Table 5: House of Representatives: Socio-economic status summary

Low

Party

Candidates

Seats won

Votes

Per cent

Swing

Australian Labor Party

38

17

1 109 218

35.58

-4.92

Liberal Party (b)

23

7

 715 194

22.94

-0.41

Liberal National Party of Queensland

6

4

 236 305

7.58

+0.75

The Nationals

12

7

 425 678

13.66

+0.94

The Greens

38

 270 513

8.68

+2.78

Family First Party

22

 77 432

2.48

-0.15

Others

72

3

 283 012

9.08

+1.23

Formal

3 117 352

94.25

-1.47

Informal

 190 023

5.75

+1.47

Total/turnout

211

38

3 307 375

93.68

Enrolled

 

 

3 530 389

 

 

Lower middle

Party

Candidates

Seats won

Votes

Per cent

Swing

Australian Labor Party

37

22

1 327 710

44.05

-4.37

Liberal Party

28

8

 832 595

27.62

+0.81

Liberal National Party of Queensland

9

6

 320 320

10.63

+0.56

The Nationals

3

 34 710

1.15

-0.34

The Greens

37

 324 128

10.75

+3.59

Family First Party

28

 81 298

2.70

+0.47

Others

69

1

 93 340

3.10

-0.66

Formal

3 014 101

93.93

-1.92

Informal

 194 694

6.07

+1.92

Total/turnout

211

37

3 208 795

93.20

Enrolled

 

 

3 442 745

 

 

Upper middle

Party

Candidates

Seats won

Votes

Per cent

Swing

Australian Labor Party

38

20

1 217 988

39.05

-5.21

Liberal Party (b)

29

11

1 005 500

32.24

+0.60

Liberal National Party of Queensland

9

7

 354 045

11.35

+0.69

The Nationals

1

 1 999

0.06

+0.06

The Greens

38

 381 753

12.24

+4.42

Family First Party

33

 80 586

2.58

+0.55

Others

70

 77 215

2.48

-1.01

Formal

3 119 086

94.44

-1.65

Informal

 183 600

5.56

+1.65

Total/turnout

218

38

3 302 686

93.09

Enrolled

 

 

3 547 979

 

 

High

Party

Candidates

Seats won

Votes

Per cent

Swing

Australian Labor Party

37

13

1 056 447

33.52

-7.10

Liberal Party

31

19

1 262 429

40.05

+1.99

Liberal National Party of Queensland

6

4

 219 855

6.98

+0.37

The Greens

37

1

 482 604

15.31

+5.08

Family First Party

25

 40 014

1.27

+0.19

Others

73

 90 475

2.87

-0.24

Formal

3 151 824

95.14

-1.38

Informal

 160 987

4.86

+1.38

Total/turnout

209

37

3 312 811

92.91

Enrolled

 

 

3 565 756

 

 

(a) For an explanation of the socio-economic status classifications see: P Nelson, 'Socio-economic indexes for 2009 electoral divisions: 2006 Census', Research Paper, No 1, Department of Parliamentary Services, Canberra, 2010–11.
(b) Includes Country Liberals (NT).

 

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