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- Prediction markets. These markets present punters with a simple yes or no question. For example, will X still be President of the United States after a certain date?
- Political specials. These types of markets often present punters with a variety of novelty bets based around the actions of a politician or a political party.
- Election outrights. These markets are perhaps the most common to bet on. They are when a punter bets on which party or candidate will be the overall winner of an election.
- Overall majority. When it comes to the US and the UK, it is important to know the difference between an election winner and the person or party who wins a majority. A majority vote in either country doesn’t guarantee that that person wins the election. In fact, it is quite common for someone to get the majority of the vote and not actually end up winning.
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What is political betting?
Many bookmakers provide odds and betting markets for a number of political events.
You can bet on the outcome of the next UK General Election or US Presidential Election, and many online bookmakers now have odds for dozens of political events in the UK, United States and other nations around the world.
You can find odds on the next President of the United States of America, the next British Prime Minister, the next leader of the Conservatives or Labour party, plus you'll easily find odds for upcoming European Union MEP elections, local elections in the UK, and Election markets all over the world.
Simply put, if you have a view on the outcome of an upcoming election or major political event, you can legally bet it on it, and we'll tell you which betting sites have the best political betting odds and markets.
How do you bet on politics?
Placing a bet on a political market is easy. Providing you have found a bookmaker with political betting odds, simply navigate to their 'Politics' section to find the political betting market you are looking for and choose to view the available odds. Once you’ve made your decision, click or tap on that selection to add it to your betslip.
Who will win the next General Election?
You'll find the latest odds and Election betting news ahead of the next UK General Election on our website.
Labour have been out of power since 2010 and suffered a heavy defeat under Jeremy Corbyn in the 2019 general election.
Wanting to bet on Labour under Sir Kier Starmer? Or do you think the Conservatives will be able to make further headway in northern England and Scotland next time the UK goes to the polls?
Election odds are regularly changing, and you'll find daily - if not hourly - market movements in the hours and days up to the next UK Election.
When is the next General Election?
The next United Kingdom general election is scheduled to be held on Thursday, May 2nd 2024, in line with the Fixed-term Parliaments Act.
When is the next US Election?
The 2020 United States presidential election is scheduled for Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020.
Both the Republican Party and the Democratic Party nominated their respective presidential tickets at party conventions held in late August. Incumbent president Donald Trump is the Republican nominee, and had few opponents in the 2020 Republican Party presidential primaries. Joe Biden is the Democratic Party's nominee after securing a majority of delegates in the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries.
Who are the US Election Candidates?
Former Vice President Joe Biden is the Democratic nominee in the 2020 race. Incumbent president Donald Trump is the Republican nominee.
Who will win the US Election?
Polls and betting markets in recent weeks have suggested Joe Biden is favourite to win the 2020 US Election. We'll have updated US Election odds and news on these pages every day.