Florida Primary Republican Winner Odds: Donald Trump Favored

A few days ago Trump was favored at -750 (wager $750 to win $100) to win the Florida Primary, but has now increased his chances according to oddsmakers. Bookmakers now have Donald Trump a bigger favorite to win the Florida Primary at -900 (wager $900 to win $100). If the Florida Primary was decided on the football field, Trump would be favored by close to two touchdowns over Rubio.

Consensus on nationwide opinion polling for the Republican Party Presidential Primary show Donald Trump currently destroying the field and oddsmakers have him favored at -265  to square off against the Democratic favorite Hillary Clinton.

Below you will find odds on Republican and Democrat primaries, control of Congress and winner of the 2016 US Presidential Election. Check the latest national polling by clicking here.

Florida Primary – Republican Winner
Tue 3/15401 Donald Trump wins Florida Primary -900
7:00AM402 Field wins Florida Primary +500
Illinois Primary – Republican Winner
Tue 3/15403 Donald Trump wins Illinois Primary -540
7:00AM404 Field wins Illinois Primary +360
North Carolina Primary – Republican Winner
Tue 3/15407 Donald Trump wins North Carolina Primary -720
6:30AM408 Field wins North Carolina Primary +440
Ohio Primary – Republican Winner
Tue 3/15409 John Kasich wins Ohio Primary -170
6:30AM410 Field wins Ohio Primary +130
Missouri Primary – Republican Winner
Tue 3/15421 Ted Cruz wins Missouri Primary +130
7:00AM422 Field wins Missouri Primary -170
Florida Primary – Democrat Winner
Tue 3/15501 Hillary Clinton wins Florida Primary -1200
7:00AM502 Field wins Florida Primary +600
Illinois Primary – Democrat Winner
Tue 3/15503 Hillary Clinton wins Illinois Primary -475
7:00AM504 Field wins Illinois Primary +325
Missouri Primary – Democrat Winner
Tue 3/15505 Hillary Clinton wins Missouri Primary -145
7:00AM506 Field wins Missouri Primary +105
North Carolina Primary – Democrat Winner
Tue 3/15507 Hillary Clinton wins N.Carolina Primary -1200
6:30AM508 Field wins North Carolina Primary +600
Ohio Primary – Democrat Winner
Tue 3/15509 Hillary Clinton wins Ohio Primary -220
6:30AM510 Field wins Ohio Primary +165
Republican Presidential Nominee – Republican National Convention
Mon 7/18901 Donald Trump is Republican Nominee -265
8:00AM902 Field wins Republican Nomination +225
Mon 7/18903 Ted Cruz is Republican Nominee +520
8:00AM904 Field wins Republican Nomination -850
Mon 7/18905 John Kasich is Republican Nominee +720
8:00AM906 Field wins Republican Nomination -1530
Mon 7/18907 Marco Rubio is Republican Nominee +2000
8:00AM908 Field wins Republican Nomination -6000
Mon 7/18909 Paul Ryan is Republican Nominee +6500
8:00AM910 Field wins Republican Nomination -26500
Mon 7/18911 Mitt Romney is Republican Nominee +10000
8:00AM912 Field wins Republican Nomination -50000
Republican Vice Presidential Nominee – Republican National Convention
Mon 7/18951 John Kasich is Republican VP Nominee +260
8:00AM952 Field wins Republican VP Nomination -380
Mon 7/18953 Chris Christie is Republican VP Nominee +450
8:00AM954 Field wins Republican VP Nomination -750
Mon 7/18955 Marco Rubio is Republican VP Nominee +500
8:00AM956 Field wins Republican VP Nomination -900
Mon 7/18957 Nikki Haley is Republican VP Nominee +650
8:00AM958 Field wins Republican VP Nomination -1350
Mon 7/18959 Ted Cruz is Republican VP Nominee +900
8:00AM960 Field wins Republican VP Nomination -1850
Mon 7/18961 Carly Fiorina is Republican VP Nominee +1500
8:00AM962 Field wins Republican VP Nomination -4500
Mon 7/18963 Susana Martinez is Republican VP Nominee +1600
8:00AM964 Field wins Republican VP Nomination -4800
Mon 7/18965 Rob Portman is Republican VP Nominee +2000
8:00AM966 Field wins Republican VP Nomination -6000
Presidential Nominee Brokered – Republican National Convention
individual secures a majority of delegates’ votes on what round of balloting
Mon 7/18991 Only one official ballot for nominee -245
8:00AM992 Additional round of balloting needed +175
Democratic Presidential Nominee – Democratic National Convention
Mon 7/25801 Hillary Clinton is Democratic Nominee -900
8:00AM802 Field wins Democratic Nomination +600
Mon 7/25803 Bernie Sanders is Democratic Nominee +675
8:00AM804 Field wins Democratic Nomination -1050
Mon 7/25805 Joe Biden is Democratic Nominee +4000
8:00AM806 Field wins Democratic Nomination -16000
US Presidential Election – Winner
Tue 11/8101 Hillary Clinton wins Election -190
8:00AM102 Field wins Presidential Election +165
Tue 11/8103 Donald Trump wins Election +370
8:00AM104 Field wins Presidential Election -465
Tue 11/8105 Bernie Sanders wins Election +1050
8:00AM106 Field wins Presidential Election -1875
Tue 11/8107 John Kasich wins Election +2200
8:00AM108 Field wins Presidential Election -6600
Tue 11/8109 Ted Cruz wins Election +3000
8:00AM110 Field wins Presidential Election -11000
Tue 11/8111 Marco Rubio wins Election +5000
8:00AM112 Field wins Presidential Election -12500
Tue 11/8113 Joe Biden wins Election +8500
8:00AM114 Field wins Presidential Election -37500
Tue 11/8191 Republican wins Presidential Election +185
8:00AM192 Democrat wins Presidential Election -225
US Presidential Election – Democratic Presidential Nominee – Electoral Votes
total electoral votes by Democratic presidential nominee
Tue 11/8193 Democratic nominee wins over 369½ votes +175
8:00AM194 Democratic nominee wins under 369½ votes -245
US Presidential Election – Republican Presidential Nominee – Electoral Votes
total electoral votes by Republican presidential nominee
Tue 11/8193 Republican nominee wins over 369½ votes +450
8:00AM194 Republican nominee wins under 369½ votes -750
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
Tue 11/8201 Republicans maintain Senate majority -105
8:00AM202 Republicans no longer Senate majority -135
Republican Control of Congress and White House
nominee elected president, controls a majority in House of Representatives, causus of 50+ in Senate
Tue 11/8203 Republicans control Congress & W.House +220
8:00AM204 GOP won’t control Congress & W.House -300
Democratic Control of Congress and White House
nominee elected president, controls a majority in House of Representatives, causus of 50+ in Senate
Tue 11/8205 Democrats control Congress & White House +400
8:00AM206 Dem won’t control Congress & White House -600

*odds courtesy of 5Dimes

Have to love the Irish as bookmaker Paddy Power has odds posted on Donald Trump’s manhood. (seriously).

Applies to the size of Donald Trumps manhood when ‘standing to attention’. Bets will be void if it is not revealed by end of 2016. PP Decision Final.


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