26 March 2011 New South Wales Election Declaration Of The Poll

26 March 2011 New South Wales Election Declaration Of The Poll

New South Wales Election Polling Day 26 March 2011

New South Wales Electoral Commission

Victor P Taffa

 

Final results have been declared in the March 2011 New South Wales State Election by the New South Wales Electoral Commission.

New South Wales Legislative Assembly

                                                            Old Parlt.                   New Parlt.

Party                                                               Seats Held

Labor                                                      50                                20

Liberal                                                    24                                51

National                                                   13                                18

Independent                                            6                                  3

Greens                                                         0                                  1

Total Seats                                                   93                                93

To form Majority Government a Party requires 47 Seats.

 

New South Wales Legislative Council

The New South Wales Legislative Council comprises 42 Seats. At the Election to be held on Saturday 26 March 2011 there will be a ballot among half of the 42 Seats. The Legislative Council is an undivided Chamber across New South Wales. In Victoria there are Electoral Divisions for Legislative Council Seats.

                                                               Old Parlt.                   New Parlt.

Party                                                                          Seats Held

Labor                                                                   18                    14

Liberal                                                                 10                    12

National                                                                 5                      7

Greens                                                                    4                      5

Shooters and Fishers                                         2                      2

Christian Democratic (Fred Nile Group)    1                      2

Family First                                                             1                      0

Total Seats                                                               42                    42

To form a Majority a Party requires 22 Seats.

The New South Wales Legislative Council is the oldest Parliamentary Chamber in Australia.

There will be a Redistribution of Electoral Boundaries following the 2011 New South Wales Election. Redistribution of Electoral Boundaries must occur by law after every second New South Wales Election.

Seat Changes:                                                            Swing:

Labor Losses:

  • Balmain                                                                 %
  • Bathurst                                                         36.3%
  • Blue Mountains                                             15.7%
  • Campbelltown                                               20.5%
  • Charlestown                                                  24.6%
  • Coogee                                                            14.1%
  • Drummoyne                                                   23.9%
  • East Hills                                                        14.1%
  • Gosford                                                          16.5%
  • Granville                                                        14.4%
  • Heathcote                                                       22.3%
  • Kiama                                                             18.7%
  • Londonderry                                                 19.9%
  • Maitland                                                         15.9%
  • Menai                                                               27.5%
  • Miranda                                                         21.8%
  • Monaro                                                          7.3%
  • Mulgoa                                                           23.5%
  • Newcastle                                                              %
  • Oatley                                                             14.9%
  • Parramatta                                                    24.9%
  • Riverstone                                                      29.9%
  • Rockdale                                                        12.8%
  • Smithfield                                                       19.9%
  • Strathfield                                                      19.7%
  • Swansea                                                         11.6%
  • The Entrance                                                 17.2%
  • Wollondilly                                                     18.3%
  • Wyong                                                                9.5%

Independent Losses:

  • Dubbo                                                              14.5%
  • Port Macquarie                                             10.9%
  • Tamworth                                                      12.0%

Liberal Gains:

  • Blue Mountains
  • Campbelltown
  • Charlestown
  • Coogee
  • Drummoyne
  • East Hills
  • Gosford
  • Granville
  • Heathcote
  • Kiama
  • Londonderry
  • Maitland
  • Menai
  • Miranda
  • Mulgoa
  • Newcastle
  • Oatley
  • Parramatta
  • Riverstone
  • Rockdale
  • Smithfield
  • Strathfield
  • Swansea
  • The Entrance
  • Wollondilly
  • Wyong

National Gains:

  • Bathurst
  • Dubbo
  • Monaro
  • Port Macquarie
  • Tamworth

Green Gains

  • Balmain

Independent Hold:

  • Lake Macquarie
  • Northern Tablelands
  • Sydney