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Trump and Republicans are Betting Underdogs for 2020

Donald Trump remains the individual favorite to win the United States presidential election in 24 months, however, the Democratic party is the betting favorite to win the same election. How can that be? 

Well, that’s because of plain ol’ math. Much like a bet on who will win the Super Bowl, a team that is guaranteed to be in the game will have better odds than the other teams who are fighting to get in. Oddsmakers know that Trump will be “in the game” but are unsure which of the Democratic candidates will be his opponent.  

Odds to win the 2020 united states presidential election
PartyOdds
Democratic Party-125
Republican Party-105

2020 Presidential Candidates

Love him or hate him, Donald Trump (+150) knows how to rally Republican voters and it’s continuing to work. Day after day there is a firestorm of tweets from and incredulous news reports about the current president, however nothing major enough to shift Trump from being the top Republican in the land. 

ORourke & HArris Both at +1000

Seemingly coming out of nowhere to jump onto the national political stage, Texas Senate runner-up Beto O’Rourke has rocketed into a tie with California Senator Kamala Harris near the top of the odds table.

O’Rourke helped inspire a shifting electorate in Texas that saw record numbers come out for the midterm elections but at the end of the day, Ted Cruz won by a slim 51-48 percent margin. O’Rourke’s popularity, though, has thrust him into the national spotlight as he and Harris are now the two front-runners to represent the Democrats in 2020. 

Celebrity Candidate Groundswell Has Slowed

With Trump emerging from the world of real estate and reality TV, there was early consideration given to some potential celebrity candidates for president in 2020, however that discussion has given way to more seasoned political candidates from the left. If you think there’s a shot, though, you can still get your bets in on Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (+4000), Oprah Winfrey (+3000) or even Elon Musk’s buddy, Joe Rogan (+20000). 

The full list of odds for celebrities and politicians alike to win the 2020 United States presidential election is below:

Odds to win the 2020 united states presidential election
NameOdds
Donald Trump+150
Kamala Harris+1000
Beto O’Rourke+1000
Bernie Sanders+1200
Joe Biden+1400
Elizabeth Warren+2000
Mike Pence+2000
Cory Booker+2000
Kirsten Gillibrand+3000
Oprah Winfrey+3000
Michelle Obama+3300
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson+4000
Michael Avenatti+4000
Nikki Haley+5000
Andrew Cuomo+5000
John Kasich+5000
Mitch Landrieu+5000
Paul Ryan+5500
Julian Castro+6000
Chris Murphy+6000
Amy Klobuchar+6000
Bob Iger+6000
Eric Garcetti+6000
Tom Steyer+6000
Sherrod Brown+6000
Howard Schultz+6000
Tulsi Gabbard+6600
Marco Rubio+6600
Mitt Romney+6600
Ben Shapiro+6600
Tom Wolf+6600
John Hickenlooper+6600
Joe Kennedy III+6600
Hillary Clinton+6600
Mark Zuckerberg+6600
Mark Cuban+7000
Orrin Hatch+7500
Rahm Emanuel+7500
Tim Kaine+8000
George Clooney+8000
Ted Cruz+8000
Rand Paul+8000
Terry McAuliffe+8000
Tammy Duckworth+10000
Jeb Bush+10000
Martin O’Malley+10000
Trey Gowdy+10000
Leonardo DiCaprio+10000
Bill Gates+10000
Ivanka Trump+15000
Kanye West+15000
Chelsea Clinton+15000
Will Smith+20000
Joe Rogan+20000
Tom Brady+20000

Odds as of November 28 at Bovada

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