ID 0079

Commonwealth Parliament, House of Representatives election in New South Wales

(for more information on this election see national summary for the House of Representatives)

Election of 15 September 1934


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House of Representatives enrolment and voting in New South Wales

Total number of voters on the roll
1,531,429
Number of House of Representatives seats in this state/territory
28
Number of uncontested seats
0
If uncontested seats, number of voters on the roll in uncontested seats
Number of voters on the roll in contested seats
1,531,429
Total ballots cast (may differ from number of votes in multiple voting systems)
1,467,312
Turnout (rate of voting in contested seats)
95.81%
Total valid votes
1,418,511
Rate of informal (invalid) voting
3.33%
Informal (invalid) ballots in multiple voting system
Not applicable
Electoral system
Adult franchise at 21 years; single member districts; preferential voting (AV); compulsory preferences; compulsory voting


House of Representatives votes and seats won in New South Wales

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Election held on 15 September 1934
Criteria for the inclusion of parties in this table are set out in the Glossary under 'listed party'

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Party Name First preference vote n First preference vote share % Change from previous election % Seats won n Uncontested seats held n Seat share %
State (Lang) Labor Party  509,615  35.93  +11.06  32.14 
United Australia Party  479,638  33.81  -1.60  11  39.29 
Country Party  205,898  14.52  -2.96  25.00 
Federal Labor Party  132,779  9.36  -7.01  3.57 
Social Credit  66,989  4.72     
Independents  2,344  0.17  -5.47     
Votes for other than listed parties 21,248 1.50 +1.26       
Totals 1,418,511  100.00    28  100.00 


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* Party did not contest previous election or did not meet criteria for listing, or contested previous election under a different party name.

Sources

Colin A Hughes and B D Graham, A Handbook of Australian Government and Politics 1890-1964, (Canberra: Australian National University Press, 1968, SBN 708102700).