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USA Presidential Election: 2016 Odds

Between the coin flips and surprising surges, the Iowa Caucus had a massive impact in the standings and betting odds for Presidential nominations and eventual POTUS. For the first time since odds were posted, Hillary Clinton is not an odds-on favorite to become the next President, though she is still EVEN money, and Marco Rubio is becoming a big favorite to attain the Republican nom.

Clinton and Bernie Sanders had a ‘virtual tie’ in the Democratic caucuses with several coin flips ultimately determining who won (and yes, coin flips are the official party rules for ties). With Sanders closing the gap on the odds front over the past few months, Bovada has maintained the odds for the Democratic nom at Clinton -400 and Sanders +250, as they were heading into the caucus.

The Republican Party may have been even more intriguing than the Democrats in Iowa. Despite Ted Cruz having the strongest showing and placing first in the polls, the Senator from Texas is still behind Rubio and Donald Trump. The Iowa Caucus has always tended to lean towards the evangelical candidates with Rick Santorum and Mike Huckabee winning the spot for the Republicans the last two occasions, which also showed up with Cruz’ win. Rubio had a stronger showing than many expected and that has thrust him into the -150 fave to get the nom for the party.

Clinton had been the odds-on favorite to win the presidency ever since Joe Biden officially announced he would not be running, but the Iowa Caucus had pushed her into the plus-money for the first time in months. The former Secretary of State is now EVEN to move into the White House with Rubio in second at +240 a day before the New Hampshire Primary. 

New Hampshire Primary

With less than one week until the New Hampshire primary, candidates had no time to fully absorb the Iowa Caucus. With Sanders riding a huge wave of momentum, especially with young voters, he is a massive -2500 favorite to win the Democratic New Hampshire Primary.

Despite a second place finish in Iowa, Donald Trump is the favorite to win in New Hampshire for the Republicans. Rubio remains the lone candidate close to Trump according to Bovada with no other candidates listed better than +1000.

2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States

Odds as of February 8 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton EVEN
  • Marco Rubio +240
  • Bernie Sanders +400
  • Donald Trump +500
  • Ted Cruz +1400
  • Michael Bloomberg +4000
  • Jeb Bush +5000
  • John Kasich +7500
  • Chris Christie +10000
2016 US Presidential Election – Democratic Presidential Nominee

Odds as of February 8 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -400
  • Bernie Sanders +250
2016 US Presidential Election – Republican Presidential Nominee

Odds as of February 8 at Bovada

  • Marco Rubio -150
  • Donald Trump +160
  • Ted Cruz +700
  • Jeb Bush +2500
  • John Kasich +3300
  • Chris Christie +6600
Who Will Win the Democratic New Hampshire Primary?

Odds as of February 3 at Bovada

  • Bernie Sanders -2500
  • Hilary Clinton +1000
Who Will Win the Republican New Hampshire Primary?

Odds as of February 3 at Bovada

  • Donald Trump -400
  • Marco Rubio +300
  • John Kasich +1000
  • Ted Cruz +1000
  • Jeb Bush +3300
  • Chris Christie +3300

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Note: With the Iowa Caucus over and several candidates dropping out of the running, we are waiting on updated lines to be posted. We will update this article as soon as new official lines hit the boards.

Bernie Sanders has been a distant second in the Democratic Nomination race for as long as there have been odds posted. However, with recent polls out of Iowa showing that Sanders holds an eight-point lead in the state, books are starting to feel the burn of money coming in on the Vermont Senator.

At one point Sanders was a +1000 underdog to secure the Democratic nomination, but has since climbed up to +250 at Bovada. With Sanders making huge gains, Hilary Clinton has seen her odds plummet down to -400 after being as high as -2000.

Clinton has also seen her odds to become the next POTUS fall and now sits at EVEN money. The former Secretary of State has been the odds-on favorite to move into the White House since the numbers have been posted.

On the Republican side, Donald Trump has grabbed a firm grasp on the lead and is now the -230 favorite to be the nominee. The same poll that showed large growth for Sanders, has Trump holding an 11-point lead over second-place Marco Rubio. 

February 1 will see the Iowa Caucus take place, the first occasion in which the public will actually have a say. Expect a lot of movement in these odds come February 2, so if there is anyone you are confident in, make sure to get on it early.

2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States

Odds as of February 1 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton EVEN
  • Donald Trump +190
  • Bernie Sanders +350
  • Marco Rubio +1000
  • Ted Cruz +2000
  • Jeb Bush +2800
  • Chris Christie +7500
  • John Kasich +7500
  • Carly Fiorina +30000
  • Ben Carson +30000
2016 US Presidential Election – Democratic Presidential Nominee

Odds as of February 1 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -400
  • Bernie Sanders +250
2016 US Presidential Election – Republican Presidential Nominee

Odds as of February 1 at Bovada

  • Donald Trump -230
  • Marco Rubio +225
  • Ted Cruz +1000
  • Jeb Bush +1400
  • Chris Christie +4000
  • John Kasich +4000
  • Paul Ryan +15000
  • Ben Carson +15000
  • Carly Fiorina +20000

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After the final debates ahead of the Iowa Caucus, Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton have maintained their leads to likely win their respective parties nomination. Trump and Marco Rubio have been jockeying for position atop the odds for the past two months, but Trump expanded a lead after the Republican debate. Clinton has firmly been the odds-on favorite to win the Democratic nomination ever since announcing her intention to run and the latest debate did nothing to change that.

Verbal jabs between Trump and Ted Cruz dictated the final Republican debate before the Iowa Caucus. However, Marco Rubio remained in the background for most of the night, which helped Trump move to a +125 favorite to win the Republican nomination.

The Democratic debate featured two very different approaches. Clinton tied herself tightly to Barack Obama and the party’s values over the past eight years. Bernie Sanders was vocal and mad as he called the current political system “corrupt”. Sanders has been making gains in the odds as he has shifted from +1000 at the start of December to +350 to win the Democratic nomination following the debate.

Clinton remains the odds-on favorite to become the next President, something she has firmly held since Joe Biden officially announced he would not run for the Democratic nomination.

2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States

Odds as of January 19 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -110
  • Donald Trump +250
  • Bernie Sanders +500
  • Marco Rubio +1000
  • Ted Cruz +1200
  • Jeb Bush +3300
  • Chris Christie +4000
  • Ben Carson +12500
  • John Kasich +12500
  • Carly Fiorina +12500
2016 US Presidential Election – Democratic Presidential Nominee

Odds as of January 19 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -700
  • Bernie Sanders +350
2016 US Presidential Election – Republican Presidential Nominee

Odds as of January 19 at Bovada

  • Donald Trump +125
  • Marco Rubio +250
  • Ted Cruz +350
  • Jeb Bush +1200
  • Chris Christie +1200
  • Carly Fiorina +5000
  • Ben Carson +6600
  • John Kasich +6600

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The Iowa caucus is quickly approaching and there are still many questions to be answered, especially around the Republican Party. With the Republican nomination, it's anyone's guess. The favorite to win the coveted honor continues to flip back-and-forth between Donald Trump and Marco Rubio.

Trump and Rubio have traded the top odds to win the Republican nomination three times in January so far, with Trump currently sitting at +150 and Rubio at +200 per Bovada.

The rest of the Republican field has yet to see their odds shift since the start of the New Year, but that could change as the Republican candidates will debate once more before the Iowa caucus on January 14.

Hilary Clinton remains the odds-on favorite to win the Democratic nomination and to become the next President. 

2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States

Odds as of January 14 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -110
  • Donald Trump +260
  • Bernie Sanders +500
  • Marco Rubio +1000
  • Ted Cruz +1400
  • Jeb Bush +3300
  • Chris Christie +3300
  • Ben Carson +10000
  • John Kasich +15000
  • Carly Fiorina +20000
2016 US Presidential Election – Democratic Presidential Nominee

Odds as of January 14 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -800
  • Bernie Sanders +400
2016 US Presidential Election – Republican Presidential Nominee

Odds as of January 14 at Bovada

  • Donald Trump +150
  • Marco Rubio +200
  • Ted Cruz +325
  • Jeb Bush +800
  • Chris Christie +1200
  • Ben Carson +5000
  • John Kasich +7500
  • Carly Fiorina +10000

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With the Iowa caucus less than a month away, the Republican Presidential nomination is still a complete crapshoot. Donald Trump has seen a surge in the odds as the divisive candidate was listed at +300, behind Marco Rubio, on November 19, but has since climbed to a +150 favorite to win the Republican nomination according to Bovada.

Rubio has been slipping on the board as he has fallen both in the odds to win the Republican nomination and the Presidency. Aside from Rubio and Trump, there has been little movement early in 2016 as the Iowa caucus nears.

The Iowa caucus gives the public their first chance to voice their opinions during this long process. A strong surge in support for any candidate could greatly sway the lines before the second caucus happens just a week later in New Hampshire. The space between the first two caucuses could offer some intriguing value to bettors, as the Iowa caucus has been hit-or-miss in predicting the next POTUS.

If the Iowa caucus was always right than we would have had Rick Santorum, John Kerry and Bob Dole in the White House.

2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States

Odds as of January 5 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -150
  • Donald Trump +500
  • Maco Rubio +750
  • Bernie Sanders +750
  • Ted Cruz +1000
  • Jeb Bush +2500
  • Chris Christie +2500
  • Ben Carson +10000
  • John Kasich +15000
  • Carly Fiorina +15000
2016 US Presidential Election – Democratic Presidential Nominee

Odds as of January 5 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -1200
  • Bernie Sanders +600
2016 US Presidential Election – Republican Presidential Nominee

Odds as of January 5 at Bovada

  • Donald Trump +150
  • Marco Rubio +225
  • Ted Cruz +290
  • Jeb Bush +800
  • Chris Christie +1200
  • Ben Carson +5000
  • John Kasich +7500
  • Carly Fiorina +8000

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The 2015 U.S. Political year ended when the Democrats had their third debate of the year on December 19. Bernie Sanders did his best to narrow the gap between himself and Hillary Clinton, with many saying Senator from Vermont won the debate, but the odds are still heavily in the former Secretary of State’s favor.

Clinton is a massive -1000 favorite to win the Democratic nomination with Sanders listed at +500 according to Bovada.

Despite appearing at the debate, Martin O’Malley has been taken off the board at Bovada. That likely has something to do with the fact that most people have no damn clue who he is.

Clinton’s odds to win the Presidency remained at -140 after the debate but potential Republican nominees have seen their odds fluctuate slightly. Marco Rubio was +400 as of December 17, but fell to +550. Donald Trump has surpassed Rubio, with the polarizing figure (the nice way to say it) shifting from +650 to +500.

2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States

Odds as of December 28 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -140
  • Donald Trump +500
  • Maco Rubio +550
  • Bernie Sanders +700
  • Ted Cruz +1000
  • Jeb Bush +2000
  • Chris Christie +2800
  • Ben Carson +10000
  • John Kasich +12500
  • Carly Fiorina +15000
2016 US Presidential Election – Democratic Presidential Nominee

Odds as of December 28 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -1000
  • Bernie Sanders +500
2016 US Presidential Election – Republican Presidential Nominee

Odds as of December 28 at Bovada

  • Marco Rubio +180
  • Donald Trump +180
  • Ted Cruz +290
  • Jeb Bush +800
  • Chris Christie +1200
  • Ben Carson +5000
  • John Kasich +6600
  • Carly Fiorina +10000
2016 US Presidential Election – Party to Win 2016 U.S. Election

Odds as of December 28 at Bovada

  • Democratic Party -145
  • Republican Party +115

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The December 15 Republican Debate may have been the most divisive among pundits, with seemingly no one candidate winning. Due to the lack of standout candidate from the debate, the odds to win the Republican nomination have seen no movement. Marco Rubio remains the favorite to win the nomination with Bovada pegging the Florida Senator at +130 to run for President.

Despite the lack of odds movement there were some notable exchanges that could affect the outcome of the process. Jeb Bush, who was polling at three percent, managed to attack and frustrate Donald Trump on several occasions. Rubio and Texas Senator Ted Cruz also offered several sparring matches and appeared to show the best debating skills of the group.

Oh yeah...John Kaish continued to look completely irrelevant.

The odds to become the next POTUS have only seen minimal movement with Rubio dropping from +350 on the day of December 15 to +400 two days later. The major fall went to Ben Carson, who struggled with foreign security issues, as he fell from +5000 to +7500 to win the presidency.

Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton remains the odds-on favorite to live in the White House next, with the party’s nomination nearly sewed up by the former Secretary of State.

2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States

Odds as of December 17 at Bovada

  • Hilllary Clinton -140
  • Marco Rubio +400
  • Donald Trump +650
  • Ted Cruz +1000
  • Bernie Sanders +1500
  • Jeb Bush +1800
  • Chris Christie +3000
  • Ben Carson +7500
  • John Kasich +10000
  • Carly Fiorina +10000
2016 US Presidential Election – Democratic Presidential Nominee

Odds as of December 17 at Bovada

  • Hilllary Clinton -2000
  • Bernie Sanders +800
  • Martin O’Malley +10000
2016 US Presidential Election – Republican Presidential Nominee

Odds as of December 17 at Bovada

  • Marco Rubio +130
  • Donald Trump +250
  • Ted Cruz +400
  • Jeb Bush +800
  • Chris Christie +1600
  • Ben Carson +3000
  • John Kasich +5500
  • Carly Fiorina +5500
2016 US Presidential Election – Party to Win 2016 U.S. Election

Odds as of December 17 at Bovada

  • Democratic Party -150
  • Republican Party +120

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Despite critics seemingly multiplying by the day, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump seems to be getting support within the party. A poll conducted by CBS found that 35 percent of Republican primary voters support Trump, up 13 points from a poll in October.

It's important to take these numbers with an extra large grain of salt as they were conducted before Trump’s remarks about banning Muslims from entering America.   

With the public souring on Trump, the odds as to who will win the Republican nomination for President are becoming tighter than they have been on the election trail so far.  Rubio remains in the top spot at +130 according to Bovada with Trump at +250 and Ted Cruz at +400.

With the Republican party becoming more of a dogfight by the day, Hilary Clinton has seen her odds to become the next POTUS rise from -110 on December 1 to -140 on December 14. Though Clinton is still a massive -2000 to get the nod from the Democrats, Bernie Sanders has seen a slight jump in the odds from +1000 to +800.

2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States

Odds as of December 15 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -140
  • Marco Rubio +350
  • Donald Trump +650
  • Ted Cruz +1000
  • Bernie Sanders +1500
  • Jeb Bush +1500
  • Chris Christie +3300
  • Ben Carson +5000
  • John Kasich +10000
  • Carly Fiorina +10000
2016 US Presidential Election – Democratic Presidential Nominee

Odds as of December 15 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -2000
  • Bernie Sanders +800
  • Martin O’Malley +10000
2016 US Presidential Election – Republican Presidential Nominee

Odds as of December 15 at Bovada

  • Marco Rubio +130
  • Donald Trump +250
  • Ted Cruz +400
  • Jeb Bush +800
  • Chris Christie +1600
  • Ben Carson +3000
  • John Kasich +5500
  • Carly Fiorina +5500
2016 US Presidential Election – Party to Win 2016 U.S. Election

Odds as of December 15 at Bovada

  • Democratic Party -150
  • Republican Party +120

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With former Republican front-runners Jeb Bush and Donald Trump slipping in the polls, Marco Rubio is the new favorite to win the Republican nomination. Bush has been falling further and further out of the public collectiveness since financial issues surfaced on the campaign trail and it seems that people are finally realizing Donald Trump is Donald Trump.

Rubio has become the alternative and is currently listed at +160 to win the republican nomination and +500 to win the presidency according to Bovada. Rubio and Texas Senator Ted Cruz have been trading very verbal, and very public jabs over policy and voting record over the past few weeks. It seems that these exchanges have put Rubio in the front of the public consciousness.

Despite the shakeup in the Republican odds, Hilary Clinton is still the odds-on favorite to become the next POTUS and a massive -2500 fave to win the Democratic nomination. 

2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States

Odds as of December 1 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -110
  • Marco Rubio +500
  • Donald Trump +600
  • Ted Cruz +750
  • Bernie Sanders +1400
  • Ben Carson +2500
  • Jeb Bush +2500
  • Chris Christie +5000
  • John Kasich +6600
  • Carly Fiorina +7500
2016 US Presidential Election – Democratic Presidential Nominee

Odds as of November 19 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -2500
  • Bernie Sanders +1000
  • Martin O’Malley +10,000
2016 US Presidential Election – Republican Presidential Nominee

Odds as of November 19 at Bovada

  • Marco Rubio +160
  • Donald Trump +300
  • Ted Cruz +300
  • Jeb Bush +1000
  • Ben Carson +1200
  • Chris Christie +2000
  • John Kasich +2500
  • Carly Fiorina +5000
2016 US Presidential Election – Party to Win 2016 U.S. Election

Odds as of November 19 at Bovada

  • Democratic Party -150
  • Republican Party +120

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With the official announcement from Vice President Joe Biden that he will not run for the Democratic nomination, Hilary Clinton has jumped to a gigantic favorite to become the next President of the United States.

Clinton is now a -110 favorite to become the next President according to Bovada, which is up from +130 only two weeks ago.

The Republican nominees have largely remained unchanged following a debate earlier this week, with Donald Trump seeing a slight bump in his Presidential odds shifting from +600 to +500.

The biggest mover though has been Jeb Bush. Over the past several weeks there have been multiple unflattering reports about the former GOP front-runners campaign that has seen large financial cuts in that area.

Bush was +600 to become the next President and +500 to become the Republican nominee on October 19,  he has since shifted to +1200 to become the President and +700 to run for the Republicans. 

2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States

Odds as of October 30 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -110
  • Donald Trump +500
  • Marcio Rubio +600
  • Bernie Sanders +1000
  • Jeb Bush +1200
  • Ted Cruz +3300
  • Carly Florina +4000
  • Chris Christie +5000
  • John Kasich +7500
2016 US Presidential Election – Democratic Presidential Nominee

Odds as of October 30 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -1200
  • Bernie Sanders +600
2016 US Presidential Election – Republican Presidential Nominee

Odds as of October 30 at Bovada

  • Donald Trump +225
  • Marco Rubio +225
  • Ben Carson +375
  • Jeb Bush +700
  • Ted Cruz +900
  • Chris Christie +1800
  • Carly Fiorina +2000
  • John Kasich +2500
2016 US Presidential Election – Party to Win 2016 U.S. Election

Odds as of October 30 at Bovada

  • Democratic Party -140
  • Republican Party +100

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Hillary Clinton continues to lead all challengers on the odds to win the next Presidential Election in the United States, with the sportsbooks setting her as the clear betting favorite to win that election in 2016.

At Bovada Clinton is the +130 favorite on the odds to be the next President of the United States, which is up slightly from her +150 odds from a month ago.

A trio of Republicans follow Clinton on those political betting futures at the sportsbook, with Jeb Bush, Donald Trump, and Marco Rubio all at +600 odds. Bernie Sanders, challenging Clinton for the Democratic nomination, is at +1000, with Vice President Joe Biden at +1200.

Clinton is also the clear -300 favorite on the odds to be the Democratic Presidential nominee for 2016, with Sanders trailing at +400 and Biden just behind him at +500. Biden, though, has not yet made an announcement that he will be running for President in 2016.

Bush, Trump, and Rubio are the +250 co-favorites on the odds to be the Republican Presidential nominee for 2016, with Carly Fiorina, Ben Carson, and Ted Cruz all at +1000, and John Kasich at +1200. Chris Christie trails at +2000, with Rand Paul well back at +7500.

2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States

Odds as of October 19 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton +130
  • Jeb Bush +600
  • Donald Trump +600
  • Marco Rubio +600
  • Bernie Sanders +1000
  • Joe Biden +1200
  • Carly Fiorina +2000
  • Ben Carson +2000
  • John Kasich +3300
  • Chris Christie +3300
  • Ted Cruz +3300
  • Elizabeth Warren +6600
  • Martin OMalley +10000
  • Rand Paul +20000
2016 US Presidential Election - Democratic Presidential Nominee

Odds as of October 19 at Bovada

  • Hilary Clinton -300
  • Bernie Sanders +400
  • Joe Biden +500
  • Martin O'Malley +5000
  • Lincoln Chafee +15000
2016 US Presidential Election - Republican Presidential Nominee

Odds as of October 19 at Bovada

  • Jeb Bush +250
  • Donald Trump +250
  • Marco Rubio +250
  • Carly Fiorina +1000
  • Ben Carson +1000
  • Ted Cruz +1000
  • John Kasich +1200
  • Chris Christie +2000
  • Rand Paul +7500
2016 US Presidential Election - Gender of Winner

Odds as of October 19 at Bovada

  • Male -155
  • Female +125
2016 US Presidential Election - Winning Party

Odds as of October 19 at Bovada

  • Democratic Party -150
  • Republican Party +120

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Hillary Clinton remains the favorite on the odds to be the next President of the United States at the online sportsbooks, with Republicans Jeb Bush and Donald Trump following the Democratic chalk on those updated political betting lines.

At Bovada Clinton is the +150 favorite on the odds to win the Presidential election in 2016, with Bush at +450 and Trump at +500 on that list. Joe Biden, who is not officially running for the job at this point, is then at +800, with Bernie Sanders at +1000.

2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States

Odds as of September 20 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton +150
  • Jeb Bush +450
  • Donald Trump +500
  • Joe Biden +800
  • Bernie Sanders +1000
  • Marco Rubio +1400
  • Scott Walker +2000
  • Carly Fiorina +2500
  • John Kasich +2500
  • Ben Carson +3000
  • Ted Cruz +4000
  • Chris Christie +5000
  • Elizabeth Warren +10000
  • Rand Paul +10000
  • Martin O'Malley +10000
  • Jim Webb +25000
  • Rick Perry +25000
  • Bobby Jindal +25000
2016 US Presidential Election - Democratic Presidential Nominee

Odds as of September 20 at Bovada

  • Hilary Clinton -300
  • Bernie Sanders +425
  • Joe Biden +425
  • Elizabeth Warren +2000
  • Martin O'Malley +5000
  • Jim Webb +15000
  • Lincoln Chafee +15000
2016 US Presidential Election - Republican Presidential Nominee

Odds as of September 20 at Bovada

  • Jeb Bush +200
  • Donald Trump +240
  • Marco Rubio +500
  • Scott Walker +800
  • Ben Carson +1000
  • John Kasich +1000
  • Chris Christie +2200
  • Ted Cruz +2500
  • Rand Paul +3300
2016 US Presidential Election - Winning Party

Odds as of September 20 at Bovada

  • Democratic Party -150
  • Republican Party +120
2016 US Presidential Election - Gender of Winner

Odds as of September 20 at Bovada

  • Male -200
  • Female +160

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Jeb Bush remains the favorite on the odds to be the Republican presidential nominee at the online sportsbooks after the first debate of the process, but Donald Trump has improved on those betting lines over the past month.

At Bovada Bush is the +150 favorite on the odds to be the Republican presidential nominee for 2016, with Trump now up to second at +300; Trump had been back at +750 on those political props at the sportsbook heading into the first debate. Scott Walker and Marco Rubio are both then at +600, with Ben Carson at +900 and John Kasich at +1000.

Hillary Clinton then remains the clear favorite on the odds to be the Democratic presidential nominee for 2016 at Bovada at -700, with Bernie Sanders at +600 and Joe Biden at +800. Biden has not announced whether he will be running for president in 2016.

Clinton is also the +110 favorite on the latest odds to be the next president of the United States, followed by Bush at +375 and Trump at +700; Trump has not ruled out running as a third-party candidate in the 2016 election. Rubio, Walker, and Sanders are all at +1400, with Biden at +1800, Kasich at +2500, and Carson and Ted Cruz at +3300.

2016 US Presidential Election - Democratic Presidential Nominee

Odds as of August 25 at Bovada

  • Hilary Clinton -700
  • Bernie Sanders +600
  • Joe Biden +800
  • Martin O'Malley +3300
  • Elizabeth Warren +3300
  • Jim Webb +5000
  • Lincoln Chafee +10000
2016 US Presidential Election - Republican Presidential Nominee

Odds as of August 25 at Bovada

  • Jeb Bush +150
  • Donald Trump +300
  • Scott Walker +600
  • Marco Rubio +600
  • Ben Carson +900
  • John Kasich +1000
  • Chris Christie +1500
  • Ted Cruz +1500
  • Rand Paul +2500
2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States

Odds as of August 25 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton +110
  • Jeb Bush +375
  • Donald Trump +700
  • Marco Rubio +1400
  • Scott Walker +1400
  • Bernie Sanders +1400
  • Joe Biden +1800
  • John Kasich +2500
  • Ted Cruz +3300
  • Ben Carson +3300
  • Chris Christie +5000
  • Carly Fiorina +5000
  • Elizabeth Warren +6600
  • Rand Paul +10000
  • Jim Webb +10000
  • Martin O'Malley +10000
  • Rick Perry +15000
  • Bobby Jindal +15000
  • Rick Santorum +15000
2016 US Presidential Election - Winning Party

Odds as of August 25 at Bovada

  • Democratic Party -160
  • Republican Party +130
2016 US Presidential Election - Gender of Winner

Odds as of August 25 at Bovada

  • Male -150
  • Female +120

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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 -699 odds at Bovada, putting her well ahead of the +800 Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders on those betting props. Martin O'Malley is then back at +3300, with Elizabeth Warren at +5000.

Bush is the +150 favorite on the odds to be the Republican nominee, with Scott Walker at +300, Marco Rubio at +400, and Donald Trump up to +750. Rand Paul is at +1200 on those lines, with Ben Carson at +1600, Chris Christie at +2000, and Ted Cruz at +2500.

2016 US Presidential Election - Democratic Presidential Nominee

Odds as of August 5 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -699
  • Joe Biden +800
  • Bernie Sanders +800
  • Martin O'Malley +3300
  • Elizabeth Warren +5000
2016 US Presidential Election - Republican Presidential Nominee

Odds as of August 5 at Bovada

  • Jeb Bush +150
  • Scott Walker +300
  • Marco Rubio +400
  • Donald Trump +750
  • Rand Paul +1200
  • Ben Carson +1600
  • Chris Christie +2000
  • Ted Cruz +2500
2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States

Odds as of August 5 at Bovada

  • Hillary Clinton -110
  • Jeb Bush +350
  • Scott Walker +1000
  • Marco Rubio +1200
  • Bernie Sanders +1200
  • Joe Biden +2000
  • Rand Paul +2500
  • Donald Trump +2500
  • Ben Carson +4000
  • Chris Christie +4000
  • John Kasich +4000
  • Ted Cruz +4500
  • Mike Huckabee +6600
  • Carly Fiorina +7500
  • Martin O'Malley +7500
  • Elizabeth Warren +10000
  • Jim Webb +10000
  • Rick Perry +10000
  • Bobby Jindal +10000
  • Michael Bloomberg +10000
  • Rick Santorum +10000
  • Paul Ryan +15000
  • Kirsten Gillibrand +15000
  • Lindsey Graham +15000
2016 US Presidential Election - Winning Party

Odds as of August 5 at Bovada

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

Odds as of August 5 at Bovada

  • Male -115
  • Female -115

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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

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