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Dems No Longer Favored to Win in 2020: Bettors Back Trump Repeat

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/11/2019

For the first time since Donald Trump became President of the United States, the Democratic party is no longer favored to take back the White House in 2020.

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Dave Mason of BetOnline, one of the largest online sportsbooks serving the US market place, revealed via a tweet Thursday.

The shockwaves could be felt throughout the political betting sphere early Thursday.

In terms of actual candidates, Trump (-110) is favored six points ahead of Kamala Harris (6/1) and nine points ahead of Elizabeth Warren (9/1) to win back the Presidency.   Presumptive Democratic nominee favorite Joe Biden came in at 12/1 odds.

A clear favorite it yet to emerge among the Democratic party, thus prompting Trump to enjoy a wide advantage over any other candidate in the field.  His -110 odds, however, still offers excellent value despite the large cushion.

On Wednesday, businessman and political donor Tom Steyer entered the race at 50/1 odds.  He's been given 100/1 odds as of Thursday, an indication that his inclusion has drawn little interest from the betting public.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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