2017 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 2017 General Election 27.33% of voters split their vote compared to 31.64% in 2014.

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 electorate candidate vote.

The statistics can be accessed directly in a browser as HTML or downloaded as CSV (comma separated values) format.

General Electorates:
Auckland Central csv Bay of Plenty csv Botany csv
Christchurch Central csv Christchurch East csv Clutha-Southland csv
Coromandel csv Dunedin North csv Dunedin South csv
East Coast csv East Coast Bays csv Epsom csv
Hamilton East csv Hamilton West csv Helensville csv
Hunua csv Hutt South csv Ilam csv
Invercargill csv Kaikōura csv Kelston csv
Mana csv Māngere csv Manukau East csv
Manurewa csv Maungakiekie csv Mt Albert csv
Mt Roskill csv Napier csv Nelson csv
New Lynn csv New Plymouth csv North Shore csv
Northcote csv Northland csv Ōhāriu csv
Ōtaki csv Pakuranga csv Palmerston North csv
Papakura csv Port Hills csv Rangitata csv
Rangitīkei csv Rimutaka csv Rodney csv
Rongotai csv Rotorua csv Selwyn csv
Tāmaki csv Taranaki-King Country csv Taupō csv
Tauranga csv Te Atatū csv Tukituki csv
Upper Harbour csv Waikato csv Waimakariri csv
Wairarapa csv Waitaki csv Wellington Central csv
West Coast-Tasman csv Whanganui csv Whangarei csv
Wigram csv
Māori Electorates:
Hauraki-Waikato csv Ikaroa-Rāwhiti csv Tāmaki Makaurau csv
Te Tai Hauāuru csv Te Tai Tokerau csv Te Tai Tonga csv
Waiariki csv
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