Presidential betting odds as of 30 January 2012   2 comments

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Updating the betting odds at the end of January 2012, we find a thinner pack at the top level but interesting things happening at the Republican Vice-Presidential table (although the fact that gamblers think Hilary Clinton, who isn’t even running, has a better shot than most Republicans is telling):

Election winner
Selection Odds
Barack Obama  4:6
Mitt Romney  13:8
Newt Gingrich  14:1
Ron Paul  33:1
Hillary Clinton  50:1
Rick Santorum  66:1
Mitch Daniels  100:1
Donald Trump  100:1
Jeb Bush  200:1
Paul Ryan  200:1
Chris Christie  200:1
Republican Nominee
Selection   Odds
Mitt Romney  1:8
Newt Gingrich  6:1
Ron Paul  25:1
Rick Santorum  50:1
Mitch Daniels  66:1
Jeb Bush  100:1
Paul Ryan  100:1
Chris Christie  100:1
Winning Party
Selection   Odds
Democrats  13:20
Republicans  5:4
Independent  50:1
Republican Vice Presidential Nominee
Will be settled on nominee at 2012 Republican National Convention. Others on request.
Selection   Odds
Marco Rubio  5:2
Chris Christie  5:1
Susana Martinez  10:1
Paul Ryan  12:1
Bob McDonnell  14:1
Tim Pawlenty  16:1
Hayley Barbour  16:1
Newt Gingrich  16:1
Rick Santorum  16:1
Mitt Romney  20:1
Nikki Haley  20:1
Kelly Ayote  20:1
Jon Thune  20:1
Jim DeMint  20:1
Mitch Daniels  25:1
Rob Portman  25:1
Brian Sandoval  25:1
Bobby Jindal  25:1
Condoleeza Rice  25:1
Jon Huntsman  25:1
Rick Perry  33:1
Rick Snyder  33:1
Herman Cain  33:1
Colin Powell  33:1
Meg Whitman  33:1
Lindsey Graham  33:1
Ron Paul  40:1
Sarah Palin  50:1
Michele Bachmann  50:1
Mike Huckabee  50:1
David Petraeus  50:1
Allen West  50:1
Scott Brown  50:1
Kay Bailey Hutchison  50:1
Rand Paul  50:1
Scott Walker  50:1
John McCain  66:1
Donald Trump  100:1
Glenn Beck  200:1
Florida Republican Primary
Selection   Odds
Mitt Romney  1:25
Newt Gingrich 8:1
Rick Santorum  100:1
Ron Paul  100:1

odds from Ladbrokes.

2 responses to “Presidential betting odds as of 30 January 2012

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  1. The wise money is on HILLARY….and BARACK
    in truth HILLARY has the majority of support it be
    wisest for BARACK in accepting reality / in doing
    allow democrat party / lead by HILLARY an clear
    run. To divide the party / would do great damage.

    BARACK need understand his time as president
    is over // he having lost the majority of support…
    continuing as president would harm the nation….

    One must face reality of the situation /it nought
    to do with BARACK being black /such is stupid
    it’s simply being whom best in leading the party
    thus people should not use the black / white as
    an issue /it simply whom best to lead the nation.

    william wallace
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