Almost 38,000 Tasmanians have already cast their vote in the federal election.
As of Monday afternoon, data from the Australian Electoral Commission has shown 37,371 electors had been issued their ballot papers across Tasmania.
Braddon continues to lead the state in pre-polling votes with 9837 ballots cast, followed by 9510 in Clark, 9107 in Bass and 5304 in Franklin.
Lyons has seen the smallest number of pre-poll voters at 3613.
In the 2016 federal election, a total of 38,316 pre-poll votes were cast in the state, indicating that Tasmania is following the national trend towards a larger number of people casting their votes before election day.
It is predicted that Australia-wide over a third of eligible voters, about 5 million people, will vote early.
About 2.2 million people had already cast their vote as as of close-of-business on Saturday, the electoral commission said.
Pre-polling for this year's election opened three weeks out from the May 18 election.