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Sportsbooks Expect Super Bowl Interview to Boost Joe Biden’s Approval Rating

Can President Joe Biden's approval rating increase after doing a Super Bowl interview? The books seem to think so. Kyle Newman is here to break down the odds!
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Sportsbooks Expect Super Bowl Interview to Boost Joe Biden’s Approval Rating

President Biden entered 2023 with an approval rating of 41%, close to the lowest level of his presidency. However, the books think Biden´s support will improve if the President agrees to a Super Bowl interview.  

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Joe Biden's Approval Rating Odds

Biden is given -150 odds, or an implied 60% of his popularity rising to over 43.5% if the interview takes place. It would be the first time his approval has been that high since January 18th when he hit 43.6%.

The topic most likely to be discussed is jobs, with the odds being +125 or an implied 44.4% chance. The Super Bowl itself is the next most popular topic, at +150 odds or an implied 40% chance. Followed by Ukraine, +400, Build Back Better, +425, and Diversity, +500.

The Sportsbooks lean towards the Eagles as the Pennsylvania native President's favorite to win the game. Both, Philadelphia and Jalen Hurts, hold the best odds to Biden´s first mentions. Philadelphia with -400 odds, or an implied 80% chance, and Hurts with -200 odds, or an implied 66.7%.

Last year, Biden did a Super Bowl interview that led to a week of rising approval ratings. Before the interview, he sat at 41.4% and peaked at 42.4% ten days later. If he does an interview this weekend, and the same trend holds, it would lead to a 43.7% approval rating. That would be the President’s highest since January 16th, 43.9%.

Topics During the Super Bowl Presidential Interview Odds

Interview TopicsOddsImplied chance
Super Bowl+15040%
Build Back Better Act+42519%


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