US Presidential Election Odds for 2016 (Bet365)

Barack Obama is in his last term as President of the United States and on November 8th, 2016, the American population will vote in a new leader for their nation. The Primaries are yet to occur so there are still a lot of names up on the Presidential Election odds table, but so far the two favourites to win are Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush. Clinton is leading the way right now paying out at odds just a bit better than even money. Bet365 is providing the outright winner odds that you'll find in the odds table below, but they are offering more than just these odds for the 2016 United States Presidential election. You can also find odds on which runner you believe will win the Democratic or Republican Primaries or whether you think the eventual winner, regardless of who they are, will be a Democrat or Republican.

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Barack Obama is in his last term as President of the United States and on November 8th, 2016, the American population will vote in a new leader for their nation. The Primaries are yet to occur so there are still a lot of names up on the Presidential Election odds table, but so far the two favourites to win are Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush. Clinton is leading the way right now paying out at odds just a bit better than even money.

Bet365 is providing the outright winner odds that you’ll find in the odds table below, but they are offering more than just these odds for the 2016 United States Presidential election. You can also find odds on which runner you believe will win the Democratic or Republican Primaries or whether you think the eventual winner, regardless of who they are, will be a Democrat or Republican.

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Runner Odds Runner Odds Runner Odds
Hillary Clinton 2.10 Jeb Bush 5.00 Marco Rubio 8.00
Scott Walker 12.00 Chris Christie 19.00 Elizabeth Warren 19.00
Rand Paul 21.00 Joseph Biden 21.00 Mark Warner 26.00
Andrew Cuomo 29.00 Martin O’Malley 29.00 Bobby Jindal 34.00
Ted Cruz 34.00 Susana Martinez 34.00 Michael Bloomberg 41.00
Kirsten Gillibrand 41.00 Paul Ryan 51.00 Deval Patrick 51.00
Rahm Emanuel 51.00 Condoleezza Rice 51.00 Rob Portman 67.00
Bob McDonnell 67.00 Rick Santorum 67.00 Sarah Palin 67.00
Carly Fiorina 67.00 Ben Carson 51.00    

Hillary Clinton @ 2.10 – Clinton was supposed to be up for the Presidency back in 2008, but after being unexpectedly beat out in the Primaries by Barack Obama, she settled for being part of the Obama administration for the first four years of his tenure. Clinton has spent her time since the disappointment of 2008 racking up points on her resume for her potential upcoming term. Helping solidify herself as the perfect Democratic candidate, she’s spent her time as a private citizen partnering with the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation and spearheading an initiative to get more women enrolled in secondary schools across the world. As the favourite to win, she’s picked up an extremely significant amount of the betting so far. As it stands, 41% of the betting cash is on the former First Lady.

Jeb Bush @ 5.00 – It appears that at least part of the American public is still clamouring for a Bush in the White House again as Jeb Bush is currently the second most likely candidate to be the President in 2016. Besides the notoriety of his last name, Jeb is mostly known for his time serving as the Governor of Florida; a position which he held from 1999 to 2007. In the last eight years, Jeb has also become famous for criticizing the Obama administration. His views are a little more central than those of most Republican candidates. While he does oppose abortion and heavily support gun rights and capital punishment, he was responsible for a lot of initiatives related to the preservation of the Florida environment and made significant improvements to Florida’s education system during his time as governor. For those of you that had money riding on the 2000 Presidential Election, you’ll remember him as the governor of the state that recounted George Bush into the White House after Al Gore had already been announced the winner.

Marco Rubio @ 8.00 – If Jeb Bush doesn’t manage to get himself past the Primary voting, Marco Rubio is the next most likely Republican to see time in the White House. Rubio is also the youngest candidate to step forward for the Presidency at just 43 years of age. And while Jeb is a little more centred in his political views, Rubio occupies a position so far right that he’s spilling into the bleachers. Rubio is anti-abortion, a proponent of “traditional marriage”, and is one of the few candidates stepping forward that denies the existence of human propelled climate change. If there are enough voters out there looking for the polar opposite of Barack Obama, Rubio will be their perfect outlet.