2017 House Hold General Election

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2017 House Hold federal election
← 2013 24 August 2017 2018 →

25 seats in the House Hold House of Representatives
13 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
  First party Second party Third party
 
Lab
Con
Grn
Leader Ewing Sergio Africa Elephant
Party Labor Conservatives Greens
Leader since 2006 2005 19 January 2010
Leader's seat Bunn South Bed Ran in Sign
Last election 10 seats, 43.0% 9 seats, 36.6% 4 seats, 15.1%
Seats before 11 9 3
Seats won 16 7 1
Seat change 6 2 3
Popular vote 57 23 10
Percentage 60.0% 24.2% 10.5%
Swing 26.8 17.0 5.5

  Fourth party
 
Party Southerners
Leader since 2013
Leader's seat Play East
Last election 2 seats, 5.4%
Seats before 2
Seats won 1
Seat change 1
Popular vote 5
Percentage 5.3%
Swing 0.1

Prime Minister before election

Ewing
Labor

Prime Minister after election

Ewing
Labor

The 2017 House Hold federal election was held on 24 August 2017 to elect all 25 members of the House Hold House of Representatives. The election saw the incumbent Labor government increase from 10 seats to 16 and win a majority government.[1]

Results

House of Representatives

Party Candidates Seats Delegate Vote Seats Change
2013 Dissol. 2018 % Seats % Swing
Labor Party 25 10 11 16 64.0 60.0 +26.8 16 6
Conservatives 23 9 9 7 28.0 24.2 –17.0 7 2
Green Party 16 4 3 1 4.0 10.5 –5.5 1 3
Southerners Party 7 2 2 1 4.0 5.3 –0.1 1 1
Total 71 25 25 25 100.0 100.0 25
Two-party-preferred vote
Labor 69.5
Conservatives 30.5
Source: House Hold Electoral Commission

References

  1. "Labor Landslide, Ewing re-elected with a large majority". BNN. 25 August 2017. Retrieved 18 April 2021.