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Odds for Which Date Loser Will Concede Election; State Electoral Betting Heats Up

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Nov/03/2020

The oddsmakers don't anticipate a quick concession by either Donald Trump or Joe Biden.


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The odds for the date range of when the election loser will concede have "November 13 or later" favored with -140, or 5-7, odds.

For odds on the exact date of concession, SportsBetting.ag has "December 1 or later" listed as the favorite.

Additionally, the website reported that individual state electoral betting has drawn a lot of interest from its customers.

The five largest liabilities for the bookie are swing states where projections are inconsistent among the pollsters, models and media.

 

1. Pennsylvania (Republican)

2. Virginia (Republican)

3. Wisconsin (Republican)

4. Georgia (Republican)

5. Michigan (Republican)

 

-- COMPLETE 50 STATES’ ODDS BELOW --

 

Which date will the loser concede the election?

November 3-4:  (+185)

November 5-8:  (+450)

November 9-12:  (+1000)

November 13 or later:  (-140)

 

Which day will the loser concede the election?

December 1 or later:  (+200)

November 4:  (+225)

November 3:  (+300)

November 5:  (+600)

November 6:  (+900)

November 7:  (+1000)

November 8:  (+1200)

November 9:  (+1600)

November 10:  (+2000)

November 11:  (+2200)

November 12:  (+2200)

November 13:  (+2200)

November 14:  (+2500)

November 15:  (+2500)

November 16:  (+2800)

November 17:  (+3300)

November 18:  (+3300)

November 19:  (+4000)

November 20:  (+5000)

November 21:  (+5000)

November 22:  (+5000)

November 23:  (+5000)

November 24:  (+5000)

November 25:  (+5000)

November 26:  (+5000)

November 27:  (+5000)

November 28:  (+5000)

November 29:  (+5000)

November 30:  (+5000)

 

Electoral College Vote

 

Alabama

Republican:  -3300

Democrat:  +1200

 

Alaska

Republican:  -1500

Democrat:  +750

 

Arizona

Republican:  +100

Democrat:  -130

(Odds imply 56.5% chance Democrat will win)

 

Arkansas

Republican:  -4000

Democrat:  +1400

 

California

Republican:  +1200

Democrat:  -3300

 

Colorado

Republican:  +700

Democrat:  -1400

 

Connecticut

Republican:  +900

Democrat:  -2000

(Democrat was -2500 last week)

 

Delaware

Republican:  +1000

Democrat:  -2500

 

Florida

Republican:  -145

Democrat:  +115

(Odds imply 59.2% chance Republican will win)

 

Georgia

Republican:  -165

Democrat:  +135

(Odds imply 62.3% chance Republican will win)

 

Hawaii

Republican:  +1400

Democrat:  -4000

 

Idaho

Republican:  -5000

Democrat:  +1600

(Republican was -2500 last week)

 

Illinois

Republican:  +1000

Democrat:  -2500

(Democrat was -2000 last week)

 

Indiana

Republican:  -2000

Democrat:  +900

 

Iowa

Republican:  -325

Democrat:  +250

(Odds imply 76.5% chance Repuplican will win)

(Republican was -165 last week)

 

Kansas

Republican:  -2000

Democrat:  +900

 

Kentucky

Republican:  -3300

Democrat:  +1200

 

Louisiana

Republican:  -3300

Democrat:  +1200

 

Maine (statewide)

Republican:  +400

Democrat:  -600

(Democrat was -800 last week)

 

Maryland

Republican:  -4000

Democrat:  +1400

 

Massachusetts

Republican:  -5000

Democrat:  +1600

 

Michigan

Republican:  +240

Democrat:  -300

(Odds imply 75.0% chance Democrat will win)

 

Minnesota

Republican:  +275

Democrat:  -350

(Odds imply 77.8% chance Democrat will win)

 

Mississippi

Republican:  -2500

Democrat:  +1000

 

Missouri

Republican:  -2000

Democrat:  +900

(Republican was -1500 last week)

 

Montana

Republican:  -1400

Democrat:  +700

(Republican was -2000 last week)

 

Nebraska (statewide)

Republican:  -2500

Democrat:  +1000

 

Nevada

Republican:  +325

Democrat:  -450

(Odds imply 81.8% chance Democrat will win)

(Democrat was -275 last week)

 

New Hampshire

Republican:  +350

Democrat:  -500

(Odds imply 83.3% chance Democrat will win)

(Democrat was -350 last week)

 

New Jersey

Republican:  +900

Democrat:  -2000

 

New Mexico

Republican:  +500

Democrat:  -800

 

New York

Republican:  +1200

Democrat:  -3300

(Democrat was -2000 last week)

 

North Carolina

Republican:  -110

Democrat:  -120

(Odds imply 54.6% chance Democrat will win)

 

North Dakota

Republican:  -3300

Democrat:  +1200

 

Ohio

Republican:  -260

Democrat:  +200

(Odds imply 72.2% chance Republican will win)

 

Oklahoma

Republican:  -4000

Democrat:  +1400

 

Oregon

Republican:  +1000

Democrat:  -2500

(Democrat was -1200 last week)

 

Pennsylvania

Republican:  +150

Democrat:  -180

(Odds imply 64.3% chance Democrat will win)

 

Rhode Island

Republican:  +1600

Democrat:  -5000

 

South Carolina

Republican:  -3300

Democrat:  +1200

(Republican was -1200 last week)

 

South Dakota

Republican:  -3300

Democrat:  +1400

 

Tennessee

Republican:  -3300

Democrat:  +1400

 

Texas

Republican:  -350

Democrat:  +275

(Odds imply 77.8% chance Republican will win)

 

Utah

Republican:  -3300

Democrat:  +1200

(Republican was -1600 last week)

 

Vermont

Republican:  +1200

Democrat:  -3300

 

Virginia

Republican:  +650

Democrat:  -1200

(Democrat was -1600 last week)

 

Washington

Republican:  +1200

Democrat:  -3300

 

West Virginia

Republican:  -4000

Democrat:  +1400

(Republican was -2500 last week)

 

Wisconsin

Republican:  +250

Democrat:  -325

(Odds imply 76.5% chance Democrat will win)

 

Wyoming

Republican:  -5000

Democrat:  +1600

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