2020 US Presidential Election Odds: Donald Trump's Odds Plummet Following Early Florida Indications

Donald Trump's odds plummet in Florida which has a big impact on the overall election betting
Sam Eaton
Tue, November 3, 8:06 PM EST

2020 US Presidential Election Odds: Donald Trump's Odds Plummet Following Early Florida Indications

Just over an hour ago, Donald Trump's odds implied he had a 33.3% chance of winning the 2020 US election, however, a few early indications from Flordia have provided a massive boost to Trump's campaign. 

The Republicans odds of winning in Flordia shortened earlier to -143 which indicated Donald Trump had a 62.5% chance of winning. However, those odds have plummeted. The Republicans odds of winning in Florida now implying they've got a 85.7% chance of winning.

2020 US Election Odds: Florida State Betting 

  UK Odds US Odds Implied % Chance
Democrats 1/6 -600 85.7%
Republicans 6/1 +600 14.3%

US Election Betting: Florida Betting

OddsChecker's Head Of Marketing, Sam Eaton "Donald Trump is currently ahead in Florida and the sportsbooks have been quick to slash the odds on the Democrats winning the state. Just over 70% of bets in Florida on Election Day have been placed on the Democratic's winning". 

2020 US Presidential Election Odds

Donald Trump's odds have been cut in the overall election betting market, his odds now imply he's got a 45.5% chance of winning the election. Just over an hour ago, his odds implied he only had a 33.3% chance of winning. 

We reported previously that around this time in 2016, Donald Trump's odds only implied he had just over 20% chance of winning the election. 

2020 US Presidential Election Odds

 

US Odds

UK Odds

Implied % Chance

Donald Trump

+120

6/5

45.5%

Joe Biden

-125

4/5

55.6%

 

2020 US Election: Betting On The Election

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