2020 US Election Odds: Vice Presidential Debate Impact
Kamala Haris and Mike Pence will lock horns in just over an hour in Utah, in a debate, we hope goes a lot smoother than last weeks battle between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
Given recent happenings, coronavirus is expected to dominate proceedings in Utah, following the outbreak of the disease in the White House. There's absolutely no doubt Donald Trump's quick recovery and blaming of China will come into question from Kamala Harris.
Despite a few people in the media downplaying the Vice Presidential Debate, and the impact it will have on the 2020 US election odds. Tonight's event will live long in the memory of Americans, and could have a significant implifications on the 2024 US election odds.
Online bookmakers currently have Kamala Harris and Mike Pence at the top of the 2024 US election betting market, alongside Joe Biden. All three of the potential candidates have been priced at +600 (6/1), which implies they've got a 14.3% chance of winning the US election in four years time.
There are a few surprising names which have found themselves fairly high in the 2024 US election betting market, including Dwayne Johnson who has been made the 6th favorite. Dwayne Johnson's odds imply he's got a 4.8% chance of winning the election.
Michelle Obama has made the headlines again this week, sparking thousands of people asking her to run for the White House. Obama's odds imply she's got a 2.9% chance of winning the 2024 US election.
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2024 US Election Odds
|UK Odds||US Odds||Implied % Chance|
|Donald Trump Jnr||33/1||+3300||2.9%|
Vice Presidential Debate: 2020 US Election Odds
Since Donald Trump's covid scare was reported in the mainstream media, Joe Biden's odds of winning the 2020 US election have plummeted. Online bookmakers have now priced Joe Biden as short as -250 (2/5) to win the US election, which implies he's got a 71.4% chance of doing so.
The best odds available for Donald Trump winning the 2020 US election are +188 (15/8), which implies he's only got a 34.8% chance of doing so. It's been a bad few months for the President, as it was only in May when his odds implied he had over a 61% chance of winning the 2020 US election.
However, the betting public doesn't think the 2020 US election is as one-sided. In the 24-hours leading into the VP debate, Donald Trump has accounted for a massive 59% of all bets in the 2020 US election betting market. In the same time period, Joe Biden has accounted for 35% of wagers.
|UK Odds (Best Odds Available)||US Odds (Best Odds Available)||Implied % Chance||% Of Wagers In The Last 24-hours|
Betting on the 2020 US election and Vice Presidential Debate
Unfortunately betting on the 2020 US election and various upcoming debates isn't legal in the US just yet, hopefully, this will change for the 2024 US election. 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.
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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