General election tracker: Interactive map shows comfortable Tory majority as YouGov poll predicts
The party are put to get a majority in the House of Commons, according to the bookmaker odds.
Oddschecker’s projections are still suggesting that the Tories are available for seats after the election on December 12th, that will be a majority of 25 seats.
In terms of Labour, our data demonstrates that Jeremy Corbyn’s party are put to scoop chairs to the polls following the country go.
SNP are available for 45 chairs the second most popular party being favorite in 23 constituencies.
The Tories are all favorites to win the seats following December 12th.
If you fancy that the upset, Labour have been nibbled into 14/1, along with the Liberal Democrats are some way off the pace at 200/1 for seats.
Concerning the all-important majority, our forecasts are predicting that a 66.7% chance that the Tories hold you, with no overall bulk a competitive cost of 5/2.
Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson:”The country awakened this afternoon to damning YouGov study, which is signaling that the Tory party are put to run this election.
“But there are a few disagreements between our study and that of YouGov, with our information forecasting 351 seats for the Tories, compared to the 359 called by the MRP poll.”