General Election Betting Odds 2024: Who will be next in Number 10?

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General Election Betting Odds 2024: Who will be next in Number 10?

 

Rishi Sunak announced last month that there will be a general election on 4th July 2024 and Keir Starmer is firm favourite to replace the current PM in 10 Downing Street.

 

Update: 13.06.24

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has just released the Tory manifesto but what implications does it have for the chances of the Conservatives in the general election on July 4th?

 

Clear Plan

Rishi Sunak unveiled the Conservative manifesto earlier this week and it outlines the policies that the Tories would implement should they cause a shock at the polling stations and win the general election. Sunak is desperate to turn the tide on what has been a huge increase in support for the Labour party over recent months and the manifesto carried the slogan ‘Clear Plan, Bold Action, Secure Future’.

Other Changes

The Conservatives have also outlined other changes they would make were they to remain in power, such as implementing national service, taking 2p off National Insurance, increasing nursing staff at the NHS and boosting spending on defence. With the Labour party on the verge of winning one of the biggest majorities in recent years, is the Tory manifesto helping Sunak’s chances on July 4th?

Deaf Ears

All things considered, the manifesto appears to have made little impact on the chances of the Conservatives remaining in power next month and they remain priced at best odds of 66/1 to win an overall majority, a perceived chance of just 1.5%. Labour are a 1/16 chance to win a majority and as such, it appears as though the promises outlined in the Tory manifesto have fallen very much on deaf ears.

 

Overall Majority

1/16 –  Labour

14/1 –  No Majority

66/1 –  Conservative Majority

250/1 – Reform UK Majority

 

Most Seats at General Election Best Odds

1/50 –  Labour

33/1 –  Conservative

100/1 – Reform UK

500/1 – Liberal Democrats

 

Government after General Election Best Odds

1/16  –  Labour Majority

33/1 –  Labour Minority

33/1 –  Labour-Lib Dem-SNP-Green Coalition

40/1 –  Labour-Lib Dem Coalition

66/1 –  Conservative Majority

80/1 –  Conservative Minority

100/1 – Labour-Lib Dem-Green Coalition

100/1 – Conservative-Reform UK Coalition

250/1 –  Labour-Lib Dem-SNP Coalition

 


 

23.05.24

General election is just six weeks’ time

Rishi Sunak has decided upon a general election which will take place in just six weeks’ time, the PM stating that he is “doing what is right for our country”. Sunak made it clear that he has been successful in tackling immigration, which is falling despite what the media are saying, while he reiterated his intention to ensure that smoking becomes a thing of the past in the years ahead.

 

Massive favourite to become the next Prime Minister

Nevertheless, it appears that the country are looking for a change in government and for that reason, Keir Starmer is massive favourite to become the next Prime Minister of the UK at a best price of just 1/9 (lowest odds 1/50). Throughout yesterday, the leading UK bookmakers had been busy slashing the odds on there being a general election between July and September and the response from 10 Downing Street was that there would be one in the second half of 2024, something which the government had committed to.

 

Closed betting on a 2024 exit date for the Prime Minister

The bookies have closed the betting on a 2024 exit date for the Prime Minister with Rishi Sunak out at 8/1 to retain his position (an implied chance of just under 13%).

 

Next Prime Minister Best Odds

1/9  –  Keir Starmer

8/1  –  Rishi Sunak

25/1 –  Penny Mordaunt

 

Most Seats at General Election Best Odds

1/8  –  Labour

14/1 –  Conservative

150/1 – Reform UK

500/1 – Liberal Democrats

 

Government after General Election Best Odds

1/6  –  Labour Majority

14/1 –  Labour Minority

20/1 –  Labour-Lib Dem Coalition

25/1 –  Conservative Majority

25/1 –  Conservative Minority

50/1 –  Conservative-Reform UK Coalition

50/1 –  Labour-SNP Coalition