2012 U.S. Presidential Election Odds

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(The Spread) – Oddsmakers have released the odds for the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election and Barack Obama is the clear-cut favorite to return to the Oval Office.

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Oddsmakers from online sports book Bodog.com have made Barack Obama a 4/7 favorite to be the United States of America’s next president. Obama is currently in his first term as President of the United States after assuming office in January of 2009.

Obama is also a 1/10 favorite to be the democratic nominee for the 2012 Presidential Election. Hillary Clinton is 12/1, Joseph Biden is 25/1, Al Gore is 50/1 and Mark Warner is also 50/1.

On the republican side, Mitt Romney is the favorite at 5/2, while Tim Pawlenty is 5/1 and Mitch Daniels is 11/2. Sarah Palin is 9/1, Mike Huckabee is 10/1 and Donald Trump is 12/1 to be the next republican nominee.

Clinton also has 30/1 odds to become our next President, while Romney is 8/1, Pawlenty is 16/1, Daniels is 20/1, Palin is 22/1 and Trump is 25/1. John Boehner and Mike Huckabee are also 25/1, while Jon Hunstman and Newt Gingrich are both 30/1, respectively.

The United States presidential election of 2012 will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012.

2012 U.S. Presidential Election Odds – Odds to be the Next President

Barack Obama 4/7

Mitt Romney 8/1

Tim Pawlenty 16/1

Mitch Daniels 20/1

Sarah Palin 22/1

Donald Trump 25/1

John Boehner 25/1

Mike Huckabee 25/1

Hillary Clinton 30/1

Jon Hunstman 30/1

Newt Gingrich 30/1

Haley Barbour 35/1

Michele Bachmann 35/1

David Petraeus 40/1

Jeb Bush 40/1

Jon Thune 40/1

Michael Bloomberg 40/1

Chris Christie 50/1

Joseph Biden 50/1

Ron Paul 50/1

Bobby Jindal 60/1

Mike Pence 60/1

Gary Johnson 80/1

Herman Cain 80/1

Al Gore 100/1

Condaleeza Rice 100/1

Evan Bayh 100/1

Mark Warner 100/1

Rick Santorum 100/1

Rudy Giuliani 100/1

Fred Thompson 250/1

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