Like most high-profile events, there are odds placed on who will win the 2012 presidential election.
English bookmaker William Hill told the Sporting News that President Barack Obama is favored to retain the presidency 2-to-5.
According to Hill, Romney’s odds of winning the presidency are 15-to-7.
Hill is also already looking past the 2012 election and onto the 2016 election. He has Romney as the 9-to-2 favorite to win the presidency in 2016.
Paul Ryan is also near the top of Hill’s board with 7-to-1 odds.
Ryan is tied with Hilary Clinton, who is also at 7-to-1.
Joe Biden is a 25-to-1 favorite to win the presidency in 2016.
He is followed by Sarah Palin at 50-to-1.
First Lady Michelle Obama made the short list, coming in at 100-to-1 odds to win the 2016 presidency.
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