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US Presidential Election Odds: Odds Say Biden Is Now Over Twice As Likely As Trump To Win

Trump’s odds are the worst they’ve been since March 2019
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US Presidential Election Odds: Odds Say Biden Is Now Over Twice As Likely As Trump To Win

Donald Trump’s odds of winning the US Election today plummeted to the worst they have been for over a year and a half as Joe Biden simultaneously saw his odds reach their all-time high.

As of this morning, Biden’s odds of being the next President of the United States stood at -225, indicative of a 69.25% chance. Trump’s, by comparison, slipped to +200 which carries an implied chance of just 33.33%.

As a result, Joe Biden’s chances of winning the election are now more than double those of the incumbent President for the very first time since the market opened.

The last time Trump’s odds were this poor was in March 2019 – but at that stage it was very much unconfirmed that Joe Biden would even attempt to secure the Democrat nomination.

Despite Trump’s downward trajectory, bettors are refusing to desert him; we reported earlier today that 59% of all bets placed on the ‘Next POTUS’ market have gone in favor of the President, compared to just 35% for Biden in the same timeframe.

2020 US Presidential Election Odds

CandidateUK OddsUS OddsImplied Probability% Of Bets This Weekend
Joe Biden4/9-22569.25%35%
Donald Trump2/1+20033.3%59%

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