How many voted where

Prime Minister John Key won the biggest number of electorate votes in the election, gaining  26,011 of the 36,007  cast in Helensville.

Rino Tirikatene won the won a seat with the fewest votes – just   6,786  of the 17,897.

None of the Maori Electorates had good turnouts – the best was 20,255  in Te Tai Tokerau. That could be used to argue the seats have had passed their best-by date.

The lowest turn out in a general seat was  25,525 in Mangere.

The number of votes counted in each electorate and votes gained by winning candidate were:

Auckland Central: 34,370 – Nikki Kaye –  15,038.

Bay of Plenty: 36,403 – Tony Ryall –   23,710.

Botany: 29,272 – Jami-Lee Ross –  17,780.

Christchurch Central: 28,263 – Nicky Wagner –  12,064.

Christchurch East: 28,977 – Lianne Dalziel –  15,559.

Clutha-Southland: 32,040 – Bill English – 21,375

Coromandel: 34,850 –  Scott Simpson – 18,571

Dunedin North: 30,155 – David Clark – 12,976

Dunedin South: 35,569 – Clare Curran – 16,844

East Coast: 29,976 – Anne Tolley – 14,003

East Coast Bays:  33,695 – Murray McCully – 21,094

Epsom: 36,929 – John Banks  -15,835

Hamilton East: 33,566 – David Bennett – 18,505

Hamilton West: 32,335 – Tim Macindoe – 16,587 

Helensville: 36,007  – John Key –  26,011

Hunua: 35,615 – Paul Hutchison – 22,563

Hutt South: 33,180 – Trevor Mallard – 15,828 

Ilam: 34,365 – Gerry Brownlee –  20,070

Invercargill: 32,679 – Eric Roy – 17,275

Kaikōura : 34,412 – Colin King 19,961

Mana: 34,800 – Kris Faafoi – 16,323

Māngere: 25,525 –  Sua Sio – 18,177

Manukau East: 27,484 Ross Robertson – 19,399 

Manurewa:  25,688 Louisa Wall 14,961

Maungakiekie: 34,114 Sam Lotu-Iiga – 16,189

Mt Albert 33,271 – David Shearer – 18,716

Mt Roskill: 32,719 – Phil Goff – 17,906

Napier: 34,228  – Chris Tremain – 17,337

Nelson: 35,517-  Nick Smith  -18,360

New Lynn: 33,980 David Cunliffe – 16,999

New Plymouth: 34,167  – Jonathan Young  – 17,644

North Shore: 37,355 Maggie Barry – 22,709

Northcote: 33,203 – Jonathan Coleman – 18,908

Northland: 32,973 – Mike Sabin – 18,188

Ōhariu: 37,965 – Peter Dunne  – 14,357

Ōtaki: 37,925 –  Nathan Guy – 19,151

Pakuranga: 32,797 – Maurice Williamson – 20,694

Palmerston North: 33,268 – Ian Lees Galloway -16,525

Papakura: 31,871 – Judith Collins – 18,096

Port Hills: 33,484 – Ruth Dyson – 15,737

Rangitata: 36,282 – Jo Goodhew  – 19,580

Rangitīkei: 32,094 – Ian McKelvie – 18,284

Rimutaka: 34,573 – Chris Hipkins – 17,171

Rodney: 38,820 – Mark Mitchell – 20,253

Rongotai: 37,181 – Annette King 18,179

Rotorua: 31,824 – Todd McClay – 17,188

Selwyn: 37,043 – Amy Adams – 24,963

Tāmaki: 38,037 – Simon O’Connor – 24,837

Taranaki-King Country: 31,289 – Shane Ardern – 20,842

Taupō: 33,986 – Louise Upston – 20,934

Tauranga: 36,903 – Simon Bridges – 21,971

Te Atatū: 31,191 – Phil Twyford 15,860

Tukituki: 34,323 Craig Foss -19,378

Waikato:31,765 – Lindsay Tisch – 19,817

Waimakariri: 36,313 Kate Wilkinson – 16,787

Wairarapa: 35,315 – John Hayes – 17,881

Waitakere: 31,420 Carmel Sepuloni – 13,468

Waitaki: 38,879 – Jacqui Dean 23,219

Wellington Central: 39,525 – Grant Robertson – 18,836

West Coast-Tasman: 34,054 – Damien O’Connor – 15,753

Whanganui: 32,093 – Chester Burrows – 16,743

Whangarei: 34,799 – Phil  Heatley – 20,049

Wigram: 32,535 – Megan Woods – 14,080

Hauraki-Waikato: 18,329 Nanaia Mahuta 9,751

Ikaroa-Rāwhiti: 18,732 Parekura Horomia 10,558

Tāmaki Makaurau: 18,975 Pita Sharples – 7,120

Te Tai Hauāuru: 18,640 – Tariana Turia – 8,433

Te Tai Tokerau: 20,255 – Hone Harawria – 8,121

Te Tai Tonga: 17,897 – Rino Tirikatene – 6,786

Waiariki: 19,272 – Te Ururoa Flavell –  7,651

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