General Election Betting Specials: Bookies say there's a 71% CHANCE that the Conservatives lose 201 OR MORE seats at the General Election!

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Bookies have now gone even shorter on the Conservative Party losing 201 or more seats at the General Election as more betting specials are offered!

General Election Betting Specials: Bookies say there's a 71% CHANCE that the Conservatives lose 201 OR MORE seats at the General Election!
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  • Latest odds make it 2/5 that the Conservative party will lose 201 or more seats at the next General Election
  • Labour are expected to have a dominant showing at the upcoming General Election
  • Further specials look at the time in which the General Election will take place

Latest odds make it 2/5 that the Conservative party will lose 201 or more seats at the next General Election

Bookies continue to offer betting specials ahead of the upcoming General Election with one of several markets offered focusing on how many seats the Conservative party will lose.

It's largely expected that Labour will have a massively positive showing at the General Election by claiming a massive amount of seats from the Conservatives according to the latest odds.

William Hill's betting market now say's there's a 71% chance that the Conservatives lose 201 or more seats with those chances getting even stronger from the 65% it was at last month.

The full betting market goes in increments of 50 seats with bookmakers looking to offer different markets from the normal winner one, with Labour looking like easily winning the election.

Total Conservative Seats Lost at the next General ElectionOddsProbability
No Losses150/10.7%
1-50 Seats Lost40/12.4%
51-100 Seats Lost25/13.8%
101-150 Seats Lost7/112.5%
151-200 Seats Lost5/228.6%
201 or more Seats Lost2/571.4%
What the expert says...

Latest betting odds now suggest a 71% chance that the Conservatives lose 201 or more seats at the next General Election with a heavy defeat expected for Rishi Sunak according to the latest market!

Nigel Skinner - Political Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Labour are expected to have a dominant showing at the upcoming General Election

Labour remain the heavy favourites to win the General Election with their odds continuing to tumble in the past month from 1/10 to 1/20 that they are now at.

Those odds give an implied probability of 95% that Labour are the winners in the General Election with Sir Keir Starmer looking to have a big showing at the polls.

Rishi Sunak and the Conservatives are the second favourites in the betting market at 8/1 with those odds suggesting an 11% chance of the Tories winning once again.

UK General Election Betting Odds
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Further specials look at the time in which the General Election will take place

Further odds look at when the next General Election will take place with the latest odds now making it almost certain that it'll be between October and December this year.

The latest odds suggest an 80% chance that it happens with the market focusing on a variety of dates before the cut off in January 2025.

OLBG have taken a closer look at the potential dates for the Election taking place:

When will the General Election take place?OddsProbability
October-December 20241/480.0%
April-June 20249/218.2%
2025 or Later12/17.7%
July-September 202412/17.7%

Political Author Information

Nigel Skinner

Political Betting Expert

If you want to know anything about Political betting markets then Nigel is your go-to guy. Nigel has years of experience writing and following betting odds around a whole host of political markets including General Elections, By-Elections and even the infamous Brexit betting markets!

- Nigel Skinner, Blog content manager

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Jake Ashton

Senior news editor

Jake is our News Content Manager. He reviews all content, fact-checks the data, edits the copy and enhances all of the OLBG News content from our expert team ahead of publication.

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