New Hampshire GOP Presidential Debate: Latest Odds

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Aaron Goldstein
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New Hampshire GOP Presidential Debate

With Monday night’s New Hampshire GOP Presidential Debate taking place and moderated by CNN, Gambling911.com takes a look at the latest odds for which Republican candidate is most likely to be nominated.

Mitt Romney – He is the favorite among the betting public with a nearly 30 percent chance of winning the GOP nomination. 

Tim Pawlenty – He had 18 percent of the betting market backing him heading into the New Hampshire GOP Presidential debate Monday night. 

Newt Gingrich – It’s a wonder if he will even show up on Monday night after all but one member of his campaign staff walked out this past week.  His hopes really took a nose dive with 1 percent of the betting public believing he can get the GOP nomination. 

Michele Bachmann – Her odds have hovered somewhere in the neighborhood of 5 percent and 7 percent in recent weeks.

Ron Paul – Sadly, only around 2 percent of the betting public is backing the Texas Congressman.  He’s been a stellar supporter of legalized Internet gambling.  But this is anyone’s game and polls show that Paul can probably do best against President Obama in a general election. 

Herman Cain - The former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza, Cain is starting to build a little bit of grassroots name notoriety.  Cain could also improve his chances should the economy continue to remain stagnant.  Before Godfather’s Pizza, Cain managed 400 Burger King stores in the Philadelphia area. Under Cain's leadership, his region went from the least profitable for Burger King to the most profitable in three years.  He’s building steam with gamblers too, nearly grabbing 4 percent of that market.

Rick Santorum was not even at a measly 1 percent.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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