Portsmouth North Constituency Betting Odds: Latest polls suggest that Penny Mordaunt will hold onto Portsmouth North seat with Conservatives now odds-on with bookies!

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Penny Mordaunt is expected to secure her Portsmouth North seat once again at the General Election with the latest odds putting Conservatives as odds-on favourites

Portsmouth North Constituency Betting Odds: Latest polls suggest that Penny Mordaunt will hold onto Portsmouth North seat with Conservatives now odds-on with bookies!

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  • Conservatives are now odds-on to hold the Portsmouth North seat with bookies changing round the market
  • Latest polling figures suggest a 4.09% majority for the Conservatives in the Portsmouth North constituency
  • Labour are the clear favourites to win the General Election in July

Conservatives are now odds-on to hold the Portsmouth North seat with bookies changing round the market

Betting is now open on how the UK's local constituencies will vote at the General Election next month with Portsmouth North one of several that are extremely close in the betting odds.

Bookies have made the Conservatives favourites to win the seat once again thanks to a mixture of local councillors backing the party and latest polls putting them in the lead.

Leader of the House of Commons Penny Mordaunt is the MP for Portsmouth North having been voted in all the way back in 2010 and she's stayed in that position ever since.

The latest odds put Mordaunt as the favourite to win it once again with Bet365's latest betting market putting her at 8/11 to win the seat for a fifth consecutive time.

Portsmouth North Constituency Winner
OddsProbability
Conservative8/1157.9%
Labour1/150.0%
Reform25/13.8%
Liberal Democrats100/11.0%
Green125/10.8%

Latest polling figures suggest a 4.09% majority for the Conservatives in the Portsmouth North constituency

Polling figures have been posted by UK Polling Report on X on Thursday with their figures from the UKPR Default putting Mordaunt in the lead in the latest polls.

Those latest figures give Mordaunt a 4.09% majority ahead of Labour who are only slightly behind but as always these polls can be taken with a pinch of salt.

This will be a big reason though why Conservatives have moved from odds-against to odds-on in the betting market to hold the Portsmouth North seat at the upcoming election.

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Labour are the clear favourites to win the General Election in July

Labour remain the big favourites to win the upcoming General Election with their odds not changing in recent weeks to win at the polls on 4 July.

The latest odds put them well ahead in the betting market above the Tories with an 88% difference in implied probability given of winning judging by the latest odds.

Sir Keir Starmer will be hoping that his party steam-rolls the opposition at the polls in July with a massive win expected according to various reports.

UK General Election WinnerOddsProbability
Labour1/3397.1%
Conservative10/19.1%
Reform UK33/12.9%
Liberal Democrat200/10.5%
Greens500/10.2%

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