2016 Federal Election
Updated: Mon, 08 Aug 2016 3:50:55 PM AEST
Vote type by state
This table provides the number and percentage breakdown of votes received by vote type by state and territory.
This table is sortable by selecting on column headers.
- An ordinary vote is a vote cast by an elector when their name can be verified on the electoral roll at the place of voting. This can be at an early voting centre or polling place in the voter's own division or at an interstate voting centre.
- An absent vote is a vote cast at a polling place outside of a voter's electoral division, but still within their state or territory.
- Provisional votes are votes cast at a polling place where the elector's name cannot be found on the roll, the elector's name has already been marked off the roll or votes cast by a silent elector.
- These results are final.
|State||Enrolment||Ordinary||Absent||Provisional||Declaration pre-poll||Postal||Total||Turnout %|
|New South Wales||5,084,274||3,998,745||200,611||18,406||141,176||292,461||4,651,399||91.49|
|Australian Capital Territory||282,045||230,644||3,195||1,009||12,482||12,597||259,927||92.16|