Australia

Parliamentary 2016


Published

Federal elections took place on 2 July 2016.

House of Representatives
Australian Labor Party 69
Liberal 45
Liberal National Party 21
The Nationals 10
The Greens 1
Katter’s Australian Party 1
Nick Xenophon Team 1
Country Liberals 0
Palmer United Party 0
Family First 0
Christian Democratic Party 0
Australian Sex Party 0
Rise Up Australia Party 0
Australian Christians 0
DLP – Democratic Labour Party 0
One Nation 0
Bullet Train For Australia 0
Citizens Electoral Council 0
Australia First Party (NSW) Incorporated 0
Socialist Alliance 0
Liberal Democrats 0
Australian Country Party 0
Sustainable Australia 0
Animal Justice Party 0
Non-Custodial Parents Party 0
Science Party 0
Voluntary Euthanasia Party 0
Online Direct Democracy 0
Australian Antipaedophile Party 0
Australian Cyclists Party 0
Australian Defence Veterans Party 0
Australian Equality Party (Marriage) 0
Australian Liberty Alliance 0
Australian Progressives 0
Australian Recreational Fishers 0
Consumer Rights & No-Tolls 0
CountryMinded 0
Derryn Hinch’s Justice Party 0
Drug Law Reform 0
Glenn Lazarus Team 0
HEMP 0
Mature Australia Party 0
Non Affiliated 0
Outdoor Recreation Party (Stop The Greens) 0
Pirate Party 0
Renewable Energy Party 0
Shooters, Fishers and Farmers 0
Smokers Rights Party 0
Socialist Equality Party 0
The Arts Party 0
Independent 2
Total 150

Registered electors: 15,671,551
Votes: 14,262,016
Turnout: 91.01%

Senate
Australian Labor Party 26
Liberal 14
Liberal/Nationals 10
The Greens 9
Liberal National Party 5
Pauline Hanson’s One Nation 4
Nick Xenophon Team 3
Country Liberals 1
Liberal Democrats 1
Family First 1
Jacqui Lambie Network 1
Derryn Hinch’s Justice Party 1

Registered electors: 15,671,551
Votes: 14,406,706
Turnout: 90.57%

Source: www.results.aec.gov.au

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