Two-party preferred votes: House of Representatives 1949–2013

Per cent

Election  
NSW
Vic
Qld
SA
WA
 Tas
NT
ACT
Aust
 1949 ALP
50.8
49.7
42.7
 50.6
47.0
46.5
n.a.
n.a.
49.0
  LP/NP
49.2
50.3
57.3
49.4
53.0
53.5
n.a.
n.a.
51.0
 1951 ALP
50.5
50.7
43.5
51.8
45.6
47.4
n.a.
n.a.
49.3
  LP/NP
49.5
49.3
56.5
48.2
54.4
52.6
n.a.
n.a.
50.7
 1954 ALP
53.0
50.7
44.8
52.7
48.1
50.0
n.a.
n.a.
50.7
  LP/NP
47.0
49.3
55.2
47.3
51.9
50.0
n.a.
n.a.
49.3
 1955 ALP
49.5
40.8
43.9
49.0
43.5
47.5
n.a.
n.a.
45.8
  LP/NP
50.5
59.2
56.1
51.0
56.5
52.5
n.a.
n.a.
54.2
 1958 ALP
49.8
42.3
41.4
49.8
40.8
49.8
n.a.
n.a.
45.9
  LP/NP
50.2
57.7
58.6
50.2
59.2
50.2
n.a.
n.a.
54.1
 1961 ALP
54.8
44.5
50.7
54.2
43.5
56.0
n.a.
 n.a.
50.5
  LP/NP
45.2
55.5
49.3
45.8
56.5
44.0
n.a.
n.a.
49.5
 1963 ALP
49.3
42.5
48.1
53.3
43.8
54.5
n.a.
n.a.
47.4
  LP/NP
50.7
57.5
51.9
46.7
56.2
45.5
n.a.
n.a.
52.6
 1966 ALP
43.9
39.3
44.3
42.4
45.7
53.9
n.a.
55.8
43.1
  LP/NP
56.1
60.7
55.7
57.6
54.3
46.1
n.a.
44.2
56.9
 1969 ALP
51.6
44.9
49.9
54.2
52.6
56.1
40.8
71.6
50.2
  LP/NP
48.4
55.1
50.1
45.8
47.4
43.9
59.2
28.4
49.8
 1972 ALP
55.4
50.4
49.5
52.7
48.3
60.5
45.5
68.0
52.7
  LP/NP
44.6
49.6
50.5
47.3
51.7
39.5
54.5
32.0
47.3
 1974 ALP
54.9
50.6
45.4
52.5
48.5
55.4
47.3
59.7
51.7
  LP/NP
45.1
49.4
54.6
47.5
51.5
44.6
52.7
40.3
48.3
 1975 ALP
46.8
43.8
39.8
44.9
41.2
44.1
45.1
49.3
44.3
  LP/NP
53.2
56.2
60.2
55.1
58.8
55.9
54.9
50.7
55.7
 1977 ALP
47.6
44.5
42.0
48.7
39.9
43.8
47.5
54.3
45.4
  LP/NP
52.4
55.5
58.0
51.3
60.1
56.2
52.5
45.7
54.6
 1980 ALP
50.4
50.7
46.9
49.6
46.7
47.1
48.8
58.6
49.6
  LP/NP
49.6
49.3
53.1
50.4
53.3
52.9
51.2
41.4
50.4
1983 (a) ALP
54.1
54.5
49.5
52.3
55.0
43.6
51.9
65.5
53.2
  LP/NP
45.9
45.5
50.5
47.7
45.0
56.4
48.1
34.5
46.8
1984 (a) ALP
52.9
53.1
47.7
51.7
50.9
46.6
48.6
62.0
51.8
  LP/NP
47.1
46.9
52.3
48.3
49.1
53.4
51.4
38.0
48.2
1987 (a) ALP
 50.3
 52.3
 49.3
 50.2
 50.9
 46.9
 52.2
 63.2
 50.8
  LP/NP
 49.7
 47.7
 50.7
 49.8
 49.1
 53.1
 47.8
 36.8
 49.2
1990 (a) ALP
 52.1
 47.5
 50.2
 49.5
 47.1
 47.9
 55.0
 58.5
 49.9
  LP/NP
 47.9
 52.5
 49.8
 50.5
 52.9
 52.1
 45.0
 41.5
 50.1
1993 (a) ALP
 54.4
 51.8
 48.4
 47.3
 46.0
 54.6
 55.3
 61.2
 51.4
  LP/NP
 45.6
 48.2
 51.6
 52.7
 54.0
 45.4
 44.7
 38.8
 48.6
1996 (a) ALP
47.4
50.3
39.8
42.7
44.0
51.6
49.6
55.5
46.4
  LP/NP
52.6
49.7
60.2
57.3
56.0
48.4
50.4
44.5
53.6
1998 (a) ALP
51.5
53.5
46.9
46.9
49.5
57.3
50.6
62.4
51.0
  LP/NP
48.5
46.5
53.1
53.1
50.5
42.7
49.4
37.6
49.0
2001 (a) ALP
48.3
52.1
45.1
45.9
48.4
57.7
52.5
61.1
49.0
  LP/NP
51.7
47.9
54.9
54.1
51.6
42.3
47.5
38.9
51.0
2004 (a) ALP
48.1
49.0
42.9
45.6
44.6
54.2
52.1
61.5
47.3
  LP/NP
51.9
51.0
57.1
54.4
55.4
45.8
47.9
38.5
52.7
2007 (a) ALP
53.7
54.3
50.4
52.4
46.7
56.2
55.4
63.4
52.7
  LP/NP
46.3
45.7
49.6
47.6
53.3
43.8
44.6
36.6
47.3
2010 (a) ALP
48.8
55.3
44.9
53.2
43.6
60.6
50.7
61.7
50.1
  LP/NP
51.2
44.7
55.1
46.8
56.4
39.4
49.3
38.3
49.9
2013 (a) ALP
45.6
50.2
43.0
47.6
41.7
51.2
49.7
59.9
46.5
  LP/NP
54.4
49.8
57.0
52.4
58.3
48.8
50.3
40.1
53.5
(a) Actual result from full distribution of preferences.

 

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