Next World Leader To Leave Odds: Rishi Sunak is now the 4/7 FAVOURITE to be the next leader to leave with Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu just behind him!

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Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is the odds-on favourite to be the Next World Leader to Leave with bookmakers offering odds on who will leave their role next.

Next World Leader To Leave Odds: Rishi Sunak is now the 4/7 FAVOURITE to be the next leader to leave with Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu just behind him!

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  • Rishi Sunak is now the 4/7 favourite to be the Next World Leader to leave his role across the globe
  • Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu closely follows behind him in the betting market at 5/4
  • Sunak's Conservative Party are expected to be thrashed at the upcoming General Election

Rishi Sunak is now the 4/7 favourite to be the Next World Leader to leave his role across the globe

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is now the clear favourite in the betting odds to be the next World Leader to leave his position with bookmakers now offering betting odds.

Sunak is top of the betting odds at 4/7 ahead of Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu who sits at 5/4 with the top two in the market far ahead of the rest of the world leaders.

William Hill's latest betting market gives an implied probability of 63.6% that Sunak is the next World Leader to leave his position following reports that the General Election could take place in July with Sunak refusing to rule it out.

The General Election must take place by the end of January 2025 and it's expected that we'll see it take place towards the back end of the year with the final quarter of 2024 the favourite period according to the odds.

Next World Leader To LeaveOddsProbability
Rishi Sunak
4/763.6%
Benjamin Netanyahu
5/444.4%
Joe Biden
10/19.1%
Justin Trudeau
12/17.7%
Volodymyr Zelenskyy
14/16.7%
Javier Milei
40/12.4%
What the expert says..

Rishi Sunak now leads the way in the betting odds to be the next World Leader to Leave his position with bookies saying there's a 63% implied probability that he is the next to go. Talk of a potential July General Election and a suspected Conservative Party defeat would signal the end of Sunak's reign as PM in the coming months and that puts him ahead of the Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu.

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Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu closely follows behind him in the betting market at 5/4

Benjamin Netanyahu is just behind Rishi Sunak in the betting market to leave next with bookies giving an implied probability of 44.4% that the Israeli Prime Minister leaves his role next.

Calls from the former US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that Benjamin Netanyahu should step down with Pelosi saying that Netanyahu should be to blame for failures surrounding the Hamas-led attack.

Pelosi told Ireland's RTE Six One News that the current Israeli Prime Minister is an obstacle to the two-state solution and that he should step down from his role but there has been no response to these calls yet.

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Sunak's Conservative Party are expected to be thrashed at the upcoming General Election

Betting odds are also offered on the UK General Election despite us not knowing the exact date when it will be held, although it is needed to be held by the end of January 2025.

Labour are the heavy favourites to win the General Election with bookies shortening their odds all the way down to 1/20 ahead of the Conservatives in the market.

Sunak's party are now out to 9/1 to win the Election with one of the biggest wins expected that we've ever seen with current polls suggesting a red wall across the UK.

Most Seats in General ElectionOddsProbability
Labour1/2095.2%
Conservatives9/110.0%
Reform UK33/12.9%
Liberal Democrats150/10.7%
Greens500/10.2%

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