By Raphael Esparza – Monday November 7, 2016
Twitter: @StraightBetTalk or @VSIdocsports
Finally! We are down to the final hours of the 2016 Presidential election and Tuesday night we should have selected our 45th President of the United States. Most polls and prediction markets point to a Clinton win and betting numbers are showing the Democrats are slightly more likely to win back the Senate. Republicans are expected to retain a comfortable control of the House of Representatives. Our friends over at MyBookie have posted not only who will win Tuesday but have also posted an additional 15 Presidential betting props.
I don’t throw much stock in polls and what one media station says over another so I’m very interested to see what the outcome will be Tuesday night. Clinton has been the betting favorite since we have posted odds for what seems like forever so I believe she should have a good Tuesday night but at the same time you never know what could happen. Trump has never been the betting favorite no matter what the media has said in the past but Trump odds have been lowered all month long. It’s no secret that Clinton’s presidential odds have slipped in recent weeks but her strength in states that are rich in electoral votes along with her 365 day poll lead as well as an edge in early voting should help her on Tuesday.
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When most of us go to bed Tuesday night we should know ‘Who’ our 45th President of the United States will be. We could see the first female President or we could see the first reality TV star President but no matter what, this ugly election will be over. This election was weird, ugly, embarrassing and most of all jaw dropping. Tuesday night not only will I be focusing on who our next President will be but how close the betting odds were compare to the public polls.
Presidential Odds – Provided by MyBookie
2016 – Presidential Elections – Odds To Win
Hillary Clinton -600
Donald Trump +350
Total States Won By the Democratic Party
Under 25.5 -135
Over 25.5 +105
Total States Won By the Republican Party
Over 25.5 -130
Under 25.5 +100
Voter Turnout For 2016 Presidential Election
Over 58% -140
Under 58% +110
US Presidential Election – Who Will Win Florida
Since 1996 Democrats have won three out of five years but the state of Florida was Red (Republican) for four straight years (1980 through 1992).
US Presidential Election – Who Will Win Ohio
The state of Ohio has been Blue in back-to-back Presidential elections and since 1992 the Democrats have won the state of Ohio four out of six elections.
US Presidential Election – Who Will Win Virginia
The state of Virginia has been Blue in back-to-back Presidential elections but from 1968 to 2004 the state of Virginia was Red. Betting odds are showing Virginia again will be Blue!
US Presidential Election – Who Will Win Colorado
The ‘High’ state of Colorado has been Blue in back-to-back Presidential elections but from 1996 to 2004 the state of Colorado was Red. Colorado was also Red from years 1968 to 1988 and if betting numbers are true Colorado will be Blue again.
US Presidential Election – Who Will Win Michigan
The state of Michigan has been Blue in six straight Presidential elections and nothing will change Tuesday night.
US Presidential Election – Who Will Win Pennsylvania
The state of Pennsylvania has been Blue in six straight Presidential elections and seven out 10 and the money is telling me again that Pennsylvania will be Blue.
US Presidential Election – Who Will Win Iowa
The state of Iowa has been Blue in back-to-back Presidential elections and six out seven Presidential elections the state of Iowa has been Blue. Tuesday night should be very interesting in the state of Iowa as betting numbers are showing Iowa will be Red.
US Presidential Election – Who Will Win Arizona
The state of Arizona has been Red in four straight Presidential elections and 15 out 16 Presidential elections the state of Arizona has been Red. This trend continues Tuesday night!
US Presidential Election – Who Will Win Georgia
The state of Georgia has been Red in five straight Presidential elections so nothing new this Tuesday night.
US Presidential Election – Who Will Win North Carolina
The state of North Carolina will be fun to watch Tuesday night. In 2008 North Carolina was Blue and in 2012 was Red and right now North Carolina in football term is a ‘Pick’. Before 2008 North Carolina was Red in seven straight Presidential elections and I believe Tuesday night North Carolina could go either way.
US Presidential Election – Who Will Win Nevada
The state of Nevada has been Blue in back-to-back Presidential elections and before 2008 the state of Nevada was Red in back-to-back Presidential elections. The money coming in tells me Tuesday night Nevada will be Blue.
US Presidential Election – Who Will Win New Hampshire
Hillary Clinton Total Electoral College Votes
Over 299.5 -145
Under 299.5 +115
Donald Trump Total Electoral College Votes
Over 238.5 +145
Under 238.5 -175
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