South Point oddsmaker reveals odds for 2020 presidential race.
The 2020 US Presidential Election will be one for the ages, and the betting markets surrounding the election and even the primaries are very, very interesting to follow. Of course, this is after a 2016 election that saw a massive swing in projections, votes, odds, and more leading to Donald Trump being the 45th President of the United States.
The 2020 U.S. Presidential race is in full boil, with odds shifting on a daily basis. Even though political betting is not offered at any legal or regulated sportsbook in the United States, the European counterparts to US sportsbooks have robust betting markets. While many factors go into those odds — including if big bets have come in — they are also a good indicator of where things stand.
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Biden overtakes Trump in betting odds for 2020 US Presidential Election. Democratic candidate Joe Biden overtook current US President Donald Trump as the favourite to win the US Presidential.
Odds Shark began tracking 2020 presidential betting odds when they first opened last summer and explained how to bet on politics during this election cycle and several before it. Way back on July 11, 2019, President Donald Trump was the favorite to win, while Democratic Senator Kamala Harris enjoyed the second-best odds.