Politics By Jon Ivan-Duke

Grexit: Betting Suggests Greece Will Vote Yes

The betting with Britain’s biggest bookmaker, William Hill, suggests Sunday’s Greek referendum will see a ‘Yes’ vote to accept the bailout measures put forward by the EU. 

The odds have lengthened for the ‘No’ vote, which is now 13/8 from 6/4, while the ‘Yes’ vote is 4/9 from 1/2 – in other words, the ‘Yes’ vote is looking increasingly likely to succeed.

“The betting indicates that Greece is likely to vote ‘Yes’, but whatever the outcome of the referendum there is a long and hard road for the Greek population,” said William Hill spokesman Jon Ivan-Duke.

Greece are currently 1/3 to be the first country to leave the EU and William Hill offer 4/6 that the Greek PM, Alexis Tsiparas leaves his post before the end of the year.


What will the outcome of the Greek referendum be to the proposals made by the EU, the IMF and ECB?  

4/9 Greece To Vote Yes to Bailout Plan

13/8 Greece To Vote No to Bailout Plan


What Country Will Be The First To Leave The European Union? 1/3 Greece, 4/1 United Kingdom, 12/1 Hungary, 14/1 Cyprus, 16/1 Italy, 16/1 Spain, 20/1 Latvia, 25/1 Czech Republic, 33/1 Austria, 33/1 Denmark, 40/1 Ireland, 66/1 Finland, 66/1 France, 66/1 Sweden.

Will The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsiparas will stand down from the role during 2015: 4/6 Yes, 11/10 No.

Greece To Leave The Eurozone In 2015: 1/6 No, 7/2 Yes