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Election 2015: Flurry of voters sees turnout odds tumble

| 07.05.2015

Reports are circulating that the 2015 UK General Election is likely to witness a higher than expected turnout. 

That’s prompted Ladbrokes to cut the odds on between 70% – 75% of voters going to the polls to 2/1, from 3/1.

And it appears that Britons have flocked to the polls in large numbers as the closest General Election campaign for a generation nears its conclusion.

Euronews led with a ‘record turnout’ story earlier this afternoon while The Hindu are reporting that voter turnout ‘is likely to be 74%’. Turnout in the 2010 General Election was 65.1%.

Polls close at 22:00 UK time with a snap exit poll expected shortly after.

The Conservatives are currently 2/9 to win most seats and 1/5 to win the most votes with current incumbent David Cameron a 4/5 shot to be the Prime Minister on July 1.

Here’s a flavour of how Election fever has swept a nation:



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William Geldart

William contributed to a number of online football blogs before finally finding his pot of gold at the end of the rainbow alongside the rest of the Ladbrokes News team. Now indulging passions for football, horse racing, greyhounds, boxing and political betting. Supports Wycombe Wanderers and can be spotted at various lower league and non-league grounds across the country.