2001 Census


Current Issues Brief Index 2003-04

Current Issues Brief no.6 2003-04

Socioeconomic Indexes for Electoral Divisions: 2001 Census

Gerard Newman and Andrew Kopras
Statistics Group
10 February 2004

Contents

Index of Relative Socioeconomic Advantage/Disadvantage
Index of Relative Socioeconomic Disadvantage
Index of Economic Resources
Index of Education and Occupation

Endnotes

Appendix

List of Tables

Index of Relative Socioeconomic Advantage/Disadvantage

Ranked by the Index of Relative Socioeconomic Advantage/Disadvantage

Index of Relative Socioeconomic Disadvantage

Ranked by the Index of Relative Socioeconomic Disadvantage

Index of Economic Resources

Ranked by the Index of Economic Resources

Index of Education and Occupation

Ranked by the Index of Education and Occupation

List of Maps -Maps not available in HTML version due to size

Index of Relative Socioeconomic Advantage/Disadvantage

Index of Relative Socioeconomic Disadvantage

Index of Economic Resources

Index of Education and Occupation

 

Introduction

This paper provides data on four summary indexes, derived from the 2001 Census of Population and Housing, that measure different aspects of socioeconomic conditions for Commonwealth Electoral Divisions.

The five-yearly censuses of population conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) collect data on a broad range of social and economic aspects of the Australian population. Each household is required to answer nearly fifty questions, covering such diverse topics as birthplace, occupation, educational qualifications, methods of travel to work and ownership of dwellings. While it is possible to compare Electoral Divisions on the basis of each census variable it is often more useful to compare divisions on the basis of a summary of related variables. The indexes shown in this paper have been derived by the ABS for this purpose. A paper comparing Electoral Divisions on the basis of a number of individual census variables has been published previously by the Parliamentary Library.(1)

This paper shows each Electoral Division ranked on the basis of each index, together with a description of each index and some notable features of the rankings. It has been produced from data obtained from the Australian Bureau of Statistics for Census Collection Districts (CCD) and aggregated to Commonwealth Electoral Divisions (CED) by taking the weighted average (based on Census population figures) of the CED. All indexes have been constructed so that relatively disadvantaged areas have low index values. A more detailed explanation of the indexes is available from an Information Paper published by the ABS.(2)

Data for each index is presented in two tables. The first table shows each Electoral Division in alphabetical order and the second shows each Electoral Division ranked by the index (divisions are ranked from lowest to highest). The political party holding the Electoral Division after the 2001 election and 2002 Cunningham by-election is shown on each table. The paper also includes choropleth maps of electoral divisions for each index.

Description of the Indexes

There are four indexes shown in this paper. Each index summarises a different aspect of the socioeconomic conditions in the Electoral Divisions. The indexes have been obtained by summarising the information from a variety of social and economic variables. While there are similarities in the rankings of the Electoral Divisions, each index uses a different set of underlying variables.

The four indexes are:

       Index of Relative Socioeconomic Advantage/Disadvantage

       Index of Relative Socioeconomic Disadvantage

       Index of Economic Resources

       Index of Education and Occupation.

All the indexes (including the Index of Relative Socioeconomic Disadvantage) have been constructed so that relatively advantaged areas have high index values. For the Index of Relative Socioeconomic Disadvantage this means that relatively disadvantaged areas have low index numbers. To enable easy recognition of high and low scores, the index scores have been standardised to have a mean of 1000 across all Collection Districts in Australia. See the Appendix to this paper for a detailed list of the variables included in each index.

The Index of Relative Socioeconomic Advantage/Disadvantage includes variables that measure relative social and economic well-being. Indicators included are: income, occupation, employment status, educational qualification, internet usage and size of dwelling. A higher score on this index means that an area has a relatively high proportion of people with high incomes, professional occupations and tertiary qualifications. It also means that an area has a low proportion of people with low incomes, unskilled occupations and no education qualifications. Conversely, a lower score on this index means that an area has a relatively high proportion of people with these characteristics and a low proportion of people with high incomes, professional occupations and tertiary education qualifications.

As the name implies, the Index of Relative Socioeconomic Disadvantage is derived from attributes that indicate relative social and economic hardship. Variables included are low income, low educational attainment, unskilled occupations, high unemployment, one-parent families, renting households and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. To maintain consistency with the other indexes, the Index of Socioeconomic Disadvantage has been inverted so that advantaged Electoral Divisions have a high index score and disadvantaged divisions have a low score. Thus a high score on this index means that an area has relatively fewer people with the above attributes, while a low score indicates relatively more people with these attributes. It is important to understand that a high score here reflects a lack of disadvantage rather than high advantage.

The Index of Economic Resources reflects the profile of the economic resources of families in Electoral Divisions. The indicators summarised in this index reflect the income and expenditure of families. Variables included are: mortgage repayments, rental payments, income and sized dwelling. A high score on this index means that an area has a higher proportion of people with high incomes, large mortgage payments, large rental payments and large dwelling size, while a low score indicates a lower proportion of people with these characteristics.

The Index of Education and Occupation is designed to reflect the educational and occupational structure of the population. Education variables included in the index are the level of educational qualification attained or whether further study is being undertaken. Occupational variables include the major occupation groups and the unemployed. An area with a high score on this index would have a high concentration of people with higher educational qualifications or undertaking further study and persons employed in higher skilled occupations. A low score indicates a concentration of people with low education attainment, low occupation skills or unemployed persons.

Data Limitations

The indexes contained in this paper are subject to a number of limitations which should be borne in mind when the indexes are used to compare Electoral Divisions.

Firstly, the indexes include only some of the social and economic variables for which data was collected in the 2001 Census of Population and Housing. There are a number of social and economic indicators, such as wealth, savings, health, access to infrastructure, that affect the well-being of the population but are not collected in the census and are therefore not included in the indexes. In addition, the indexes include only a limited number of the available census variables. Some notable exclusions from the indexes are age, country of birth, religion and hours of work.

Secondly, the indexes which have been produced depend upon the variables that have been included and the relative weights attached to those variables. The inclusion of a different range of variables or a different weighting pattern would result in a different index score. The indexes included in this paper are only four of the many indexes that could have been produced using census data.

In addition to the above conceptual limitations in the indexes, there are a number of technical limitations. Non-response to individual census items may affect the accuracy of the indexes if there is a socioeconomic bias to non-response. Persons in non-private dwellings (e.g. boarding houses, etc.) are under-represented in the indexes as the variables pertaining to families and dwellings include only occupied private dwellings. The census results are based on place of enumeration rather than place of usual residence, thus holiday resort areas (e.g. Gold Coast) may be affected.

Other aspects of the indexes that should be borne in mind when comparing the indexes for different Electoral Divisions are that:

       The indexes are 'ordinal measures' and not 'interval measures', i.e. the indexes can be used to order Electoral Divisions into a ranked order but cannot be used to show that one Division is twice as well-off if its index score is twice that of another Division.

       The indexes reflect the socioeconomic well-being of an Electoral Division rather than of individuals. Because all people in an Electoral Division are not identical, the index scores do not apply to individuals but rather the way people are summed together for the area.

       The degree of heterogeneity within a Collection District influences the index score of that Collection District and hence the Electoral Division; the more homogeneous Collection Districts tend towards the extreme index scores.

       Partly because of the above, the interpretation of the index is more straightforward for Electoral Divisions that have extreme values. For example, it is usually easy to see why an Electoral Division with a high index score has that status, but it is more difficult to draw comparisons between Electoral Divisions with mid-ranked scores.

Highlights

The following section provides comment on the main features of each index. Because of the similar variables used to construct each index there are certain similarities in the rankings of Electoral Divisions for the various indexes. For instance, the divisions of Bradfield and North Sydney are ranked highest on each index while the divisions of Fowler and Bonython are the two lowest ranked divisions for three out of the four indexes. A number of divisions in the north shore area of Sydney and in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne appear in the top twenty rankings for each index. Similarly a number of rural and outer-metropolitan divisions appear in the bottom twenty rankings for all indexes.

Index of Relative Socioeconomic Advantage/Disadvantage

This index measures the relative social and economic well-being of the area. It combines attributes of relative advantage (high incomes, skilled workforce etc.) with attributes of relative disadvantage (low incomes, unskilled workforce etc.). The Electoral Division with the highest index score is the Sydney north shore division of Bradfield, while the division with the lowest score is the northern Adelaide division of Bonython. The median divisions (index score where there are an equal number of divisions above and below that score) are the southern New South Wales division of Hume and the inner-Melbourne division of Batman.

Most of the twenty highest ranked divisions are located on the north shore of Sydney (Bradfield, North Sydney, Warringah, Berowra, Mackellar and Bennelong) and in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne (Kooyong, Higgins, Goldstein and Menzies). Other divisions to feature in the top twenty are the traditionally well-off areas of Brisbane (Ryan) and Perth (Curtin) and the two ACT divisions (Canberra and Fraser). The increasing gentrification of inner city areas is illustrated by the high ranking of inner city divisions of Melbourne Ports, Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. No South Australian or Tasmanian divisions feature in the top twenty. Fourteen of the top twenty divisions are held by the Liberal Party while the rest are held by the Labor Party.

Divisions with a low score are typically either outer-suburban or rural. Of the twenty divisions with the lowest score, six are outer-suburban (Fowler and Chifley in Sydney, Oxley and Longman in Brisbane and Bonython in Adelaide and Brand in Perth) and twelve are rural (Cowper, Page, Lyne and Gwydir in New South Wales, Wide Bay, Hinkler and Blair in Queensland, Barker, Grey and Wakefield in South Australia and Braddon and Lyons in Tasmania). Only one inner-city division features in the bottom twenty (Port Adelaide). Political representation among the twenty lowest ranked divisions is almost even with eleven divisions held by the Coalition and nine held by the Labor Party.

Index of Relative Socioeconomic Disadvantage

This index measures the relative social and economic hardship in an area and to a certain extent displays a similar pattern to the Index of Relative Socioeconomic Advantage although a high score reflects a lack of disadvantage rather than high advantage. To maintain consistency with the other indexes, the higher an area's index value for the Index of Relative Socioeconomic Disadvantage, the less disadvantaged that area is compared to other areas. The Electoral Division with the highest score is Bradfield while the division with the lowest score is the western Sydney division of Fowler. The median divisions are the inner Melbourne division of Wills and the Gold Coast division of Moncrieff.

As with the Index of Socioeconomic Advantage/Disadvantage, most of the twenty highest ranked divisions are located on the north shore of Sydney (Bradfield, North Sydney, Warringah, Berowra, Mackellar and Bennelong) or in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne (Kooyong, Higgins, Goldstein and Menzies). Two southern Sydney divisions (Hughes and Cook), together with three Perth divisions (Curtin, Tangney and Moore) also feature in the top twenty divisions. All but three of the top twenty divisions are held by the Liberal Party, the exceptions being the two Labor Party held divisions in the ACT (Canberra and Fraser) and Melbourne Ports.

Both inner and outer metropolitan divisions feature prominently in the lower ranked divisions, reflecting the lower incomes, low education attainment, high unemployment and unskilled occupations in those areas. Of the twenty lowest ranked divisions, six are inner metropolitan divisions (Reid, Blaxland and Watson in Sydney, Gellibrand and Maribyrnong in Melbourne and Port Adelaide), while seven are outer metropolitan divisions (Chifley, Fowler and Werriwa in Sydney, Holt in Melbourne, Oxley and Rankin in Brisbane and Bonython in Adelaide). Six rural divisions are also included in the twenty lowest ranked divisions (Page, Gwydir and Cowper in New South Wales, Wide Bay in Queensland, Braddon in Tasmania and Lingiari in the Northern Territory). All but four of the twenty lowest ranked divisions are held by the Labor Party, the remaining are held by the National Party.

An indication of the lack of homogeneity within a particular Electoral Division can be obtained by comparing the relative positions on the rankings between the Index of Advantage/Disadvantage and the Index of Disadvantage. For example, if an Electoral Division has a high proportion of people who are relatively well-off and a high proportion of people who are not so well-off, this will be reflected in a relatively high ranking on the Index of Advantage/Disadvantage and a relatively low ranking on the Index of Disadvantage. By this measure the two least homogenous divisions are the remote divisions of Lingiari in the Northern Territory and Kalgoorlie in Western Australia. Lingiari is ranked just under the median (74th) on the Index of Advantage/Disadvantage and is ranked the third lowest division on the Index of Disadvantage. Kalgoorlie is ranked just above the median (77th) on the Index of Advantage/Disadvantage yet is ranked in the lowest quintile (22nd) on the Index of Disadvantage. The inner metropolitan divisions of Watson in Sydney and Gellibrand and Melbourne display a similar pattern.

A number of rural divisions (Gippsland, Mallee and Wannon) exhibit the opposite pattern, i.e. ranked lower on the Index of Advantage/Disadvantage than on the Index of Disadvantage. This indicates a relatively high proportion of people who are disadvantaged and a relatively low proportion of people who are advantaged.

Index of Economic Resources

This index measures the economic resources or income and expenditure patterns of families. The Electoral Division with the highest index score is North Sydney, while the division with the lowest score is the Queensland rural division of Wide Bay. The median divisions are Hume and Wills.

As with the Index of Advantage/Disadvantage, and the Index of Disadvantage the top twenty places in the rankings for this index are dominated by divisions located in the well-off suburbs in the capital cities, although neither Adelaide nor Hobart divisions are included in the top twenty. Of the top twenty divisions, twelve are in Sydney, reflecting the high incomes, rents and mortgages in that city. Fifteen of the top twenty divisions are held by the Liberal Party, the remaining five are held by the Labor Party.

At the lower end of the rankings, rural divisions predominate, reflecting low family incomes and low rental and mortgage payments in rural Australia. Only five of the twenty lowest ranked divisions are held by the Labor Party. The preponderance of rural divisions at the lower end of the rankings is further emphasised by the fact that the National Party holds no divisions with a ranking over 45.

Index of Education and Occupation

The Index of Education and Occupation is designed to reflect the educational and occupational structure of the population. Once again the highest ranked divisions are North Sydney and Bradfield and the lowest ranked divisions are Bonython and Fowler. The median divisions are Hume and Ballarat.

Once again the top twenty places in the rankings for this index are dominated by divisions located on the north shore of Sydney and in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Given the nature of the index, it is not surprising to find that a number of divisions with or near tertiary education institutions rank high on this index. The divisions of Grayndler (University of Sydney), Adelaide (University of Adelaide) and Kingsford Smith (University of NSW) are ranked much higher on this index than the other indexes. Given the more diverse spread of divisions in the top twenty it is not surprising to find that the political complexion is also more evenly spread. Of the top twenty divisions, the Liberal Party holds eleven, while the Labor Party holds nine.

Rural and outer metropolitan divisions predominate at the bottom end of the rankings, reflecting the lack of tertiary education opportunities and professional occupational groups in those areas. Out of the twenty, divisions at the lower end of the rankings, the Labor Party holds eleven divisions, while the Liberal Party holds five and the National Party three.

Endnotes

1. A. Kopras, 'Electorate Rankings: Census 2001', Research Paper No. 2 200203, Department of the Parliamentary Library, 2003.

2. Australian Bureau of Statistics, Census of Population and Housing: Socio-Economic Indexes for Area, Australia, 2001, Information Paper, Cat. No. 2039.0 ABS Canberra, 2003.


Index of Relative Socioeconomic Advantage/Disadvantage

Electoral Division

Party

Index

 

Electoral Division

Party

Index

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adelaide (SA)

LIB

1,053

 

Hunter (NSW)

ALP

943

Aston (Vic)

LIB

1,055

 

Indi (Vic)

LIB

965

Ballarat (Vic)

ALP

963

 

Isaacs (Vic)

ALP

999

Banks (NSW)

ALP

1,020

 

Jagajaga (Vic)

ALP

1,076

Barker (SA)

LIB

923

 

Kalgoorlie (WA)

LIB

989

Barton (NSW)

ALP

1,038

 

Kennedy (Qld)

IND

939

Bass (Tas)

ALP

947

 

Kingsford Smith (NSW)

ALP

1,069

Batman (Vic)

ALP

989

 

Kingston (SA)

ALP

946

Bendigo (Vic)

ALP

948

 

Kooyong (Vic)

LIB

1,175

Bennelong (NSW)

LIB

1,114

 

La Trobe (Vic)

LIB

1,028

Berowra (NSW)

LIB

1,140

 

Lalor (Vic)

ALP

979

Blair (Qld)

LIB

932

 

Leichhardt (Qld)

LIB

990

Blaxland (NSW)

ALP

951

 

Lilley (Qld)

ALP

1,021

Bonython (SA)

ALP

882

 

Lindsay (NSW)

LIB

1,014

Boothby (SA)

LIB

1,054

 

Lingiari (NT)

ALP

987

Bowman (Qld)

ALP

1,002

 

Longman (Qld)

LIB

928

Braddon (Tas)

ALP

908

 

Lowe (NSW)

ALP

1,095

Bradfield (NSW)

LIB

1,204

 

Lyne (NSW)

NP

925

Brand (WA)

ALP

933

 

Lyons (Tas)

ALP

908

Brisbane (Qld)

ALP

1,103

 

Macarthur (NSW)

LIB

997

Bruce (Vic)

ALP

1,017

 

Mackellar (NSW)

LIB

1,115

Burke (Vic)

ALP

991

 

Macquarie (NSW)

LIB

1,043

Calare (NSW)

IND

963

 

Makin (SA)

LIB

985

Calwell (Vic)

ALP

968

 

Mallee (Vic)

NP

943

Canberra (ACT)

ALP

1,123

 

Maranoa (Qld)

NP

939

Canning (WA)

LIB

976

 

Maribyrnong (Vic)

ALP

960

Capricornia (Qld)

ALP

965

 

Mayo (SA)

LIB

1,035

Casey (Vic)

LIB

1,020

 

McEwen (Vic)

LIB

991

Charlton (NSW)

ALP

969

 

McMillan (Vic)

ALP

951

Chifley (NSW)

ALP

933

 

McPherson (Qld)

LIB

985

Chisholm (Vic)

ALP

1,077

 

Melbourne (Vic)

ALP

1,095

Cook (NSW)

LIB

1,085

 

Melbourne Ports (Vic)

ALP

1,144

Corangamite (Vic)

LIB

1,004

 

Menzies (Vic)

LIB

1,101

Corio (Vic)

ALP

949

 

Mitchell (NSW)

LIB

1,145

Cowan (WA)

ALP

1,002

 

Moncrieff (Qld)

LIB

994

Cowper (NSW)

NP

922

 

Moore (WA)

LIB

1,064

Cunningham (NSW)

GRN

1,029

 

Moreton (Qld)

LIB

1,055

Curtin (WA)

LIB

1,150

 

Murray (Vic)

LIB

944

Dawson (Qld)

NP

947

 

New England (NSW)

IND

950

Deakin (Vic)

LIB

1,057

 

Newcastle (NSW)

ALP

990

Denison (Tas)

ALP

1,008

 

North Sydney (NSW)

LIB

1,204

Dickson (Qld)

LIB

1,029

 

O'Connor (WA)

LIB

946

Dobell (NSW)

LIB

977

 

Oxley (Qld)

ALP

935

Dunkley (Vic)

LIB

1,003

 

Page (NSW)

NP

923

Eden-Monaro (NSW)

LIB

986

 

Parkes (NSW)

NP

940

Fadden (Qld)

LIB

997

 

Parramatta (NSW)

LIB

1,052

Fairfax (Qld)

LIB

950

 

Paterson (NSW)

LIB

938

Farrer (NSW)

LIB

956

 

Pearce (WA)

LIB

984

Fisher (Qld)

LIB

967

 

Perth (WA)

ALP

1,015

Flinders (Vic)

LIB

973

 

Petrie (Qld)

LIB

997

Forde (Qld)

LIB

953

 

Port Adelaide (SA)

ALP

936

Forrest (WA)

LIB

958

 

Prospect (NSW)

ALP

971

Fowler (NSW)

ALP

891

 

Rankin (Qld)

ALP

947

Franklin (Tas)

ALP

967

 

Reid (NSW)

ALP

949

Fraser (ACT)

ALP

1,121

 

Richmond (NSW)

NP

948

Fremantle (WA)

ALP

1,008

 

Riverina (NSW)

NP

959

Gellibrand (Vic)

ALP

970

 

Robertson (NSW)

LIB

1,002

Gilmore (NSW)

LIB

961

 

Ryan (Qld)

LIB

1,135

Gippsland (Vic)

NP

946

 

Scullin (Vic)

ALP

967

Goldstein (Vic)

LIB

1,127

 

Shortland (NSW)

ALP

948

Grayndler (NSW)

ALP

1,082

 

Solomon (NT)

CLP

1,052

Greenway (NSW)

ALP

1,016

 

Stirling (WA)

ALP

1,005

Grey (SA)

LIB

927

 

Sturt (SA)

LIB

1,052

Griffith (Qld)

ALP

1,064

 

Swan (WA)

ALP

1,018

Groom (Qld)

LIB

972

 

Sydney (NSW)

ALP

1,140

Gwydir (NSW)

NP

929

 

Tangney (WA)

LIB

1,086

Hasluck (WA)

ALP

973

 

Throsby (NSW)

ALP

933

Herbert (Qld)

LIB

993

 

Wakefield (SA)

LIB

935

Higgins (Vic)

LIB

1,162

 

Wannon (Vic)

LIB

952

Hindmarsh (SA)

LIB

1,000

 

Warringah (NSW)

LIB

1,152

Hinkler (Qld)

NP

925

 

Watson (NSW)

ALP

985

Holt (Vic)

ALP

942

 

Wentworth (NSW)

LIB

1,182

Hotham (Vic)

ALP

1,000

 

Werriwa (NSW)

ALP

979

Hughes (NSW)

LIB

1,093

 

Wide Bay (Qld)

NP

906

Hume (NSW)

LIB

988

 

Wills (Vic)

ALP

1,004


Ranked by the Index of Relative Socioeconomic Advantage/Disadvantage

Rank

Electoral Division

Party

Index

 

Rank

Electoral Division

Party

Index

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Bonython (SA)

ALP

882

 

76

Batman (Vic)

ALP

989

2

Fowler (NSW)

ALP

891

 

77

Kalgoorlie (WA)

LIB

989

3

Wide Bay (Qld)

NP

906

 

78

Newcastle (NSW)

ALP

990

4

Lyons (Tas)

ALP

908

 

79

Leichhardt (Qld)

LIB

990

5

Braddon (Tas)

ALP

908

 

80

McEwen (Vic)

LIB

991

6

Cowper (NSW)

NP

922

 

81

Burke (Vic)

ALP

991

7

Page (NSW)

NP

923

 

82

Herbert (Qld)

LIB

993

8

Barker (SA)

LIB

923

 

83

Moncrieff (Qld)

LIB

994

9

Hinkler (Qld)

NP

925

 

84

Macarthur (NSW)

LIB

997

10

Lyne (NSW)

NP

925

 

85

Fadden (Qld)

LIB

997

11

Grey (SA)

LIB

927

 

86

Petrie (Qld)

LIB

997

12

Longman (Qld)

LIB

928

 

87

Isaacs (Vic)

ALP

999

13

Gwydir (NSW)

NP

929

 

88

Hindmarsh (SA)

LIB

1,000

14

Blair (Qld)

LIB

932

 

89

Hotham (Vic)

ALP

1,000

15

Chifley (NSW)

ALP

933

 

90

Bowman (Qld)

ALP

1,002

16

Throsby (NSW)

ALP

933

 

91

Robertson (NSW)

LIB

1,002

17

Brand (WA)

ALP

933

 

92

Cowan (WA)

ALP

1,002

18

Wakefield (SA)

LIB

935

 

93

Dunkley (Vic)

LIB

1,003

19

Oxley (Qld)

ALP

935

 

94

Wills (Vic)

ALP

1,004

20

Port Adelaide (SA)

ALP

936

 

95

Corangamite (Vic)

LIB

1,004

21

Paterson (NSW)

LIB

938

 

96

Stirling (WA)

ALP

1,005

22

Maranoa (Qld)

NP

939

 

97

Denison (Tas)

ALP

1,008

23

Kennedy (Qld)

IND

939

 

98

Fremantle (WA)

ALP

1,008

24

Parkes (NSW)

NP

940

 

99

Lindsay (NSW)

LIB

1,014

25

Holt (Vic)

ALP

942

 

100

Perth (WA)

ALP

1,015

26

Mallee (Vic)

NP

943

 

101

Greenway (NSW)

ALP

1,016

27

Hunter (NSW)

ALP

943

 

102

Bruce (Vic)

ALP

1,017

28

Murray (Vic)

LIB

944

 

103

Swan (WA)

ALP

1,018

29

O'Connor (WA)

LIB

946

 

104

Banks (NSW)

ALP

1,020

30

Gippsland (Vic)

NP

946

 

105

Casey (Vic)

LIB

1,020

31

Kingston (SA)

ALP

946

 

106

Lilley (Qld)

ALP

1,021

32

Bass (Tas)

ALP

947

 

107

La Trobe (Vic)

LIB

1,028

33

Dawson (Qld)

NP

947

 

108

Dickson (Qld)

LIB

1,029

34

Rankin (Qld)

ALP

947

 

109

Cunningham (NSW)

GRN

1,029

35

Shortland (NSW)

ALP

948

 

110

Mayo (SA)

LIB

1,035

36

Bendigo (Vic)

ALP

948

 

111

Barton (NSW)

ALP

1,038

37

Richmond (NSW)

NP

948

 

112

Macquarie (NSW)

LIB

1,043

38

Reid (NSW)

ALP

949

 

113

Solomon (NT)

CLP

1,052

39

Corio (Vic)

ALP

949

 

114

Parramatta (NSW)

LIB

1,052

40

New England (NSW)

IND

950

 

115

Sturt (SA)

LIB

1,052

41

Fairfax (Qld)

LIB

950

 

116

Adelaide (SA)

LIB

1,053

42

Blaxland (NSW)

ALP

951

 

117

Boothby (SA)

LIB

1,054

43

McMillan (Vic)

ALP

951

 

118

Moreton (Qld)

LIB

1,055

44

Wannon (Vic)

LIB

952

 

119

Aston (Vic)

LIB

1,055

45

Forde (Qld)

LIB

953

 

120

Deakin (Vic)

LIB

1,057

46

Farrer (NSW)

LIB

956

 

121

Griffith (Qld)

ALP

1,064

47

Forrest (WA)

LIB

958

 

122

Moore (WA)

LIB

1,064

48

Riverina (NSW)

NP

959

 

123

Kingsford Smith (NSW)

ALP

1,069

49

Maribyrnong (Vic)

ALP

960

 

124

Jagajaga (Vic)

ALP

1,076

50

Gilmore (NSW)

LIB

961

 

125

Chisholm (Vic)

ALP

1,077

51

Ballarat (Vic)

ALP

963

 

126

Grayndler (NSW)

ALP

1,082

52

Calare (NSW)

IND

963

 

127

Cook (NSW)

LIB

1,085

53

Capricornia (Qld)

ALP

965

 

128

Tangney (WA)

LIB

1,086

54

Indi (Vic)

LIB

965

 

129

Hughes (NSW)

LIB

1,093

55

Fisher (Qld)

LIB

967

 

130

Melbourne (Vic)

ALP

1,095

56

Franklin (Tas)

ALP

967

 

131

Lowe (NSW)

ALP

1,095

57

Scullin (Vic)

ALP

967

 

132

Menzies (Vic)

LIB

1,101

58

Calwell (Vic)

ALP

968

 

133

Brisbane (Qld)

ALP

1,103

59

Charlton (NSW)

ALP

969

 

134

Bennelong (NSW)

LIB

1,114

60

Gellibrand (Vic)

ALP

970

 

135

Mackellar (NSW)

LIB

1,115

61

Prospect (NSW)

ALP

971

 

136

Fraser (ACT)

ALP

1,121

62

Groom (Qld)

LIB

972

 

137

Canberra (ACT)

ALP

1,123

63

Flinders (Vic)

LIB

973

 

138

Goldstein (Vic)

LIB

1,127

64

Hasluck (WA)

ALP

973

 

139

Ryan (Qld)

LIB

1,135

65

Canning (WA)

LIB

976

 

140

Sydney (NSW)

ALP

1,140

66

Dobell (NSW)

LIB

977

 

141

Berowra (NSW)

LIB

1,140

67

Werriwa (NSW)

ALP

979

 

142

Melbourne Ports (Vic)

ALP

1,144

68

Lalor (Vic)

ALP

979

 

143

Mitchell (NSW)

LIB

1,145

69

Pearce (WA)

LIB

984

 

144

Curtin (WA)

LIB

1,150

70

Watson (NSW)

ALP

985

 

145

Warringah (NSW)

LIB

1,152

71

McPherson (Qld)

LIB

985

 

146

Higgins (Vic)

LIB

1,162

72

Makin (SA)

LIB

985

 

147

Kooyong (Vic)

LIB

1,175

73

Eden-Monaro (NSW)

LIB

986

 

148

Wentworth (NSW)

LIB

1,182

74

Lingiari (NT)

ALP

987

 

149

North Sydney (NSW)

LIB

1,204

75

Hume (NSW)

LIB

988

 

150

Bradfield (NSW)

LIB

1,204


Index of Relative Socioeconomic Disadvantage

Electoral Division

Party

Index

 

Electoral Division

Party

Index

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adelaide (SA)

LIB

1,024

 

Hunter (NSW)

ALP

953

Aston (Vic)

LIB

1,058

 

Indi (Vic)

LIB

1,004

Ballarat (Vic)

ALP

997

 

Isaacs (Vic)

ALP

1,011

Banks (NSW)

ALP

1,004

 

Jagajaga (Vic)

ALP

1,065

Barker (SA)

LIB

980

 

Kalgoorlie (WA)

LIB

952

Barton (NSW)

ALP

1,009

 

Kennedy (Qld)

IND

954

Bass (Tas)

ALP

965

 

Kingsford Smith (NSW)

ALP

1,020

Batman (Vic)

ALP

967

 

Kingston (SA)

ALP

981

Bendigo (Vic)

ALP

984

 

Kooyong (Vic)

LIB

1,122

Bennelong (NSW)

LIB

1,074

 

La Trobe (Vic)

LIB

1,046

Berowra (NSW)

LIB

1,103

 

Lalor (Vic)

ALP

984

Blair (Qld)

LIB

966

 

Leichhardt (Qld)

LIB

972

Blaxland (NSW)

ALP

922

 

Lilley (Qld)

ALP

1,011

Bonython (SA)

ALP

888

 

Lindsay (NSW)

LIB

1,007

Boothby (SA)

LIB

1,062

 

Lingiari (NT)

ALP

903

Bowman (Qld)

ALP

1,011

 

Longman (Qld)

LIB

956

Braddon (Tas)

ALP

941

 

Lowe (NSW)

ALP

1,047

Bradfield (NSW)

LIB

1,139

 

Lyne (NSW)

NP

957

Brand (WA)

ALP

952

 

Lyons (Tas)

ALP

958

Brisbane (Qld)

ALP

1,056

 

Macarthur (NSW)

LIB

980

Bruce (Vic)

ALP

1,003

 

Mackellar (NSW)

LIB

1,093

Burke (Vic)

ALP

1,012

 

Macquarie (NSW)

LIB

1,037

Calare (NSW)

IND

977

 

Makin (SA)

LIB

1,021

Calwell (Vic)

ALP

968

 

Mallee (Vic)

NP

998

Canberra (ACT)

ALP

1,083

 

Maranoa (Qld)

NP

974

Canning (WA)

LIB

994

 

Maribyrnong (Vic)

ALP

950

Capricornia (Qld)

ALP

979

 

Mayo (SA)

LIB

1,062

Casey (Vic)

LIB

1,044

 

McEwen (Vic)

LIB

1,021

Charlton (NSW)

ALP

986

 

McMillan (Vic)

ALP

980

Chifley (NSW)

ALP

904

 

McPherson (Qld)

LIB

999

Chisholm (Vic)

ALP

1,054

 

Melbourne (Vic)

ALP

999

Cook (NSW)

LIB

1,071

 

Melbourne Ports (Vic)

ALP

1,090

Corangamite (Vic)

LIB

1,042

 

Menzies (Vic)

LIB

1,088

Corio (Vic)

ALP

964

 

Mitchell (NSW)

LIB

1,112

Cowan (WA)

ALP

1,007

 

Moncrieff (Qld)

LIB

997

Cowper (NSW)

NP

949

 

Moore (WA)

LIB

1,065

Cunningham (NSW)

GRN

1,014

 

Moreton (Qld)

LIB

1,035

Curtin (WA)

LIB

1,096

 

Murray (Vic)

LIB

991

Dawson (Qld)

NP

974

 

New England (NSW)

IND

973

Deakin (Vic)

LIB

1,055

 

Newcastle (NSW)

ALP

973

Denison (Tas)

ALP

1,004

 

North Sydney (NSW)

LIB

1,130

Dickson (Qld)

LIB

1,038

 

O'Connor (WA)

LIB

974

Dobell (NSW)

LIB

987

 

Oxley (Qld)

ALP

928

Dunkley (Vic)

LIB

1,012

 

Page (NSW)

NP

944

Eden-Monaro (NSW)

LIB

1,008

 

Parkes (NSW)

NP

965

Fadden (Qld)

LIB

1,016

 

Parramatta (NSW)

LIB

1,010

Fairfax (Qld)

LIB

977

 

Paterson (NSW)

LIB

968

Farrer (NSW)

LIB

992

 

Pearce (WA)

LIB

1,006

Fisher (Qld)

LIB

991

 

Perth (WA)

ALP

1,002

Flinders (Vic)

LIB

1,014

 

Petrie (Qld)

LIB

1,001

Forde (Qld)

LIB

973

 

Port Adelaide (SA)

ALP

935

Forrest (WA)

LIB

983

 

Prospect (NSW)

ALP

950

Fowler (NSW)

ALP

809

 

Rankin (Qld)

ALP

937

Franklin (Tas)

ALP

979

 

Reid (NSW)

ALP

913

Fraser (ACT)

ALP

1,075

 

Richmond (NSW)

NP

969

Fremantle (WA)

ALP

999

 

Riverina (NSW)

NP

982

Gellibrand (Vic)

ALP

935

 

Robertson (NSW)

LIB

1,006

Gilmore (NSW)

LIB

988

 

Ryan (Qld)

LIB

1,090

Gippsland (Vic)

NP

998

 

Scullin (Vic)

ALP

980

Goldstein (Vic)

LIB

1,100

 

Shortland (NSW)

ALP

966

Grayndler (NSW)

ALP

1,017

 

Solomon (NT)

CLP

1,006

Greenway (NSW)

ALP

997

 

Stirling (WA)

ALP

995

Grey (SA)

LIB

958

 

Sturt (SA)

LIB

1,047

Griffith (Qld)

ALP

1,047

 

Swan (WA)

ALP

993

Groom (Qld)

LIB

997

 

Sydney (NSW)

ALP

1,044

Gwydir (NSW)

NP

949

 

Tangney (WA)

LIB

1,070

Hasluck (WA)

ALP

987

 

Throsby (NSW)

ALP

936

Herbert (Qld)

LIB

989

 

Wakefield (SA)

LIB

991

Higgins (Vic)

LIB

1,108

 

Wannon (Vic)

LIB

1,010

Hindmarsh (SA)

LIB

1,012

 

Warringah (NSW)

LIB

1,105

Hinkler (Qld)

NP

953

 

Watson (NSW)

ALP

949

Holt (Vic)

ALP

933

 

Wentworth (NSW)

LIB

1,113

Hotham (Vic)

ALP

989

 

Werriwa (NSW)

ALP

950

Hughes (NSW)

LIB

1,079

 

Wide Bay (Qld)

NP

948

Hume (NSW)

LIB

1,011

 

Wills (Vic)

ALP

997


Ranked by the Index of Relative Socioeconomic Disadvantage

Rank

Electoral Division

Party

Index

 

Rank

Electoral Division

Party

Index

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Fowler (NSW)

ALP

809

 

76

Moncrieff (Qld)

LIB

997

2

Bonython (SA)

ALP

888

 

77

Greenway (NSW)

ALP

997

3

Lingiari (NT)

ALP

903

 

78

Mallee (Vic)

NP

998

4

Chifley (NSW)

ALP

904

 

79

Gippsland (Vic)

NP

998

5

Reid (NSW)

ALP

913

 

80

McPherson (Qld)

LIB

999

6

Blaxland (NSW)

ALP

922

 

81

Melbourne (Vic)

ALP

999

7

Oxley (Qld)

ALP

928

 

82

Fremantle (WA)

ALP

999

8

Holt (Vic)

ALP

933

 

83

Petrie (Qld)

LIB

1,001

9

Gellibrand (Vic)

ALP

935

 

84

Perth (WA)

ALP

1,002

10

Port Adelaide (SA)

ALP

935

 

85

Bruce (Vic)

ALP

1,003

11

Throsby (NSW)

ALP

936

 

86

Indi (Vic)

LIB

1,004

12

Rankin (Qld)

ALP

937

 

87

Denison (Tas)

ALP

1,004

13

Braddon (Tas)

ALP

941

 

88

Banks (NSW)

ALP

1,004

14

Page (NSW)

NP

944

 

89

Pearce (WA)

LIB

1,006

15

Wide Bay (Qld)

NP

948

 

90

Robertson (NSW)

LIB

1,006

16

Watson (NSW)

ALP

949

 

91

Solomon (NT)

CLP

1,006

17

Gwydir (NSW)

NP

949

 

92

Lindsay (NSW)

LIB

1,007

18

Cowper (NSW)

NP

949

 

93

Cowan (WA)

ALP

1,007

19

Maribyrnong (Vic)

ALP

950

 

94

Eden-Monaro (NSW)

LIB

1,008

20

Werriwa (NSW)

ALP

950

 

95

Barton (NSW)

ALP

1,009

21

Prospect (NSW)

ALP

950

 

96

Wannon (Vic)

LIB

1,010

22

Kalgoorlie (WA)

LIB

952

 

97

Parramatta (NSW)

LIB

1,010

23

Brand (WA)

ALP

952

 

98

Lilley (Qld)

ALP

1,011

24

Hunter (NSW)

ALP

953

 

99

Isaacs (Vic)

ALP

1,011

25

Hinkler (Qld)

NP

953

 

100

Hume (NSW)

LIB

1,011

26

Kennedy (Qld)

IND

954

 

101

Bowman (Qld)

ALP

1,011

27

Longman (Qld)

LIB

956

 

102

Burke (Vic)

ALP

1,012

28

Lyne (NSW)

NP

957

 

103

Hindmarsh (SA)

LIB

1,012

29

Grey (SA)

LIB

958

 

104

Dunkley (Vic)

LIB

1,012

30

Lyons (Tas)

ALP

958

 

105

Cunningham (NSW)

GRN

1,014

31

Corio (Vic)

ALP

964

 

106

Flinders (Vic)

LIB

1,014

32

Bass (Tas)

ALP

965

 

107

Fadden (Qld)

LIB

1,016

33

Parkes (NSW)

NP

965

 

108

Grayndler (NSW)

ALP

1,017

34

Shortland (NSW)

ALP

966

 

109

Kingsford Smith (NSW)

ALP

1,020

35

Blair (Qld)

LIB

966

 

110

Makin (SA)

LIB

1,021

36

Batman (Vic)

ALP

967

 

111

McEwen (Vic)

LIB

1,021

37

Calwell (Vic)

ALP

968

 

112

Adelaide (SA)

LIB

1,024

38

Paterson (NSW)

LIB

968

 

113

Moreton (Qld)

LIB

1,035

39

Richmond (NSW)

NP

969

 

114

Macquarie (NSW)

LIB

1,037

40

Leichhardt (Qld)

LIB

972

 

115

Dickson (Qld)

LIB

1,038

41

Newcastle (NSW)

ALP

973

 

116

Corangamite (Vic)

LIB

1,042

42

Forde (Qld)

LIB

973

 

117

Sydney (NSW)

ALP

1,044

43

New England (NSW)

IND

973

 

118

Casey (Vic)

LIB

1,044

44

Maranoa (Qld)

NP

974

 

119

La Trobe (Vic)

LIB

1,046

45

O'Connor (WA)

LIB

974

 

120

Griffith (Qld)

ALP

1,047

46

Dawson (Qld)

NP

974

 

121

Sturt (SA)

LIB

1,047

47

Calare (NSW)

IND

977

 

122

Lowe (NSW)

ALP

1,047

48

Fairfax (Qld)

LIB

977

 

123

Chisholm (Vic)

ALP

1,054

49

Capricornia (Qld)

ALP

979

 

124

Deakin (Vic)

LIB

1,055

50

Franklin (Tas)

ALP

979

 

125

Brisbane (Qld)

ALP

1,056

51

Barker (SA)

LIB

980

 

126

Aston (Vic)

LIB

1,058

52

McMillan (Vic)

ALP

980

 

127

Mayo (SA)

LIB

1,062

53

Scullin (Vic)

ALP

980

 

128

Boothby (SA)

LIB

1,062

54

Macarthur (NSW)

LIB

980

 

129

Jagajaga (Vic)

ALP

1,065

55

Kingston (SA)

ALP

981

 

130

Moore (WA)

LIB

1,065

56

Riverina (NSW)

NP

982

 

131

Tangney (WA)

LIB

1,070

57

Forrest (WA)

LIB

983

 

132

Cook (NSW)

LIB

1,071

58

Bendigo (Vic)

ALP

984

 

133

Bennelong (NSW)

LIB

1,074

59

Lalor (Vic)

ALP

984

 

134

Fraser (ACT)

ALP

1,075

60

Charlton (NSW)

ALP

986

 

135

Hughes (NSW)

LIB

1,079

61

Dobell (NSW)

LIB

987

 

136

Canberra (ACT)

ALP

1,083

62

Hasluck (WA)

ALP

987

 

137

Menzies (Vic)

LIB

1,088

63

Gilmore (NSW)

LIB

988

 

138

Melbourne Ports (Vic)

ALP

1,090

64

Hotham (Vic)

ALP

989

 

139

Ryan (Qld)

LIB

1,090

65

Herbert (Qld)

LIB

989

 

140

Mackellar (NSW)

LIB

1,093

66

Murray (Vic)

LIB

991

 

141

Curtin (WA)

LIB

1,096

67

Wakefield (SA)

LIB

991

 

142

Goldstein (Vic)

LIB

1,100

68

Fisher (Qld)

LIB

991

 

143

Berowra (NSW)

LIB

1,103

69

Farrer (NSW)

LIB

992

 

144

Warringah (NSW)

LIB

1,105

70

Swan (WA)

ALP

993

 

145

Higgins (Vic)

LIB

1,108

71

Canning (WA)

LIB

994

 

146

Mitchell (NSW)

LIB

1,112

72

Stirling (WA)

ALP

995

 

147

Wentworth (NSW)

LIB

1,113

73

Groom (Qld)

LIB

997

 

148

Kooyong (Vic)

LIB

1,122

74

Ballarat (Vic)

ALP

997

 

149

North Sydney (NSW)

LIB

1,130

75

Wills (Vic)

ALP

997

 

150

Bradfield (NSW)

LIB

1,139


Index of Economic Resources

Electoral Division

Party

Index

 

Electoral Division

Party

Index

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adelaide (SA)

LIB

1,022

 

Hunter (NSW)

ALP

971

Aston (Vic)

LIB

1,071

 

Indi (Vic)

LIB

953

Ballarat (Vic)

ALP

944

 

Isaacs (Vic)

ALP

1,020

Banks (NSW)

ALP

1,044

 

Jagajaga (Vic)

ALP

1,064

Barker (SA)

LIB

925

 

Kalgoorlie (WA)

LIB

1,027

Barton (NSW)

ALP

1,066

 

Kennedy (Qld)

IND

954

Bass (Tas)

ALP

936

 

Kingsford Smith (NSW)

ALP

1,092

Batman (Vic)

ALP

978

 

Kingston (SA)

ALP

955

Bendigo (Vic)

ALP

932

 

Kooyong (Vic)

LIB

1,156

Bennelong (NSW)

LIB

1,115

 

La Trobe (Vic)

LIB

1,041

Berowra (NSW)

LIB

1,158

 

Lalor (Vic)

ALP

1,008

Blair (Qld)

LIB

938

 

Leichhardt (Qld)

LIB

995

Blaxland (NSW)

ALP

973

 

Lilley (Qld)

ALP

1,013

Bonython (SA)

ALP

922

 

Lindsay (NSW)

LIB

1,058

Boothby (SA)

LIB

1,020

 

Lingiari (NT)

ALP

999

Bowman (Qld)

ALP

1,011

 

Longman (Qld)

LIB

938

Braddon (Tas)

ALP

905

 

Lowe (NSW)

ALP

1,111

Bradfield (NSW)

LIB

1,218

 

Lyne (NSW)

NP

912

Brand (WA)

ALP

960

 

Lyons (Tas)

ALP

901

Brisbane (Qld)

ALP

1,072

 

Macarthur (NSW)

LIB

1,047

Bruce (Vic)

ALP

1,023

 

Mackellar (NSW)

LIB

1,159

Burke (Vic)

ALP

1,006

 

Macquarie (NSW)

LIB

1,045

Calare (NSW)

IND

967

 

Makin (SA)

LIB

985

Calwell (Vic)

ALP

1,004

 

Mallee (Vic)

NP

930

Canberra (ACT)

ALP

1,122

 

Maranoa (Qld)

NP

945

Canning (WA)

LIB

997

 

Maribyrnong (Vic)

ALP

978

Capricornia (Qld)

ALP

975

 

Mayo (SA)

LIB

1,011

Casey (Vic)

LIB

1,028

 

McEwen (Vic)

LIB

999

Charlton (NSW)

ALP

969

 

McMillan (Vic)

ALP

952

Chifley (NSW)

ALP

980

 

McPherson (Qld)

LIB

989

Chisholm (Vic)

ALP

1,045

 

Melbourne (Vic)

ALP

1,067

Cook (NSW)

LIB

1,124

 

Melbourne Ports (Vic)

ALP

1,120

Corangamite (Vic)

LIB

981

 

Menzies (Vic)

LIB

1,100

Corio (Vic)

ALP

958

 

Mitchell (NSW)

LIB

1,189

Cowan (WA)

ALP

1,015

 

Moncrieff (Qld)

LIB

996

Cowper (NSW)

NP

901

 

Moore (WA)

LIB

1,068

Cunningham (NSW)

GRN

1,021

 

Moreton (Qld)

LIB

1,029

Curtin (WA)

LIB

1,114

 

Murray (Vic)

LIB

949

Dawson (Qld)

NP

962

 

New England (NSW)

IND

933

Deakin (Vic)

LIB

1,036

 

Newcastle (NSW)

ALP

973

Denison (Tas)

ALP

977

 

North Sydney (NSW)

LIB

1,222

Dickson (Qld)

LIB

1,039

 

O'Connor (WA)

LIB

931

Dobell (NSW)

LIB

994

 

Oxley (Qld)

ALP

960

Dunkley (Vic)

LIB

1,012

 

Page (NSW)

NP

908

Eden-Monaro (NSW)

LIB

973

 

Parkes (NSW)

NP

936

Fadden (Qld)

LIB

1,008

 

Parramatta (NSW)

LIB

1,059

Fairfax (Qld)

LIB

934

 

Paterson (NSW)

LIB

941

Farrer (NSW)

LIB

954

 

Pearce (WA)

LIB

985

Fisher (Qld)

LIB

957

 

Perth (WA)

ALP

994

Flinders (Vic)

LIB

974

 

Petrie (Qld)

LIB

1,002

Forde (Qld)

LIB

971

 

Port Adelaide (SA)

ALP

937

Forrest (WA)

LIB

969

 

Prospect (NSW)

ALP

1,019

Fowler (NSW)

ALP

928

 

Rankin (Qld)

ALP

975

Franklin (Tas)

ALP

952

 

Reid (NSW)

ALP

972

Fraser (ACT)

ALP

1,104

 

Richmond (NSW)

NP

929

Fremantle (WA)

ALP

1,005

 

Riverina (NSW)

NP

964

Gellibrand (Vic)

ALP

974

 

Robertson (NSW)

LIB

1,012

Gilmore (NSW)

LIB

946

 

Ryan (Qld)

LIB

1,106

Gippsland (Vic)

NP

924

 

Scullin (Vic)

ALP

991

Goldstein (Vic)

LIB

1,117

 

Shortland (NSW)

ALP

956

Grayndler (NSW)

ALP

1,093

 

Solomon (NT)

CLP

1,076

Greenway (NSW)

ALP

1,056

 

Stirling (WA)

ALP

991

Grey (SA)

LIB

923

 

Sturt (SA)

LIB

1,019

Griffith (Qld)

ALP

1,050

 

Swan (WA)

ALP

996

Groom (Qld)

LIB

965

 

Sydney (NSW)

ALP

1,139

Gwydir (NSW)

NP

926

 

Tangney (WA)

LIB

1,061

Hasluck (WA)

ALP

985

 

Throsby (NSW)

ALP

960

Herbert (Qld)

LIB

1,004

 

Wakefield (SA)

LIB

936

Higgins (Vic)

LIB

1,145

 

Wannon (Vic)

LIB

937

Hindmarsh (SA)

LIB

977

 

Warringah (NSW)

LIB

1,186

Hinkler (Qld)

NP

932

 

Watson (NSW)

ALP

1,005

Holt (Vic)

ALP

977

 

Wentworth (NSW)

LIB

1,202

Hotham (Vic)

ALP

1,005

 

Werriwa (NSW)

ALP

1,033

Hughes (NSW)

LIB

1,139

 

Wide Bay (Qld)

NP

898

Hume (NSW)

LIB

994

 

Wills (Vic)

ALP

995


Ranked by the Index of Economic Resources

Rank

Electoral Division

Party

Index

 

Rank

Electoral Division

Party

Index

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Wide Bay (Qld)

NP

898

 

76

Wills (Vic)

ALP

995

2

Cowper (NSW)

NP

901

 

77

Leichhardt (Qld)

LIB

995

3

Lyons (Tas)

ALP

901

 

78

Moncrieff (Qld)

LIB

996

4

Braddon (Tas)

ALP

905

 

79

Swan (WA)

ALP

996

5

Page (NSW)

NP

908

 

80

Canning (WA)

LIB

997

6

Lyne (NSW)

NP

912

 

81

McEwen (Vic)

LIB

999

7

Bonython (SA)

ALP

922

 

82

Lingiari (NT)

ALP

999

8

Grey (SA)

LIB

923

 

83

Petrie (Qld)

LIB

1,002

9

Gippsland (Vic)

NP

924

 

84

Herbert (Qld)

LIB

1,004

10

Barker (SA)

LIB

925

 

85

Calwell (Vic)

ALP

1,004

11

Gwydir (NSW)

NP

926

 

86

Hotham (Vic)

ALP

1,005

12

Fowler (NSW)

ALP

928

 

87

Watson (NSW)

ALP

1,005

13

Richmond (NSW)

NP

929

 

88

Fremantle (WA)

ALP

1,005

14

Mallee (Vic)

NP

930

 

89

Burke (Vic)

ALP

1,006

15

O'Connor (WA)

LIB

931

 

90

Lalor (Vic)

ALP

1,008

16

Bendigo (Vic)

ALP

932

 

91

Fadden (Qld)

LIB

1,008

17

Hinkler (Qld)

NP

932

 

92

Mayo (SA)

LIB

1,011

18

New England (NSW)

IND

933

 

93

Bowman (Qld)

ALP

1,011

19

Fairfax (Qld)

LIB

934

 

94

Dunkley (Vic)

LIB

1,012

20

Wakefield (SA)

LIB

936

 

95

Robertson (NSW)

LIB

1,012

21

Bass (Tas)

ALP

936

 

96

Lilley (Qld)

ALP

1,013

22

Parkes (NSW)

NP

936

 

97

Cowan (WA)

ALP

1,015

23

Wannon (Vic)

LIB

937

 

98

Prospect (NSW)

ALP

1,019

24

Port Adelaide (SA)

ALP

937

 

99

Sturt (SA)

LIB

1,019

25

Longman (Qld)

LIB

938

 

100

Boothby (SA)

LIB

1,020

26

Blair (Qld)

LIB

938

 

101

Isaacs (Vic)

ALP

1,020

27

Paterson (NSW)

LIB

941

 

102

Cunningham (NSW)

GRN

1,021

28

Ballarat (Vic)

ALP

944

 

103

Adelaide (SA)

LIB

1,022

29

Maranoa (Qld)

NP

945

 

104

Bruce (Vic)

ALP

1,023

30

Gilmore (NSW)

LIB

946

 

105

Kalgoorlie (WA)

LIB

1,027

31

Murray (Vic)

LIB

949

 

106

Casey (Vic)

LIB

1,028

32

McMillan (Vic)

ALP

952

 

107

Moreton (Qld)

LIB

1,029

33

Franklin (Tas)

ALP

952

 

108

Werriwa (NSW)

ALP

1,033

34

Indi (Vic)

LIB

953

 

109

Deakin (Vic)

LIB

1,036

35

Kennedy (Qld)

IND

954

 

110

Dickson (Qld)

LIB

1,039

36

Farrer (NSW)

LIB

954

 

111

La Trobe (Vic)

LIB

1,041

37

Kingston (SA)

ALP

955

 

112

Banks (NSW)

ALP

1,044

38

Shortland (NSW)

ALP

956

 

113

Macquarie (NSW)

LIB

1,045

39

Fisher (Qld)

LIB

957

 

114

Chisholm (Vic)

ALP

1,045

40

Corio (Vic)

ALP

958

 

115

Macarthur (NSW)

LIB

1,047

41

Brand (WA)

ALP

960

 

116

Griffith (Qld)

ALP

1,050

42

Oxley (Qld)

ALP

960