This map presents the final results for the Victorian State Election 2014 published by the Victorian Electoral Commission for the Lower House (Legislative Assembly). The results indicate the party that won the seat, the elected member, and the number of votes by which the seat was won based on the distribution of vote preferences for unsuccessful candidates. The margin by which the elected member now holds their seat is presented as a colored dot. The bigger the dot the more marginal the seat, and vice versa. The dot color indicates the party that won the seat.
It is interesting to contrast the election results with the New Seat Margins view that shows the pre-election situation for both major parties and seat margins. Electorates of significant interest include Prahran, where the Australian Greens won their second seat on a margin of 277 votes, also the sand-belt seats of Frankston and Bentleigh that were won by the ALP on seat margins of 336 and 568 respectfully, and the win of an Independent Candidate in Shepparton with a large swing away from The Nationals.