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Warren Leads Democrat Odds and Fun Prop Bets for Debate

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Sep/10/2019

Ahead of the year's third Democratic Debate, oddsmakers have again set odds for a number of interesting prop bets.


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Additionally, the site SportsBetting.ag has updated its odds on which candidate will represent the Democratic Party in the 2020 Election, and there's a new leader on the betting board. Nominee odds will be refreshed on Friday.

For Thursday night, bettors can wager on many things including who will get the most speaking time, who will be searched for the most on Google, who will be tweeted about the most and which topic will be talked about most during the debate. Some of the favorites aren't who you might expect to be on top of the list.

People can also bet on other props such as whether or not the candidates will say trending buzzwords such as background checks, climate change, recession and more.

Also available for betting is the location of October's debate.

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Democratic Nominee Odds
Elizabeth Warren     2-1
Joe Biden     7-2
Bernie Sanders     4-1
Andrew Yang     8-1
Kamala Harris     10-1
Pete Buttigieg     16-1
Tulsi Gabbard     25-1
Cory Booker     33-1
Beto O'Rourke     50-1
Tom Steyer     50-1
Amy Klobuchar     66-1
Jay Inslee     80-1
Julian Castro     80-1
Marianne Williamson     80-1
Bill de Blasio     125-1
John Delaney     125-1
Michael Bennett     125-1
Tim Ryan     125-1

Who  will receive the most speaking time during debate? (According to The New York Times)

Elizabeth Warren 2-1
Joe Biden 5-2
Bernie Sanders 4-1
Beto O'Rourke 4-1
Pete Buttigieg 6-1
Kamala Harris 6-1
Cory Booker 10-1
Julián Castro 10-1
Andrew Yang 10-1
Amy Klobuchar 16-1

Who will be the most searched candidate during debate? (According to Google Trends)

Joe Biden 5-2
Andrew Yang 7-2
Pete Buttigieg 7-2
Elizabeth Warren 4-1
Beto O'Rourke 5-1
Kamala Harris 5-1
Cory Booker 15-2
Bernie Sanders 15-2
Julián Castro 18-1
Amy Klobuchar 18-1

Who will be tweeted about most during debate? (According to Adweek.com)

Elizabeth Warren 2-1
Bernie Sanders 3-1
Andrew Yang 4-1
Kamala Harris 4-1
Pete Buttigieg 5-1
Joe Biden 15-2
Beto O'Rourke 15-2
Julián Castro 10-1
Cory Booker 10-1
Amy Klobuchar 16-1

Which topic will receive the most debate time? (According to The New York Times)

Gun control 5-2
Health Care 3-1
Immigration 7-2
Economy 4-1
Climate change 5-1
Foreign policy 6-1
Civil rights 10-1

Location of October Democratic Debate

Cleveland 2-1
Columbus 2-1  
Cincinnati 6-1
Kent 8-1
Youngstown 8-1
Dayton 10-1
Toledo 10-1
Akron 12-1

Who  will have higher national poll average on 9/19/19? (According to Real Clear Politics)
Bernie Sanders 11-10
Elizabeth Warren 2-3

How many times will "background checks" be said?
Over 5.5
Under 5.5

How many times will "climate change" be said?
Over 13.5
Under 13.5

How many times will "Dorian" be said?
Over 2.5
Under 2.5

How many times will "recession" be said?
Over 7.5
Under 7.5

How many times will "socialist" be said?
Over 1.5
Under 1.5

How many times will "Russia" be said?
Over 3.5
Under 3.5

Will "impeach" be said by any candidate?
Yes 1-2
No 3-2

How many times will "Trump" be said?
Over 28.5
Under 28.5

Will "Trump" be said by any candidate in opening statement?
Yes 11-10
No 2-3

Will "Trump" be said by any candidate in closing statement?
Yes 1-2
No 3-2

How many times will "time is up" be said by moderators?
Over 3.5
Under 3.5

Will any candidate say a curse word or be bleeped?
Yes 5-1
No 1-10

Will the debate be interrupted by a protester?  
Yes 2-1
No 1-3

Will Beto O’Rourke speak in Spanish?
Yes 1-5
No 3-1

Will Julian Castro speak in Spanish?
Yes 1-5
No 3-1

How many non-facts will be said by Joe Biden? (According to Washington Post Fact Checker Blog)
Over 1.5
Under 1.5

How many non-facts will be said by candidates? (According to Washington Post Fact Checker blog)
Over 6.5
Under 6.5

How many times will President Trump tweet during debate?
Over 3.5
Under 3.5

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