Halalang pederal sa Australya, 2010

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2007 Watawat ng Australia Next
Halalang pederal sa Australya, 2010
All 150 seats in the Australian House of Representatives
and 40 (of the 76) seats in the Australian Senate
21 Agosto 2010 (2010-08-21)
First party Second party
Julia Gillard 2010 crop.jpg Tony Abbott - 2010 crop.jpg
Leader Julia Gillard Tony Abbott
Party PMA Koalisyon
Leader since 24 Hunyo 2010 (2010-06-24) 1 Disyembre 2009 (2009-12-01)
Leader's seat Lalor Warringah
Last election 83 seats 65 seats
Seats won 72 seats 72 seats
Seat change Decrease11 Increase7
Popular vote 6,216,445 6,185,918
Percentage 50.12% 49.88%
Swing Decrease2.58 Increase2.58

Resulting Prime Minister
Julia Gillard
PMA

Results[baguhin]

House of Representatives[baguhin]

Silipin din: Post-election pendulum for the Australian federal election, 2010
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
  National Party (WA)[nb 1] 43,101 0.34 +0.20 1 +1
  Independents 312,496 2.52 +0.30 4 +2
  Other 510,876 4.11 −0.38 0 0
  Total 12,402,364     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

Senate[baguhin]


Senate (STV GV) — Turnout 93.82% (CV) — Informal 3.75%
Party Votes % Swing Seats won Total seats Change
  Liberal/National Coalition 4,871,871 38.30 –1.47 18 34 –3
  Australian Labor Party 4,469,734 35.13 –5.17 15 31 –1
  Australian Greens 1,667,315 13.11 +4.07 6 9 +4
  Family First Party 267,493 2.10 +0.48 0 0 –1
  Democratic Labor Party 134,987 1.06 +0.14 1 1 +1
  Independents 55,786 0.44 –0.94 0 1 0
  Other 1,255,047 9.86 +2.89 0 0 0
  Total 12,722,233     40 76

Marginal[baguhin]

Seat Pre-2010 Swing Post-2010
Party Member Margin Margin Likely member Party
Bennelong, NSW   Labor Maxine McKew 1.40 4.52 3.12 John Alexander Liberal  
Bonner, Qld   Labor Kerry Rea 5.47 7.35 2.82 Ross Vasta LNP  
Brisbane, Qld   Labor Arch Bevis 4.60 5.73 1.13 Teresa Gambaro LNP  
Dawson, Qld   Labor James Bidgood 2.59 5.02 2.43 George Christensen LNP  
Denison, Tas   Labor Duncan Kerr 15.29 N/A 1.21 Andrew Wilkie Independent  
Flynn, Qld   Labor Chris Trevor 2.24 5.82 3.58 Ken O'Dowd LNP  
Forde, Qld   Labor Brett Raguse 3.36 4.99 1.63 Bert Van Manen LNP  
Hasluck, WA   Labor Sharryn Jackson 0.85 1.42 0.57 Ken Wyatt Liberal  
La Trobe, Vic   Liberal Jason Wood 0.51 1.42 0.91 Laura Smyth Labor  
Leichhardt, Qld   Labor Jim Turnour 4.06 8.61 4.55 Warren Entsch LNP  
Longman, Qld   Labor Jon Sullivan 1.87 3.79 1.92 Wyatt Roy LNP  
Macquarie, NSW   Labor Bob Debus 0.28 1.49 1.21 Louise Markus Liberal  
Melbourne, Vic   Labor Lindsay Tanner 4.71 10.75 6.04 Adam Bandt Greens  
McEwen, Vic   Liberal Fran Bailey 0.02 5.34 5.32 Rob Mitchell Labor  
O'Connor, WA   Liberal Wilson Tuckey 12.76 N/A 3.56 Tony Crook Nationals WA  
Solomon, NT   Labor Damian Hale 0.19 1.94 1.75 Natasha Griggs CLP  
  1. 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.