Presidential Election Odds 2016: Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump Favored

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Hillary Clinton is a massive -1000 favorite to win the Democratic nomination and a -140 favorite to win the presidency. (Getty)

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With Super Tuesday on tap Donald Trump is still considered the frontrunner in the race to be named the Republican presidential nominee according to the betting lines at sportsbooks monitored by, while Hillary Clinton is the clear leader for the Democrats.

Trump, the Republican delegate leader in the early portion of the primary process, is the -400 favorite on the odds to be the party’s presidential nominee in November, with Marco Rubio second on those betting lines at +250. Ted Cruz is farther behind at +3300 and will be looking for a spark on Super Tuesday, while John Kasich trails on the political betting props at +4000.

Trump has 82 delegates heading into Super Tuesday, with Cruz at 17, Rubio at 16, Kasich at six, and Ben Carson in the basement with four. Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, and Virginia will all hand out delegates to the Republicans on Tuesday, adding more clarity to the party race.

Meanwhile, fresh off her win in the South Carolina primary on the weekend Hillary Clinton sits as the big -1000 favorite on the odds to win the Democrats’ presidential nomination heading into Super Tuesday ahead of +400 underdog Bernie Sanders. Including superdelegates, Clinton has a 544-85 lead on Sanders in the delegates race through the first four primaries.

Clinton is also the -140 favorite on the odds to be the next president of the United States, followed by Trump at +160, Rubio at +750, and Sanders at +1000. Michael Bloomberg, rumored to be mulling a presidential run as an independent, is then at +3300, with Cruz and Kasich both back at +6600 odds. The Democrats are also the -150 favorites to win the presidential election in November, with the Republicans set as +120 underdogs in the race.

After Super Tuesday the election calendar then winds through Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, and Nebraska on the weekend, with Michigan and Mississippi the prizes for the following week, and Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina, and Ohio all set for March 15.

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