US Election: Elizabeth Warren's Chances Of Winning Democrat Nomination Quadruple

The Massachusetts Senator is now deemed likelier than Bernie Sanders, with only Joe Biden ahead of her.
Pete Watt
Mon, June 17, 1:01 PM EDT

Joe Biden +300

Elizabeth Warren +500

Pete Buttigieg +600

Bernie Sanders +650

Kamala Harris +800

Andrew Yang +1600

 

Elizabeth Warren is now as short as +500 to attain the Democratic ticket for the 2020 US Presidential Election.

The veteran senator has seen her chances of taking on Trump quadruple in as many months, having been a +2800 outside at the end of March.

In relative terms, those figures mean that oddsmakers have increased her chances from 3.5% to over 16%.

Bernie Sanders, long-time favorite in the market before Biden officially announced his campaign, has also dropped behind Pete Buttigieg in the race.

Kamala Harris makes up the top five and is the only other candidate who is deemed to be in with a chance; Andrew Yang is as long as +2500 with some books.

Oddschecker spokesperson Pete Watt: “The polls and the books are in agreement on Warren’s rise, with the Senator this week achieving double-digit numbers for the first time since announcing her campaign

“Bettors have also fallen into line, with Warren accounting for over a quarter - 27.4% - of bets placed in the previous quarter.

“Joe Biden may still be the favorite, but the race is far from run and the activity on this market will only increase as we draw closer to the election.”

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