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Super Tuesday II Betting Odds

Another round of primaries are set for Tuesday with major implications on the line. What some are referring to as Super Tuesday II could spell the end to some candidates' campaigns if they don't win.

Donald Trump supporters will be happy to see that the former television personality is the favorite to win the Republican primary in Florida, North Carolina and Illinois. Trump is a huge -1500 favorite in Florida at Bovada, with Florida Senator Marco Rubio in a distant second at +600.

Hilary Clinton is a massive favorite in Florida as well, as the Democratic candidate sits at -10000, with Bernie Sanders well behind at +550.

Here's the latest odds, and for more political coverage check out our Presidential Election odds.

Who will win the Florida Democratic Primary?
  • Hilary Clinton -10000
  • Bernie Sanders +550
Odds as of March 14 at Bovada
Who will win the Florida Republican Primary?
  • Donald Trump -1500
  • Marco Rubio +600
  • Ted Cruz +2000
  • John Kasich +3300
Odds as of March 14 at Bovada
Who will win the Illinois Republican Primary?
  • Donald Trump -300
  • Ted Cruz +250
  • John Kasich +1500
  • Marco Rubio +3000
Odds as of March 14 at Bovada
Who will win the North Carolina Republican Primary?
  • Donald Trump -500
  • Ted Cruz +250
  • John Kasich +3300
  • Marco Rubio +5000
Odds as of March 14 at Bovada
Who will win the Ohio Republican Primary?
  • John Kasich -350
  • Donald Trump +225
  • Ted Cruz +2500
  • Marco Rubio +3300
Odds as of March 14 at Bovada

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Super Tuesday is the day when we separate the contenders from the pretenders. The biggest day of the primary season will see multiple states conducting their primaries or caucuses including several voting for both the Democratic and Republican nominees.

Nine different states (Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont and Virginia) will hold their respective primaries for both the Democrats and Republicans with two states (Colorado and Minnesota) holding their caucuses for both parties. Super Tuesday will also see the Democrats holding their caucus in American Samoa while the Republicans hit Alaska and Wyoming for caucuses as well.

This day is a massive day for both parties as a strong showing can give any one candidate a huge percentage of delegates needed to attain the official nomination.

With the first primaries and caucuses throughout southern states, many dub a certain section of Super Tuesday the SEC Primary. Named after the SEC college conference, it encompasses a vastly different voter pool than most of the previously polled states, which could see the fortunes of some change.

Donald Trump is the favorite in every state except for Texas. Ted Cruz, the junior senator from the Lonestar state, is the favorite in Texas. However, some polls within Texas have come out and suggested that Trump is leading and anything aside from a dominant win in the state could spell the end of Cruz’ campaign.

The Democrats enter Super Tuesday in a similar position as the Republicans, as Hillary Clinton is a massive favorite in most of the states. Though a couple states (Colorado and Minnesota specifically) are close, Sanders is only favored in his home state of Vermont and Colorado.

The biggest battleground state on Super Tuesday will be Texas, as the state has a larger delegate pool than any other on March 1 for both parties. With all the candidates spending significant money in the state, it could be an intriguing vote.

Though Super Tuesday is the first major milestone in the race to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, it opens the floodgates for more voting with over 20 more states casting ballots through the end of March.

Super Tuesday Primary Odds and Results
StateDemocrats FaveRepublican FaveWinners
AlabamaClinton (-10000)Trump (-2000)Clinton/Trump
ArkansasClinton (-10000)Trump (-600)Clinton/Trump
ColoradoSanders (-175)Not ListedSanders
GeorgiaClinton (-10000)Trump (-2000)Clinton/Trump
MassachusettsClinton (-250)Trump (-4000)Clinton/Trump
MinnesotaClinton (-230)Trump (-300)Sanders/Rubio
OklahomaClinton (-600)Trump (-600)Sanders/Cruz
TennesseeClinton (-5000)Trump (-1200)Clinton/Trump
TexasClinton (-10000)Cruz (-600)Clinton/Cruz
VermontSanders (-10000)Not ListedSanders/Trump
VirginiaNot ListedTrump (-1500)Clinton/Trump