Documents detailing the distribution of preferences undertaken for all 151 House of Representatives seats are available as PDF files via the zipped folder below
Documents detailing the distribution of preferences for the eight Senate contests are available via the 2022 federal election tally room.
The postal voting data available as a csv downloadable file will be updated daily to provide a cumulative total, by electoral division, of the number of postal vote applications (PVAs) processed by the AEC.
As the election progresses, this file will be updated to include the number of postal vote certificates (PVCs) returned to the AEC for the 2022 federal election. This data will be refreshed daily until Friday 20 May 2022.
The pre-poll voting data in this spreadsheet includes all the pre-poll votes cast at pre-poll voting centres (PPVCs) for the 2022 federal election. The spreadsheet includes a breakdown of the number of pre-poll votes issued at every PPVC for every day of the pre-poll voting period.
This spreadsheet provides an indicative calculation of House of Representatives votes cast per SA1 at the 2022 federal election.
This download assists in the analysis of the geographic footprint of polling places. It uses roll mark-off data combined with polling place results to provide data by SA1s (the CCD column). It is a statistical dataset that is not directly comparable to vote counts due to rounding occurring in the data preparation.
This extract is using the ABS 2016 Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS), and comparison to the current ASGS may require concordance.
The files below provide the number of votes processed by overseas posts.
The telephone voting figures reflect the number of electors who have been marked off.
|Category||As at COB Saturday
21 May 2022
|Blind or low vision||2,794|
The AEC’s reporting guide for the 2022 federal election includes a range of high level statistics from previous federal elections as well as information about operational delivery for 2022.
In addition, further information and statistics from previous federal elections is available.