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Debate Odds Feature Bernie's Health, Ukraine, China, Facebook and Poll Positions

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Oct/15/2019
The oddsmakers expect the other Democratic candidates to go after Bernie Sanders tonight by addressing his recent health scare.

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The site SportsBetting.ag, which specializes in politics odds along with sports, has posted a series of prop bets for tonight's Democratic debate. Gamblers can wager on a number of different possibilities and outcomes. 
 
Also below you will find the odds for Democratic nominee. Elizabeth Warren is currently the odds-on favorite at 5/6.

How many times Hunter Biden, Ukraine, China, billionaire, Facebook, fake news and impeach will be said are just a few ways to wager on the debate. Each candidate's speaking time, Twitter trends and Google searches also have odds.

The odds for seven of the candidates' poll percentages following the debate are also on the betting board.

Current odds

Will health be said by a candidate in relation to Sanders' heart attack?
Yes 1/3
No 2/1

Will Bernie Sanders withdraw his candidacy on stage?
Yes 25/1
No 1/100

Total times Ukraine is said
Over 19.5
Under 19.5

Will Hunter Biden be said by any candidate?
Yes 1/2
No 3/2

Total times China is said
Over 49.5
Under 49.5

Will NBA be said by any candidate
Yes 11/10
No 2/3

How many times will impeach, impeached or impeachment be said
Over 24.5
Under 24.5

How many times will billionaire be said
Over 9.5
Under 9.5

How many times will Obama be said by Biden?
Over 3.5
Under 3.5

Will Facebook be said by Warren?
Yes 1/3
No 2/1

Will fake news be said by any candidate?
Yes 11/10
No 2/3

Will The Rock be said by Elizabeth Warren?
Yes 1/2
No 3/2

Will Andrew Yang announce another giveaway?
Yes 2/3
No 11/10

How many times will thousand dollars be said by Andrew Yang?
Over 1.5
Under 1.5

Will any candidate say a curse word or be bleeped?
Yes 2/1
No 1/3

Will the debate be interrupted by a protester?
Yes 1/2
No 3/2

Will anyone endorse another candidate for President during debate?
Yes 5/1
No 1/10

Joe Biden poll percentage on October 18 (according to The Hill-HarrisX Daily Poll)
Over 34.5%
Under 34.5%

Bernie Sanders poll percentage on October 18 (according to The Hill-HarrisX Daily Poll)
Over 13.5%
Under 13.5%

Elizabeth Warren poll percentage on October 18 (according to The Hill-HarrisX Daily Poll)
Over 17.5%
Under 17.5%

Beto O'Rourke poll percentage on October 18 (according to The Hill-HarrisX Daily Poll)
Over 3.5%
Under 3.5%

Kamala Harris poll percentage on October 18 (according to The Hill-HarrisX Daily Poll)
Over 5.5%
Under 5.5%

Pete Buttigieg poll percentage on October 18 (according to The Hill-HarrisX Daily Poll)
Over 5.5%
Under 5.5%

Andrew Yang poll percentage on October 18 (according to The Hill-HarrisX Daily Poll)
Over 2.5%
Under 2.5%

Who  will receive the most speaking time during debate? (According to The New York Times)
Joe Biden 2-1
Elizabeth Warren 2-1
Bernie Sanders 4-1
Beto O'Rourke 6-1
Pete Buttigieg 6-1
Kamala Harris 6-1
Andrew Yang 8-1  
Cory Booker 12-1
Julián Castro 12-1
Tulsi Gabbard 12-1
Tom Steyer 12-1
Amy Klobuchar 16-1

Who will be the most searched candidate during debate? (According to Google Trends)
Joe Biden 2-1
Elizabeth Warren 2-1
Andrew Yang 5-1
Tulsi Gabbard 13-2
Bernie Sanders 7-1
Pete Buttigieg 7-1
Beto O'Rourke 8-1
Kamala Harris 8-1
Cory Booker 8-1
Tom Steyer 10-1
Julián Castro 12-1
Amy Klobuchar 16-1

Who will be tweeted about most during debate? (According to Adweek.com)
Joe Biden 2-1
Elizabeth Warren 2-1
Andrew Yang 5-1
Pete Buttigieg 6-1
Tulsi Gabbard 6-1
Bernie Sanders 7-1
Kamala Harris 9-1  
Beto O'Rourke 9-1
Tom Steyer 10-1
Julián Castro 10-1
Cory Booker 10-1
Amy Klobuchar 16-1

Which topic will receive the most debate time? (According to The New York Times)
Health Care 2-1
Gun control 3-1
Immigration 7-2
Economy 4-1
Foreign policy 5-1
Climate change 8-1  
Civil rights 10-1
 
Democratic Nominee Odds
Elizabeth Warren 5/6
Joe Biden 9/2
Andrew Yang 7/1
Bernie Sanders 10/1
Pete Buttigieg 10/1
Kamala Harris 14/1
Tom Steyer 25/1
Tulsi Gabbard 33/1
Andrew Cuomo 50/1
Beto O'Rourke 50/1
Cory Booker 50/1
Amy Klobuchar 66/1
Julian Castro 80/1
Jay Inslee 100/1
Marianne Williamson 100/1
John Delaney 150/1
Michael Bennett 150/1
Tim Ryan 150/1

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