Biden Now Two to One Favorite to Win Election

Biden Now Two to One Favorite to Win Election

October 15, 2020

There are really 2 different bets to be made on the Presidential election. One is for winner of the popular vote and the other is for the electoral college (The one that in fact matters). Biden, they state, is basically a shoe-in for the popular vote but if you are feeling froggy and think that maybe the BLM riots might have turned a lot of people off of the Democrat celebration you can make some money.

When the odds begin sneaking really hard to the then democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, we appear to be going down the same roadway as 2016. They got as high as Hillary 6-1 preferred before the cut off. This election cycle it is Joe Biden representing the Democrat side of things and Donald Trump is playing the role of the underdog once again.

Popular Vote Odds since 10/15/20

Biden -650 Trump +450

The odds for who will actually be the President come November are a lot closer however Biden is still in some way a 2-1 preferred regardless of HunterGate. These chances are taken from the online betting store SportsBetting.ag

Winner Presidential Election 2020

Biden -210 Trump +175 Pence +3300 Harris +6000

2024 Presidential Election Betting Odds

Kamala Harris +300 Joe Biden +700 Mike Pence +800 Yang +1000 Michelle Obama +2000 AOC +2500 President Trump +3300 The Rock +5000 Kanye West +5150 Ivanka Trump +10000.

Here are the Current chances as offered by BetOnline.ag.

Yep, you read that properly. There are wagering odds offered for the 2024 election. Feel complimentary to do so if you want to tie your cash up for four years.

There are wagering odds offered for the 2024 election.

There are actually 2 separate bets to be made on the Presidential election. Biden, they say, is pretty much a shoe-in for the popular vote but if you are feeling froggy and think that perhaps the BLM riots might have turned a lot of people off of the Democrat celebration you can make some cash.

We seem to be going down the exact same road as 2016 when the odds begin sneaking truly tough to the then democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. This election cycle it is Joe Biden representing the Democrat side of things and Donald Trump is playing the function of the underdog once again.