Theresa May Still Big 1-4 Favorite to Win UK Election

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Jun/03/2017

Theresa May was coming in as the 1/4 favorite to win the upcoming UK election while Jeremy Corbyn was listed at 3/1.  Some reports have May losing ground and recent terrorist attacks, including an attack on the London Bridge Saturday night, could impact the elections as well. 

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May’s lead had fallen to just below one point by Saturday with the election to take place Thursday June 8.

The pollsters, though, indicated vastly different outcomes for May: ranging from a landslide majority of over 100 seats to a YouGov model which estimated that May would win 308 seats, too few for a majority in the 650-seat parliament.

Her party's lead over the opposition Labour Party was in a range of 1-12 percentage points, according to six polls published on Saturday. Four showed her lead narrowing, one showed her lead unchanged and one, ORB, showed it widening to 9 points.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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