A Look at the Current Odds To Win the 2016 US Presidential Election



Last Updated: May 24th, 2016

Unless some kind of a miracle takes place, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will be squaring off for the Presidency of the United States in November of 2016. There may be a third party involved (possibly led by Bernie Sanders), but as of this moment, Trump will be winning the Republican nomination and Hillary Clinton will be winning the Democratic nomination.

The United States presidential elections - Year 2016 - GraphicOn this page, we'll be monitoring the current betting odds for the Trump v Clinton battle from three different major online sports books. Polling data tends to be all over the place, but odds from major sports books can give a truer picture of how close the race actually is, as people are putting their hard-earned dollars on the line with their wagers. Polling data consists of who people want to win - when it comes to wagers, however, people are betting on who they think will win.

Here are the current betting odds from three major sports books:

Bovada

Hillary Clinton, 3/7
Donald Trump, 2/1
Bernie Sanders, 19/1

Paddypower

Hillary Clinton, 4/9
Donald Trump, 2/1
Bernie Sanders, 20/1
Joe Biden, 33/1
Paul Ryan, 100/1
Mitt Romney, 200/1

William Hill

Hillary Clinton, 4/9
Donald Trump, 2/1
Bernie Sanders, 20/1
Joe Biden, 25/1
Paul Ryan, 100/1
Mitt Romney, 200/1

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Note: Despite national polling data that would indicate a deadlocked race, Hillary Clinton is still clearly in the lead to win at this point.