Hillary Clinton the Shortest Odds to Become Next US President Yet

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Oct/10/2016

Odds on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are at their shortest odds yet at 1-5 following while real estate magnate Donald Trump was coming in at 4-1.   

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New poll numbers have been released since Trump was heard on an 11-year-old video saying he could “grab a woman by the p****” because of his star power.  As a result, much of the Republican party establishment has decided to no longer support the Republican nominee.

The new NBC/Wall Street poll, conducted on Saturday and Sunday, shows Clinton with 46 percent support among likely voters in a four-way matchup, compared to 35 percent for Trump.

The two candidates took part in their second Debate with post-Debate poll numbers anticipated as early as Wednesday. 

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

 

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