Australia’s voice referendum got rejected from the six states who participated in the voting. Australia Referendum Results are “NO”. Australian voters from the six states including New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, Victoria, West Australia, and South Australia rejected the referendum and 70% voted for No.
Australia Referendum Results
Australia Referendum Result are finally out and all six states of Australia rejected the Referendum and voted in No. Voting on amending the Australian Constitution is known as a referendum. Voters were asked either “YES” or “NO” based on whether they agree with the government’s proposed addition (or alteration) to the Constitution. According to experts, this voice referendum will harm First Nations people in the long run and put a stop to any plans to update the country’s original constitution. The voting results says No and it is the final result by the govt and the public of Australia.
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Australia Referendum Final Result
The majority of Australia’s 17.6 million registered voters, according to preliminary data from the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC), appeared to have cast No votes, and CNN affiliates 9 News, Sky News, and SBS all predicted that the Yes campaign had no chance of winning. The 2023 referendum’s total rejection in every state as well as on the national level is much more than just a political setback for Indigenous Australians who wanted an Indigenous Voice to Parliament.
|Voting Organized by||Australian Electoral Commission (AEC)|
It was a cogent expression by First Nations people of a view to the future that swallowed everything that had happened in the past and asked for very little in return, one that had been embraced and considered by more of them than anything said previously.
Vote Down Referendum
Votes have been cast in the Voice to Parliament referendum among Australians. The constitutional amendment that would have officially recognised Indigenous Australians and established the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice as an advisory body to the federal government was soundly defeated. A double majority, or a yes vote from the majority of Australians and states, was required for the referendum to pass. Australia has six states and all states reject the voice referendum.
Australia Referendum Result Stats
As per the latest reports and updates the percentage in the favor of no is higher in comparison to the result of yes. The overall percentage in the favor of yes is just 39.6% national wise while if we check state wise the max ratio of yes percentage is not even 50%, it is below 50%. This shows a clear image that the result is No.
|State||Yes % (appx)||No % (appx)|
|New South Wales||40.6||59.4|
|Overall National Voting||30||70|
The Voice referendum has been soundly defeated, with the national vote likewise rejecting the idea and all six states on course to vote No with a majority. It seems like the ACT will be the only part of Australia to vote in favour. The rejection of the referendum, according to a disappointed Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, will not cause a rift in the nation, according to Opposition Leader Peter Dutton.
Voice referendum Media Reaction
The voice referendum went down at 5:35 PM and a prediction was made that it would get a majority. There was a fact that polls may get closed and the referendum lashed the media for not ensuring about the conclusion and a proper debate. After the result of the referendum it will set a history while many others blamed the media for not representing a proper and senseful debate in front of everyone. Some also blamed the media for spoiling the image of Australia.
Voice Referendum Result Impact
The Referendum result was a changemaker for sure while there were already numerous groups and spokespeople making a variety of arguments in favor of the cause, Albanese’s position put an utterly unfair amount of pressure on his Indigenous Affairs Minister Linda Burney to steer the debate from a position of relative insignificance within the government. The Voice initiative faced opposition from an electorate that is notably historically conservative about any change to the constitution and that, as Noel Pearson noted last year, has little awareness of and empathy for Indigenous people.
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