- Jeb Bush's odds for the Republican nomination are at 9%
- Marco Rubio leads the pack with his odds for the nomination at 40%
Before the Republican debate, Bush's odds to capture the Republican nomination were at 9%.
Bush, who was previously a party favorite for the Republican nomination, performed poorly at the last Republican debate hosted by CNBC on October 28 and has been struggling to keep momentum in his campaign for president.
A favorite from the last debate was Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, who leads the pack with his odds for the nomination at 40%, with real estate mogul Donald Trump at second with 18%.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz ties with Bush for third at 9% odds, and Ben Carson's chances are at 7%.
CNN's Political Prediction Market, administered by a company called Pivit, is game that factors polls and other elements and invites users to predict where the election will go. The markets change as the public weighs in on the increasing or decreasing chance that a candidate or party wins or loses an election. It should not be confused as a survey from real voters.