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2024 Presidential Election Latest Odds and Betting: Donald Trump Getting Over 54% Of Bets

Nearly three years away from the next United States Presidential election, we have a breakdown of the latest odds for the next President.
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2024 Presidential Election Latest Odds and Betting: Donald Trump Getting Over 54% Of Bets

Donald Trump jumps Biden, Harris now favorite to win 2024 election

There have been a few 2024 favorites since the market opened. It started with Kamala Harris, then went to Joe Biden, then Harris again. Throughout the process, though, Donald Trump has remained a distant third until now.

European oddsmakers have move Donald Trump from +650 to +350, and as a result, he’s the odds-on favorite to win the election. Harris has moved from +350 to +550, moving her back to third place. Joe Biden remains in second place, though his odds shifted from +400 to +375. While this may be shocking in America, it makes perfect sense in Europe.

See, Donald Trump is the massive betting favorite. Over the last 30 days, 54.2% of bets have been placed on Trump to win the election. Joe Biden is second with 10.2% of bets. Then Kamala Harris and Ron DeSantis both have 5.6% of bets.

Could Donald Trump join Grover Cleveland as the only president to have two separated terms in office? Bettors and now oddsmakers seem to believe so. Bettors have been on the Republican party to have a significant bounce-back in 2022 and 2024, as they expect them to win both the House and Senate in 2022. Europe has next to no faith in the Democratic party’s ability to maintain its hold on the government.


CandidateOddsImplied Chance
Donald Trump+35022.2%
Joe Biden+37521.1%
Kamala Harris+55015.4%
Ron Desantis+11008.3%
Nikki Haley+18005.3%
Mike Pence+18005.3%
Pete Buttigieg+33002.9%
Elise Stefanik+40002.4%
Kristi Noem+40002.4%
Mike Pompeo+40002.4%

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