Research Report 7 - Analysis of Informality During the House of Representatives 2004 Election: Bibliography

Updated: 30 May 2013


  1. Australian Bureau of Statistics, Yearbook Australia Population Clock: (Accessed: 2005, 23 March).
  2. Australian Electoral Commission, Candidates Handbook–Election 2004, Australian Electoral Commission, Canberra.
  3. Electoral Backgrounder – Informal Voting, Australian Electoral Commission, August 2004. ISSN No 1440-8007.
  4. Lavareda, José Antônàio, 1991. A democracia nas urnas: o processo partidario eleitoral barsileiro, Rio de Janeiro.
  5. Mackerras M and McAllister I, 1999. 'Compulsory voting, party stability and electoral advantage in Australia', Electoral Studies–An International Journal, Vol. 18, No. 2, June 1999. Clarke H, Evans G and Scarborough E (editors).
  6. Major S, 1995. 'To Vote or Not to Vote? Compulsory Voting in Australia'. Western Australia Electoral Commission.
  7. McAllister I, Makkai T and Patterson C, 1992. Explaining Informal Voting in the 1987 and 1990 Australian Federal Elections, Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra.
  8. Medew R, 2003. 'Informal Vote Survey–House of Representatives 2001 Election', Australian Electoral Commission, Canberra.
  9. Parliamentary Library Research Brief. 7 March 2005, No. 11, 0204-05, ISSN 1832-2883.
Other publications in this series
Title Publication Date
Research Report 1–Informal Votes Survey, House of Representatives 2001 2003
Research Report 2–Redistribution Forward Estimates 1984–1999 Dec 2003
Research Report 3–Analysis of Declaration Voting Jun 2004
Research Report 4–Australian Federal redistributions 1901–2003 Apr 2004
Research Report 5–Analysis of Electoral Divisions Classifications January 2005
Research Report 6–Electorally Engaging the Homeless April 2005