(Bloomberg) — With one day to go until Election Day in the U.S., investors seem less certain of the outcome than prediction-market gamblers and polling aggregators.

Options bets on where the S&P 500 will be the day after the election suggest Hillary Clinton has a 63% chance of becoming president, Janus Capital said in an e-mail on Saturday. Most polling-aggregation forecasts put her odds of beating Donald Trump at more than 80%, with FiveThirtyEight an outlier at 65%. On websites that take wagers on the winner, Clinton’s lowest odds are in the Iowa Electronic Markets, where they climbed this weekend to over 70%, thanks in part to Sunday’s news that the FBI won’t revisit its July decision against seeking criminal charges related to her e-mail practices.

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