US Election Betting - Trump Odds and Clinton Odds
July 16, 2016
The US Presidential Election will be taking place in November which means that we have just about four months to prepare for the event. It also means that we have about four months to make all of the wagers we can on the eventual outcome. While there are some lesser known and independent candidates that will be running in 2016, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will be the two horses running in this particular derby.
Hillary Clinton Odds and Presidential Betting Preview
Hillary Clinton is the presumptive Democratic Candidate for the 2016 United States Presidential Election and she is also the favourite to win according to the online sports books. Clinton comes into this election with a lot of the right kind of support. She has extensive financial support coming from her enormous, big company backed, donor network, she has familiarity thanks to her three decades in US politics, and she has the added advantage of being ‘the less dangerous alternative’; at least according to many analysts. Going up against Donald Trump might be the best thing that could happen to Hillary Clinton as those vehemently opposed to seeing the toupee wearing economic titan take up residence in the White House will surely be out in force to support Clinton. There will likely be some others that come out in favour of a third party candidate in order to oust trump, but Clinton will certainly get the majority of the alternate support. According to the poll average provided by www.realclearpolitics.com, Hillary Clinton so far garners 43.1% of the support.
Donald Trump Odds and Presidential Betting Preview
A lot of us probably think that Donald Trump actually becoming the President of the United States is an impossibility, but he’s managed to surprise all of us at every turn since he announced his candidacy and he’s also not that far behind Hillary in the recent polls. Thanks to the Hillary’s secure e-mail fiasco, Trump has narrowed himself to within 3 points of Clinton in the averaged polls and his quick addition of a running mate will allow him to gain more positive air time while the world waits for Hillary to announce her’s. U.S. Governor of Indiana, Mike Pence, will be Trump’s back up in this election. He is a Republican Party member who definitely shares the kind of controversial views that compliment a candidate like Trump. He believes climate change to be a myth and supports heavily increased border security. Trump is looking like a better horse to bet on with every day that passes.
Sportingbet is providing all of the US Presidential odds in this preview article and the odds are current as of July 16th 2016. Betting on the outcome is a great way to take part in the action and excitement if you don’t happen to be a voting resident of the United States and Sportingbet makes it extremely easy for you to bet on all of it; especially if you are Canadian. They offer a number of Canadian deposit and withdrawal options that you can find listed on our Sportingbet Review.
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