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Election Odds: Trump and Biden Early Favorites in 2020

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jan/09/2020
According to the odds, not much has changed in terms of frontrunners for the 2020 election cycle. 

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Current numbers provided by the gaming site SportsBetting.ag suggest that the General Election is a tossup, with even odds on both sides, just as it was most of last year. 
 
2020 Presidential Election Odds
Donald Trump: 10/11
Field (any other candidate): 10/11
 
Trump's odds were as high as 4/5 during 2019, and he was never an underdog in this head-to-head scenario. 
 
Trump remains a massive 1/8 favorite to represent the GOP in the General Election while any other candidate has 5/1 odds.  
 
The Democratic race odds fluctuated quite a bit during 2019. Joe Biden is back in the lead after setting the pace the first half of last year but having an up-and-down second half. 
 
 
Democratic Favorite Odds Timeline
January 1-June 27: Joe Biden (3/1)
June 28-July 31: Kamala Harris (5/2)
August 1-October 14: Elizabeth Warren (3/1)
October 15: Elizabeth Warren (4/5) 
November 11: Elizabeth Warren (3/2) 
November 20: Elizabeth Warren (3/1) and Joe Biden (3/1)
December 19: Joe Biden (5/2)
 
Democratic Nominee Odds (as of Jan. 9)
Joe Biden: 7/4
Bernie Sanders: 3/1
Elizabeth Warren: 8/1
Pete Buttigieg: 8/1
Michael Bloomberg: 10/1
Andrew Yang: 12/1
Hillary Clinton: 25/1
Amy Klobuchar: 33/1
Michelle Obama: 50/1
Tom Steyer: 50/1
Tulsi Gabbard: 50/1
Cory Booker: 80/1
Deval Patrick: 80/1
 
Election Odds
Donald Trump: 10/11
Joe Biden: 5/1
Bernie Sanders: 13/2
Elizabeth Warren: 16/1
Pete Buttigieg: 16/1
Andrew Yang: 20/1
Michael Bloomberg: 20/1
Hillary Clinton: 33/1
Amy Klobuchar: 50/1
Mike Pence: 66/1
Tulsi Gabbard: 80/1
Michelle Obama: 100/1
Cory Booker: 150/1
Deval Patrick: 150/1
Tom Steyer: 150/1

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