Federal Election 2016: How's the NBN rollout going in your electorate? Search the full data by Electorate Seat Margin

After well-publicised cost blowouts and delays, the NBN will be fully rolled out across the country by 2020, and both parties will be making promises this election about how they can better offer faster internet speeds.

Punch in your electorate to see what's happening near you

We've grouped together the different types of technologies — including Fibre to the Node (FTTN), Fibre to the Premises (FTTP), Hybrid-Fibre Coaxial (HFC) and Fixed Wireless — to give you a single estimated figure on the rollout.

However, we excluded satellite NBN from the overall count, given the service is currently only an interim measure — the new Sky Muster service is currently being rolled out — and that the satellite method reached its capacity of 48,000 users, or about one in 20 NBN users, several years ago.

It is important to note that the rollout plan to September 2018, which does not take into account new building developments or any satellite services, is an estimate only.

Also, the data, provided last week at the request of the Senate, doesn't fall easily into electorate boundaries, so there might be some double-ups.

Electorate Premises with NBN available Premises using the NBN Premises to be serviced by Sept 2018 Building is underway to service this many premises Held by Margin
Corangamite 5,131 2,888 68,310 36,992 Lib 0.3
Boothby 264 107 52,260 28,224 Lib 0.6
Deakin 83 0 60,920 NA Lib 0.6
Hasluck 2,202 1,410 45,460 3,623 Lib 0.6
Aston 552 464 52,570 32 Lib 0.7
Greenway 29,343 18,737 40,400 3,705 ALP 0.9
Dunkley 20,125 11,476 43,820 4,415 Lib 1.0
Robertson 51,527 11,873 19,250 23,542 Lib 1.0
Brisbane 18,604 7,202 76,660 409 LNP 1.1
Lindsay 26,382 14,795 38,850 2,151 Lib 1.1
Moreton 5,336 2,957 55,250 80 ALP 1.1
Denison 35,882 15,830 10,490 16,777 IND 1.2
Macquarie 13,072 9,371 50,190 15,800 Lib 1.3
Banks 867 758 44,000 580 Lib 1.4
Forde 2,577 1,899 48,010 6,116 LNP 1.6
La Trobe 2,395 3,858 50,720 8,348 Lib 1.7
Solomon 49,738 24,153 0 2,894 CLP 1.8
Casey 447 365 57,160 4,020 Lib 1.9
Longman 42,276 5,621 28,110 2,424 LNP 1.9
Canning 25,640 12,292 57,240 7,817 Lib 2.2
Herbert 43,989 23,013 26,770 11,936 LNP 2.2
Dawson 30,007 12,030 49,280 14,804 LNP 2.4
Petrie 12,993 9,826 53,390 344 LNP 2.5
Swan 41,224 19,691 39,160 29,381 Lib 2.5
Reid 35,639 22,998 40,690 1,336 Lib 2.7
Bonner 496 357 59,020 186 LNP 2.8
Macarthur 11,097 5,150 39,590 21,893 Lib 3.0
Bennelong 3,568 2,528 51,590 193 Lib 3.1
Lilley 25,987 17,966 49,010 70 ALP 3.2
Brand 22,046 12,007 60,270 14,009 ALP 3.3
Flynn 14,521 4,357 49,500 2,514 LNP 3.6
O'Connor 7,901 1,172 53,740 695 Lib 3.6
Sturt 2,025 1,343 61,420 77 Lib 3.6
Capricornia 12,749 3,856 58,260 19,137 Lib 3.7
Lingiari 15,319 4,282 11,300 12,363 ALP 3.7
Fisher 3,076 1,959 66,220 26,478 LNP 4.1
Blair 20,403 10,373 40,340 2,654 ALP 4.2
Eden-Monaro 14,882 4,402 51,400 12,716 Lib 4.2
McMillan 9,791 3,488 62,670 61,323 Lib 4.2
Page 12,959 3,578 55,020 653 NAT 4.2
Parramatta 2,277 696 21,660 830 ALP 4.4
Leichhardt 22,598 7,234 58,230 32,920 LNP 4.6
Dickson 18,536 6,883 30,980 6,319 LNP 5.1
Dobell 55,714 20,413 20,860 21,385 Lib 5.1
Hughes 10,193 3,230 22,200 113 Lib 5.2
Kingsford Smith 5,990 2,353 75,210 66 ALP 5.2
Gilmore 17,454 8,117 50,340 21,672 Lib 5.3
Paterson 7,766 3,650 62,550 20,635 Lib 5.3
Higgins 2,346 1,673 68,690 305 Lib 5.4
Rankin 14,022 7,876 56,260 164 ALP 5.4
Stirling 32 7 51,980 15,254 Lib 5.5
Fremantle 2,640 1,572 73,030 588 ALP 5.7
Wannon 16,121 5,491 45,680 961 Lib 5.7
Chisholm 170 60 69,080 147 ALP 5.8
Oxley 16,159 9,809 45,100 363 ALP 5.8
Melbourne 38,988 24,206 119,590 3,396 GRN 5.9
Perth 3,177 736 41,520 231 ALP 5.9
Goldstein 589 437 61,830 276 Lib 6.0
Hindmarsh NA NA 66,780 7,600 Lib 6.1
Cowan 1,442 944 63,210 236 Lib 6.3
Bass 43,932 21,726 4,550 7,077 Lib 6.7
Werriwa 11,704 4,573 43,020 1,777 ALP 6.7
Barton  3,200 1,684 42,780 589 Lib 6.9
Fairfax 5,265 2,523 75,000 7,564 PUP 7.0
Richmond 9,931 3,254 55,570 1,097 ALP 7.0
Ryan 57 46 63,500 NA LNP 7.2
Mayo 30,334 12,852 35,490 16,138 Lib 7.3
Kooyong 1,375 1,037 59,960 263 Lib 7.4
Braddon 12,233 4,956 39,900 13,500 Lib 7.5
Batman 826 508 69,370 133 ALP 7.7
Bruce 490 453 59,400 NA ALP 7.7
McMahon 2,960 1,417 50,920 NA ALP 7.8
Melbourne Ports 11,299 4,979 58,310 1,220 ALP 7.9
Griffith 1,393 826 24,940 458 ALP 8.5
Forrest 8,440 2,123 66,020 28,298 Lib 8.7
Hume 5,800 1,601 45,090 23,577 Lib 8.7
Menzies 47 17 49,630 401 Lib 8.7
Fowler 7,024 2,485 40,510 35 ALP 8.8
Pearce 7,768 3,926 58,370 1,589 Lib 8.9
Indi 13,450 3,887 53,980 11,203 IND 9.0
Canberra 8,632 4,255 35,400 2,979 ALP 9.1
Flinders 7,652 2,801 98,370 11,086 Lib 9.1
Watson 11,566 7,982 25,880 253 ALP 9.1
McEwen 15,599 11,127 60,560 21,371 ALP 9.2
Cowper 38,773 21,981 29,470 442 Nat 9.3
Bendigo 10,684 4,379 60,260 4,147 ALP 9.4
Wright 6,898 3,066 40,180 10,359 LNP 10.2
McPherson 1,129 294 64,420 5 LNP 10.3
Bowman 693 594 61,100 9,455 LNP 10.4
Hinkler 27,904 7,321 46,170 1,237 LNP 10.4
Isaacs 12,517 6,816 56,740 NA ALP 10.4
Wakefield 6,487 1,972 57,380 597 ALP 10.5
Calare 11,537 3,443 54,830 17,234 Nat 10.7
Franklin 30,257 15,996 18,160 12,724 ALP 10.8
Jagajaga NA NA 57,090 27 ALP 11.1
Grey 14,438 2,882 52,330 3,196 Lib 11.2
Moore 1,002 632 55,020 5,954 Lib 11.2
Gippsland 12,775 4,317 60,820 13,930 NAT 11.4
Ballarat 46,602 25,853 26,780 1,421 ALP 11.7
Makin 17,552 9,039 45,460 8,700 ALP 12.0
Throsby 12,750 9,375 50,150 36,178 ALP 12.1
Blaxland 10,704 8,082 44,200 NA ALP 12.2
Chifley 26,950 18,371 40,920 759 ALP 12.3
Lyons 22,832 8,890 31,110 3,623 Lib 12.3
Tangney 14,095 7,208 43,870 35 Lib 12.3
Hunter 6,434 2,781 50,540 15,725 ALP 12.5
Newcastle 34,057 5,260 29,700 5,166 ALP 12.5
Charlton 25,031 5,992 37,680 123 ALP 12.7
Cook 762 265 49,740 NA Lib 12.7
Lyne 22,087 10,068 46,050 423 NAT 12.7
Shortland 36,112 12,220 31,510 216 ALP 12.8
Barker 19,337 4,901 58,610 10,767 Lib 13.0
Warringah NA NA 58,150 NA Lib 13.1
Cunningham 30,832 12,737 33,200 31,089 ALP 13.2
Corio 1,243 768 77,130 14,083 ALP 13.5
Durack 21,773 9,515 50,620 10,118 Lib 13.7
Holt 14,774 9,653 54,440 322 ALP 14.0
Hotham 7,888 5,027 57,480 NA ALP 14.0
North Sydney 7,376 2,222 59,730 576 Lib 14.1
Fadden 2,541 1,685 61,630 834 LNP 14.2
Fraser 32,119 24,052 41,000 3,006 ALP 14.2
Farrer 7,170 1,864 61,030 15,229 Lib 14.5
Kingston 18,451 11,734 50,750 21,285 ALP 14.6
Wentworth 4,441 798 94,010 NA Lib 14.9
Wide Bay 20,288 3,125 45,700 3,593 LNP 15.6
Mackellar 118 107 27,750 2,900 Lib 15.7
Berowra NA NA 40,810 NA Lib 16.2
Curtin 1,144 444 49,590 15,526 Lib 16.2
Sydney 25,086 6,160 109,340 310 ALP 17.1
Mitchell 2,951 1,704 48,540 11,348 Lib 17.2
Maribyrnong 8,449 6,016 62,850 721 ALP 17.5
Moncrieff 1,149 181 78,150 113 LNP 17.5
Bradfield 368 320 54,790 141 Lib 18.2
Riverina 14,457 3,941 51,990 14,052 NAT 18.2
Kennedy 12,801 2,257 49,840 17,872 KAP 18.3
Groom 33,744 18,092 35,900 15,931 LNP 18.5
Parkes 6,232 1,834 43,710 27,050 NAT 18.9
Murray 39,055 15,907 31,400 5,664 Lib 19.6
Calwell 12,932 6,278 48,970 15,195 ALP 20.1
Scullin 25,103 21,255 34,350 85 ALP 20.5
Grayndler 993 477 57,050 634 ALP 20.6
Port Adelaide 1,231 889 72,160 4315 ALP 20.9
New England 26,815 11,596 40,100 114 NAT 21.5
Lalor 14,903 8,216 57,840 949 ALP 22.1
Maranoa 13,462 3,754 43,010 NA LNP 22.9
Mallee 8,488 2,382 53,700 6,052 NAT 23.3
Wills 21,983 15,719 53,330 1,096 ALP 23.5
Gorton 20,759 12,212 49,690 3,904 ALP 23.6
Gellibrand 14,955 6,963 61,030 104 ALP 24.1

Source: ABC News

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