Denmark General Election 2018 Odds

Denmark General Election 2018The last prime minister in Denmark was elected in 2015, and now the time has come for the Monarch to appoint a newly elected politician that will preside over the cabinet of the Prime Minister. The current Prime Minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, runs the government with the majority parliamentary support of Venstre, with other political parties forming parts of the government such as the Conservative People’s Party, the Liberal Alliance and the Danish People’s Party.14

According to the bookies in the UK, Lars Løkke Rasmussen is not the favourite on these elections. The best odds go to Mette Frederiksen, his rival from the Social Democratic Party. Although Denmark is regarded as one of the most democratic and economically stable countries in Europe and the world, there are many issues to be worked out, so let us see what the bookies can offer regarding the favourites.


BetserBetser is one of the bigger players on the online sports betting market in the UK and wider. This bookie was born from the ashes of a former casino called Casino Heroes, and today besides sports betting, you can also play casino games at Betser.

As expected, Mette Frederiksen has the best odds according to Betser’s odds-makers to win the Prime Minister chair in 2018 standing at 4/7. Lars Lokke Rasmussen has double the odds standing at 9/4, but still far ahead than Kristian Jensen standing at 4/1. The list continues with the other candidates, but with very miniscule chances of winning. For example, the underdog Uffe Albaek has odds of 500/1. Imagine the pay out, but very unlikely to happen.

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The odds situation is practically the same at every online bookie. Frederiksen (4/7) has the lead before Rasmussen (9/4), with Jensen (4/1) trailing behind them as the third option and all the other candidates.

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Here too Lars Lokke Rasmussen (9/4) is at a disadvantage with worse odds than Mette Frederiksen (4/7), but better than Jensen (4/1). Rasmussen has had several scandals and controversies in his career in the past decade, where he was continuously accused of spending taxpayer money on himself and his family hence the worse odds.