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The Betting Odds Say That Trump Has a Clear Path to Re-Election

The list of potential winners of the 2020 United States presidential election has been cut in half in the latest odds release and Republican voters will be happy to see that Donald Trump’s re-election odds have gotten more promising. 

Last week, Trump was +175 to win the election just over 18 months from now and today he sits at +130, the lowest his odds have been since before the Paul Manafort, Michael Cohen and Roger Stone arrests. 

We are also seeing some separation among potential Democratic candidates, with the latest release from BetOnline showing Bernie Sanders to be the closest competition at +600.

2020 Presidential Candidates

Love him or hate him, Donald Trump (+130) knows how to rally Republican voters and it has continued 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. At least, yet.

It now appears that the Republican party and the Trump administration have successfully, at least for the time being, found a way to hide the majority of the findings of the Mueller Report from widespread publication. 

In doing so, this has left both the Democratic party and the news media looking a little foolish as it now appears that Trump’s tagline of “no collusion” was actually correct.

Bernie Sanders (+600)

The runner-up for Democratic nominee in 2016 officially announced his intention to run again in 2020 and has established himself as a potential Democratic (or potential independent) nominee, at least in the eyes of bettors.

There are lingering accusations against members of Sanders’ 2016 campaign office with respect to sexual harassment and potential misconduct. It’s possible that this will be enough to derail his bid before it gets going, but one thing is for sure, there will be no shortage of people vying to run against Trump.

Kamala Harris (+900)

Kamala Harris waffled a little on whether she would run for the Democratic nomination but eventually announced that, yes, she will be taking a run at the nomination. Coming from California, she already has the support of a number of celebrities, Ellen DeGeneres chief among them, and will look to become the first female president of the United States. 

Harris entered the fray with a splash, but we’ve heard a lot less positive news about her in recent weeks with the media’s focus being on her competitors. 

Biggest Movers Over the Last Few Weeks

Entrepreneur Andrew Yang has come out of nowhere to sit at +2000 on the oddsboard after a social media push resulting from his appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast. Yang is a proponent of universal basic income and seems to be gaining steam.

Other notable names include Amy Klobuchar, who has officially announced her candidacy and sits at +5000 on the odds table, and Beto O’Rourke, the Texas senator who recently declared his intentions to run (+800).

At the same time, Tulsi Gabbard, a Democrat from Hawaii, has officially announced her candidacy for 2020, after being re-elected during the midterms. A former member of the National Guard, Gabbard will first need to navigate her way through an expected crush of nominees in her own party before running against Donald Trump.  

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
Donald Trump+130
Bernie Sanders+600
Beto O’Rourke+800
Kamala Harris+900
Joe Biden+1000
Pete Buttgieg+1000
Andrew Yang+2000
Elizabeth Warren+5000
Amy Klobuchar+5000
Cory Booker+5000
Mike Pence+6600
Kirsten Gillibrand+6600
Nikki Haley+6600
Tulsi Gabbard+10000
John Hickenlooper+10000
John Kasich+10000
Julian Castro+10000
Howard Schultz+10000
Andrew Cuomo+10000
Gavin Newsom+10000

Odds as of April 12 at BetOnline

Odds to win the 2020 united states presidential election
Democratic Party-150
Republican Party+120

Odds as of April 12 at Bovada