Queensland 2012 Election

Total votes 2499.763 divide by 89 seats = 28.087 votes per seat value

  • Liberal National Party’s total first preference votes,
    1214.553 divide by seat value = 43.24 seats
  • Australian Labour Party’s total first preference votes
    652.092 divide by seat value = 23.21 seats
  • Katter’s Australian Party’s total first preference votes
    141.049 divide by seat value = 5.02 seats
  • Australian Greens Party’s total first preference votes
    184.147 divide by seat value = 6.55 seats
  • Family First Party’s total first preference votes
    33.269 divide by seat value = 1.18 seats
  • Independents total first preference votes
    53.797 divide by seat value = 1.92 seats

The left over votes will determine how many seats are available, let’s look at the A,A,A, system of voting where every vote counts.

Party
Liberal National
Australian Labour
Katter’s Australian
Australian Greens
Family First
Independents
Others

Current System
78 SEATS
7 SEATS
2 SEATS
0 SEATS
0 SEATS
2 SEATS
0 SEATS

AAA System
43 SEATS
24 SEATS
10 SEATS
7 SEATS
2 SEATS
2 SEATS
1 SEATS

3 seats available to the party with the highest number of votes under the seat value.
AAA System proves something is very wrong with how we elect members of Parliament, the Liberal National Party can’t claim they represent the majority.
The truth is this corrupt system is legal, I find it hard to believe no one has ever questioned the system, there must be a change , no one can argue against truth, .