The long-time Vermont senator is the favorite in Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada
Bernie Sanders is currently the favorite to win the first three states in the 2020 Democrat Primaries, according to oddsmakers.
Iowa comes first, where multiple polls have suggested a very tight race between Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren.
However, Bernie’s odds as of today were +150, which has an implied probability of 40.00%, with his nearest challenger being Biden on 30.80%. Buttigieg and Warren follow with 16.70% and 9.10% respectively.
New Hampshire, meanwhile, looks almost certain to go to Sanders as his current price of -175 is indicative of a 63.60% chance.
Nevada is decidedly closer, where Biden is hot on his heels; the former VPs odds of +110 give a percentage chance of 47.62, with Sanders just ahead on 50.00%.
Oddschecker spokesperson Pete Watt: “This books have oscillated significantly over the course of the campaign so far.
We’ve seen the rise and ultimate fall of Kamala Harris, with Elizabeth Warren now seemingly following a similar trajectory.
Is Sanders on the same path, or is he peaking at just the right time?