Electoral divisions: Victoria
Electoral divisions: Melbourne area
Turnout 93.46% (CV) — Informal 4.50%
Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Australian Labor Party 1,361,416 42.81 –1.88 22 +1
  Coalition          
  Liberal Party of Australia 1,159,301 36.45 –1.64 12 –2
  National Party of Australia 101,419 3.19 +0.17 2 0
  Australian Greens 402,482 12.66 +4.49 1 +1
  Family First Party 99,747 3.14 +0.12 0 0
  Liberal Democratic Party 7,839 0.25 +0.15 0 0
  Australian Sex Party 6,023 0.19 +0.19 0 0
  Secular Party of Australia 5,239 0.16 +0.16 0 0
  Australian Democrats 3,947 0.12 −1.10 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 2,225 0.07 +0.00 0 0
  Socialist Equality Party 1,656 0.05 +0.03 0 0
  Citizens Electoral Council 922 0.03 −0.24 0 0
  Christian Democratic Party 632 0.02 −0.02 0 0
  Australia First Party 295 0.01 +0.01 0 0
  Independents 26,525 0.83 −0.17 0 0
  Non Affiliated 516 0.02 +0.00 0 0
  Total 3,180,184     37 0
Two-party-preferred vote
  Australian Labor Party 1,758,982 55.31 +1.04 22 +1
  Liberal/National Coalition 1,421,202 44.69 –1.04 14 –2

Liberal to Labor: La Trobe, McEwen

Labor to Green: Melbourne


Queensland[edit]

Electoral divisions: Queensland
Electoral divisions: Brisbane area
Turnout 92.71% (CV) — Informal 5.45%
Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Liberal National Party 1,130,525 47.42 +2.95 21 +21
  Australian Labor Party 800,712 33.58 –9.33 8 –7
  Australian Greens 260,471 10.92 +5.29 0 0
  Family First Party 92,794 3.89 +1.62 0 0
  Liberal Democratic Party 4,662 0.20 +0.05 0 0
  Democratic Labor Party 4,590 0.19 +0.19 0 0
  One Nation 3,921 0.16 −0.20 0 0
  Citizens Electoral Council 1,462 0.06 −0.09 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 717 0.03 −0.02 0 0
  Secular Party of Australia 414 0.02 +0.02 0 0
  Independents 83,310 3.49 +0.50 1 0
  Non Affiliated 601 0.03 +0.03 0 0
  Total 2,384,179     30 +1
Two-party-preferred vote
  Liberal National Party 1,314,675 55.14 +5.58 21 +8
  Australian Labor Party 1,069,504 44.86 –5.58 8 –7

Independents: Bob Katter

Labor to LNP: Bonner, Brisbane, Dawson, Flynn, Forde, Leichhardt, Longman


Western Australia[edit]

Electoral divisions: Western Australia
Turnout 92.86% (CV) — Informal 4.82%
Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Liberal Party of Australia 566,145 47.02 +0.71 11 0
  Australian Labor Party 375,381 31.18 –5.62 3 –1
  Australian Greens 158,117 13.13 +4.20 0 0
  National Party (WA)[nb 1] 43,101 3.58 +2.44 1 +1
  Christian Democratic Party 27,833 2.31 +0.20 0 0
  Family First Party 20,698 1.72 +0.51 0 0
  Australian Sex Party 2,060 0.17 +0.17 0 0
  One Nation 1,471 0.12 −1.03 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 1,280 0.11 +0.01 0 0
  Citizens Electoral Council 1,277 0.11 −0.15 0 0
  Democratic Labor Party 622 0.05 +0.05 0 0
  The Climate Sceptics 539 0.04 +0.04 0 0
  Socialist Equality Party 398 0.03 +0.02 0 0
  Independents 5,079 0.42 –1.27 0 0
  Total 1,204,001     15
Two-party-preferred vote
  Liberal Party of Australia 679,140 56.41 +3.15 11 0
  Australian Labor Party 524,861 43.59 –3.15 3 –1

Labor to Liberal: Hasluck

Liberal to WA National: O'Connor


South Australia[edit]

Electoral divisions: South Australia
Turnout 93.80% (CV) — Informal 5.46%
Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Australian Labor Party 399,279 40.74 –2.44 6 0
  Liberal Party of Australia 394,003 40.21 –1.55 5 0
  Australian Greens 117,364 11.98 +5.03 0 0
  Family First Party 48,638 4.96 +0.91 0 0
  Australian Democrats 7,020 0.72 −0.79 0 0
  The Climate Sceptics 3,525 0.36 +0.36 0 0
  Liberal Democratic Party 2,833 0.29 +0.12 0 0
  One Nation 1,105 0.11 −0.06 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 786 0.08 +0.08 0 0
  Secular Party of Australia 310 0.03 +0.03 0 0
  Independents 5,086 0.52 –0.18 0 0
  Total 979,949     11
Two-party-preferred vote
  Australian Labor Party 521,115 53.18 +0.78 6 0
  Liberal Party of Australia 458,834 46.82 –0.78 5 0


Tasmania[edit]

Electoral divisions: Tasmania
Turnout 95.08% (CV) — Informal 4.04%
Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Australian Labor Party 143,796 43.95 +1.18 4 –1
  Liberal Party of Australia 109,908 33.60 –4.62 0 0
  Australian Greens 55,042 16.82 +3.32 0 0
  Secular Party of Australia 1,085 0.33 +0.33 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 856 0.26 +0.00 0 0
  Citizens Electoral Council 838 0.26 −0.31 0 0
  Independents 15,627 4.78 +2.56 1 +1
  Total 327,152     5
Two-party-preferred vote
  Australian Labor Party 198,332 60.62 +4.41 4 –1
  Liberal Party of Australia 128,830 39.38 –4.41 0 0

Independents: Andrew Wilkie

Labor to Independent: Denison


Territories[edit]

Electoral divisions: Territories

Australian Capital Territory[edit]

House of Representatives (IRV) — Turnout 94.74% (CV) — Informal 4.66%
Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Australian Labor Party 100,700 45.02 –6.08 2 0
  Liberal Party of Australia 77,880 34.81 +1.58 0 0
  Australian Greens 42,942 19.20 +6.04 0 0
  Secular Party of Australia 2,175 0.97 +0.97 0 0
  Total 223,697     2
Two-party-preferred vote
  Australian Labor Party 137,948 61.67 –1.73 2 0
  Liberal Party of Australia 85,749 38.33 +1.73 0 0

Northern Territory[edit]

House of Representatives (IRV) — Turnout 82.71% (CV) — Informal 6.19%
Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Country Liberal Party 38,335 40.83 –0.20 1 +1
  Australian Labor Party 35,589 37.91 –9.74 1 –1
  Australian Greens 12,175 12.97 +4.92 0 0
  Citizens Electoral Council 2,331 2.48 +2.23 0 0
  One Nation 1,505 1.60 +1.60 0 0
  Independents 3,948 4.21 +1.55 0 0
  Total 93,883     2
Two-party-preferred vote
  Australian Labor Party 47,636 50.74 –4.67 1 –1
  Country Liberal Party 46,247 49.26 +4.67 1 +1

Labor to CLP: Solomon


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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b The National Party of Western Australia prior to and subsequent to the election are in no federal Coalition agreement, Nationals WA MP Tony Crook has stated that he is a crossbencher, and has said: "In every news report and press report we see, my number is being allocated in with the Coalition and it shouldn't be". Thus, the party has been counted separately from the Coalition totals.

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