Thank you for signing up. 

We've sent you an email. Please click on the link to verify your address.

Win big with FREE Tips from our experts

Get our professional tips mailed direct

General Election turnout: Odds suggests low turnout for tomorrow's UK Election

Bookmakers are experiencing huge betting interest in the General Election, but one firm are just 2/1 that voter turnout is the lowest since the Second World War.

William Hill are predicting that more than £25million could be wagered on tomorrow's Election, but are offering just 2/1 at time of writing that the turnout is lower than the than 59.4% in 2001.

Voter turnout for the last general election in 2015 was 66.1%.

William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly said: "The reaction up and down the country has been similar to that of Brenda from Bristol and it is a very short price that voter turnout is the lowest in 77 years. That said, turnover could once again break political betting records.

"The Tories are such a short price that it would be no surprise to see some big political punters come out to play over the course of the next seven weeks.”

It's just 1/4 with the same firm that the Conservatives win with a majority, with a Labour majority available at 10/1.

Latest General Election betting from William Hill:

1/4 Conservative majority; 7/2 No overall majority; 10/1 Labour majority; 250/1 Liberal Democrat majority; 500/1 UKIP majority

Most seats: 1/12 Conservative; 6/1 Labour; 500/1 Liberal Democrat; 1000/1 Greens; 1000/1 UKIP

Odds correct at time of writing


Bonus Bets United States
Change Location

Share this with your friends

To:
From:
Your comments:

General Election turnout: Odds suggests low turnout for tomorrow's UK Election

Bookmakers are experiencing huge betting interest in the General Election, but one firm are just 2/1 that voter turnout is the lowest since the Second World War.

Read more »

You have unread messages

You have unread messages