Regional areas to the north and east of Perth. Pearce covers the entirety of Beverley, Northam, Toodyay, York, Chittering and Gingin council areas, and parts of Swan, Wanneroo, Kalamunda and Mundaring councils.
|Group||Party||Votes||Pearce %||Statewide %|
|Z||Australian Labor Party||22,826||25.18||26.59|
|S||The Greens (WA)||7,849||8.66||9.49|
|F||Palmer United Party||6,148||6.78||5.01|
|G||Shooters and Fishers||1,244||1.37||1.04|
|D||Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party||1,107||1.22||1.07|
The Liberal Party won Pearce, but with a below-average vote. The ALP and Greens vote was also below average, with PUP, the Nationals and the LDP exceeding their average.
Booths have been divided into five areas. Polling places in Swan and Wanneroo council areas on the outskirts of Perth have been grouped into two areas. The remaining polling places have been divided into North, East and South.
The Liberal Party won the vote in all five areas, ranging from 33% in the east to 43.4% in the north. The ALP came second in all five areas, with a vote ranging from 17.8% in the north to 29.5% in Wanneroo.
The Greens came third in the south and Wanneroo. The Nationals came third in the east and north. The Palmer United Party came third in Swan.
|Voter group||LIB %||ALP %||GRN %||PUP %||NAT %||Total votes||% of votes|