bet on politics

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. ... read more

Nowadays, modern bookmakers offer bets on absolutely all more or less significant and interesting events. And it’s not just about sports events. Culture and politics also do not escape the attention of online sportsbooks. Although political events in the betting world may not be that popular, they are great for long-term betting. Do you want to learn more about it? Then read our article to find out how to make money on political bets.  ... read more

Jacinda Ardern still leads the New Zealand election odds comfortably. The bookies have priced the Labour Party as a 1/14 shoo-in. The delay to the actual election seems immaterial. However as the public health crisis quite rightly takes priority, the Kiwis now have other issues. Those who like a bet on sports in New Zealand on Bet365 probably have nothing to worry about. Those who gamble on the stock market, however, have problems. Problems that could get far, far worse.  ... read more

After the hard-hitting, slick, and celebrity-studded Democratic National Convention the GOP needed to strike back. As the Republican National Convention got underway, however, it became clear this was not going to happen. Those who have bet on politics at online betting sites in the US like Bovada need not worry. This isn’t going to change the 2020 US election odds one iota. Well, unless the obvious breaking of the Hatch Act brings down the party before November. ... read more

There are UK gambling laws preventing wagers on human suffering. It thus says much when bookies start to allow you to bet on world leaders losing their job. Apparently they’re not going to suffer much once out the door. So morally, there’s no real problem with this. It’s like any bet on politics, best if you don’t look at the knock-on effects. So which nations’ leaders do the bookies think are in danger of being on the dole queue? And what odds are they getting? Let’s see.   ... read more

At the last Scottish election in 2016, the ruling Scottish National Party (SNP) lost their parliamentary majority but were able to continue governing under Nicola Sturgeon as a minority government. Next Scottish First Minister odds consider who, if anyone, will replace Nicola Sturgeon in 2021. ... read more

Party membership of the Scottish Green party increased dramatically following the Scottish independence referendum in 2014, during which leading members of the Party actively supported the Yes Scotland campaign. Established to promote the vote for independence, only a minority of Greens opposed it. And bet on the Scottish Green Party odds show voters likely to prioritise indyref 2 over green politics in 2021. ... read more

In 2020, Conor McGregor announced that he was retiring from professional sport. Like other former athletes, the MMA fighter can continue to be heard in other fields like politics, coaching, or business. Check the newest Conor McGregor special bets at 1xBET to see what he can do apart from fighting. ... read more

The Irish Green Party Elections 2020 are expected to be held soon. It could probably be in July 2020. Bet on the next Irish Green Party Leader is up on the sportsbook site in Ireland. Deputy Green Party leader Catherine Martin has declared her intention to run for the leadership of the party. She has recently confirmed that she will contest against Eamon Ryan. Let’s have a look at the contestants and their odds of winning the election. ... read more