Top income brackets in marginal seats

All seats held by the government with margin of under five percent.

Ranked by number of electors in the top tax bracket. Five percent could be called marginal. There are 23 of these in all.n.

On each line is the seat name, state, current margin, AEC Geographic category, the number of high income numbers and (national rank out of 150).

These are the seats that the ALP would be looking at to take at the election.

These are a little more bottom heavy than all marginal seats. The average rank is the same: 84

Click any seat to see its data at right

 

Kalgoorlie (WA) 4.4 r 19494 (10)
Adelaide (SA) 0.6 i 11239 (27)
Parramatta (NSW) 1.1 i 11116 (28)
Moreton (Qld) 2.4 i 9110 (38)
La Trobe (Vic) 3.7 o 8636 (43)
Deakin (Vic) 1.6 o 8581 (44)
Eden-Monaro (NSW) 1.7 r 8565 (45)
Herbert (Qld) 1.5 p 7758 (57)
Bowman (Qld) 3.1 o 7330 (68)
McEwen (Vic) 2.2 r 6976 (75)
Petrie (Qld) 3.2 o 6970 (76)
Canning (WA) 0.4 o 6172 (89)
Dobell (NSW) 0.4 p 6152 (90)
McMillan (Vic) 2.9 r 5795 (99)
Hindmarsh (SA) 1.1 i 5709 (101)
Hinkler (Qld) 2.3 r 5330 (108)
Makin (SA) 3.8 o 5008 (117)
Paterson (NSW) 1.4 r 4808 (122)
Gippsland (Vic) 2.6 r 4481 (130)
Richmond (NSW) 1.7 r 4018 (137)
Longman (Qld) 2.5 r 3876 (140)
Cowper (NSW) 4.7 r 3561 (144)
Page (NSW) 2.8 r 3492 (145)