US Presidential Election Odds: Hillary Clinton vs Donald Trump

Looking for updated US Presidential Election Odds for  Hillary Clinton vs Donald Trump? Hillary Clinton is favored to win the election at -600 (wager $600 to win $100) over Donald Trump and the Democrats are also favored to take the Senate majority. The consensus on nationwide opinion polling and bookmakers at 5Dimes agree that Donald Trump keeps digging himself into a hole and is a long shot to become the next President of the United States.

Latest General Election Pills: Trump vs. Clinton

FOX News 10/10 – 10/12: Clinton +8
LA Times/USC Tracking 10/7 – 10/13: Tie
NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl 10/8 – 10/10: Clinton +10
Reuters/Ipsos 10/6 – 10/10: Clinton +7
Economist/YouGov 10/7 – 10/8: Clinton +5
The Atlantic/PRRI 10/5 – 10/9: Clinton +11
Quinnipiac 10/5 – 10/6: Clinton +6
NBC News/SM 10/3 – 10/9: Clinton +7

Below you will find odds on not only the US Presidential Election, but. You can check the latest national polling by clicking here.

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US Presidential Election – Winner
Hillary Clinton wins Election -600
Donald Trump wins Election +500
Mike Pence wins Election +8000
Paul Ryan wins Election +20000
Bernie Sanders wins Election +20000
Joe Biden wins Election +25000
Tim Kaine wins Election +50000
Third party wins Presidential Election +10000
Republican or Democrat wins -30000

US Presidential Election – Democratic Presidential Nominee – Electoral Votes
(total electoral votes by Democratic presidential nominee)
Democratic nominee wins over 369½ votes +160
Democratic nominee wins under 369½ votes -210

US Presidential Election – Republican Presidential Nominee – Electoral Votes
(total electoral votes by Republican presidential nominee)
Republican nominee wins over 369½ votes +1000
Republican nominee wins under 369½ votes -200

US Senators at the beginning of the 115th Congress
(US Senators who caucus with Republicans at least 50 if Republican president elected, at least 51 otherwise)
Republicans maintain Senate majority +160
Republicans no longer Senate majority -210

Republican Control of Congress and White House
(nominee elected president, controls a majority in House of Representatives, causus of 50+ in Senate)
Republicans control Congress & W.House +450
GOP won’t control Congress & W.House -750

Democratic Control of Congress and White House
(nominee elected president, controls a majority in House of Representatives, causus of 50+ in Senate)
Democrats control Congress & White House +300
Dem won’t control Congress & White House -420

US Presidential Election – Individual State Electoral Votes Winner
Republican candidate wins Alaska -280
Democratic candidate wins Alaska +200

Republican candidate wins Arizona -110
Democratic candidate wins Arizona -130

Republican candidate wins Colorado +435
Democratic candidate wins Colorado -705

Republican candidate wins Connecticut +1375
Democratic candidate wins Connecticut -3425

Republican candidate wins Florida +250
Democratic candidate wins Florida -350

Republican candidate wins Georgia -260
Democratic candidate wins Georgia +180

Republican candidate wins Illinois +1200
Democratic candidate wins Illinois -2600

Republican candidate wins Iowa +140
Democratic candidate wins Iowa -180

Republican candidate wins Kentucky -2600
Democratic candidate wins Kentucky +1200

Republican candidate wins Louisiana -1780
Democratic candidate wins Louisiana +870

Republican candidate wins Maine +515
Democratic candidate wins Maine -945

Republican candidate wins Michigan +600
Democratic candidate wins Michigan -1200

Republican candidate wins Minnesota +600
Democratic candidate wins Minnesota -1200

Republican candidate wins Missouri -420
Democratic candidate wins Missouri +300

Republican candidate wins Nebraska -1780
Democratic candidate wins Nebraska +870

Republican candidate wins Nevada +250
Democratic candidate wins Nevada -350

Republican candidate wins New Hampshire +485
Democratic candidate wins New Hampshire -855

Republican candidate wins New Jersey +1375
Democratic candidate wins New Jersey -3425

Republican candidate wins New Mexico +735
Democratic candidate wins New Mexico -1555

Republican candidate wins North Carolina +250
Democratic candidate wins North Carolina -350

Republican candidate wins Ohio +175
Democratic candidate wins Ohio -245

Republican candidate wins Oklahoma -3000
Democratic candidate wins Oklahoma +1300

Republican candidate wins Oregon +1200
Democratic candidate wins Oregon -2600

Republican candidate wins Pennsylvania +525
Democratic candidate wins Pennsylvania -975

Republican candidate wins Texas -635
Democratic candidate wins Texas +415

Republican candidate wins Virginia +655
Democratic candidate wins Virginia -1365

Republican candidate wins Washington +1375
Democratic candidate wins Washington -3425

Republican candidate wins West Virginia -4800
Democratic candidate wins West Virginia +1600

Republican candidate wins Wisconsin +600
Democratic candidate wins Wisconsin -1200

Republican candidate wins Wyoming -2600
Democratic candidate wins Wyoming +1200

US Senate Race – Illinois Winner
Mark Kirk (R) wins IL election +735
Tammy Duckworth (D) wins IL election -1555

US Senate Race – Maryland Winner
Kathy Szeliga (R) wins MD election +1600
Chris Van Hollen (D) wins MD election -4800

US Senate Race – North Carolina Winner
Richard Burr (R) wins NC election -110
Deborah Ross (D) wins NC election -130

US Senate Race – Ohio Winner
Rob Portman (R) wins OH election -945
Ted Strickland (D) wins OH election +515

US Senate Race – Pennsylvania Winner
Pat Toomey (R) wins PA election +180
Kathleen McGinty (D) wins PA election -260

US Senate Race – Wisconsin Winner
Ron Johnson (R) wins WI election +415
Russ Feingold (D) wins WI election -635

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