A Bet On The Green Party In New Zealand Tempts The Brave
Posted: October 6, 2020
Updated: October 6, 2020
Popular PM Jacinda Ardern Nears Her Re-Election
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Sure, a bet on sports in New Zealand is more common. Kiwis are far more likely to have bet on Rugby or bet on Cricket than bet on politics. This isn’t only because Jacinda Ardern simply couldn’t lose this election if she tried. It’s more that recent events have dominated the frontlines of political debate. However, there is a back story to all this, and people are starting to figure it out. That’s why we take a look at a bet on the Green Party in New Zealand this coming election.
In these days of the crisis, many people look at New Zealand with rose-tinted spectacles. They see the sweeping vistas in Lord of the Rings, take one look at Jacinda Ardern, and think it must be paradise. Naturally enough, it isn’t. Nowhere is. The Kiwis, like everyone else, have issues. The mainstream parties are, of course, meeting the most immediate challenges head-on. However, there are more long term issues, which is why a bet on the Green Party in New Zealand is so interesting.
Sure, you shouldn’t run off to online bookmakers in New Zealand to wager they’ll win power. They won’t, but a bet on how many seats the Green Party win is very tempting. Indeed, in some ways, this makes up for the certainty that Jacinda Ardern and the Labour Party will win re-election. They’re doing so well in the polls that they barely get 1/20 at online sportsbook sites in New Zealand like Bet365. A bet on the Green Party in New Zealand gets far longer odds.
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Still, if there’s one thing 2020 has taught us, it is that whilst mankind causes many of its own disasters, mother nature still likes to thrust her oar in from time to time. You can bet on the National Party to bemoan the gang and drug problems, for instance, but is that the priority now? You can bet on the Labour Party to disagree. Both have short term goals making for short-sighted approaches. Want to bet on the Green Party in New Zealand not looking a little further ahead?
Bet On NZ Election Winner
- Any Other Party – 25/1+
- National Party – 8/1
- Labour Party – 1/20
- More odds at bet365…
A bet on the Green Party in New Zealand then is a wager that people are a little more aware now. The planet has, with some batty assistance, just reached out and killed lots of us. Our world has been irrevocably changed by what has happened. It’s hard not to have a different perspective. That’s why online betting sites in New Zealand like Bet365 offer a chance to wager on their seat count. This could be the start of an inexorable trickling shift toward the green agenda.
Bet On The Green Party In New Zealand Winning More Seats
So, because the odds on Jacinda Ardern are horribly short, a bet on the Green Party in New Zealand is more tempting. At 10/3 they get more than 11 seats, it’s a possible earner. Even if you think they’ll only make between six and ten seats you can still get 4/6. That’s delicious compared to the 8/1 odds on the National Party to win power. However, should you really bet the crisis raised awareness of green issues? Will people blame nature or our interaction with it when they vote?
Bet On Green Party Total
- 0-5 Seats – 19/10
- 11+ Seats – 10/3
- 6-10 Seats – 4/6
- More odds at bet365…
One thing is for certain, 2020 is massively unpredictable. Sure, you can bet on Jacinda Ardern to be PM, the odds on Labour are secure. That’s in the bag. However, beyond that, it’s all a bit of crapshoot. That bet on the Green Party in New Zealand to do better than ever seems reasonable under the circumstances. People are thinking more now, and more long term. This will be one of the few chances to take advantage of New Zealand gambling laws and actually win from it.
We take a look at why a bet on the Green Party in New Zealand isn’t quite as insane as it looks at first sight.