Primary Votes

A primary vote is the “number one” vote cast by an elector in an Australian ballot.

It is the best guide to the actual level of support for a political party or candidate, as distinct from the support measured by the two-party-preferred vote.

House Primary Votes

Senate Primary Votes

Seats Won On Primary Votes

Primary Vote Leads Overturned By Preferences

Research Paper

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