- Donald Trump has +170 odds of being re-elected in the 2020 US Presidential Election.
- Bovada has the Democratic Party listed as heavy favorites (-650) to win the popular vote in the 2020 Presidential Election.
- The Democratic Party has won the popular vote in the past three Presidential Elections.
WASHINGTON D.C. – The end of the 2020 Presidential campaign season is on the horizon as there is a little under a month left until millions of Americans head to the polls to vote for the next Commander in Chief.
While the end of the Election season is near President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden still have one more debate planned despite the second one tabbed for later this week being officially canceled.
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) October 9, 2020
Biden has seen his odds to become the next President of the United States shrink to -200. The former Vice President is beginning to extend his lead over Trump in the 2020 US Presidential Odds race.
Donald Trump being the underdog in an election is nothing new as he was in a similar position in 2016 when facing Hillary Clinton. Trump’s +170 odds might be worth the risk as an underdog as he’s shown he can pull off an upset.
One of the most popular bet on political props across legal sportsbooks is which party will win the popular vote in the 2020 US Presidential Election. This betting prop differs from betting on which candidate will win the election simply because a candidate could win the popular vote but still lose the election based on the Electoral College like in 2016. Nonetheless, the popular vote has been won by the Democratic Party in the past three elections showing that country is slowly shifting to more liberal views.
Bovada – Which Party Will Win the Popular Vote?
- Democrats -650
- Republicans +400
MyBookie – Party to Win the Popular Vote
- Democrats -700
- Republicans +400
BetOnline – Nominee to Win the Popular Vote
- Joe Biden -800
- Donald Trump +500
The Democrats are overwhelmingly favored at sportsbooks to win the popular vote and rightfully so, the party has performed well in this part of the political process winning it in seven of the last eight Presidential Elections.
The Democratic Party winning the popular vote has seemingly become a norm in the election, but the Republicans have mastered a path to the White House by winning the Electoral College.
If betting on the 2020 Presidential Election, bettors should fade any odds on the Republican Party or President Trump winning the popular vote as history and sportsbooks show. If looking to bet on the Republicans or Trump take any odds on them to win the overall Presidential Election or the Electoral College as those odds are more likely to hit.
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