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2020 US Presidential Election Odds: Donald Trump Dominates Joe Biden In The Betting

Joe Biden’s odds have been cut again over the weekend, but Donald Trump continues to be supported by online bettors
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2020 US Election Odds

Online bookmakers cut Joe Biden's 2020 US election odds over the weekend from -192 - following the vice-presidential debate - to -225. Put simply, this implies his chances of winning the 2020 US election have grown from 65.8% to 69.2%.

On the other side of the election, Donald Trump’s 2020 US election odds have shifted from +188 to +210. Which implies Trump’s election chances decreased from 34.8% to just 32.3%.

Despite the sportsbooks believing Joe Biden is the clear favorite to win the 2020 US election, the betting public is at a complete disagreement.

Over the weekend, just under 59% of bets on the 2020 US election have been on Donald Trump winning next months election. In the same time period, Joe Biden has accounted for just 35% of bets on the 2020 US election.

2020 US Election Odds And Betting

CandidateUK OddsUS OddsImplied Probability% Of Bets This Weekend
Joe Biden4/9-22569.2%35%
Donald Trump21/10+21032.3%59%

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2020 US Election: Donald Trump’s Odds Of Winning The Election

Donald Trumps was the long-time favorite to win the 2020 US Election, his odds implied he had a 61.9% chance of winning the election back in February. However, his odds have slowly slipped since then and now imply just a 32.3% chance of winning the election.

2020 US Election: Joe Biden’s Odds Of Winning The Election

Joe Biden had very little chance of winning the 2020 US election back in January 2019, at the beginning of 2019 his odds implied he had a 5.9% chance of winning the election. However, his odds shot up in early March 2020 and became the betting favorite in June 2020.

2024 US Election Odds

We reported just after the vice-presidential debate last week that Joe Biden, Mike Pence and Kamala Harris were the joint-favorites to win the 2024 US election. However, since last weeks debate, both Joe Biden’s and Mike Pence’s 2024 US election odds have both been cut.

Online sportsbooks now have Biden and Pence at +600 to win the 2024 US election, which implies they both have a 16.7% chance.

2024 US election odds

CandidateUK OddsUS OddsImplied Probability
Joe Biden5/1+50016.7%
Mike Pence5/1+50016.7%
Kamala Harris6/1+60014.3%
Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez16/1+16005.9%
Nikki Haley16/1+16005.9%
Donald Trump20/1+20004.8%
Dwayne Johnson25/1+25003.8%
Ivanka Trump25/1+25003.8%

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As mentioned, US residents can't legally bet on the 2020 US election, however, there some states can bet on various sports worldwide. All the biggest online sportsbooks offer welcome offers for new customers, check out what's available in your state here.

 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 $157 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.


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