2024 Presidential Candidates and Party Affiliation Joe Biden – 2024 Presidential Election Odds

Joe Biden – 2024 Presidential Election Odds

Joe Biden

Joseph Robinette Biden Jr.
Age: 79
Position: 46th President
State: Pennsylvania
College: Syracuse
Status: Active


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Presidential Election Odds: Bovada

  • Ron DeSantis +310
  • Joe Biden +320
  • Donald Trump Sr. +450
  • Kamala Harris +2000
  • Gavin Newsom +2200
  • Nikki Haley +2500
  • Michelle Obama +3000
  • Gretchen Whitmer +3500
  • Pete Buttigieg +3500
  • Mike Pence +4000
  • Glenn Youngkin +4500
  • Mike Pompeo +6000
  • Hillary Clinton +7000
  • Elizabeth Warren +8000
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez +10000
  • Amy Klobuchar +10000
  • Bernie Sanders +10000
  • Beto O'Rourke +10000
*More odds available at Bovada

Who Is Joe Biden?

Presidential SealJoe Biden is a 78-year-old Democrat and career politician who served as Vice President under Obama from 2009 to 2017 and served 36 years as a United States Senator from Delaware.  He has enjoyed strong support from the Democratic voter base, and he rode that support to the White House when he defeated incumbent President Donald Trump in the 2020 November election. Biden is now the 46th President of the United States of America.

Biden announced his run for the Presidency on April 25, 2019 and officially became a 2020 Presidential candidate. When Bernie Sanders dropped out of the race shortly after Super Tuesday, Biden became the presumptive nominee to challenge President Donald Trump in the November general election, which he won easily, despite claims of rampant election fraud from his opponent.

Voter Base

Voter Base Icon

  • Establishment Democrats
  • Obama supporters
  • LGBTQ voters
  • Bernie Sanders supporters
  • Women voters
  • College students
  • Minorities

Joe Biden Impeachment Odds

Right now, Joe Biden’s impeachment betting lines are trending at several top books. Ever since Trump set the standard, betting on Presidential impeachment has been big money for gamblers and sportsbooks alike. And with Trump now out of the picture, Biden’s the next pol to the plate. Or the chopping block. That’s ultimately for you to decide!

Will Joe Biden leave office via impeachment? 

  • No -2000
  • Yes +700

Joe Biden Resignation Odds

While these have yet to be posted at any of the best online sportsbooks for election and political betting, we suspect that they can’t be that far off. We do think Biden will eventually step down and that Kamala Harris will replace him as President, but only time will tell. The following odds are closely related to potential Biden resignation:

Will Biden complete his first term as US President?

  • Yes -200
  • No +150

2020 Retrospective: Will Joe Biden Pick A Female Vice President?

Joe Biden was VP for eight years under Barack Obama, and now he has the chance to choose the person who could potentially become the next Vice President of the United States (and, given his faltering health, the next President, too).

With the famous “Joe Biden eye” on a woman Vice President (he announced as much back in the early days of his campaign), it’s a good bet that he’ll stick with that pledge. The only question, of course, is who it will be.

While the Joe Biden VP pick might also be “transgender” according to the Biden campaign’s most recent announcement, there are no transgender politicians of national note to pick from. Thus, it seems a sure thing he’s going to nominate the first female Vice President since John McCain chose Sarah Palin in 2008.

For bettors, taking things one step further, there’s a strong chance Biden’s choice for VP will be a woman of color or other minority status. The Vice President odds boards seem to reflect that thinking with Kamala Harris being the heavy favorite. Though Amy Klobuchar continues to be the most sensible tactical choice (she could help Uncle Joe flip a couple of Rust Belt states), bettors currently favor Harris when it comes to the Joe Biden running mate odds.

Update: Biden indeed chose Kamala Harris, who is now the first female Vice President of the United States of America.

2020 Retrospective – Odds For Next Democrat Candidate To Quit The Race

Back when the DNC field was still thick with potential candidates, Creepy Joe Biden was sitting at the middle of the pack to be the next one to drop out. His campaign was considered on shakier ground that Mayor Pete’s, Mini Mike’s, and Crazy Bernie’s.

However, feeble as he might be, Biden is the last man standing. The odds below, from Bovada, are included for historical purposes so you can see just how deep a hole Biden’s campaign dug itself into – and then out of!

  • Tulsi Gabbard +225*
  • Amy Klobuchar +250*
  • Tom Steyer +250*
  • Elizabeth Warren +900*
  • Joe Biden +900*
  • Pete Buttigieg +1500*
  • Michael Bloomberg +2000*
  • Bernie Sanders +10000*

*(Bovada Odds From Jan. 2020)

2020 Retrospective – Odds For Joe Biden To Win The 2020 Presidential Election

Odds IconThe Joe Biden betting odds for directly facing Trump in 2020 are very high. Likely due to his high profile, Biden was given good chances by sportsbooks even before his official announcement to run for President. His experience as former Vice President under Barack Obama, as well as his long-held Senate seat, likely contributed to his favorable odds right out of the gate.

However, betting odds easily slide as scandals arise, such as several reports of inappropriately touching women and using his position as VP to profit his family’s business ventures overseas. As of yet, we haven’t really seen any of the negative press that he has experienced impact Biden’s chances of winning the 2020 Presidential election.

Joe Biden is now the presumptive Democratic nominee, and barring any unforeseen circumstances, he will face off against Donald Trump in the 2020 general election. Biden has received the endorsements of nearly every other former candidate in the DNC race, including those of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.

Update: Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump in the November 2020 Presidential election, becoming the 46th POTUS in US history. 

2020 Retrospective – Odds Of Joe Biden Winning The Democratic Nomination

Sportsbooks are favoring Biden with strong odds to win the Democratic nomination.  To earn favor for the party nomination, oddsmakers are not just comparing Biden to Trump, but to the entire field of potential Democratic candidates. With that field now evaporated and Biden alone remaining, he is the presumptive nominee, and Bovada’s Biden betting odds bear that out (for now):

US Presidential Election 2020 – Democratic Candidate (April 2020)

  • Joe Biden -700
  • Hillary Clinton +750
  • Andrew Cuomo +1800
  • Michelle Obama +3300

However, these odds will still change as his campaign develops. With his age and mental acumen often brought up among political pundits, some see the possibility that he could lose the nomination if another more notable Democrat who is younger or presents better policies steals the limelight.

Andrew Cuomo has risen on the odds boards due to this, and the DNC could still install a different candidate if Biden drops out of the race due to health or other issues.

2020 Retrospective – Odds Of Biden Running On The General Ticket In 2020

While the Biden betting odds show that, right now, he has no party challengers, that doesn’t mean he will actually be on the general ticket come November.

There has been a lot of talk about the DNC replacing him now that he ensured Bernie Sanders wouldn’t get the party nomination, with many pundits suggesting that this was the whole purpose behind his Presidential campaign.

Some offshore election betting sites are running with this narrative, and they’ve posted the following Joe Biden odds for bettors who also believe Uncle Creepy will either step down or be forced aside:

Democratic Nominee for the Presidential Election (April 2020)

  • Joe Biden -800
  • Not Joe Biden +450

Will The Democrats Have A Brokered Convention In 2020? (April 2020)

  • Yes +450
  • No -775

2020 Biden Vs. Trump Odds

The real issue for most bettors – and voters – comes down to the odds of Joe Biden becoming President. In order to do that, he’ll have to beat Donald Trump, who is the heavy favorite to win the general election.

Trump vs. Biden odds are available in head-to-head matchups at several offshore books, and each one gives Biden a much better chance of winning. If you want to get in on the Trump-Biden betting odds, you can currently get the following lines:


  • Donald Trump +120
  • Joe Biden -140

Trump Nicknames For Joe Biden

One of the ways that the Trump 2020 election will mirror his successful run in 2016 is in his use of frequent nicknames to characterize his opponents. Joe Biden, by far, has the most of them.

Usually, a Trump nickname is limited to one per opponent (it’s a branding thing), but Biden just has so much baggage that his nickname should probably be Nickname Joe. These are the most popular:

  • Creepy Joe
  • Dementia Joe
  • Alzheimer’s Joe
  • Basement Joe
  • Sleepy Joe
  • Uncle Joe
  • Ukraine Joe
  • Burisma Biden

Joe Biden Coronavirus Update

Creepy Joe, Sleepy Joe, Uncle Joe, Dementia Joe – Whatever you want to call him, Surgin’ Joe might be just as apt. While his epic resurgence into the DNC driver’s seat was due largely to other establishment candidates dropping out before Super Tuesday and endorsing the former VP, the Joe Biden President odds have gone up with the growing presence of coronavirus in USA cities nationwide.

However, on the boards offering Trump-Biden odds, Biden is firmly entrenched as the favorite to secure the Oval Office this fall, making Trump a one-term President. With only a few months remaining until votes are cast, Trump may not have time to make up ground on Biden.

To fully understand COVID-19’s effects on our elections, see our Coronavirus Election Betting Impact page.

Can I Bet On Joe Biden Now?

Yes! In fact, as the presumptive nominee, Biden is getting a lot of coverage from the media on a daily basis, and despite his run-ins with Corn Pop, he’s popping off on the odds boards at all the best election wagering outlets. The great thing about futures betting is that even if you wager on a favorite (or near-favorite) in a large field, your payouts will still be substantial.

If you think Joe Biden can win the US Presidency in 2020, you should bet on him now. The closer we get to the elections and the stronger Biden polls between now and then, the odds could possibly shrink. To maximize your winnings, bet on Biden today.

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Joe Biden Approval Rating

  • Over 47½ % -120
  • Under 47½ %  -120

What The Current Betting Odds Tell Us About Joe Biden’s Chance Of Winning In 2024

With favorable odds posted for Joe Biden again in 2024, the current information details a suspicion by political betting sites and oddsmakers that Biden will likely be popular and healthy enough to run for a second term. However, this is speculation by oddsmakers which can easily change on a weekly if not daily basis.

Betting odds can be an indication of the pulse of America and how they truly feel about Biden. Some political circles even consider betting odds to be a more clear indicator of a candidate’s public approval status since the odds are impacted by public money, and polls are very often skewed. The Biden 2024 odds are great at the moment, and that just means that you should bet now to maximize your bankroll:

Bovada Odds

  • Ron DeSantis +310
  • Joe Biden +320
  • Donald Trump Sr. +450
  • Kamala Harris +2000
  • Gavin Newsom +2200
  • Nikki Haley +2500
  • Michelle Obama +3000
  • Gretchen Whitmer +3500
  • Pete Buttigieg +3500
  • Mike Pence +4000
  • Glenn Youngkin +4500
  • Mike Pompeo +6000
  • Hillary Clinton +7000
  • Elizabeth Warren +8000
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez +10000
  • Amy Klobuchar +10000
  • Bernie Sanders +10000
  • Beto O'Rourke +10000
*More odds available at Bovada

Betonline Odds

  • Ron DeSantis +250
  • Joe Biden +275
  • Donald Trump Sr. +325
  • Kamala Harris +1200
  • Gavin Newsom +1600
  • Nikki Haley +1600
  • Michelle Obama +2800
  • Pete Buttigieg +2800
  • Gretchen Whitmer +3000
  • Glenn Youngkin +4000
  • Mike Pence +5000
  • Tim Scott +5000
  • Mike Pompeo +6000
  • Hillary Clinton +6500
*More odds available at BetOnline

Joe Biden’s Chances Of Winning Based On Prediction Markets (2020)

Prediction markets show that Biden is the clear Democratic Party favorite. He is already the presumptive nominee,  and the site PredictIt shows that Joe Biden is trending at about 86% to take the DNC ticket. In general, the predictive odds of Biden winning are about 6 above Trump’s.

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In His Own Words

I’m still holding on to that torch – Joe Biden 

Joe Biden’s Running Policies

Policy IconBiden is running on policies such as Free College, Regional Inequality, Middle-Class Tax Reform, and Power For Workers which protects Unions. He has also championed for a $15 hour minimum wage for a long time and will likely reintroduce the idea on his campaign.

Joe Biden’s Previous Policies

Biden encouraged presenting proposals for Free College back in 2015. However, he is famous for his attack on Anita Hill’s testimony at the Clarence Thomas Supreme Court confirmation hearings, his proponent-position in the War on Drugs, the vote yes to war in Iraq, pushing Clinton to get more involved in the Balkans wars in the ’90s, spearheading the massive stimulus program under Obama after the 2008 financial crisis, writing the original ‘94 crime bill, being an ally to Wall Street, voting yes for the USA PATRIOT Act, and yes for the 2006 border fence.


Experience IconIn 1968, Biden clerked for 6 months at a law firm headed by a prominent local Republican. A year later,  he practiced law in Wilmington as a public defender, then at a firm operated by a Democrat. Later on, Joe Biden opened his own firm – Biden and Walsh. From 1970-1972, Biden also severed on the County Council.

In 1972, he campaigned for US Senate and won. In 1988, Biden tried for the Democratic Presidential nomination and lost. In 2008, Biden tried again for the Presidency however he withdrew from the race. Later that year, Obama announced Biden as his VP running mate on August 22nd, 2008. Biden served 36 years in the Senate and two VP terms under Obama.


Education IconBiden earned a Bachelors degree from the University of Delaware in 1965 with a double major in History and Political Science. He later attended the Syracuse University College of Law where he received his Juris Doctor (J.D.) in 1968. In 1969, He was admitted to the Delaware bar.

Civic Work

Civic Work Handshake IconThe only record to be found on Joe Biden’s social or civic work mentioned his participation in a voluntary anti-segregation sit-in at a Wilmington theater in the ’50s.  His resume is a bit on the anemic side as far as volunteer work.

Joe Biden’s Views On Gambling

Gambling IconThere is no public comment or stance Joe Biden has taken on gambling. However, it is likely during his run he will be asked to comment on the subject. It should be noted that he served as Senator for 36 years representing a state that is rather pro-gambling  Delaware was one of the four states exempted from PASPA, and was one of the first states to embrace state-regulated online casino gambling. To our knowledge, Biden never took a stand against any of the legal gambling entertainment taking place within his state.

How Much Can I Win If I Bet On Joe Biden?

Betting on Biden could be a safe wager in the 2020 election. With his high probability of winning the US presidency (-170), payouts will not be as high, but the risk will be lower.

Right now, if a $170 wager were placed on Biden winning the 2020 presidential election with Bovada, the payout would be $100. This isn’t the biggest return, but bettors must determine their own comfort with the odds and the risk associated with a front running candidate.

Top 5 Reasons Joe Biden Entered the 2020 Presidential Race as a Popular Candidate

  1. Biden was Barack Obama’s VP, which will resonate with past Obama supporters in the 2020 election.
  2. Biden has had a long career in politics and knows how the system works.
  3. Moderate Democrats are more likely to vote for a centrist like Biden compared to candidates like Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren.
  4. In terms of polls and donations, Biden is always near the top with the best numbers, a good sign for his campaign coming into 2020.
  5. Since Biden is already such a big name, he won’t have to spend as much time developing his public profile, saving time for other campaign initiatives.

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