All six states across Australia vote No to change the constitution

The Voice to Parliament referendum was defeated in a landslide, with all states across Australia voting against the proposal to change the nation’s constitution.

Tasmania was the first state to reject the Voice to Parliament proposal with 60 per cent of the state voting No.

Queensland also resoundingly rejected the constitutional change, delivering a No vote of 67 per cent.

Sixty per cent of residents in Western Australia also opposed the Voice, while 64 per cent were against the proposal in South Australia.

However, the margin was closer in Victoria and New South Wales with the No vote at 53 per cent and 58 per cent respectively.

The national Yes vote sat at 40 per cent, while the No vote was 60 per cent.