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2020 Presidential Odds: Trump’s Odds To Win Election At All-Time High

2020 Presidential Odds

As President Donald Trump walked onto the Mercedes-Benz Superdome’s field before college football’s national championship game Monday night, he – and wife Melania – were greeted with cheers and chants of “U-S-A” and “four more years” courtesy some of those in attendance.

The guy who was impeached the week before Christmas, directed a drone strike that killed an Iranian general, exchanged social media subtweets with Iran’s political leaders and whose Senate trial is about to commence continues to defy the echoes of criticism as he gains re-election momentum. Trump’s odds to win the 2020 presidential election are now at an all-time high of -145 at Bovada, up from -115 this time last week. And to think, you could have hammered Trump +125 just five weeks ago.

Trump’s top five challengers remain the same, but we have movement atop the oddsboard.

Bernie Sanders (+500) now leads Joe Biden (+550) as the top Democratic favorite to win the 2020 election.

After they were locked in a three-way tie at +1600 last week, Michael Bloomberg’s, Elizabeth Warren’s and Pete Buttigieg’s odds have parted ways. Bloomberg continues to buy up television airtime to spread his message and policies as his odds jumped up from 16-to-1 to 12-to-1 this week. Warren’s recent feud with Sanders should make tonight’s Iowa debate interesting as her odds dipped from 16-to-1 to 18-to-1.

Like Kamala Harris and Warren before him, Buttigieg may have peaked too early as his downward spiral continues. He’s now experienced an odds dip for five consecutive weeks from +625 on December 10 down to +2200 today as we are now less than three weeks shy of an Iowa caucus that deemed Mayor Pete the heavy favorite just a few weeks ago. 

2020 U.S. Presidential Election Odds Tracker

Please check our updated 2020 election odds tracker from Bovada that shows how the presidential favorites’ chances to win have changed over the past month.

2020 Presidential Election Odds Tracker
CandidateDec. 17 / 19Dec. 26Jan. 3Jan. 7Jan. 14
Donald Trump-105 / -105-110-120-115-145
Bernie Sanders+800/+800+800+700+700+500
Joe Biden+600 / +600+500+500+400+550
Michael Bloomberg+1400/+1400+1400+1800+1600+1200
Elizabeth Warren+1200/+1200+1100+1200+1600+1800
Pete Buttigieg+1000 / +1000+1100+1200+1600+2200
Andrew Yang+2500 / +2500+2500+2500+2500+2500
Hillary Clinton+2500 / +2500+3500+3500+4000+4000
Amy Klobuchar+6000 / +6000+4000+5000+6000+6000
Mike Pence+6000/ +6000+6000+6000+8000+8000
Nikki Haley+6000 / +6000+6000+10000+10000+10000
Tulsi Gabbard+6000 / +6000+7500+10000+15000+15000

Odds as of January 14 at Bovada

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The 2020 Election: 5 Things to Know

1) Trump’s Senate Trial

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced trial managers and delivered impeachment articles to the Senate. It’s expected President Trump’s trial will start as early as Tuesday, January 21. There are ongoing discussions of whether to allow both sides of the aisle to call witnesses and allow new evidence unheard during the House’s public hearings.

This new documentary evidence would likely include Lev Parnas’ recently released text message exchanges and subsequent media interviews, which could mean “everything” to the case against Trump or could eventually be filed away in the same drawer as the Mueller Report. No matter what, Parnas’ revelations are worth keeping tabs on if you’re backing Trump to win the 2020 election.

2) Iran Tensions Ease

It hasn’t even been 10 days since Iran hit U.S. and Iraqi military bases with ballistic missiles and the United States slapped more economic sanctions on its Middle East adversary. Yet, it does appear that both sides have drawn down their proverbial weapons and rhetoric. How this new-age cold war plays out from here is anybody’s guess.

3) Bernie and Warren Play the Feud

What started as a closed-door tiff between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren has spilled out into the mainstream media. You can learn more about it here in our Democratic nomination odds update, but this exchange at the end of the most recent debate sums up the state of their current relationship.

4) China Trade Deal and Stock Market

President Trump signed the first phase of a new trade deal with China earlier this week, while the stock market continues to set new highs on a daily basis. Although it’s not a direct correlation to the overall strength of the American economy, those checking on their 401k and pensions are thrilled. President Trump will continue to tout this bull market at every corner and it could be a big reason why he wins re-election.

5) Trump’s Head-to-Head Odds

With the Democratic field shrinking, BetOnline bookmakers have started to hone in on the top four favorites to challenge Trump in the upcoming election.

While Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden jockey for the nomination, BetOnline believes American entrepreneur Andrew Yang (-150) has the best odds to beat Trump head-to-head. At -120, Sanders vs Trump enjoy the same head-to-head odds to win the election, while Biden and Warren vs Trump are both in plus money.

Who Will Win the 2020 Election?
Donald Trump+110
Andrew Yang-150

Matchup must occur for action. Odds as of January 16 at BetOnline

Who Will Win the 2020 Election?
Donald Trump-120
Bernie Sanders-120

Matchup must occur for action. Odds as of January 16 at BetOnline

Who Will Win the 2020 Election?
Donald Trump-150
Joe Biden+110

Matchup must occur for action. Odds as of January 16 at BetOnline

Who Will Win the 2020 Election?
Donald Trump-200
Elizabeth Warren+150

Matchup must occur for action. Odds as of January 16 at BetOnline

Odds to Win 2020 Presidential Electoral College
OptionVote SpreadOdds
Donald TrumpTBA-110
The FieldTBA-110

Odds as of January 14 at BetOnline

Which Party will Win the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election
Democratic Party+115
Republican Party-150

Odds as of January 14 at  Bovada

Here are the updated odds to win the 2020 election from Bovada.

Odds to win the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election
Donald Trump-145
Bernie Sanders+500
Joe Biden+550
Michael Bloomberg+1200
Elizabeth Warren+1800
Pete Buttigieg+2200
Andrew Yang+2500
Hillary Clinton+4000
Amy Klobuchar+6000
Mike Pence +8000
Nikki Haley+10000
Michelle Obama+12500
Tulsi Gabbard+15000
Tom Steyer+30000

Odds as of January 14 at Bovada