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Trump, Warren Favorites to Win 2020 Election Following Democratic Debate

Elizabeth Warren’s rivals came out swinging during the most recent Democratic debate on October 15, but her odds to win the 2020 election remain steady at +250 and she is the left side of the aisle’s overwhelming betting favorite. Embroiled in an impeachment inquiry, while also dealing with a foreign policy disaster in Turkey and Syria, President Donald Trump continues to stave off controversies as he remains the favorite to win the 2020 election at +120 futures.

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

Odds to win the 2020 Election
Not Elizabeth Warren-400
Not Donald Trump-160
Donald Trump+120
Elizabeth Warren+250
Joe Biden+800
Andrew Yang+1200
Pete Buttigieg+1400
Bernie Sanders+1600
Kamala Harris+3300
Mike Pence+5000
Tom Steyer+5000
Tulsi Gabbard+6600
Cory Booker+10000
Amy Klobuchar+12500
Beto O’Rourke+12500

Odds as of October 16 at BetOnline

As you can see, despite Trump’s and Warren’s position as the Republican and Democratic favorites to win the 2020 election, both are minus money as it relates to them not winning. To put it another way, the minus money suggests it’s more unlikely than “likely” that Trump or Warren is the 46th president of the United States. So, the remaining field of candidates does possess a chance at winning the White House, according to these odds.

Joe Biden didn’t do enough during the debate to move the needle and close the gap between himself and Warren. Though some polls indicate Biden is the preferred moderate candidate, Warren slices into his approval rating on what has become a weekly basis.

A tip of the hat to Bernie Sanders who, two weeks after suffering a heart attack, displayed the same energy and passion up on the debate stage last Tuesday as he has throughout his multiple presidential runs. Oddsmakers at  Bovada noticed because after falling behind Andrew Yang last week, Sanders saw his odds rise from +2000 to +1400 and he retained his familiar position behind Warren and Biden.

Depending on the book, Yang and Mayor Pete Buttigieg possess the third- and fourth-best or fourth- and fifth-best odds. Buttigieg was one of Warren’s harshest critics during the Columbus debate, but it doesn’t appear his approach impressed bookmakers enough to push him past 14-to-1 odds. Yang just doesn’t get to speak often enough during debates to gain the traction he needs to see a jump in polls/odds.

Amy Klobuchar, who has been at the rear of the pack for weeks, tried to challenge Warren, almost admonishing her by calling her Elizabeth during cross-talk. Klobuchar was so animated during the debate that some media pundits believed she made enough noise to be the proverbial winner. If that’s the case, it doesn’t show in updated odds as she continues to bring up the rear.

Here is our updated 2020 election odds tracker that shows how the presidential favorites’ chances to win have changed over the past two months.

2020 Presidential Election Odds Tracker
CandidateSept. 17Sept. 24/25Oct. 1Oct. 8Oct. 16
Donald Trump+105+110 / +120+120+125+120
Elizabeth Warren+400+375 / +300+275+250+225
Joe Biden+550+550 / +600+700+700+700
Bernie Sanders+900+1100 / +1200+1200+2000+1400
Pete Buttigieg+2500+2500 / +2500+2500+2000+1600
Andrew Yang+1500+1500 / +1500+1500+1500+2000
Hillary Clinton+5000+4000 / +4000+4000OTB+3300
Kamala Harris+1600+2500 / +2500+3000+3300+4500
Mike Pence+6000+6000 / +4000+4000+3300+4500
Nikki HaleyN/ANA / +5000+4000+4000+5000

Odds as of October 16 at Bovada

How to bet on the 2020 U.S. presidential election

Every single day there is a new twist to the Donald Trump impeachment inquiry as the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee continues to hand out subpoenas, witnesses then testify and a report of new information floods the 24-hour news cycle. It’s enough to make your head spin. However, if the inquiry had gained any steam toward a decision to impeach or not over the past week, oddsmakers appear unfazed. It’s practically a coin flip.

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Odds as of October 16 at Bovada

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

Odds as of October 16 at Bovada