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2020 Presidential Odds Update: Trump Remains the Favorite, Bernie and Biden Gain Ground on Kamala, and Beto Falls to 5th Place

2020 Presidential Odds Update: Trump Remains the Favorite, Bernie and Biden Gain Ground on Kamala, and Beto Falls to 5th Place

After being taken down yesterday, the 2020 presidential odds return today and show significant movement among the top 5 candidates.

President Donald Trump (+220 | 31.25%) remains the heavy favorite to win the 2020 Presidential Election in the updated odds. His odds fell slightly from his previous +200 listing.

But after a week that saw Democrats launch a massive investigation following the testimony from former lawyer Michael Cohen and Republican senators announcing they would be voting for a bill to block his border wall national emergency declaration — Trump falling by only 20 points is negligible at best.

Sen. Kamala Harris (+600 | 14.29%) maintains her spot at No. 2 and remains the favorite to receive the Democratic nomination in 2020. However, her odds fell slightly from +500 and lost 100 points, which is crucial because now she has two other candidates right on her heels.

Former Vice President Joe Biden (+700 | 12.5%) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (+700 | 12.5%) are tied for third and gain ground on Trump and Harris in the updated 2020 odds. Biden and Sanders are now only 100 points behind Harris, who’s held firm as the Democratic favorite since she announced her campaign.

Even though Biden has yet to officially announce his 2020 presidential bid, he managed to see his odds rise by 100 points. However, Sanders saw his odds get the biggest boost in the update, skyrocketing 300 points and jumping from fifth to third place.

Finally, rounding out the top 5 is Former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (+1000 | 9.09%). O’Rourke took a huge hit in the update, falling 200 points and slipping from third to fifth place. This is likely due to him announcing that he decided whether to run for president in 2020 but not making his decision public. If he continues to drag on and not announce, then expect to see his 2020 odds continue to fall.

Below you can find the complete list of odds for 2020 Presidential Election. You can expect to see more line movement in March as more candidates, like Biden and O’Rourke, make their decision to run official (hopefully) as we begin to look toward the first Democratic debates in June.

Political Odds via Bovada – March 7

Odds to Win the 2020 Presidential Election

  • Donald Trump +220
  • Kamala Harris +600
  • Bernie Sanders +700
  • Joe Biden +700
  • Beto O’Rourke +1000
  • Amy Klobuchar +2500
  • Elizabeth Warren +2500
  • Sherrod Brown +2800
  • Kirsten Gillibrand +3300
  • Mike Pence +3300
  • Cory Booker +3500
  • Tulsi Gabbard +4000
  • Andrew Yang +5000
  • Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson +5000
  • Mark Cuban +5000
  • Michelle Obama +5000
  • Nikki Haley +5000
  • Howard Schultz +6000
  • John Hickenlooper +6600
  • John Kasich +6600
  • Julian Castro +6600
  • Michael Avenatti +6600
  • Mitt Romney +7500
  • Oprah Winfrey +7500
  • Eric Garcetti +8000
  • Marco Rubio +8000
  • Orrin Hatch +8000
  • Rahm Emanuel +8000
  • Tom Wolf +8000
  • Andrew Cuomo +10000
  • Ben Shapiro +10000
  • Bill Gates +10000
  • George Clooney +10000
  • Joe Kennedy III +10000
  • Paul Ryan +10000
  • Pete Buttigieg +10000
  • Rand Paul +10000
  • Ted Cruz +10000
  • Bob Iger +12500
  • Chris Murphy +12500
  • Hillary Clinton +12500
  • Martin O’Malley +12500
  • Mitch Landrieu +12500
  • Terry McAuliffe +12500
  • Tom Steyer +12500
  • Ivanka Trump +15000
  • Jeb Bush +15000
  • Kanye West +15000
  • Mark Zuckerberg +15000
  • Tammy Duckworth +15000
  • Tim Kaine +15000
  • Trey Gowdy +15000
  • Chelsea Clinton +20000
  • Leonardo DiCaprio +20000
  • Will Smith +20000
  • Joe Rogan +25000
  • Tom Brady +25000
Photo illustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily Beast

Author: Chris Mills

Chris joined our team in mid-2018 and has since become quite the betting aficionado. His love for politics began at a young age, and after following various politicians throughout the years, he decided he'd prefer to write political news rather than become political news. He received his journalism degree from the esteemed Univerisity of Florida (Go Gators!) and when he's not following politics he enjoys playing video games, sports betting and writing content for various video gaming websites.

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