USA Presidential Election: 2016 Odds

Hillary Clinton is the clear favorite to be the Democratic presidential nominee for 2016 while Jeb Bush is atop the odds to become the Republican presidential nominee on the updated election betting lines at online sportsbook Bovada.

Clinton sits atop the Democratic presidential nominee list at -700 odds at Bovada, putting her well ahead of the +700 Bernie Sanders on those betting props. Joe Biden is then at +1500, with Martin O'Malley at +2000, and Elizabeth Warren at +4000.

Bush is the 3/2 favorite on the odds to be the Republican nominee, with both Marco Rubio and Scott Walker at 7/2, and Rand Paul and Ben Carson at 8/1. Mike Huckabee sits at 12/1, ahead of Ted Cruz and Chris Christie at 15/1, and Donald Trump at 25/1.

2016 US Presidential Election - Democratic Presidential Nominee

Odds as of July 5 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -700
  • Bernie Sanders +700
  • Joe Biden +1500
  • Martin O'Malley +2000
  • Elizabeth Warren +4000
2016 US Presidential Election - Republican Presidential Nominee

Odds as of July 5 at Bovada

  • Jeb Bush 3/2
  • Marco Rubio 7/2
  • Scott Walker 7/2
  • Rand Paul 8/1
  • Ben Carson 8/1
  • Mike Huckabee 12/1
  • Ted Cruz 15/1
  • Chris Christie 15/1
  • Donald Trump 25/1
2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States

Odds as of July 5 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton 1/1
  • Jeb Bush 7/2
  • Marco Rubio 8/1
  • Scott Walker 9/1
  • Bernie Sanders 10/1
  • Rand Paul 25/1
  • Ben Carson 33/1
  • Chris Christie 33/1
  • John Kasich 33/1
  • Ted Cruz 33/1
  • Donald Trump 40/1
  • Jim Webb 40/1
  • Joe Biden 40/1
  • Martin O'Malley 40/1
  • Carly Fiorina 66/1
  • Elizabeth Warren 66/1
  • Mike Huckabee 66/1
  • Rick Perry 100/1
  • Bobby Jindal 150/1
  • Kirsten Gillibrand 150/1
  • Lindsey Graham 150/1
  • Michael Bloomberg 150/1
  • Paul Ryan 150/1
  • Rick Santorum 150/1
2016 US Presidential Election - Will there be a Clinton-Bush duel?

Odds as of July 5 at Bovada

  • Yes +145
  • No -190
2016 US Presidential Election - Winning Party

Odds as of July 5 at Bovada

  • Democratic Party -170
  • Republican Party +140
2016 US Presidential Election - Gender of Winner

Odds as of July 5 at Bovada

  • Male -130
  • Female -110
2016 US Presidential Election - Gender Balance on Democratic Ticket

Odds as of July 5 at Bovada

  • Female-Male -500
  • Male-Male +450
  • Female-Female +800
  • Male-Female +800
2016 US Presidential Election - Gender Balance on Republican Ticket

Odds as of July 5 at Bovada

  • Male-Male -333
  • Male-Female +200
  • Female-Male +1000
  • Female-Female +5000

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Hillary Clinton continues to sit as the clear favorite on the odds to become the next President of the United States in 2016 at the online sportsbooks, with Jeb Bush her closest competitor on those betting props.

At Bovada Clinton is the 1/1 favorite on the odds to become the President of the United States in 2016, with Bush behind her at 4/1 odds. Marco Rubio and Scott Walker are at 7/1 and 9/1 on those betting props, with Rand Paul back at 18/1 odds.

Donald Trump, once back at 150/1 on those betting lines, is now at 25/1 after his announcement that he plans on competing for the Republican nomination for President for 2016. Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz join Trump at 25/1 on those odds.

New Jersey governor Chris Christie is at 40/1 on the latest odds to win the 2016 US Presidential Election, with Vice President Joe Biden and senator Elizabeth Warren both at 50/1. Rick Perry holds down 75/1 odds, with Lindsey Graham and Mike Huckabee both longshots at 100/1.

The Democrats are then the -165 favorite over the +135 underdog Republicans on the winning party prop bet at Bovada, with 'male' the -135 favorite over +105 'female' on the wager asking what the gender of the new President of the United States will be in 2016.

2016 US Presidential Election - President of the USA

Odds as of June 30 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton 1/1
  • Jeb Bush 4/1
  • Marco Rubio 7/1
  • Scott Walker 9/1
  • Rand Paul 18/1
  • Bernie Sanders 25/1
  • Donald Trump 25/1
  • Ted Cruz 25/1
  • Ben Carson 33/1
  • John Kasich 33/1
  • Chris Christie 40/1
  • Carly Fiorina 50/1
  • Elizabeth Warren 50/1
  • Joe Biden 50/1
  • Martin OMalley 50/1
  • Rick Perry 75/1
  • Al Gore 100/1
  • Jim Webb 100/1
  • Lindsey Graham 100/1
  • Mike Huckabee 100/1
  • Andrew Cuomo 150/1
  • Bobby Jindal 150/1
  • Kirsten Gillibrand 150/1
  • Michael Bloomberg 150/1
  • Paul Ryan 150/1
  • Rick Santorum 150/1
  • Dan Bilzerian 1000/1
2016 US Presidential Election - Winning Party

Odds as of June 30 at Bovada

  • Democratic Party -165
  • Republican Party +135
2016 US Presidential Election - Gender of Winner

Odds as of June 30 at Bovada

  • Male -135
  • Female +105