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2006 19 September 2010 2014

All 150 seats in the Enderronian Parliament
76 seats needed for a majority
Turnout 16,928,591 (93.55%) (Decrease2.png 0.48pp)
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Leader Sherry Matsuda Tom Woodlands Martin Brooks
Party Liberal Social Democrats National
Leader since 6 July 2009 10 October 2006 17 January 2003
Leader's seat Rijkens (TJ) Lyndhurst (NS) Fairfax (FL)
Last election 79 seats, 40.36% 61 seats, 35.10% 9 seats, 8.16%
Seats won 74 65 8
Seat change Decrease2.png 5 Increase2.png 4 Decrease2.png 1
Popular vote 6,377,000 6,162,007 1,269,644
Percentage 37.67% 36.40% 7.50%
Swing Decrease2.png 2.69pp Increase2.png 1.30pp Decrease2.png 0.66pp
TPP 52.76% 47.24%
TPP swing Increase2.png 0.35pp Decrease2.png 0.35pp

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Leader Erik Kastena
Party Greens
Leader since 19 October 2007
Leader's seat Contested Rhinehart (WE)
(lost)
Last election 0 seats, 8.29%
Seats won 1
Seat change Increase2.png 1
Popular vote 2,012,809
Percentage 11.89%
Swing Increase2.png 3.60pp

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Winning party by electorate

Prime Minister before election Elected Prime Minister
Sherry Matsuda
Liberal
Sherry Matsuda
Liberal

A federal election was held in Enderron on Saturday 19 September 2010 to elect the 150 members of the 17th Enderronian Parliament.

The incumbent second-term Liberal Party of Enderron government, led by Prime Minister Sherry Matsuda, lost its majority. The opposition Social Democratic Party of Enderron, led by Tom Woodlands, gained a small swing but failed to defeat the government. After two weeks, the Liberals formed a minority government with the support of the Enderron National Party.

Results

65 3 8 74
Social Democrats O Nat Liberal
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Party Votes % Swing Seats +/−
Liberal 6,377,000 37.67 Decrease2.png 2.69 74 Decrease2.png 5
Social Democrats 6,162,007 36.40 Increase2.png 1.30 65 Increase2.png 4
Greens 2,012,809 11.89 Increase2.png 3.60 1 Increase2.png 1
National 1,269,644 7.50 Decrease2.png 0.66 8 Decrease2.png 2
Democrats 211,607 1.25 Decrease2.png 1.91 0 Steady2.png 0
Other 895,522 5.29 Increase2.png 0.36 2 Increase2.png 1
Two-party-preferred vote
Liberal 8,931,525 52.76 Increase2.png 0.35 74 Decrease2.png 5
Social Democrats 7,997,066 47.24 Decrease2.png 0.35 65 Increase2.png 4
Total 16,928,591 100 150

Independents: Jeff Anderman, Geoff Martin

First preference vote
Liberal
  
37.67%
Social Democrats
  
36.40%
Greens
  
11.89%
National
  
7.50%
Other
  
6.54%
Two-party-preferred vote
Liberal
  
52.76%
Social Democrats
  
47.24%
Seats in Parliament
Liberal
  
49.33%
Social Democrats
  
43.33%
National
  
5.33%
Other
  
2.00%

Seats changing hands

Seat Pre-2010 Swing Post-2010
Party Member Margin Margin Member Party
Cheltenham, CO Liberal Angela Walker Chelsea Caines Social Democrats
Dalton, MA National Jeff Paisley Simon Hawkins Social Democrats
Greenberg, GB National Stephanie Lorenzo Jeff Anderman Independent
Hacking, NS Social Democrats Bill Casey-Smith Kieran Robertson Liberal
Hawthorne, PL Social Democrats Rhys Marnell Luke Barrientos Liberal
Hexham, NP Liberal Alex Kastelan Natalie Sales Social Democrats
Jackson, WE Liberal John Kelch Ross Deng Social Democrats
Kitaoka, TJ Liberal Akira Inoue James Tsuji Social Democrats
Leightonfield, NS Liberal Norm Anderson Daisy Oyama Social Democrats
Middle Range, WS National Scott Rogerson Tyson Parker Liberal
Mount Gilbert, MA Liberal Tom Tuckerman Kylie Moore National
Mulherin, LS Liberal Carl Wang Li Min Jiang Social Democrats
Scott, CO Liberal Ryan Barr N/A Ryan Barr National
Wentworth, WE Social Democrats Kate Brunswick Kelly Tan Greens
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