Politics By Graham Sharpe

'Yes' Vote Attracts Late Support

LATE SUPPORT FOR 'YES' VOTE, SAY BOOKIES

WILLIAM HILL have cut their odds for a 'Yes' vote in the Referendum from 3/1 to 11/4, but 'No' remains odds-on favourite, albeit slightly lengthened from 2/9 to 1/4. 'It seems that every time we offer 'Yes' at 3/1or bigger we see a jump in business from average stakes customers, but if we lengthen 'No' too far, the high-rolling clients take an interest! We're currently looking at a six figure loss if No wins and a six figure profit if Yes prevails' said William Hill spokesman Graham Sharpe.

THE TURNOUT of voters for the Scottish Referendum will be between 80.01-85%, and 'No' will win with between 50.01 and 55% of the votes received, predict bookmakers William Hill.

Hills say the Referendum is already the biggest political betting event of all time, having produced over £2,000,000 of bets for the company.

Hills make 80.01-85% their 9/4 favourite to be the percentage turnout of voters; with the 'No' vote 10/11 to poll 50.01-55% of votes cast, while Yes is 10/11 to collect 45.01-50%.

WILLIAM HILL...SCOTTISH REFERENDUM....1/ 4 NO; 11/4 YES

%AGE TURNOUT OF VOTERS.....9/4- 80.01-85%; 5/2- 75.01-80%; 10/3- 85.01-90%; 9/2- 70.01-75%; 10/1- 65.01-70%; 10/1- 90.01-95%.

%AGE OF VOTES POLLED BY NO......10/11- 50.01-55%; 11/4- 55.01- 60%; 7/2- 45.01-50%; 9/1- 60.01-65%; 10/1- 40.01-45%; 14/1- 35.01-40%

%AGE OF VOTES POLLED BY YES......10/11- 45.01-50%; 11/4- 40.01-45%; 7/2- 50.01-55%; 9/1 35.01-40%; 10/1- 55.01-60%; 14/1- 60.01-65%

GENERAL ELECTION TO BE DELAYED UNTIL 2016.....6/1

DAVID CAMERON TO STAND DOWN BEFORE GENERAL ELECTION...6/1

SCOTTISH CURRENCY IN EVENT OF INDEPENDENCE..1/2 Sterling; 3/1 Euro; 5/1 Own new currency.

 

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