How people elect parliaments
Specific Elections: 1995 – 1999 – 2003 – 2007 – 2011 – 2015 – 2019
New South Wales has a bicameral Parliament with the lower house being the Legislative Assembly, an assembly of 93 members.
The boundaries of the Legislative Assembly electoral divisions are reviewed regularly by an independent commission.
Terms of the Legislative Assembly have been legislatively fixed at four years since the election of 1995.
All the members of the Legislative Assembly are directly elected in single member divisions by the preferential voting method.
Inequality in the effective influence of voters caused by variations in Legislative Assembly riding enrolments has been low in recent elections, with the most recent standard deviation of variations compared to the mean enrolment being X.X% in 2015.
[nomination openness – party configurations]
[summary of results]
[inequality by margins]
1995 – 1999 – 2003 – 2007 – 2011 – 2015 – 2019
[data source – data completeness – anomalous contests – augmentation]
[Dataset not yet published]