Donald Trump Odds to Win North Carolina – US Elections Betting

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Sep/21/2016

September 21, 2016 – GOP nominee Donald Trump was holding a narrow 2-point lead in the critical swing state of North Carolina in the latest poll released Wednesday by the Public Policy Polling.  That same poll, however, also showed that North Carolina voters who are undecided would prefer four more years of President Obama to the "sharp pivot to Trump's vision for the country."  Trump’s odds were still averaging -150 while Clinton’s featured too wide a range, anywhere from -120 to +137.  A $15 bet would be required to win $10 on Trump (with the $15 refunded only if he wins).  These state-by-state odds are constantly in flux so be sure to monitor Gambling911.com regularly.

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Swing State Betting Odds as of September 21, 2016:

Florida – Trump -150, Clinton +110

Georgia  – Trump -500, Clinton +500

Ohio – Trump -187, Clinton +125

Pennsylvania – Clinton -300, Trump +210

New Hampshire – Clinton -250, Trump +150

North Carolina – Trump -150, Clinton (range is -120 to +137)

Virginia – Clinton -450, Trump +300

Iowa – Trump -250, Clinton +175

Arizona – Trump -400, Clinton +275

Colorado – Clinton -200, Trump +175

Michigan – Clinton -300, Trump +250

Wisconsin – Clinton -333, Trump +220

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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