There were 7,817,247 votes for Yes and 4,873,987 for No. A further 36,686 votes, or 0.2 per cent, were unclear.
Every state and territory recorded a majority Yes result over 60 per cent, with the exception of New South Wales, where just 57.8 per cent voted Yes.
Out of 150 Federal Electoral Divisions, 133 recorded a majority Yes response, and 17 of the divisions recorded a majority No response.
Former PM Tony Abbott’s seat of Warringah recorded a 75 per cent Yes vote, while Malcolm Turnbull’s electorate of Wentworth was a high Yes at 80.8 per cent. They were the top two Liberal-held Yes electorates in NSW, with Mr Abbott’s electorate coming in 10th highest overall.
The Sydney electorates of Labor frontbenchers Tony Burke and Jason Clare were among the highest with a No vote. Blaxland in western Sydney, held by Mr Clare, was the highest No voting electorate at 73.9 per cent.
Melbourne and Sydney are tied as the highest Yes voting electorates in the country at 83.7 per cent.