Rubio's Chance of Winning Nomination Drop 10 Percent Following Christie Endorsement

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Feb/26/2016
Rubio's Chances of Winning Nomination Drop 10 Percent Following Christie Endorse

According to the CNN Political Prediction Market, Florida Senator Marco Rubio's odds of winning the republican nomination had crashed around 10 percent in just a matter of hours.

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CNN noted that Rubio's odds were sitting at 31 percent as of Friday morning immediately following a fiery debate in which he and GOP frontrunner Donald Trump went after one another.  That feud became all the more explosive throughout the day Friday culminating with Trump receiving the surprising endorsement of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.  By late afternoon, Rubio's odds of winning the Republican nomination were down to 21 percent.

Trump witnessed a huge jump in his odds after gaining Christie's endorsement, going from 67% to 74%.

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