Electorates by 2004 swing by state (after one week of counting)

Here's the national list 

Next to each electorate is old margin, AEC socio dem rating and swing. In each state, negative swings, to Coalition, at top. In Western Australia and Tasmania every seat has a negative swing, which means they all swung to the government.

Cunningham not included, nor four seats where two candidate preferred not between Labor and Coalition either this time or last - Calare, Farrer, New England and Kennedy.

These swings are a few days out of date. For example, lemming David Cox has lost Kingston, so the swing should be a smidgin over his old margin of 1.3 percent, rather than the 1.2 show.

Clicking any seat will, as before, put seat in right hand panel, but details haven't been updated.

 

New South Wales

Prospect 12.8 o -5.6
Parkes 8.7 r -5.4
Dobell 0.4 p -5.4
Paterson 1.4 r -5.1
Hume 9.8 r -4.4
Greenway 3.1 o -3.9
Reid 16.9 i -3.7
Gwydir 14.9 r -3.2
Macarthur 7.0 o -2.6
Chifley 15.3 o -1.9
Banks 2.9 i -1.8
Blaxland 15.2 i -1.8
Cowper 4.7 r -1.7
Lyne 11.2 r -1.7
Page 2.8 r -1.5
Watson 17.3 i -1.1
Riverina 19.9 r -0.7
Macquarie 8.7 o -0.6
Hughes 10.4 o -0.6
Lowe 3.8 i -0.2
Eden-Monaro 1.7 r -0.1
Cook 14.0 i 0.1
Kingsford Smith 8.9 i 0.1
Robertson 7.0 p 0.2
Mitchell 21.3 o 0.4
Throsby 15.1 p 0.6
Mackellar 16.9 o 0.8
Shortland 8.8 p 0.8
Fowler 21.5 o 0.9
Werriwa 8.5 o 1.1
Lindsay 5.5 o 1.2
Grayndler 21.3 i 1.8
Parramatta 1.2 i 1.9
Barton 6.0 i 1.9
Charlton 6.7 p 1.9
Bradfield 21.2 i 2.2
Richmond 1.7 r 2.3
Wentworth 7.9 i 2.3
Warringah 12.7 i 2.3
Sydney 15.0 i 2.3
Hunter 10.9 r 3.0
Newcastle 6.9 p 3.1
North Sydney 13.2 i 3.2
Bennelong 7.7 i 3.7
Berowra 15.7 o 4.0
Gilmore 14.6 r 4.8

Victoria

Aston 6.0 o -7.2
Calwell 15.1 o -6.8
Maribyrnong 15.4 o -5.9
Holt 7.9 o -5.8
Indi 10.7 r -5.6
Gippsland 2.6 r -5.3
Gellibrand 20.4 i -5.3
Isaacs 6.6 o -5.1
Scullin 20.3 o -5.1
Melbourne 19.9 i -4.8
Gorton 20.2 o -4.7
Mallee 20.9 r -4.4
Dunkley 5.2 o -4.1
Casey 7.2 o -4.1
Deakin 1.6 o -3.7
Batman 25.1 i -3.7
McEwen 2.2 r -3.6
Lalor 12.1 o -3.5
Flinders 7.4 r -3.3
Wills 20.6 i -3.3
Bruce 6.5 o -3.2
Wannon 9.2 r -3.0
Corio 8.5 p -2.9
Hotham 11.0 o -2.8
Murray 21.9 r -2.7
Bendigo 3.6 p -2.7
McMillan 2.9 r -2.6
La Trobe 3.7 o -1.7
Menzies 8.9 o -1.6
Ballarat 3.2 p -1.2
Jagajaga 5.3 o -0.9
Melbourne Ports 5.7 i -0.6
Goldstein 9.5 i -0.3
Higgins 8.4 i 0.0
Corangamite 5.4 p 0.3
Chisholm 2.7 i 0.3
Kooyong 10.9 i 1.9

Queensland

Forde  7.0 r -6.3
Bowman  3.1 o -6.0
Longman  2.5 r -5.2
Herbert  1.5 p -4.7
Blair  6.6 r -4.7
Petrie  3.5 o -4.4
Maranoa  15.4 r -4.2
Moncrieff  16.3 p -4.1
Groom  15.1 p -3.9
Leichhardt  6.4 r -3.4
Dawson  8.0 r -2.6
Hinkler  2.2 r -2.5
Fadden  13.1 o -2.3
Bonner  1.9 o -2.2
McPherson  12.2 p -2.0
Fairfax  9.2 r -1.8
Moreton  2.6 i -1.7
Dickson  6.0 o -1.7
Fisher  11.8 p -1.5
Ryan  9.5 o -1.3
Wide Bay  9.9 r -0.8
Capricornia  5.5 p 0.3
Lilley  4.6 i 0.7
Rankin  2.4 o 0.9
Oxley  8.0 o 2.2
Griffith  6.2 o 2.7
Brisbane  1.0 i 3.1

Western Australia

Canning 0.4 o -9.3
Pearce 6.9 p -6.1
Brand 10.1 p -5.4
Moore 6.0 o -4.9
Cowan 5.5 o -4.8
Perth 11.2 i -4.3
Tangney 8.0 i -4.0
Hasluck 1.8 o -3.6
Stirling 1.6 i -3.5
Forrest 7.6 r -3.3
Fremantle 10.7 i -2.9
Swan 2.0 i -1.8
Curtin 13.9 i -1.5
O'Connor 19.1 r -1.4
Kalgoorlie 4.3 r -1.0

South Australia

Barker 16.6 r -3.6
Grey 10.6 r -3.2
Port Adelaide 16.0 i -2.6
Wakefield 1.3 o -1.9
Kingston 1.3 o -1.2
Mayo 14.3 r 0.7
Hindmarsh 1.0 i 0.9
Sturt 8.5 i 1.5
Boothby 7.4 o 1.8
Adelaide 0.6 i 2.1
Makin 3.7 o 2.8

Tasmania

Braddon 6.0 r -7.2
Bass 2.1 p -5.0
Lyons 8.2 r -4.5
Denison 14.3 i -1.3
Franklin 8.0 o -0.5