US Presidential Election Betting

Us Presidential Election 2020 Winner Odds

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Donald Trump11/101102.1011/101102.1010/11-1101.9111/101102.1010/11-1101.9110/11-1101.911-100210/11-1101.9111/101102.1011/101102.10
Kamala Harris25250026333300341414001533330034333300342020002118180019202000213333003433330034
Beto ORourke12512500126100100001016666006710010000101808000816666006710010000101666600671001000010110010000101
Joe Biden11/25506.505500613/26507.5013/26507.5013/26507.506600711/25506.506600713/26507.5055006
Elizabeth Warren7/23504.5044005440054400544005440054400550/13384.6153846154.854400544005
Bernie Sanders11110012101000111010001199001012120013111100129900101111001299001010100011
Amy Klobuchar10010000101200200002011501500015115015000151100100001011001000010115015000151100100001011501500015120020000201
Mike Pence80800081100100001011001000010110010000101100100001018080008110010000101808000811001000010110010000101
Tulsi Gabbard12512500126150150001514040004180800081100100001014040004110010000101404000418080008115015000151
Kirsten Gillibrand         150150001512002000020115015000151   1501500015115015000151   
Nikki Haley12512500126100100001011501500015115015000151150150001511501500015115015000151150150001511501500015110010000101
Michelle Obama15015000151150150001511501500015120020000201100100001011501500015110010000101150150001512002000020115015000151

US Presidential Election 2020 Betting and Odds Preview

usa flagWith the USA presidential elections just around the corner, everyone is impatient to see if Donald Trump can keep his shaky post. The controversial American president is widely expected to run for another term in 2020, with many experts seeing him running and winning yet again. Donald Trump’s time at the White House was filled with equal moments of fun and outrage, and it’s clear that his reign will go down into the history books as one of the most controversial. With more than a year until the series of elections take place, the battle, like always, will be fought between the Democrats and Republicans. And, although the Republicans will most likely give their support to Trump, the situation is unclear in the Democratic wing. Michelle Obama has been namedropped as a candidate recently, while many think that the Democrats will either support Hillary Clinton once again or Bernie Sanders. Whoever they choose, their candidate will have a hard time getting Trump out of the White House. The 2020 Presidential Elections will be interesting from a few points of views. Rapper Kanye West has already announced his plans to run next year, just like Hollywood star Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. And, although their chances are not expected to be big nor they are expected to really run for president, the failing Democrat and Republican support may result in an unlikely candidate winning. As we’re closing in on the date, the 2020 US presidential election odds are already out at bookies. Even though the list of candidates has yet to be confirmed, bookies have listed their major favourites with some mind-boggling odds. Kanye and Dwayne Johnson are on the list, just like all the politicians you’d expect. One glaring omission is the absence of former US president Barack Obama, which probably means he won’t run next year. There will be a member from the Obama family running, though, and she’s reasonably high up the list.

How Good Are Trump’s Chances?

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Donald Trump

With his restrictive views on immigration and more than a few questionable decisions, Donald Trump’s time as the president of the United States can be described as controversial. From ‘covfefe’ to building a wall on the US-Mexico border, Trump will go down as one of the most controversial presidents in American history. That’s not to say that the former business mogul doesn’t have his supporters. In fact, you’d be surprised to know that many experts fully consider him to win another term no matter who the Democrats support. Trump’s support may look like it’s in a downward spiral, but the election betting odds paint a different picture. Currently, Trump is a major favourite for another term in the White House. He’s available at 9/5 at SportNation, Letou, SportPesa, and Fun88, ahead of potential presidential candidates such as Kamala Harris and Michelle Obama. No matter who he runs against, Trump’s odds show that he still has supporters on his side, and they could make all the difference.

Can Kamala Harris Bring Down Trump?

For those of you who aren’t that invested in the American political scene, Kamala Harris is the current serving Junior US Senator of California. A politician with a law background, Harris is a member of the Democrats who served as California’s Attorney General between 2011 and 2017. Apart from Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris is widely tipped to become the Democrat Party’s main “weapon” in next year’s elections. Kamala Harris’ odds are too far from Trump’s to attract many punters. However, if you believe that the USA is ready to move past Trump’s 2016 election, picking Harris is a safe bet. Hillary Clinton’s devastating loss 3 years ago probably ended her political career, and it’s time for the Democrats to make another gamble just like they did with Obama before. Harris is available at 15/2 at Fun88, SportPesa, Letou, and SportNation. Not exactly the odds for a favourite and she certainly isn’t. But, place a small bet on her and it might pay big in the end. Whatever happens, Harris will be a strong candidate should the Democrats pick her to run. At the same time, bookies are giving Beto O’Rourke the same odds (15/2) to win the 2020 elections.

Does Bernie Sanders Have What It Takes to Win?

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Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders was surely the biggest hit of the last presidential elections. After announcing his campaign in 2015, Sanders went from a longshot to a serious candidate for the Democrats, winning 23 primaries and caucuses. Refusing to take big donations for his campaign, Sanders became a people’s champion talking about a “political revolution” that struck the right chord with many voters. He eventually lost to Hillary Clinton but made a lot of fans. And, although Sanders has been coy about running in 2020 again, many experts believe him to start a campaign once again. People still love Sanders, and if the Democrats choose to give him a chance, he surely stands a chance against Trump. Bookies believe so as well, giving him 16/1 chances to win the 2020 elections (SportPesa, SportNation, Fun88, Letou). Of course, these odds don’t make him a favourite. However, people love Bernie and that might prove crucial. At 16/1, betting on Sanders to win the elections is a good idea. If you’re into political betting, you know that people’s opinions are easily and quickly swayed, and that favourites can fall down from the top pretty easily. If Trumps makes another mistake, Sanders’ chances will go up, and with it, so will your chances to win.

What Are Michelle Obama’s Chances?

In the past few months, there’s been a lot of chatter about Michelle Obama running for president in the next elections. This hasn’t been confirmed by any members from the Obama family or the Democrats, but it makes perfect sense. Michelle Obama was one of the most loved First Ladies of the United States, having as many fans as her husband did. No controversies behind her as well, and we all know how parties love picking a candidate with a spotless resume. If Michelle Obama decides to run, she’ll still have to fight her way through a variety of strong political figures including Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. Still, bookies didn’t miss on the opportunity to place her on the list of potential winners, giving her odds of 50/1 (Fun88, SportNation, Letou, SportPesa). With the chatter about her running in the 2020 presidential elections getting louder, we’d place a small bet on Michelle Obama. If she ends up standing as Trump’s main candidate, you can bet that she’s going to have a lot of support, and it would be wrong not to capitalize on it. Can Kanye or The Rock Become the New American President? Although we’re not even sure if Kanye West or The Rock were truly serious when they mentioned they might run for president years ago, bookies rarely miss opportunities to capitalize on longshots. As a result, most have included the rapper and actor in their list of favourites, although the odds are expectedly high. For example, Kanye’s odds stand at 150/1 at SportPesa, Fun88, SportNation, and Letou, while The Rock is surprisingly higher on the list with 66/1. If you like a gamble, place a small bet on either, but don’t hold your breath on any of them running for president.