Sen. Bernie Sanders is expected to lose the Florida Democratic primary.

  • Florida Primary continues despite the social distancing push caused by the COVID-19 virus.
  • Joe Biden is heavily favored over Bernie Sanders with -10000 odds to win Florida.
  • According to the polls, Biden will win big in Florida, possibly being the final nail in Sanders’s campaign hopes.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Despite the fear of spreading the coronavirus, Florida has elected to continue with the Florida primary and allow voters to place their ballads for either Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden.

Polls show Biden ahead by a large margin, with bettors also taking action on the former VP to accumulate the most votes and delegates in the Sunshine State. Biden has seen a surge of support during the coronavirus, despite having to cancel rallies in leu of social distancing.

The hole may already be too deep for Sanders to climb out of, and the blow of losing Florida by that margin to Biden may finally spell the end of Sanders’s campaign.

Biden Leading In Florida

Sites with political odds and presidential odds have Biden ahead with -10000 odds to Sanders +1600 in Florida.

Odds To Win Florida Primary

  • Joe Biden -10000
  • Bernie Sanders +1600

According to the polls, Biden is currently ahead with 63.8% to Sanders 24.7% and Tulsi Gabbard rounding out the remaining 1.4%.

Biden’s odds aren’t just favored in Florida. The former VP has actually managed to gain enough favor to have shorter odds than President Donald Trump. This is the first time Trump has been an underdog this entire election.

The coronavirus has not stopped Florida from holding the primary. With Governor Ron DeSantis expressing his refusal to panic under the circumstances and ushering support for residents to go out and vote.

We’re definitely voting,” said DeSantis at a coronavirus briefing. “They voted during the Civil War. We’re going to vote.”

Once the votes are tallied we may be seeing the end of Sanders campaign, which has plummeted since the debate.

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