Politics General Election By Graham Sharpe

How Many Will Turn Out To Vote?

Between 65 and 70% of the electorate will turn out to vote on General Election day, May 7, believe bookmakers William Hill - who make that option their 5/4 favourite.

Hills offer 11/4 that the turnout will be over 70-75%; 3/1 Over 60-65%; 10/1 Over 75%; 11/1 55-60%; 20/1 Under 55%.

**Hills have cut the odds for a Hung Parliament to their shortest yet, in from 1/7 to 1/8.

Government as a reslt of Election: 7/4 Lab minority; 11/4 Con minority; 6/1 Con-LD coalition; 6/1 Con maj;13/2 Coalition involving SNP; 8/1 Lab-LD coalition; 16/1 Coalition involving Ukip; 20/1 Labour majority; 25/1 Coalition involving Greens; 25/1 Coalition involving DUP; 33/1 Con-Lab coalition; 200/1 Ukip maj; 1000/1 Lib Dem maj.

**Lib Dems in coalition after Election - 2/1 Yes; 4/11 No

PM as result of GE - 10/11 Cameron; 10/11 Miliband

Most Seats: 8/15 Conservatives; 6/4 Labour.

Two General Elections During 2015? 3/1