Bookies.com stated on Thursday, “The general election odds have been teetering back-and-forth all week, settling Thursday with both candidates dead even at the betting shops. That’s resulted in odds being cut on no overall majority, with odds shortening from 3/1 into 12/5. Also, if these were empirical data - that is, people are betting on which candidate or party would win in a given GRC/SMC, say, Ang Mo Kio, and the results were: PAP-79.4% , RP-20.6%. As political leaders focus on a final dash for votes ahead of Thursday's crucial general election, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is ahead at least in the betting odds game with a forecast of a majority for his Conservative Party. The gambler stands to win $230,000 if Labor wins next week. Latest general election 2019 odds from most seats to Boris Johnson losing his seat. So while I will refer to these figures as "bookie odds" or "bookie predictions" in no way am I asserting that these are actually predictions of bookies. Latest general election odds: Who the bookies predict will win - and there is a HUGE favourite. Singapore’s 13th general election will be held on July 10 following a campaign period with restrictions on mass events to manage risks from the coronavirus pandemic. A Conservative majority continues to drift here, moving out … Government after general election. “Micheál Martin became the favourite to be the Taoiseach after the next Irish general election after a strong showing from his party in the by-elections and on Tuesday morning, the Fianna Fáil leader was backed even further,” bookmaker Boylesports said, as they shortened his odds to 8/13. The parties and the candidates will be out in force for the remainder of the campaign trying to convince the electorate to cast ballots in their direction, but bookies' odds have already predicted some potential results. A Labour majority is still unlikely, priced at 33/1 to happen. The bookies say bets are pouring in on a Labour majority – but that doesn’t mean it’s a clever gamble. MP Damian Green has held the seat for 22 years since he was first voted in at the 1997 General Election and he's the odds-on favourite to retain his position this time around. In percentages, that’s a 2.9% chance. Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson face off in the race to become the next Prime Minister. Trump’s odds went down to -110 while Biden’s went up to -110 as the race is now a pick ‘em with oddsmakers.” The closest competitor is Labour's Dara Farrell, who is out at 50/1 in the betting, while Lib Dem are way back at 75/1 and the Green Party are extreme long-shots. After the bet was made, Ladbrokes tightened its odds on Labor from $1.23 to $1.18 … Two days out from polling day and the one thing on everyone's mind is the 2020 General Election -- but what are the most likely outcomes of Saturday's vote?