2012 Results by Electorate and by Party
Friday, 7 December 2012
|Party||Votes||%||Quotas||% Swing||Votes||%||Quotas||% Swing||Votes||%||Quotas||% Swing||Votes||%||% Swing|
|Australian Motorist Party||2488||3.9||0.2||-3.1||4794||7.3||0.4||1.2||1897||2.1||0.2||-0.7||9179||4.2||-0.8|
|Bullet Train for Canberra||2395||3.8||0.2||3.8||2358||3.6||0.2||3.6||4111||4.5||0.4||4.5||8864||4.0||4.0|
|Liberal Democratic Party||0||0.0||0.0||0.0||1213||1.8||0.1||1.8||1127||1.2||0.1||0.3||2340||1.1||0.7|
|Marion Le Social Justice Party||0||0.0||0.0||0.0||940||1.4||0.1||1.4||0||0.0||0.0||0.0||940||0.4||0.4|
|The ACT Greens||5032||7.9||0.5||-5.7||6676||10.1||0.6||-3.8||12065||13.2||1.1||-5.0||23773||10.7||-4.9|
This table shows the first preference votes received by each registered political party and the non-party candidates.
The Votes column shows the first preference votes counted. These votes can include electronic and/or paper ballots.
The Percent column shows the number of first preference votes expressed as a percentage of the total formal votes counted.
The Quotas column shows the proportion of a quota received by each party.
The percentage of votes counted is also shown. This is calculated by dividing the number of votes counted by the number of electors enrolled for the electorate and for the ACT in total.
The swings shown represent the difference in percentage terms between the result for each party and "other" candidates and the corresponding result for the 2008 election:
For parties that contested the 2008 election, the swing shown is the percentage of the votes received by the party in 2012 less the percentage of the votes received by the party in 2008.
For parties that did not contest the 2008 election, the swing shown is the percentage of the votes received by the party in 2012.
The swing figure for "other" candidates compares results for 2012 non-party candidates with the results obtained for 2008 non-party candidates combined with any results cast in 2008 for parties that are not contesting the 2012 election.