2020 US Presidential Election Betting Odds

US Presidential Election Odds

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According to the odds from the leading bookmakers, Joe Biden has a perceived 67% chance of becoming the next President of the United States. The bookies have reopened the betting markets on the 2020 US Presidential Election following a brief suspension following Donald Trump’s coronavirus scare and since the bookmakers started taking bets once again, Joe Biden has strengthened his position further.

The nominee for the Democrats is now as low as 1/2 with some leading bookmakers, thus implying a probability of 67% that he is elected as the next US President. A best price of 4/7 is available on Biden as things stand.

The odds on Donald Trump remaining as US President have drifted slowly over the past few weeks and he is now a general 13/8 to win . Indeed Trump was as short as Evens just a few weeks ago, however the betting markets is clearly going against the serving president.

The polls suggest that Joe Biden will romp home to victory in the US Election and the betting markets are certainly favouring the Democrat, however this could turn out to be a closely-fought affair and there might be a few surprises in store.

There is now less than one month to go until the finish line looms into view, however does Trump have time to turn things in his favour? The odds suggest that he won’t be serving a second term as US President, however the betting markets and the polls got things spectacularly wrong four years ago when Trump was elected ahead of Hilary Clinton. With that in mind, it would be wrong to assume that Biden is a shoo-in for the White House.


US Presidential Election Odds from William Hill Bookmakers


1/2  –  Joe Biden

13/8 –  Donald Trump

33/1 –  Mike Pence

100/1 – Kamala Harris

500/1 – Howie Hawkins

500/1 – Kanye West

500/1 – Jo Jorgensen