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2020 Presidential Elections Likely Biggest Decision in BetOnline History

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Oct/29/2020

The 2020 Presidential Election is inching toward being the biggest decision in BetOnline's history. It has already surpassed the handle for Super Bowl LIV, and the betting site has already booked an amount in the mid 8-figure range.  BetOnline is currently offering a generous welcome bonus (max bonus $1000).

The numbers change fluctuate drastically daily, but at this point, if Trump is re-elected, BetOnline will lose a sum in the low seven figures. If Biden wins, the book will win a sum in the mid six figures.

Currently, Biden is a -180 favorite (down from -200) while Trump is a +160 underdog.  The drop from Biden -200 is a result of a significant amount of bets taken on Trump over the past 72 hours ahead of Thursday afternoon (October 29).

Overall, just under 70% of the money is on Trump. As far as bet count, it's fairly even with a slight edge toward Biden at 54%.

"We saw this same scenario playing out in 2016 when all the polls and models had Clinton around the 70% projection to be elected, but all the bets were coming in on the underdog Trump," a representative from BetOnline tells Gambling911.com.  "Needless to say, the books took a bath on that election outcome."

79 million votes had been cast early as of the morning of October 29.

Here is some additional action info. for other political markets.

Biggest state electoral vote liabilities with betting available here:

Trump wins Maine

Trump wins New Hampshire

Trump wins Michigan

Trump wins Colorado

Trump wins Pennsylvania

Biggest Senate election liabilities:

Gary Peters, Michigan

Lindsay Graham, South Carolina

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Who will win 2020 Election?

Joe Biden:  -200 odds

Donald Trump:  +175 odds

(Odds imply 66.7% chance Biden will win)

 

Who will in 2020 Election popular vote?

Joe Biden:  -700 odds

Donald Trump:  +450 odds

(Odds imply 87.5% chance Bdien will win)

 

Will the popular vote winner win electoral college?

Yes:  -240 odds

No:  +190 odds

(Odds imply 70.6% chance “yes” will happen)

 

Will Trump lose every state he lost in 2016?

Yes:  -220 odds

No:  +180 odds

(Odds imply 68.8% chance “yes” will happen)

 

Will Trump win every state he lost in 2016?

Yes:  +325 odds

No:  -550 odds

(Odds imply 84.6% chance “no” will happen)

 

Will Democratic Party win Election, Senate and Lower House

Yes:  -155 odds

No:  +125 odds

(Odds imply 60.8% chance “yes” will happen)

 

2020 Election voter turnout

Over 149.5 million:  -225 odds

Under 149.5 million:  +160 odds

(Odds imply 69.2% chance “over” will happen)

 

2020 Election voter turnout

Over 60.5%:  -150 odds

Under 60.5%:  +110 odds

(Odds imply 60.0% chance “over” will happen)

 

Senate Races

 

Alabama Senate Race

Tommy Tuberville:  -1000 odds

Doug Jones:  +550 odds

(Odds imply 90.9% chance Tuberville will win)

 

Arizona Senate Race

Mark Kelly:  -450 odds

Martha McSally:  +275 odds

(Odds imply 81.8% chance Kelly will win)

 

Colorado Senate Race

John Hickenlooper:  -850 odds

Cory Gardner:  +450 odds

(Odds imply 89.5% chance Hickenlooper will win)

 

Iowa Senate Race

Joni Ernst:  -130 odds

Theresa Greenfield:  -110 odds

(Odds imply 56.5% chance Ernst will win)

 

Kansas Senate Race

Roger Marshall:  -400 odds

Barbara Bollier:  +250 odds

(Odds imply 80.0% chance Marshall will win)

 

Kentucky Senate Race

Mitch McConnell:  -1300 odds

Amy McGrath:  +625 odds

(Odds imply 92.9% chance McConnell will win)

 

Maine Senate Race

Sara Gideon:  -300 odds

Susan Collins:  +200 odds

(Odds imply 75.0% chance Gideon will win)

 

Michigan Senate Race

Gary Peters:  -270 odds

John James:  +180 odds

(Odds imply 73.0% chance Peters will win)

 

Montana Senate Race

Steve Daines:  -200 odds

Steve Bullock:  +150 odds

(Odds imply 66.7% chance Daines will win)

 

North Carolina Senate Race

Cal Cunningham:  -140 odds

Thom Tillis:  +100 odds

(Odds imply 58.3% chance Cunningham will win)

 

South Carolina Senate Race

Lindsey Graham:  -350 odds

Jaime Harrison:  +225 odds

(Odds imply 77.8% chance Graham will win)

 

 

Electoral College Vote

 

Alabama

Republican:  -2500

Democrat:  +1000

 

Alaska

Republican:  -1000

Democrat:  +600

 

Arizona

Republican:  +105

Democrat:  -135

(Odds imply 57.5% chance Democrat will win)

 

Arkansas

Republican:  -3300

Democrat:  +1200

 

California

Republican:  +900

Democrat:  -2000

 

Colorado

Republican:  +650

Democrat:  -1200

 

Connecticut

Republican:  +1000

Democrat:  -2500

 

Delaware

Republican:  +1000

Democrat:  -2500

 

Florida

Republican:  -145

Democrat:  +115

(Odds imply 59.2% chance Repuplican will win)

 

Georgia

Republican:  -160

Democrat:  +130

(Odds imply 61.5% chance Repuplican will win)

 

Hawaii

Republican:  +1400

Democrat:  -3300

 

Idaho

Republican:  -2500

Democrat:  +1000

 

Illinois

Republican:  +900

Democrat:  -2000

 

Indiana

Republican:  -2000

Democrat:  +900

 

Iowa

Republican:  -165

Democrat:  +135

(Odds imply 62.3% chance Repuplican will win)

 

Kansas

Republican:  -2000

Democrat:  +900

 

Kentucky

Republican:  -3300

Democrat:  +1200

 

Louisiana

Republican:  -3300

Democrat:  +1200

 

Maine (statewide)

Republican:  +550

Democrat:  -800

 

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:  +240

Democrat:  -300

(Odds imply 75.0% chance Democrat will win)

 

Mississippi

Republican:  -2500

Democrat:  +1000

 

Missouri

Republican:  -1500

Democrat:  +750

 

Montana

Republican:  -2000

Democrat:  +900

 

Nebraska (statewide)

Republican:  -2500

Democrat:  +1000

 

Nevada

Republican:  +215

Democrat:  -275

(Odds imply 73.3% chance Democrat will win)

 

New Hampshire

Republican:  +275

Democrat:  -350

(Odds imply 77.8% chance Democrat will win)

 

New Jersey

Republican:  +800

Democrat:  -1600

 

New Mexico

Republican:  +475

Democrat:  -750

 

New York

Republican:  +900

Democrat:  -2000

 

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:  +650

Democrat:  -1200

 

Pennsylvania

Republican:  +155

Democrat:  -185

(Odds imply 64.9% chance Democrat will win)

 

Rhode Island

Republican:  +1600

Democrat:  -5000

 

South Carolina

Republican:  -1200

Democrat:  +650

 

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:  -1600

Democrat:  +800

 

Vermont

Republican:  +1000

Democrat:  -2500

 

Virginia

Republican:  +750

Democrat:  -1500

 

Washington

Republican:  +1400

Democrat:  -3300

 

West Virginia

Republican:  -2500

Democrat:  +1000

 

Wisconsin

Republican:  +250

Democrat:  -325

(Odds imply 76.5% chance Democrat will win)

 

Wyoming

Republican:  -5000

Democrat:  +1600

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