National Swing To ALP Currently 3.17%; Swings To ALP In Every State And Territory

On current figures, the national swing to the ALP in the federal election is 3.17%.

There were swings to the ALP in every State and Territory. However, the Coalition currently leads the national two-party-preferred vote with 50.32% to the ALP’s 49.68%.

The Coalition won a majority of the two-party vote in three states. Its best result was in Western Australia (54.58%), following by Queensland the New South Wales.

The ALP won three states and both territories. Its best result was in the ACT (60.60%), followed by the Northern Territory, South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria.

There were swings to the ALP in 120 of the 150 House of Representatives seats. Another 16 seats recorded swings to the Coalition, all but 3 of which were already held by the Coalition.

There were a 14 non Coalition-Labor contests. Five involved the Greens (4 ALP-Greens, 1 Lib-Greens). Three involved the Nick Xenophon Team, whilst another five involved independents and Bob Katter. There was one seat (Murray) that moved from the Liberal Party to The Nationals.

NOTE: All the figures on this page are correct, as of July 13, 2016. They will change slightly as counting is finalised. The full counting of ALP v Coalition in all 150 seats has not been finalised. In 14 seats, the two-party count involves other parties. This page will be updated when final figures are known.

2016 Federal Election – Two-Party-Preferred (as of July 13)
State/
Territory
Coalition
Votes
% ALP Votes % Total Votes Swing
to ALP
NSW 1,883,013
50.40
1,852,949
49.60
3,735,962
3.95
VIC 1,283,732
48.56
1,359,964
51.44
2,643,696
1.24
QLD 1,291,410
53.92
1,103,418
46.08
2,394,828
3.06
WA 660,416
54.58
549,635
45.42
1,201,051
3.70
SA 302,107
43.50
392,314
56.50
694,421
8.86
TAS 116,386
44.54
144,908
55.46
261,294
4.23
ACT 91,356
39.40
140,493
60.60
231,849
0.69
NT 39,874
42.76
53,379
57.24
93,253
7.59
AUST 5,668,294
50.32
5,597,060
49.68
11,265,354
3.17

 

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