With just a few days until the polling stations open for the 2016 EU Referendum, we've looked at the past 24 hours as well as the past seven days, to see what Oddschecker users are backing and how confident they are in their chosen outcome.

Over the last 24 hours, 80.3% of total money staked has been on remain, a large increase that has meant betting volumes have for the first time evened out to around a 50-50 split overall.

In total, there has been a 32% rise in the total money staked through Oddschecker this week with an increase in individual bets showing an average stake for remain at £299, five times higher than the average stake on leave.

This trend is also reflected in the highest single amount wagered on each result, remain being over £4000 compared to a peak of £1000 on leave.

Combining the fact remain is the most popular bet with the figures that show those betting on it are far more willing to back the result with large sums of money, it appears the referendum has never looked so one-sided from a betting perspective.
Remain - 1pt @ 2/7