Political Betting

Whether it’s Brexit, the election of Donald Trump, the next Labour Prime Minister, or the outcome of the next election, there has never been a time when politics is more visible in everyday life. Political betting is now a large and growing market as punters speculate using opinion polls and daily news events to forsee the big outcomes Check out our guide to the best sites for political betting, key topics, terms and things you should know….

Best Political Betting Sites

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As a special betting market, not all bookmakers offer odds on the big political events. As such there’s a small selection of bookmakers, above who can assist you if you want to wager on Brexit, Trump, Boris, or Corbyn.

Poltical Betting Markets

Brexit Betting Odds

Brexit is the political event of a generation. It has been hugely influential, and the 52%/48% vote in June 2016 sent shockwaves through the British political landscape. However, it’s still unclear if it will ever be delivered,, and if so, which version of Brexit which make it to the table.

You can currently get odds on

  • Article 50 to be revoked
  • a second EU Referendum
  • No deal Brexit

As well as other specials and variations on these outcomes. For those who follow and take an interest in politics, this could be a market worth considering.

Next Labour leader Odds

Jeremy Corbyn has been a leader that divides opinion, ever since his election to the leadership in 2015. There have been various threats to his his leadership, and the odds of another leader replacing him soon remain realistic. Bookmakers such as Skybet, William Hill, Ladbrokes and Betvictor all have books open on him to be replaced. Here are some of the contenders that you can get odds on to be his replacement:

  • Keir Starmer
  • Emily Thornberry
  • Angela Rayner
  • Rebecca Long-Bailey
  • John McDonnell
  • Tom Watson
  • Clive Lewis
  • Yvette Cooper
  • Lisa Nandy
  • Laura Pidcock
  • Jonathan Ashworth
  • Dan Carden
  • David Miliband
  • Andy Burnham

Next President Odds

Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States, has certainly been a controversial figure, and has staunchly loyal supporters, and equally strong opposition from Democrats, Progressive and Independents. A lot of pundits got it wrong in 2016 when they incorrectly predicted a victory for Hilary Clinton, the Democratic nominee for the role of President.

This time, the Democratic nominee is still in the Primary stage, and bookmakers are taking bets on who will be the nominee, and who will ultimately be voted in as President in November of 2020 next year. Trump is currently polling low with Independents and Democrats, but given that he surprised everyone in 2016, it would be foolish to write him off.