Updated at 1:23 pm on 31/10/2005
New Zealand Election 2005 

2005 Split Voting Statistics

A voter "splits" their votes when they cast their electorate vote for a candidate who does not represent the party for which they cast their party vote. At the 2005 election 28.71% of voters split their vote compared to 39.04% in 2002.
The summary tables and electorate by electorate detail tables below show how the voters who voted for each registered political party contesting the party vote allocated their second vote to electorate candidates.
The tables can be viewed separately in html or csv (comma separated values).
Overall Summary csv      
All Electorates csv      
General Electorates csv      
Maori Electorates csv      
General Electorates:
Aorakicsv    Auckland Centralcsv    Banks Peninsulacsv    
Bay of Plentycsv    Christchurch Centralcsv    Christchurch Eastcsv    
Clevedoncsv    Clutha-Southlandcsv    Coromandelcsv    
Dunedin Northcsv    Dunedin Southcsv    East Coastcsv    
East Coast Bayscsv    Epsomcsv    Hamilton Eastcsv    
Hamilton Westcsv    Helensvillecsv    Hutt Southcsv    
Ilamcsv    Invercargillcsv    Kaikouracsv    
Manacsv    Mangerecsv    Manukau Eastcsv    
Manurewacsv    Maungakiekiecsv    Mt Albertcsv    
Mt Roskillcsv    Napiercsv    Nelsoncsv    
New Lynncsv    New Plymouthcsv    North Shorecsv    
Northcotecsv    Northlandcsv    Ohariu-Belmontcsv    
Otagocsv    Otakicsv    Pakurangacsv    
Palmerston Northcsv    Piakocsv    Port Waikatocsv    
Rakaiacsv    Rangitikeicsv    Rimutakacsv    
Rodneycsv    Rongotaicsv    Rotoruacsv    
Tamakicsv    Taranaki-King Countrycsv    Taupocsv    
Taurangacsv    Te Atatucsv    Tukitukicsv    
Waimakariricsv    Wairarapacsv    Waitakerecsv    
Wellington Centralcsv    West Coast-Tasmancsv    Whanganuicsv    
Whangareicsv    Wigramcsv    

Maori Electorates:
Ikaroa-Rawhiticsv    Tainuicsv    Tamaki Makauraucsv    
Te Tai Hauaurucsv    Te Tai Tokeraucsv    Te Tai Tongacsv    
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