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State-by-State Breakdown of Democratic Frontrunners Odds Post New Hampshire

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Feb/12/2020

The old adage says to bet with your head, not your heart. And some Americans are doing just that, according to data collected by one online bookmaker.

In addition to updated election, Nevada caucus and South Carolina primary odds, the site BetOnline.ag has created infomaps that show breakdowns of which states are betting on and rooting for candidates Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg.

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The rooting interest map was compiled using geotagged Twitter data and candidate hashtags such as #mayorpete2020 and #bernie2020.

The betting interest map is based on the total number of bets in each state for both candidates. For example, BetOnline reports that 1,056 Texans have bet on Sanders to win the Democratic nominee while 642 Texans have bet on Buttigieg. Therefore, the state goes to Sanders.

Interestingly, Sanders has a 41-9 state advantage in both maps. However, only one of the nine states backing Buttigieg match.

For the social media map, Buttigieg wins Arkansas, Delaware, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Tennessee and Virginia.

For the gambling map, Buttigieg takes Alabama, Colorado, Kansas, Maine, Minnesota, Nevada, New York, North Carolina and Ohio.

Election Odds Update

Amy Klobuchar has moved past Elizabeth Warren following her strong showing in the New Hampshire primary. On February 1, Klobuchar had 50/1 odds to represent the Democratic Party in this year's election while Warren was 10/1. You can see their current odds below.

Bernie Sanders remains a short favorite to win the nominee. He is also the odds-on favorite for both the Nevada caucus and South Carolina Primary.

Election odds are subject to change and you can find current odds here: https://www.betonline.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/politics-futures

Democratic Nominee     Odds
Bernie Sanders     5/4
Michael Bloomberg     11/4
Pete Buttigieg     7/1
Joe Biden     10/1
Amy Klobuchar     14/1
Elizabeth Warren     20/1
Hillary Clinton     33/1
Michelle Obama     66/1
Tom Steyer     66/1
Tulsi Gabbard     80/1

    
Presidential Election     Odds
Donald Trump     5/8
Bernie Sanders     7/2
Michael Bloomberg     7/1
Pete Buttigieg     14/1
Joe Biden     25/1
Amy Klobuchar     33/1
Elizabeth Warren     50/1
Hillary Clinton     100/1
Mike Pence     100/1
Michelle Obama     125/1
Tom Steyer     150/1
Tulsi Gabbard     150/1

    
Nevada Caucus     Odds
Bernie Sanders     1/5
Pete Buttigieg     5/1
Joe Biden     8/1
Amy Klobuchar     9/1
Elizabeth Warren     50/1
Tom Steyer     50/1

    
South Carolina Primary     Odds
Bernie Sanders     4/5
Joe Biden     6/5
Amy Klobuchar     12/1
Pete Buttigieg     12/1
Tom Steyer     12/1
Elizabeth Warren     50/1

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