2016 US Presidential Election - Next President of the United States. Hillary Clinton -220; ...
If you'd rather wager on who will be the next president, check out our Presidential Odds page where Clinton remains the odds-on favorite. What time will CNN call/project the winner of the presidential election? After 11:15 pm ET -110; Before 11:15pm ET -120; Political Party to win the popular vote. Democratic -500; Republican +350
President Donald Trump is again an underdog to win the U.S. election for 2020 after going into ...
Can't get enough election odds? Check out who is the favorite to become the next President of the United States. 2016 US Vice Presidential Election – Republican. John Kasich +260; Field -380; Odds as of March 10 at 5Dimes. Nikki Haley +700; Field -1500; Marco Rubio +400; Field -600; Susana Martinez +2000; Field -6000; Carly Fiorina +2000; Field -6000
The third and final presidential debate of the 2016 election season is set to go on Wednesday, October 19. This will be the last chance before voting day on November 8 that we get to see Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton side by side and compare the two of them as the possible next president of the United States.
After he won 306 of the 538 Electoral College votes in 2016, oddsmakers have put out props for whether President Donald Trump will repeat that feat in 2020. For reference, the Electoral College consists of 538 electors and a majority of 270 electoral votes is needed to be elected president.
Shortly after 2 a.m. ET, Trump still had a comfortable lead, sitting at -240 odds for re-election: Latest odds to win the 2020 US Presidential Election #ElectionNight #Elections2020 (Bovada): Donald Trump -240 (70.59% implied probability) Joe Biden +175 — Odds Shark (@OddsShark) November 4, 2020
According to OddsShark’s SA Presidential Election: 2016 Odds, as of July 19, 2016, Hillary Clinton currently has a better chance of winning the election than does Donald Trump, at -240 t0 +200. However, Clinton’s odds have been falling while Trump’s have been rising, and of course, anything can happen over the next few months until the election.
Betting odds flipped to favor Trump win, just as they did on election night 2016 https://t.co/LYyySsqHFu. The betting site Betfair currently has its odds for Republican President Donald Trump to beat Democratic nominee Joe Biden 51 percent to 49 percent.
Bet on Republican nominee. Donald Trump is the Republican nominee favorite at PredictIt with a “Yes” price of 33 cents. That is the equivalent of +203 odds. Click on the odds below to make a wager on the candidate you believe will win. Nominee.