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How Are The Betting Odds for the 2020 Presidential Election Tightening Up?
Going back to earlier in August, the betting odds for which party will control the White House next were a toss-up. Both parties had posted odds of -115 to win. The pendulum has swung back in favor of the Democrats as -125 favorites. The updated betting odds that the Republicans maintain control of the presidency are now set at -105.
As far as Trump’s betting odds to be the Republican candidate in 2020, he is still a heavy favorite with vice-president Mike Pence a distant second. As far as Trump’s odds to win the 2020 election, they also slipped from an even-money +100 to +110 on the latest board. His current trade war with China is not helping the cause with more talks of a recession looming.
The battle for the presidential nomination in the Democratic Party could be turning into a two-person race. Elizabeth Warren has emerged as a +220 favorite to win. A few weeks back, she was second on the list at +300 betting odds. Joe Biden has been considered the frontrunner since announcing his candidacy for president. The former vice president in the Obama administration is listed at +240 odds to win. He was the leader on the board earlier this month at +250 odds.
Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sands & Kamala Harris
Things drop off from there with Kamala Harris third at +500 followed by Bernie Sanders at +600 odds. Harris made a run towards the top of the list earlier this summer, but it has been a steady decline ever since. She was listed as a +475 third-favorite in early August. Sanders continues to stay relevant with bettors moving up from +700 odds a few weeks back. Pete Buttigieg appears to have a firm grip on the fifth spot on this list. He went from +800 up to +900 on the current betting board.
Andrew Yang is worth a mention at +1200 before the odds jump to +4000 for Hillary Clinton and Tulsi Gabbard. Some of the longest odds on the board include Oprah Winfrey (+15000) and Robby Wells (+15000).
The betting prop to win the 2020 US Presidential Election starts with Trump (+110) in the lead. On this board, Warren and Biden are in a dead heat as +500 second-favorites. Sanders is next at +1000 and Harris is fourth at +1400; rounding out the Top 5. If you are looking to take a flyer on DC outsiders, George Clooney and Kanye West are still on the board at +100000.
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