Queensland State election, 2004

Queensland State election, 2004. By the 2004 state elections, One Nation’s presence in the political landscape shrunk to just one electorate: Tablelands. This was a remnant of the party’s spectacular success in the 1998 elections when One Nation captured 11 seats and received nearly one quarter of Queensland’s primary vote. This map shows a pattern of political division where Brisbane and the urban core (shaded grey) tend to be controlled by the Labor or Liberal parties. The larger rural and northern electorates tend to be dominated by the Nationals, Labor and to a lesser extent, One Nation. Details of polling at Queensland general election, Electoral Commission of Queensland, 2004

Electoral Commission of Queensland
Date captured: 
21 January 2013
Date created: 
21 January 2013
Collection of the University of Queensland Library