Prime Minister After General Election Odds

A bet on who will be the Prime Minister after the general election is as simple as it sound, whoever you think will be Prime Minister, you have a bet on, simple as that.

Where it gets tricky is when you get this bet mixed up a bet to win most seats in the general election, or a bet on an overall majority at the general election. These are totally different markets.

In the case of the 2015 general election, you might think that the Conservatives will win the most seats, but they might not win enough seats to make their leader – David Cameron – the Prime Minister. A coalition of Labour and another party might combine their seats and overtake the Conservative total, and that would then make Ed Miliband the Prime Minister after the general election, instead.

So as you can see from the above example, it is important not to assume that just because you might think the Conservatives will win the most seats, that David Cameron will definitely end up in Downing Street.

If you have want to place a bet on this market, we have a selection of bookmakers here you can use. All of these bookmakers have nice sign up bonuses and free bets if you use the links below to open your accounts with. They are as follows………

2015 Prime Minister After General Election Odds

The 2015 UK General Election officially started on Monday 30th March, with the General Election taking place on Thursday 7th March. Over the five and a half weeks of campaigning we will be keeping an eye on the odds for Prime Minister After General Election betting market, looking for any trends in the betting.

Tuesday 31st March – David Cameron 8/11 – Ed Miliband 23/20
Wednesday 1st April – David Cameron 8/11 – Ed Miliband 5/4
Sunday 5th April – David Cameron 8/13 – Ed Miliband 6/4
Tuesday 7th April – David Cameron 8/13 – Ed Miliband 11/8
Thursday 9th April – David Cameron 4/5 – Ed Miliband 5/4
Saturday 11th April – David Cameron 10/11 – Ed Miliband 11/10
Tuesday 14th April – David Cameron 5/6 – Ed Miliband 11/10
Thursday 16th April – David Cameron Evs – Ed Miliband 11/10
Wednesday 22nd April – David Cameron 11/8 – Ed Miliband 8/11
Tuesday 28th April – David Cameron 11/8 – Ed Miliband 4/6
Saturday 2nd May – David Cameron 11/10 – Ed Miliband 10/11
Monday 4th May – David Cameron Evs – Ed Miliband Evs
Wednesday 6th May – David Cameron Evs – Ed Miliband Evs

For more help and advice, visit our page on general election betting, where you will find more help and tips on betting on the 2015 UK general election.

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