Update on the US Election Odds, Oklahoma Will Most Likely Vote Republican, Maryland to Vote Democrat

Update on the US Election Odds, Oklahoma Will Most Likely Vote Republican, Maryland to Vote Democrat

The race is in its last stretch, so the states are lining behind their choices. Hillary Clinton, who is the Democrat nominee, had an early advantage and the odds were in her favour. However the last week of the campaigning the Republican choice, Donald Trump Narrowed the gap, since the Republican fans rallied behind their party’s controversial candidate.

The most recent polls the CBS and the New York Times released show that Clinton has a slight lead. This is after the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced that they are reviewing her emails, from the back she was the Secretary of State. However, it is the state results that actually matter in this race for the White House. This matter has also grabbed the attention of many sports betting fans and bookmakers.

The two candidates are considered as the least popular nominees in the history of the American Presidential Elections according to Pinnacle. Count to think of it Clinton’s odds have only gotten up to the maximum of 1.667 before going back, and Trump’s price managed to reach 6.91.

The past eight years the United States Elections managed to attract quite a lot of attention. Pinnacle shared with us that their betting volume has increased by almost 300 times between 2008 and 2016.

If you are looking for a place to bet on this year’s election, we recommend Pinnacle and Paddy Power.

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