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Halalang pederal sa Australya, 2016

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All 150 seats in the House of Representatives
76 seats were needed for a majority
All 76 seats in the Senate
Registered15,671,551
Turnout91.0%
  First party Second party
  Malcolm Turnbull Bill Shorten
Leader Malcolm Turnbull Bill Shorten
Party Liberal/National coalition Australian Labor Party
Leader since 14 Setyembre 2015 (2015-09-14) 13 Oktubre 2013 (2013-10-13)
Leader's seat Wentworth (NSW) Maribyrnong (Vic.)
Last election 90 seats, 53.49% 55 seats, 46.51%
Seats won 76 seats 69 seats
Seat change Decrease14 Increase14
Popular vote 5,131,505 4,702,296
Percentage 42.04% 34.73%
Swing Decrease3.51 Increase1.35
TPP 50.36% 49.64%
TPP swing Decrease3.13 Increase3.13

  Third party Fourth party
  Richard Di Natale Nick Xenophon
Leader Richard Di Natale Nick Xenophon
Party Australian Greens Nick Xenophon Team
Leader since 6 Mayo 2015 (2015-05-06) 1 Hunyo 2013 (2013-06-01)
Leader's seat Senator for Victoria Senator for South Australia
Last election 1 seat, 8.65% new party
Seats won 1 seat 1 seat
Seat change Straight Line Steady.svg Increase1
Popular vote 1,385,651 250,333
Percentage 10.23% 1.85%
Swing Increase1.58 Increase1.85

  Fifth party
  Bob Katter
Leader Bob Katter
Party Katter's Australian Party
Leader since 3 Hunyo 2011 (2011-06-03)
Leader's seat Kennedy (Qld.)
Last election 1 seat, 1.04%
Seats won 1 seat
Seat change Straight Line Steady.svg
Popular vote 72,879
Percentage 0.54%
Swing Decrease0.50

Australian Federal Election 2016 - Simple Map.svg
Winning party by division for the House of Representatives.

Prime Minister before election

Malcolm Turnbull
Liberal/National coalition

Subsequent Prime Minister

Malcolm Turnbull
Liberal/National coalition

Padron:Australian federal election, 2016 sidebar

Results[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

House of Representatives[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Silipin din: Post-election pendulum for the Australian federal election, 2016
Silipin din: Members of the Australian House of Representatives, 2016–2019
Government (76)
Coalition
     Liberal (45)
     LNP (21)[a]
     National (10)

Opposition (69)
     Labor (69)

Crossbench (5)
     Greens (1)
     Xenophon (1)
     Katter (1)
     Independent (2)[b]  
  1. 15 LNP MPs sit in the Liberal party room and 6 in the National party room
  2. Current independent MPs: Andrew Wilkie (Denison) and Cathy McGowan (Indi).
According to the 1−100 Gallagher Index, the disproportionality in the lower house is comparatively high at about 12.7 in 2016 − compared to 9.7 in 2013, 11.3 in 2010 and 10.3 in 2007.
House of Representatives (IRV) – Turnout 90.98% (CV) – Informal 5.05%[1]
Party Votes % Swing (pp) Seats % Change (seats)
  Australian Labor Party 4,702,296 34.73 +1.35 69 46.00 +14
  Liberal/National Coalition
  Liberal Party of Australia 3,882,905 28.67 −3.35 45 30.00 −13
  Liberal National Party (QLD) 1,153,736 8.52 −0.40 21 14.00 −1
  National Party of Australia 624,555 4.61 +0.32 10 6.67 +1
  Country Liberal Party (NT) 32,409 0.24 −0.08 0 0.00 −1
Liberal/National Coalition Total 5,131,505 42.04 -3.51 76 50.67 14
  Australian Greens 1,385,650 10.23 +1.58 1 0.67 ±0
  Nick Xenophon Team 250,333 1.85 +1.85 1 0.67 +1
  Katter's Australian Party 72,879 0.54 −0.50 1 0.67 ±0
  Palmer United Party 315 0.00 −5.49 0 0.00 −1
  Independents 380,712 2.81 +1.44 2 1.33 ±0
  Other 1,055,311 7.79 +3.28 0 0.00 ±0
  Total 13,541,101 150
Two-party-preferred vote
  Liberal/National Coalition 6,818,824 50.36 −3.13 76 50.67 −14
  Australian Labor Party 6,722,277 49.64 +3.13 69 46.00 +14

Independents: Andrew Wilkie (Denison), Cathy McGowan (Indi)

Popular vote
Labor
  
34.73%
Liberal
  
28.67%
Greens
  
10.23%
LNP (QLD)
  
8.52%
National
  
4.61%
NXT
  
1.85%
Katter's
  
0.54%
CLP (NT)
  
0.24%
Independents
  
2.81%
Other
  
7.79%
Two-party-preferred vote
Coalition
  
50.36%
Labor
  
49.64%
Seats
Coalition
  
50.67%
Labor
  
46.00%
Greens
  
0.67%
NXT
  
0.67%
Katter's
  
0.67%
Independents
  
1.33%

Divisions changing hands[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Members in italics did not re-contest their House of Representatives seats at this election.

Seat Pre-2016 Swing Post-2016
Party Member Margin Margin Member Party
Barton, NSW [1] Liberal Nickolas Varvaris −4.39 3.91 8.30 Linda Burney Labor
Bass, TAS Liberal Andrew Nikolic 4.04 10.13 6.09 Ross Hart Labor
Braddon, TAS Liberal Brett Whiteley 2.56 4.76 2.20 Justine Keay Labor
Burt, WA Liberal Seat created 6.09 13.20 7.11 Matt Keogh Labor
Chisholm, VIC Labor Anna Burke 1.60 2.84 1.24 Julia Banks Liberal
Cowan, WA Liberal Luke Simpkins 4.52 5.20 0.68 Anne Aly Labor
Dobell, NSW [1] Liberal Karen McNamara −0.18 4.63 4.81 Emma McBride Labor
Eden-Monaro, NSW Liberal Peter Hendy 2.91 5.84 2.93 Mike Kelly Labor
Fairfax, QLD Palmer United Clive Palmer 0.03 N/A 10.89 Ted O'Brien Liberal National
Herbert, QLD [2] Liberal National Ewen Jones 6.17 6.19 0.02 Cathy O'Toole Labor
Hindmarsh, SA   Liberal Matt Williams 1.89 2.47 0.58 Steve Georganas Labor  
Lindsay, NSW Liberal Fiona Scott 2.99 4.10 1.11 Emma Husar Labor
Longman, QLD   Liberal National Wyatt Roy 6.92 7.71 0.79 Susan Lamb Labor  
Lyons, TAS Liberal Eric Hutchinson 1.22 3.53 2.31 Brian Mitchell Labor
Macarthur, NSW Liberal Russell Matheson 3.39 11.72 8.33 Mike Freelander Labor
Macquarie, NSW   Liberal Louise Markus 4.48 6.67 2.19 Susan Templeman Labor  
Mayo, SA Liberal Jamie Briggs 12.51 N/A 4.97 Rebekha Sharkie Nick Xenophon Team
Murray, VIC Liberal Sharman Stone 20.87 N/A 5.13 Damian Drum National
Paterson, NSW [1] Liberal Bob Baldwin −0.27 10.47 10.74 Meryl Swanson Labor
Solomon, NT Country Liberal Natasha Griggs 1.40 7.40 6.00 Luke Gosling Labor

Notes

1 As a result of the 2015 boundary redistribution, the New South Wales Liberal-held seats of Barton, Dobell and Paterson became notionally marginal Labor seats.

2 A re-count commenced on 19 July in the Queensland division of Herbert. Prior to the re-count, Labor was provisionally ahead of its LNP candidate by eight votes.[2][3] On 31 July the Australian Electoral Commission announced Labor had won Herbert by 37 votes.[4][5] The LNP was considering a legal challenge to the result.[6][7]

Senate[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

Silipin din: Members of the Australian Senate, 2016–2019

The final Senate result was announced on 4 August. The incumbent Liberal/National Coalition government won 30 seats, a net loss of three − the Coalition lost four Senators, one each from New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia, but gained a Senator in Victoria. The Coalition subsequently lost South Australian Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi, who quit to form the Australian Conservatives party. The Labor opposition won 26 seats, a gain of one − a Senator in Western Australia. The number of crossbenchers increased by two to a record 20. The Liberal/National Coalition will require at least ten additional votes to reach a Senate majority, an increase of four.[8][9][10]

Government (30)
Coalition
     Liberal (21)
     LNP (5)[a]
     National (3)
     CLP (1)[b]

Opposition (26)
     Labor (26)

Crossbench (20)
     Green (9)
     One Nation (4)
     Xenophon (3)
     Family First (1)
     Liberal Democrat (1)
     Lambie (1)
     Hinch (1)
  1. 3 LNP Senators sit in the Liberal party room and 2 in the National party room
  2. Sits in National party room
Senate (STV OPV) – Turnout 91.90% (CV) – Informal 3.94%[11][9]
Party Votes % Swing Seats won % Change
  Australian Labor Party 4,123,153 29.79 +0.16 26 34.21 +1
  Liberal/National Coalition
  Liberal/National joint ticket 2,769,426 20.01 −1.32 10 13.16 ±0
  Liberal Party of Australia 1,067,286 7.71 +0.77 14 18.42 −2
  Liberal National Party (QLD) 960,467 6.94 −1.16 5 6.58 −1
  Country Liberal Party (NT) 37,156 0.27 −0.05 1 1.32 ±0
  The Nationals (WA) 34,633 0.25 −0.06 0 0.00 ±0
Liberal/National Coalition Total 4,868,968 35.18 −2.52 30 39.47 −3
  Australian Greens 1,197,690 8.65 −0.58 9 11.84 −1
  Pauline Hanson's One Nation 592,539 4.28 +3.75 4 5.26 +4
  Nick Xenophon Team 456,556 3.30 +1.37 3 3.95 +2
  Liberal Democratic Party 298,930 2.16 −1.59 1 1.32 ±0
  Derryn Hinch's Justice Party 266,660 1.93 +1.93 1 1.32 +1
  Family First Party 189,852 1.37 +0.25 1 1.32 ±0
  Democratic Labour Party 94,525 0.68 −0.18 0 0.00 −1
  Jacqui Lambie Network 69,074 0.50 +0.50 1 1.32 +1
  Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party 53,242 0.38 −0.12 0 0.00 −1
  Palmer United Party 26,230 0.19 −5.42 0 0.00 −3
  Other 1,601,481 11.57 +1.25 0 0.00 ±0
  Total 13,838,900 76
Popular vote
Labor
  
29.79%
Liberal/National
  
20.01%
Greens
  
8.65%
Liberal
  
7.71%
LNP (QLD)
  
6.94%
NXT
  
3.30%
CLP (NT)
  
0.27%
National
  
0.25%
Other
  
23.08%
Seats
Coalition
  
39.47%
Labor
  
34.21%
Greens
  
11.84%
NXT
  
3.95%
CLP (NT)
  
1.32%
Other
  
10.52%
States and Territories
Party NSW Vic Qld WA SA Tas ACT NT Total
  Liberal/National Coalition 5 5 5 5 4 4 1 1 30
  Australian Labor Party 4 4 4 4 3 5 1 1 26
  Australian Greens 1 2 1 2 1 2 9
  Pauline Hanson's One Nation 1 2 1 4
  Nick Xenophon Team 3 3
  Derryn Hinch's Justice Party 1 1
  Jacqui Lambie Network 1 1
  Liberal Democratic Party 1 1
  Family First Party 1 1
Total 12 12 12 12 12 12 2 2 76
  1. "First preferences by party". Virtual Tally Room: 2016 election. Australian Electoral Commission (AEC). 2 Hulyo 2016. Sininop mula sa orihinal noong 19 Setyembre 2016. Hinango noong 4 Agosto 2016. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (tulong)
  2. Maling banggit (Hindi tamang <ref> tag; walang binigay na teksto para sa refs na may pangalang AEC20160719); $2
  3. Maling banggit (Hindi tamang <ref> tag; walang binigay na teksto para sa refs na may pangalang abc results); $2
  4. Maling banggit (Hindi tamang <ref> tag; walang binigay na teksto para sa refs na may pangalang HerbertSMH); $2
  5. Maling banggit (Hindi tamang <ref> tag; walang binigay na teksto para sa refs na may pangalang HerbertVTR); $2
  6. "LNP to consider legal action if it loses Herbert recount". Courier Mail. 29 Hulyo 2016. Sininop mula sa orihinal noong 31 Hulyo 2016. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (tulong)
  7. Maling banggit (Hindi tamang <ref> tag; walang binigay na teksto para sa refs na may pangalang HerbertABC); $2
  8. Maling banggit (Hindi tamang <ref> tag; walang binigay na teksto para sa refs na may pangalang aectwitter); $2
  9. 9.0 9.1 Maling banggit (Hindi tamang <ref> tag; walang binigay na teksto para sa refs na may pangalang abc senate results); $2
  10. Maling banggit (Hindi tamang <ref> tag; walang binigay na teksto para sa refs na may pangalang photofinish); $2
  11. "First preferences by party". Australian Electoral Commission (sa Ingles). Sininop mula sa orihinal noong 5 Oktubre 2016. Hinango noong 4 Hulyo 2016. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (tulong)