Money still strongly in favour of a Yes for SSM

Despite the 'no' side gaining some ground in the polls, punter support is still very much backing a 'yes' result.

Online bookmaker is reporting that 55% of the money placed so far is in favour of a  'yes' result at $1.38.

'No' is paying $3.00 but has attracted more individual bets than the 'yes' side.

"The money is tipping a 'yes' result but there is a long way to go before the November result,'' said's Will Byrne.

Market courtesy of

Postal Plebiscite Result

$1.38   Yes

$3.00   No

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