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Odds Favor Trump in Electoral Vote But Not Popular

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Feb/17/2020

The odds suggest a repeat of the 2016 Election, but just slightly. 

President Trump won the Electoral College vote but not the National Popular vote that year, and the odds imply there is a 61.5% chance the same outcome will occur in 2020, according to numbers from BetOnline.ag.

Of course, the oddsmakers were grossly wrong in that 2016 Election as they heavily favored Hillary Clinton so you never know what will happen, but Vegas is right more often than not.

The online bookmaker has head-to-head odds for individual matchups against Trump for the electoral vote, and Michael Bloomberg is the only candidate favored over the current POTUS.

For the popular vote, the "field" is a favorite against Trump.

There is even a political double result prop bet that gives odds for the four electoral/popular vote scenarios.

Political odds are subject to change and you can find current odds here: https://www.betonline.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/politics-futures If you are able to use any of this in your publication, a link back to the site is always appreciated.

Popular Vote Odds

Donald Trump +140

Field (any other candidate) -160

Electoral College Vote Odds

Donald Trump -125

Bernie Sanders +105

Donald Trump +105

Michael Bloomberg -125

Donald Trump -125

Pete Buttigieg +105

Donald Trump -180

Joe Biden +160

Donald Trump -160

Amy Klobuchar +140

Donald Trump -160

Field (any other candidate) +140

Double Result Odds

President Trump...
To Win Electoral College, Lose Popular Vote (+150)

To Lose Electoral College and Popular Vote (+175)

To Win Electoral College & Popular Vote (+250)

To Lose Electoral College, Win Popular Vote (+2000)

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