US Presidential Election Odds for 2016 - Updated January 19th

The odds for the US Presidential Election have undergone some pretty serious change since we last posted them and neither side of the political spectrum has been immune. Jeb Bush, for example, was a serious contender and second in line on the odds table when we posted these odds last year, but thanks to some unfortunate comments regarding climate change and immigration, he's been all but wiped off the map. He now sits at odds of 21.00 and he doesn't appear to be gaining any ground as of late. The other big move has been Bernie Sanders. Sanders wasn't even on the odds table the last time around, but in the last six months he's made some stupendous progress by settling his campaign behind the rights of minorities, women, and the less fortunate. It's something that's garnering him a lot of attention from younger voters and it seems that the majority of those voters were originally going to vote for Hillary Clinton which has made his progress all the more accelerated.

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The odds for the US Presidential Election have undergone some pretty serious change since we last posted them and neither side of the political spectrum has been immune. Jeb Bush, for example, was a serious contender and second in line on the odds table when we posted these odds last year, but thanks to some unfortunate comments regarding climate change and immigration, he’s been all but wiped off the map. He now sits at odds of 21.00 and he doesn’t appear to be gaining any ground as of late. The other big move has been Bernie Sanders. Sanders wasn’t even on the odds table the last time around, but in the last six months he’s made some stupendous progress by settling his campaign behind the rights of minorities, women, and the less fortunate. It’s something that’s garnering him a lot of attention from younger voters and it seems that the majority of those voters were originally going to vote for Hillary Clinton which has made his progress all the more accelerated.

And although some of his shock factor and media attention may have died down, Donald Trump still appears to be a serious contender in this Presidential race. Trump was another late comer to this election, but his bravado and anti-immigration platform has made him the leading Republican candidate. He’s still closely followed in the polls by Ted Cruz and Mark Rubio, but unless one of those two drops out of the race, Trump might be able to use their split voters to gain his candidacy.

Below you will find odds for which party will win, which contender from each party will become the candidate, and odds for who will become the next President of the United States. All of the odds in this betting preview are provided by Bet365. There are other books offering odds on this election, but you will definitely find the most comprehensive offering of odds at Bet365. Their US Presidential Election prop markets will also continue to grow as we get closer to November. If you don’t already have an account at Bet365, follow the banner link below and you can get a 100% bonus on your first real money deposit up to $200.

  • 2016 US Election Odds – Which Party Will Win

    This bet is a simple one. There’s no need to pick a candidate. Just pick whether you think a Republican will win the election or a Democrat will win the election.

    Democrats 1.57 Republicans 2.25

    2016 US Election Odds – Who Will Be The Democratic Candidate

    This one might seem like a lock for Hillary Clinton, but not everything is set in stone. Remember, Clinton was the front runner to be the Democratic candidate back in 2008 before Barack Obama came out of nowhere and clipped her chances.

    Hillary Clinton 1.20 Bernie Sanders 4.50
    Marin O’Malley 81.00 Elizabeth Warren 101.00
    Howard Dean 101.00 Andrew Cuomo 101.00
    Jim Webb 101.00 Mark Warner 101.00
    Deval Patrick 101.00 Kristen Gillibrand 151.00

    2016 US Election Odds – Who Will Be The Republican Candidate

    This is probably the best set of odds to take advantage of. The polls and the odds are all pointing towards Donald Trump coming out on top, but things might be a whole lot different once the party members are forced to put forward their official votes.

    Donald Trump 2.25 Marc Rubio 3.25
    Ted Cruz 4.33 Jeb Bush 9.00
    Chris Christie 23.00 Mitt Romney 101.00
    Mike Huckabee 101.00 Rand Paul 101.00
    Paul Ryan 101.00 Ben Carson 101.00

    2016 US Election Odds – Who Will Be President

    Hillary Clinton 1.80 Donald Trump 4.33
    Marco Rubio 7.00 Bernie Sanders 8.00
    Ted Cruz 15.00 Jeb Bush 21.00
    Chris Christie 51.00 Ben Carson 126.00
    Michael Bloomberg 151.00 John Dasich 151.00
    Rand Paul 201.00 Elizabeth Warren 201.00
    Mike Huckabee 201.00 Carly Fiorina 201.00
    Sarah Palin 201.00 Rahm Emanuel 201.00
    Susana Martinez 251.00 Rob Portman 251.00
    Andrew Cuomo 251.00 Mark Warner 251.00
    Paul Ryan 251.00 Kristen Gillibrand 251.00
    Rick Santorum 251.00