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STATISTICS RELATING TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE—TOTAL NUMBER AND BREAKDOWN BY SENATOR

Total number of questions placed on notice 3482 (or 3445 excluding 37 which were withdrawn or lapsed)

Total number of questions unanswered 428 (12.42%)
Total number of questions answered 3017 (87.58%)
Total number of questions withdrawn 36  
Total number of questions lapsed 1  

(Note: withdrawn and lapsed questions are not included when calculating percentages)

Number of questions asked by Senators

Senator Allison (AD)

389*

Senator Evans (ALP)

471

Senator Lundy (ALP)

11

Senator Santoro (LP)

1

Senator Bartlett (AD)

17

Senator Faulkner (ALP)

65

Senator Marshall (ALP)

11

Senator Sherry (ALP)

145

Senator Bishop (ALP)

171

Senator Fielding (FFP)

1

Senator Mason (LP)

12

Senator Siewert (AG)

62

Senator Boswell (NAT)

1

Senator Forshaw (ALP)

1

Senator McLucas (ALP)

166

Senator Stephens (ALP)

13

Senator B. Brown (AG)

264§

Senator Greig (AD)

5

Senator Milne (AG)

90

Senator Sterle (ALP)

1

Senator Campbell (ALP)

4

Senator Harris (ON)

6

Senator Moore (ALP)

1

Senator Stott Despoja (AD)

42

Senator Carr (ALP)

29

Senator Hogg (ALP)

1

Senator Murray (AD)

27

Senator Watson (LP)

1

Senator Chapman (LP)

1

Senator Humphries (LP)

2

Senator Nettle (AG)

55

Senator Webber (ALP)

23

Senator Conroy (ALP)

9

Senator Hurley (ALP)

6

Senator O’Brien (ALP)

1110

Senator Wong (ALP)

33

Senator Cook (ALP)

1

Senator Hutchins (ALP)

19

Senator Parry (LP)

2

 

 

Senator Crossin (ALP)

23

Senator Kirk (ALP)

6

Senator Ray (ALP)

44

 

 

Senator Denman (ALP)

2

Senator Ludwig (ALP)

137

Senator Ridgeway (AD)

1

 

 

* Includes 3 questions which the senator subsequently withdrew.
§ Includes 2 questions which the senator subsequently withdrew.
Includes 31 questions which the senator subsequently withdrew.
Includes 1 question which lapsed from the Notice Paper at the end of his term.

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