Tired of Polls? Here's How Bettors See the 2016 Presidential Race
By now, you're well aware of who's leading in the 2016 presidential race, according to pollsters.
But what about a different measurement tool - bettors - as a way to forecast this year's election?
Fox Business Network's John Stossel went over the numbers on "The Real Story," arguing that many polls have proven to be inaccurate over the years, but overseas gamblers have proven to be the better predictors of election results.
Stossel said he created ElectionBettingOdds.com (which updates every 5 minutes) to track where the big bets are going. Overall, it presents a different picture of the race than many of the polls you've seen.
If bettors are correct, then Hillary Clinton is a shoo-in for the Democratic nomination...
Meanwhile, on the Republican side, gamblers believe that Sen. Marco Rubio will eventually become the nominee, with Donald Trump only a few points behind and getting closer.
Ted Cruz is in third place, with Jeb Bush faring better among gamblers than he has among U.S. poll respondents.
Watch the full discussion above and see more from John on Stossel, Fridays at 8:00pm ET on FBN.