How your seat has changed in the last ten years, an interactive one

NSW has changed over the past decade – the population is almost 1 million larger, the average age has gotten slightly older, millennials now make up a much larger proportion of the electorate and the state has become less religious.

The demographic landscape of the state’s 93 electoral districts is also changing over time as people move in and out, populations age, and voting boundaries change through redistributions. These changes mean that candidates for some seats will have to appeal to a very different population than they did 10 – or even five – years ago.

Using the interactive page below, you can see a breakdown of the voting-age population in your seat and see how it has changed over the past decade, along with how it compares to the rest of the state in terms of generational separation, median income , housing costs, homeownership status, cultural background and more.

This tool was created based on custom census data going back 10 years and matched to the boundaries of each seat contested in this month’s state elections.

Enter your address in the search box below to match your location. Alternatively, if you already know the name of your seat, you can select it from the drop-down menu.

If you click on one of the small blue plus sign (+) icons on the interactive display you can see how your area ranks among all 93 NSW State Seats for the selected data point. You may find that your seat has the highest median income, the highest percentage of people without a religion, or the highest percentage of baby boomers in the entire state. How your seat has changed in the last ten years, an interactive one

Justin Scacco

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