The Online Betting Odds To Win The 2020 Presidential Election
Bovada online sportsbook has several betting futures on the board when it comes to the 2020 US presidential election. You can bet on who will win outright along with the successful Democratic and Republican nominee. The recently updated odds for which party will claim the presidency in 2020 still favors the Democratic Party at -125 with the betting odds set at -105 that the Republican Party will maintain control of the White House.’
At the center of all is one of the best political ringleaders of all time; Donald Trump. Most bettors would have these props on the side burner until later in 2019 when the actual election is less than a year out. However, Trump has a way of keeping things interesting with just his daily tweets alone.
Why Is Betting on Trump in 2020 is an Even-Money Proposition?
A few things that have become rather clear according to the current odds is that Trump is the clear favorite to win his party’s nomination and Joe Biden is the clear frontrunner to be his opponent with the Democratic nomination. Trump’s odds are set at -800 that he will be on the 2020 ticket running for re-election. If the smoking gun that could still derail Trump’s political career is finally revealed, Mike Pence at +1400 is second on the list. As an outspoken critic of Trump’s efforts as president, Mitt Romney becomes a value pick at +2800 to run for his job with the Republican nomination.
What Are The Online Betting Odds To Win The 2020 Presidential Election?
Biden’s odds to win his party’s nomination are down to +200 with Bernie Sanders still in strong contention as a +400 second-favorite. The race for the Democratic nomination has tightened up a bit in recent weeks with Pete Buttigieg third on the list at +450 followed by Kamala Harris at +500. The odds drop off from there with Andrew Yang rounding out the Top 5 at +1200.
The big board at Bovada for the odds to win the 2020 US presidential election is a rather eclectic collection. There are betting odds posted for close to 60 people from all walks of life. Trump still heads the list as a +100 even-money favorite followed by Biden at +425 betting odds. Sanders is third on that list at +750 with Buttigieg (+1100) and Harris (+1200) rounding out the Top 5.
While the top of the list is generally filled with actual politicians, speculation runs wild from there. Bill Gates is on the list at +10000 betting odds if the country wants to shift gears with another self-made billionaire. Also at those same odds are Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama.
Sticking with billionaires running the country, Mark Cuban’s odds to become the next president are set at +15000. Stretching that same theme a bit too far is Mark Zuckerberg at +20000.
Hollywood weighs in with Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and George Clooney at +100000 betting odds. You could also add Leonardo DiCaprio, Will Smith and Kanye West to that list of presidential hopefuls from the world of entertainment.
If you were not a big fan of Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, you can bet on her daughter Chelsea at +100000. You can also get those same odds for Trump’s daughter Ivanka.