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2018 17 September 2022 2026

All 180 seats (plus 14 overhang seats) in the Enderronian Parliament
98 seats needed for a majority
Turnout TBA (93.41%) (Decrease2.png 1.26pp)
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Leader Lisa Kelsey Chan Macey Novakova Kelly Tan
Party Social Democrats Liberal Greens
Leader since 3 November 2015 29 July 2019 11 May 2017
Leader's seat Taylor (NP) Harrison (AV) Wentworth (WE)
Last election 87 seats, 37.89% 51 seats, 32.46% 2 seats, 10.72%
Seats won 78 64 24
Seat change Decrease2.png 9 Increase2.png 13 Increase2.png 22
Popular vote TBA TBA TBA
Percentage 34.56% 33.24% 12.81%
Swing Decrease2.png 3.33pp Increase2.png 0.78pp Increase2.png 2.09pp
TPP 51.84% 48.16%
TPP swing Decrease2.png 1.48pp Increase2.png 1.48pp

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Leader Isabella Bjornstad Spencer Bartell Matt Kingston
Party Civic Alliance National Democrats
Leader since 25 October 2020 7 August 2020 6 December 2019
Leader's seat Carrera (NP) Dalton (MA) List
Lost Scott (CO)
Last election 1 seat, 2.26%[1] 7 seats, 6.13% 1 seat, 6.47%
Seats won 10 9 6
Seat change Increase2.png 9 Increase2.png 2 Increase2.png 5
Popular vote TBA TBA TBA
Percentage 5.38% 4.63% 3.37%
Swing Increase2.png 3.12pp Decrease2.png 1.50pp Decrease2.png 3.10pp

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Results of the election

Prime Minister before election Elected Prime Minister
Lisa Kelsey Chan
Social Democrats
Lisa Kelsey Chan
Social Democrats

A federal election was held in Enderron on Saturday 17 September 2022 to elect the 150 members of the 20th Enderronian Parliament. It was the first election to be held under the new mixed-member proportional system, in which voters cast a single vote for both an electorate candidate and a nationwide party list, with the nationwide list used as levelling seats to achieve proportional representation.

The incumbent Social Democratic Party government, led by Prime Minister Lisa Kelsey Chan, retained a plurality of votes and seats, but lost ground to the opposition Liberal Party of Enderron, led by Macey Novakova. The election produced a parliament considerably more diverse than previous elections, with longstanding minor parties such as the Greens, Enderron National Party and Enderron Democrats increasing their parliamentary representation. The Social Democrats secured a third term in office after forming a Red–Green coalition government with the Greens, with leader Kelly Tan becoming Deputy Prime Minister.

Results

78 24 9 9 10 64
Social Democrats Greens Oth Nat CA Liberal
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Party Votes % Swing Seats
Electorate List Total +/−
Social Democrats 34.56 Decrease2.png 3.33 78 0 78 Decrease2.png 9
Liberal 33.24 Increase2.png 0.78 59 5 64 Increase2.png 13
Greens 12.81 Increase2.png 2.09 4 20 24 Increase2.png 22
Civic Alliance 5.38 Increase2.png 3.12 1 9 10 Increase2.png 9
National 4.63 Decrease2.png 1.50 5 4 9 Increase2.png 2
Democrats 3.37 Decrease2.png 3.10 0 6 6 Increase2.png 5
Other 6.01 Increase2.png 1.94 3 0 3 Increase2.png 2
Two-party-preferred vote
Social Democrats 51.84 Decrease2.png 1.48 78 0 78 Decrease2.png 9
Liberal 48.16 Increase2.png 1.48 59 5 64 Increase2.png 13
Total 100 150 44 194

Independents: Chou Mei Chun, Michelle Gallagher, Brian Minatozaki

First preference vote
Social Democrats
  
34.56%
Liberal
  
33.24%
Greens
  
12.81%
Civic Alliance
  
5.38%
National
  
4.63%
Democrats
  
3.37%
Other
  
6.01%
Two-party-preferred vote
Social Democrats
  
51.84%
Liberal
  
48.16%
Seats in Parliament
Social Democrats
  
40.21%
Liberal
  
32.99%
Greens
  
12.37%
Civic Alliance
  
5.15%
National
  
4.64%
Democrats
  
3.09%
Independent
  
1.55%

Opinion polling

Graphical summary

A 3-point average trend line of aggregate primary vote poll results since the previous election, with each line corresponding to a political party.

A 3-point average trend line of aggregate two-party-preferred vote poll results since the previous election; red – Social Democrats, blue – Liberals

References

  1. Compared to the seat and vote totals of the Pirate Party.
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