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2020 US Presidential Election Odds: Bookmakers Predict Highest Voter Turnout In Over 50 Years For Donald Trump v Joe Biden

Bookmakers are predicting the highest voter turnout since 1968 in the upcoming election
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2020 US Election Odds 

Americans are already eagerly rushing to cast ballots ahead of the 2020 US election next month, and early indications show we could be in for a record turnout.

Donald Trump vs Joe Biden will be one of the most dividing US elections in recent years, and possibly ever, which will be one key contributor for the increase in votes. Another will be the involvement from celebrities and sports franchises around the country encouraging voters to make a difference and vote in the 2020 US election. 

Reports released today suggest that more than 4 million Americans have already voted, which is 50 times the amount who had voted at this point in 2016. Michael McDonald of the University of Florida suggested current voting rates could lead to a record turnout of about 150 million, representing 65% of eligible voters, the highest rate since 1908. Online bookmakers in the UK are less confident than McDonald on the turnout, however, they do currently have over 60% as the betting favorite, which would be the highest since the 1968 US election. 

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2020 US Election Odds: Voter Turnout 

1US OddsUK Decimal OddsImplied Percentage Chance
Under 55%+2453.4529%
Over 60%+1562.5639.1%

The same UK bookmaker is also offering odds on the turnout being higher or lower than the one witnessed for the 2016 US election. They currently have higher as the betting favorite, with the current odds indicating the 2020 US election has a 75.2% chance of having a higher voter turnout than in 2016. 

2020 US Election Odds: Donald Trump v Joe Biden 

Bookmakers all over the world suspended betting on the 2020 US election whilst Donald Trump received treatment for coronavirus. However, they've since re-opened the betting and have made Joe Biden the strong betting favorite. The shortest available odds on OddsChecker for Joe Biden to win the 2020 US election imply he's got a 71% chance of becoming the next POTUS. 

Donald Trump's 2020 US election odds have been pushed out by the bookmakers in recent days, the shortest odds on OddsChecker now only imply he's got a 40% chance of winning the 2020 US election. 

1US OddsUK OddsImplied Percentage Chance
Joe Biden-2502/571.4%
Donald Trump+1506/440%

2020 US Election Odds: How Many Votes For Donald Trump?

One popular UK bookmaker are offering odds on the number of votes Donald Trump will tally in the 2020 us election. The sportsbook currently has the option "55-59.99 million" as the betting favorite. 

Vote TallyUK Decimal OddsUS OddsImplied Percentage Chance
49.99 million or less1.86-11653.8%
50-54.99 million1.85-11854.1%
55-59.99 million1.65-15460.6%
60-64.99 million2.02+10249.5%
65-69.99 million3.1+21032.3%
70 million or more6.2+52016.1%

2020 US Election Odds: How Many Votes For Joe Biden?

The same UK sportsbook is predicting that Joe Biden could tally over 75 million votes in the 2020 US election. 

Vote TallyUK Decimal OddsUS OddsImplied Percentage Chance
54.99 million or less11.5+10508.7%
55-59.99 million10.5+9509.5%
60-64.99 million3.05+20532.8%
65-69.99 million2.5+15040%
70-74.99 million2.5+15040%
75 million or more2.5+15040%

The predicted vote betting markets are still fairly immature, therefore, these odds will continue to fluctuate in upcoming weeks. 

2020 US Election Odds: Betting On The US Election

Unfortunately for sports bettors in the US, betting on the upcoming US election is illegal in our country, however, the 2020 US election will still be one of the biggest global betting events in history. All our data is formed from our UK website who work with the biggest UK sportsbooks. For example, one of their partners has already taken $137 million of wagers on the 2020 US election. 

OddsChecker's data is used by some of the biggest publications in the world, including BC News, Fox News, Washington Examiner plus many more.

Even though betting on the US election isn't yet legal in the US, sports betting is in many states. Online betting sites are offering new customers huge welcome offers to join in October, click here to check them out. 

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