2020 Election Odds: Biden Enters Election Day With 67% Chance to Beat Trump in Presidential Race
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Updated 2020 Election Odds
Odds updated as of Nov. 2 and via European sportsbook Betfair. If you’re new to betting, Donald Trump’s +188 odds mean a $100 bet would net $188 if he wins the election. Convert odds using our Betting Odds Calculator. Note that the implied probabilities above do not include the tax the book charges.
At this point in the race, Betfair’s Presidential betting odds are all but solidified — at least until results start rolling in on Tuesday. Biden has exactly a two-thirds chance of winning the White House, according to the latest odds (-227), with Trump coming in at +188 odds (33.3% chance).
These are unchanged from earlier on Monday and virtually unchanged from what we’ve seen in the market since last Thursday. Biden’s 66.6% chance is tied for the highest odds he has seen the past week, while Trump peaked at 34.4% on Oct. 31.
This lack of volatility in the betting market is indicative of a larger theme in this race: It’s been very stable despite taking place in the middle of a pandemic and having an unpredictable candidate like Trump involved.
European sportsbooks are expected to keep odds live throughout Tuesday (and potentially beyond), so stay tuned for any updates on significant movement in the market.
Presidential Election Odds Tracker
Here’s a snapshot of how odds have evolved from week to week, starting with March 4 — the day after Super Tuesday. Note that the implied percentages will not always add up to 100%. That occurs when Betfair lists odds for more than just Trump/Biden.
Past Presidential Race Updates
Nov. 2 — Morning
With less than 24 hours until Election Day polls across America open, the Presidential betting odds have seemingly solidified:
- Joe Biden -227 odds (66.6% chance)
- Donald Trump +188 odds (33.3% chance)
It has been a remarkably stable race for the past month. According to our Election Odds Tracker, which you can see in full below, Biden’s chances haven’t dipped below 60% all October. There really hasn’t been any huge so-called October surprises this time around, in case you count latest surge in COVID-19 cases across the country, which can hardly be considered a surprise anymore.
That stability has played to Biden’s benefit, as Trump’s odds to win a second term have been on steady decline since the day after he accepted the Republican Party’s nomination for president (Aug. 28). Trump’s chances have shrunk by 12.1 points since then, according to Betfair’s odds (45.4% on Aug. 28 to 33.3% today).
But even as the market has adjusted to increase Biden’s odds of winning, it’s important to note that the betting odds are no where near as bullish on the former Vice President’s chances of winning the election as other statistical models. For example, Nate Silver’s model at 538, which simulates the election 40,000 times based on the latest polling data, has Biden’s chances at 90%, compared to 10% for Trump.
This is, admittedly, comparing apples to oranges. Betfair’s odds are informed not just by the latest polling data, but also by the amount of money bettors are wagering on each of the two candidates. Given the disparity between 538 and Betfair, it’s pretty clear European sportsbooks have more liability on Trump winning than Biden.
If Betfair were to post odds matching the latest 538 model, that would equate to odds of +900 for Trump, meaning a $100 bet would profit $900 if the President wins a second term. Simply put, there’s no reason for Betfair to float such a lofty line when bettors are clearly comfortable backing Trump at a much lower figure.
Back and forth we go.
On Saturday night, President Donald Trump saw a 2% bump in his betting odds from the day prior. But as of Sunday at noon ET, Trump’s odds have reverted to exactly where they were 48 hours ago — +188 (equivalent to a 32.4% chance).
Joe Biden has seen his chances increase 2%, moving from -227 (64.6%) to -250 (66.6%) in the past 12 hours.
It appears that the big swings in this race are all but done. We can expect to see these 2-3% shifts over the next two days as more money floods the market, but likely nothing more than that.
Biden’s chances have been on the rise since late September, when Trump’s first debate performance garnered negative reviews. Biden’s hasn’t seen his odds below 60% since then.
The former Vice President’s current odds of -250 (66.6%) aren’t too far off from his high at Betfair (-277, 67.6%), which we saw on Oct. 13, two weeks after Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis.
President Donald Trump’s odds to win a second term are improving slightly, according to the betting markets. His odds at Betfair are now +170, which is equivalent to a 34.4% chance. The last time his chances were this high was back on Oct. 6. This represents a 2% increase from his odds on Friday evening.
Joe Biden’s odds took a bit of a dip as a result. On Friday, he sat at -250 (or a 66.6% chance). That was one of the highest marks the former Vice President has seen at Betfair, but his chances regressed to -227 (64.6% chance) on Saturday night.
While there is some movement in the market, it’s hardly significant. Barring any unforeseen events, this appears to be close to a 65-35 race (Biden-Trump), according to the European betting market.
It’s important to note that the betting odds have been remarkably stable (just check our historical table down below for evidence). And that same stability has been reflected in both swing-state and national polls, as well.
The one distinction between the betting markets and predictive models based off more traditional polls is that books like Betfair give Trump a much better chance of prevailing on Tuesday. For example, 538’s forecast, which simulates the election 40,000 times based on the most reliable polls, gives Trump a 10% chance to win. Betfair has the President’s odds 3.5x that.
Betfair is, of course, a liquid market that’s informed by the amount of money coming in on both candidates, so it’s reasonable to presume that Trump is a pretty trendy pick as an underdog, based on the aforementioned discrepancy.
We’re nearly three days away from when polls all over America will open, and the latest Presidential Election betting odds are moving ever-so-slightly in Joe Biden’s favor. Biden is now -250 to win the election at Betfair in Europe (equivalent to a 66.6% chance), while President Donald Trump is +188 (32.4% chance).
This represents nearly a 2% bump for the former Vice President from Thursday’s betting odds, and while it’s not particularly notable on the surface, it is notable in this race, which has been remarkably stable from an odds perspective, especially considering the volatility of 2020.
As the election draws closer, it’ll be interesting to see whether the betting markets will more closely reflect the numbers featured in advanced polling models, which make Trump’s chances of winning re-election closer to 10%, compared to 32%.
One thing to keep an eye on: Bettors far and wide might be enticed to bet Trump as a hefty underdog. Yes, even with the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to surge in the country, memories of Trump’s improbable 2016 upset very well could get the a majority of bettors to lay some money on a repeat performance from the Commander in Chief. That alone could keep Trump’s odds from getting too lofty before the polls open on Tuesday.
It’s been exactly a week since Joe Biden and Donald Trump walked off the debate stage for the final time before the 2020 Presidential Election, and the betting odds reflect a remarkably stable race.
Trump’s current odds of +175 (equivalent to 34%) are nearly identical to his chances a week ago (+180, or 33.5% chance), and Biden’s odds haven’t moved an inch (still -227, equivalent to a 65% chance).
While any poll or model that points to Trump being an underdog is certain to elicit comments about the President’s massive upset in 2016, it’s important to note that these betting odds from Betfair are giving Trump a significantly better chance than most advanced polling models.
For example, Nate Silver’s latest forecast at FiveThirtyEight, which simulates the election 40,000 times based on the latest polling data, has Trump’s chance of winning a second term at a paltry 11%. Compare that to a 34.4% chance at Betfair, and it’s clear European bettors have flocked to bet on Trump as a pretty significant underdog, which is keeping bookmakers from ballooning his odds much more … at least for the time being.
Oct. 22 — Post-Debate
Thursday night’s second and final presidential debate had fewer interruptions than the first one, but it did little to move the needle toward re-electing president Donald Trump, according to the betting markets.
Trump leaves the debate with nearly identical odds (+180) to those with which he entered the debate (+175). The +180 odds equate to a 33.5% chance to win. Compare those to Biden’s -227 odds (a 65.2% chance), and it’s clear that the betting market thinks Trump needs to shift the race significantly with less than two weeks remaining until Election Day.
Oct. 22 — Pre-Debate
Heading into the final presidential debate of the 2020 election cycle, Joe Biden maintains a significant lead over Donald Trump on the oddsboard.
Biden’s odds have regressed slightly over the past 10 days — his -277 odds with a 67.6% implied probability of winning on Oct. 13 are down to -227 (64.4%) as of Thursday morning. Meanwhile, Trump has seen a slight bump from +200 (30.6%) to +175 (33.7%) over that same span.
However, the implications remain largely the same: Biden has roughly a 2/3 chance of winning according to the betting market.
Note that Biden’s and Trump’s implied probabilities don’t quite add up to 100%, because Betfair has also listed odds for Vice Presidential nominees Kamala Harris and Mike Pence.
As the second of only two debates was cancelled in the wake of Trump’s positive COVID-19 case, Thursday night could shift the odds: Trump saw a 3.4% decline while Biden saw a 7.3% boost after their first nationally televised showdown.
Predictive forecasts such as FiveThirtyEight’s align with the betting market, with Biden winning 87% of the time in their model’s 40,000 simulations.
We’re three weeks out from Election Day, and the betting odds are continuing to trend toward former Vice President Joe Biden. The latest odds from Betfair — Biden: -277, Trump +200 — imply Biden has a little more than a two-thirds chance to win the Presidential Election.
Trump, meanwhile, is hovering around 30%. (Note: The implied percentages at the top of this article don’t quite add up to 100% because Betfair also has listed Kamala Harris and Mike Pence in their latest round of odds.)
These are the worst odds we’ve seen for Trump in the seven-plus months of monitoring this market. Last Thursday, the morning after the Vice Presidential debate, Biden’s odds sat at -250, while Trump was at +188.
This week’s Presidential debate, which was supposed to take place on Thursday, was canceled after President Trump — who has yet to test negative for COVID-19 after being diagnosed a week-and-a-half ago — turned down the chance to debate Biden virtually.
The two will instead partake in separate town halls at the same time on different TV networks on Thursday.
Early voting in many key swing states is already well underway, which could be why many predictive models, such as FiveThirtyEight’s Election Forecast, are more bullish on Biden’s chances than the betting markets. FiveThirtyEight’s model gave Biden an 87% chance of winning at the time of publication.
Bettors haven’t forced sportsbooks to adjust quite that much yet.
Oct. 8 Morning After Vice Presidential Debate
On Wednesday night, Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris squared off in the Vice Presidential debate. And by Thursday morning, Joe Biden’s chances of winning the presidency were more double that of Donald Trump’s — 67.3% vs. 32.7% — according to Betfair.
At -250 odds, Biden continues to gain momentum as Trump’s diagnosis of COVID-19 has taken him off the campaign trail. This represents an all-time high for Biden’s odds to win in the betting markets. In fact, his chances to win have risen 12.9% from just nine days ago, before the first debate between Biden and Trump.
Since then, a lot has changed. After Trump’s performance in the first debate, most polls in key battleground states moved against him … Trump and many members of his inner circle contracted COVID-19; the president had to be hospitalized for four days before returning to the White House on Monday … Pence and Harris squared off in the Vice Presidential debate, with pundits saying it did little to fundamentally change the race, bad news for a Trump campaign that is running out of time to swing the election in its favor.
Oct. 6 Four Weeks Until Election
With exactly four weeks to go until Election Day, the 2020 race has entered truly unprecedented territory.
President Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19 just two days after the first presidential debate of the cycle, prompting a flurry of questions about the final stretch of his campaign. After spending three nights at Walter Reed medical center, Trump returned to the White House on Monday.
As soon as news that Trump had contracted the virus broke, sportsbooks took 2020 election odds off the board, but have since re-posted them — and, in the case of European book Betfair, finally eliminated odds for other candidates to offer lines for only Trump and his opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden.
Biden is now a -175 favorite to win in November, and while they’re not his best odds yet — he reached as high as -200 in July — with Betfair no longer offering lines for other candidates, the -175 odds do give him his highest implied probability of winning yet at 62.3%.
Meanwhile, Trump is now a +160 underdog, giving him a 37.7% implied probability of winning.
Sept. 29 Post-Debate
It didn’t take long for the first debate of the general election to swing the odds.
Just hours before Donald Trump and Joe Biden squared off in primetime, Trump was a +120 underdog with a 42.8% implied probability to win in November, while Biden was a -137 favorite with a 54.4% implied probability. But both of their odds shifted quickly after Tuesday night’s debate ended.
Trump’s updated odds of +138 now give him a 39.4% implied probability of winning, while Biden’s -161 odds now give him a 61.73% implied probability.
That’s a 3.4% dip for Trump compared to a 7.3% boost for Biden.
Sept. 29 Pre-Debate
After climbing back up to +100 at the end of August — his best odds since early June — Donald Trump is now a +120 underdog heading into the first presidential debate against Joe Biden on Tuesday night.
That’s a -2.6% difference in implied probably (45.4% to 42.8%) for Trump over the past month.
Biden, meanwhile, has maintained the slight edge on the odds board. After seeing his implied probability of winning the general election fall 11.6% between July 30 and Aug. 28 (from 61.2% to 49.6%), Biden has regained some of the ground he lost: His -137 odds give him a 54.4% implied probability heading into Tuesday night’s debate.
Donald Trump’s odds of winning the 2020 election have jumped substantially over the past month: Since July 30, his implied probability has improved from 33.4% (+175) to 45.4% (+100) at European sportsbook Betfair — a 12% increase.
These are his best odds since early June.
Now a day after accepting renomination at the Republican National Convention, Trump is within striking distance of Joe Biden, who is still favored but has seen his implied probability fall from 61.2% (-200) to 49.6% (-120) over the same span (11.6% decrease).
Biden’s lead on the oddsboard has notably shrunk since the start of the party conventions two weeks ago. The former Vice President was a -149 (54.1%) favorite on Aug. 17, Day 1 of the Democratic National Convention.
Interestingly, the recent movement at Betfair bucks the trend of FiveThirtyEight’s average of national polls over the same span: Biden had a +8.3 lead on July 30 and now sits at +9.1 as of writing.
Donald Trump continues to trail Joe Biden on the oddsboard as the Republican National Convention kicks off Monday, but the difference has shrunk over recent weeks.
Since July 30, Trump’s odds have improved from +175 to +125 — a 7.6% jump in implied probability (33.4% to 41.0%) according to the betting market. Biden’s odds have simultaneously fallen from -200 (61.2% implied probability) to -137 (53.4%) over that same span.
The latest odds trends do not seem to reflect the latest trend in polling: Biden is +9.4 in FiveThirtyEight’s average of national polls compared to +8.4 heading into the Democratic National Convention last Monday and +8.3 on July 30.
That said, Trump has seen a slight uptick in his approval rating, which sits at an average of 41.7% according to FiveThirtyEight, up from 40.4% at the end of July.
Joe Biden finally announced his running mate, making good on his promise to select a woman by asking Kamala Harris to join his ticket last week.
Now, as the virtual Democratic National Convention kicks off Monday night, Biden finds himself with a smaller but still sizable lead in the betting market. Since July 30, Biden’s odds have dropped from -200 (61.2% implied probability) to -149 (54.1%) while Donald Trump’s have risen from +175 (33.4%) to +130 (39.3%).
Trump’s boost in odds coincides with a slight uptick in his approval rating, which now sits at 42% — the highest it’s been since early June according to FiveThirtyEight’s tracker, when protests over racial injustice began to sweep the nation.
Biden’s lead over Trump in FiveThirtyEight’s average of national polls has gone from +8.3 to +8.0 over that same span (since July 30).
Donald Trump, who on Thursday tweeted about delaying the 2020 election, is trailing Joe Biden in 2020 election odds for the ninth straight week.
At +175, Trump’s odds haven’t worsened since our last update 10 days ago, but Biden’s have improved from -189 to -200 over that same span. Since we first started tracking these odds on March 4, Biden’s implied probability of winning has gone from 40% to 61.2%, his highest yet.
Biden first leapfrogged Trump on the oddsboard in early June, at the height of nationwide protests over racial justice, when his -110 odds gave him a 47.3% implied probability. He’s expected to announce his running mate in the first week of August, before the Democratic National Convention starts on Aug. 17.
Donald Trump has matched his lowest odds of the 2020 cycle, hitting +175 for the second time over the past month, giving him only a 33.2% implied probability of winning reelection.
Joe Biden’s odds, meanwhile, have matched his previous best: At -189, the former Vice President once again has better odds than Trump did as the favorite when we started tracking this market after Super Tuesday and the President was listed at -149. This aligns with what Smarkets has also reported — that Biden’s chances of winning are now better than Trump’s have been (per their exchange prices).
The odds board has better reflected polling over the past two months, when Biden began to grow his lead, going from a +6.0 edge on May 21 to a +8.8 edge on July 21 in FiveThirtyEight’s average of national polls. In fact, he’s sustained a +8.0 or higher edge since mid-June.
According to The New York Times, this is the first time a candidate has sustained this kind of advantage for this long in nearly 25 years, when Bill Clinton led Bob Dole in 1996 election polls.
Kanye West’s presidential bid didn’t last very long.
After announcing intentions to run against Donald Trump and Joe Biden as a third-party candidate on July 4, Kanye ended his campaign just 10 days later. Other than the rapper’s brief entry into the race, not much else has changed over recent weeks: Biden is still a significant betting favorite against Trump, with -175 odds that give Biden a 58.2% implied probability compared to Trump’s +163 odds and 34.7% implied probability.
Trump’s decline started in late May/early June, when protests enveloped streets and cities across the county in the wake of George Floyd’s killing in Minneapolis. There’s also the nationwide rise in coronavirus cases since mid-June to consider.
Since June 8, Biden has maintained higher than a 50% implied probability of winning according to the betting market. Trump’s implied probability hasn’t spiked above 40% since then.
Biden is +8.3 in FiveThirtyEight’s average of national polls.
Donald Trump just saw his 2020 election odds move in a positive direction for the first time since Memorial Day.
After hitting a new low of +175 odds last week, Trump is now a +150 betting underdog coming out of the Fourth of July weekend, gaining back some of the implied probability he had lost over the past month when he had fallen from 45.2% on June 2 to 33% on June 30.
Joe Biden maintains a substantial lead on the oddsboard at -161 with a 55.8% implied probability of winning in November.
Kanye West threw his hat in the proverbial ring on Independence Day, announcing on Twitter that he’s allegedly running for president — yes, in 2020. The betting market’s initial odds for Kanye seem to reflect the obstacles he would have to overcome if he’s serious about entering the race just four months until the election: He’s a +8000 longshot. That’s a 1.1% implied probability for the rapper.
As COVID-19 cases continue to surge throughout the United States while the country confronts issues of systemic racism, Donald Trump’s odds to be re-elected continue to fall.
Trump is now a +175 betting underdog, giving him only a 33% implied probability of winning the election compared to Joe Biden’s 59.3% implied probability. The latest polling backs it up: According to FiveThirtyEight’s average of national polls, Biden has an average +9.6 edge over Trump — that’s tied for Biden’s second-biggest edge over Trump in FiveThirtyEight’s average since late February.
Trump’s implied probability has steadily declined since outrage over George Floyd’s death swept the nation, falling from 45.2% on June 2 to 33% on June 30. Trump hits this new low just days after The New York Times released new polling that showed him falling six to 11 points behind in six battleground states that helped deliver his 2016 victory.
The presidential race continues to evolve as the nation grapples with COVID, issues of race and more.
Joe Biden is now a -161 betting favorite, giving him a 55.8% implied probability — that’s a 3.2% increase over the past two weeks and the biggest edge lead the former Vice President has had over Donald Trump since we started tracking these odds on Super Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Trump’s 36.2% implied probability with +150 odds is the worst it’s been this cycle, falling from 40.5% and +125 over the past two weeks.
After a second straight weekend of protests in the wake of George Floyd’s death, CNN released a new poll showing that only 41% of the public supports Donald Trump compared to the 55% that supports Joe Biden.
The betting market continues to move in Biden’s direction, as well: The former Vice President is now a -137 favorite to win the election, giving him a 52.6% implied probability of winning according to the odds at the European sportsbook Betfair.
That’s the biggest lead Biden has had over Trump since we started tracking these odds after Super Tuesday.
These odds were stagnant for months as the U.S. battled COVID-19, but have quickly moved in Biden’s favor over the past two weeks.
Joe Biden is the favorite to win the 2020 presidential election for the first time since mid-March.
After trailing Donald Trump on the odds board for much of the past three months, Biden drew even with Trump earlier this week with +100 odds at European sportsbook Betfair. Now Biden’s -110 odds give him a 47.3% vig-free implied probability of winning in November — a 2.1% increase over the past two days — while Trump is down to +110 (a 2.2% decrease).
The first significant shift in election odds comes amidst ongoing unrest across the country in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
The odds now better reflect recent polling, as Real Clear Politics’ average of major polls lists Biden at +7.8.
Amid ongoing protests in the wake of George Floyd’s death, the 2020 election odds market just saw its first significant change in months.
Donald Trump — who had been between a -110 and -120 favorite since mid-March — is now listed at even odds (+100) with Joe Biden at the European sportsbook Betfair.
Just one month ago, the betting market gave Trump a 46% vig-free implied probability of winning November’s election, which at the time was a 6.1% edge over Biden. Now their +100 odds give them each a 45.2% implied probability of winning.
As my colleague Bryan Mears recently discussed, betting markets haven’t necessarily reflected recent polling. And while the current odds are now closer to what polls seem to indicate about the state of the presidential race, Biden actually still has a +6 edge over Trump in Real Clear Politics’ average of notable polls:
As the U.S. continues to grapple with issues of racial inequality and a virus that has claimed more than 100,000 American lives, it appears that betting markets have at least adjusted for the uncertainty of how the coming weeks and months will impact the presidential race.
There hasn’t been much movement on the 2020 election oddsboard in May.
Donald Trump is still favored to win in November. His -110 odds give him a 46% implied probability of winning — a more than 6% edge over Joe Biden, whose +120 odds give him a 39.9% implied probability.
Donald Trump has maintained his position as the favorite to win the 2020 election since mid-March, though his edge has shortened over the past three weeks — his implied probably of winning according to the betting market has fallen from 50.5% (-120 odds) to 46% (-110 odds) over that span.
Meanwhile, Joe Biden’s odds remain unaffected by the ongoing coverage of the sexual assault allegation against him, holding steady at +120 since mid-April.
Just five days after seeing a boost from Bernie Sanders dropping out of the race, Joe Biden’s election odds are once again trending downward while Donald Trump’s continue to rise.
Here’s how their implied probabilities of winning (per their odds) have shifted since last Wednesday:
- Trump: 47.6% to 50.5% (+2.9%)
- Biden: 45.5% to 42% (-3.5%)
Bernie Sanders ended his campaign on Wednesday, paving way for Joe Biden to (likely) secure the Democratic nomination in August.
Biden’s election odds saw a boost as a result, improving from a 40.4% implied probability (+125 odds) to 45.5% (+100). That puts him within nearly two percentage points of Donald Trump, who had been previously padding his lead on the odds board over the prior two weeks.
Since re-emerging as the betting favorite 10 days ago, Donald Trump has held a steady lead over Joe Biden on the 2020 election odds board as the U.S. continues to navigate the nationwide COVID-19 outbreak.
Trump now has a 6.8% edge in implied probability over Biden (47.2% vs. 40.4%).
Here’s a brief snapshot of notable odds movement over that span:
- March 24: Trump announces he hopes to relax social distancing guidelines by Easter. His odds move from +110 (tied with Biden) to -110, positioning him as the favorite once again.
- March 25: Betfair adds election odds for New York governor Andrew Cuomo, who has seen those improve from +8000 (1.1% implied probability) to +2200 (3.9%) since.
- March 27: Biden sees his odds dip from +110 to +120, or from 43.7% to 41.3% (-2.4%) in implied probability in just two days.
- March 30: The day after reversing course on his Easter timeline to extend social distancing guidelines through the end of April, Trump sees his lead over Biden grow with the former Vice President’s odds slipping further to +125.
A day after Donald Trump announced that federal social distancing guidelines would be extended through the end of April, the gap has widened between Trump and Joe Biden in 2020 election odds.
Trump remains a -110 favorite (47.2% implied probability) to win in November, but Biden saw his implied probability fall from 41.3% (+120 odds) to 40.4% (+125 odds) between Friday and Monday — or 3.3% total since March 18.
After bottoming out at +110 odds (43.1% implied probability) last week, Donald Trump re-emerged as the betting favorite to win the general election earlier this week and is now padding his lead over Joe Biden.
The former Vice President is down to a +120 underdog as of Friday, representing a dip in implied probability from 43.7% to 41.3% (-2.4%) since this past Wednesday.
On Wednesday, European sportsbook Betfair added one more name to the 2020 election odds board: New York governor Andrew Cuomo, who is currently combatting a COVID-19 outbreak across his state.
Still, Cuomo hasn’t actually announced any intention of running as of writing, and his +8000 odds give him only a 1.1% chance of winning.
Donald Trump remains the favorite to win the general election with his 45.9% implied probability giving him a slight edge over Joe Biden, who has a 43.7% implied probability.
After hitting a new low of +110 (43.1% implied probability) only one week ago, Donald Trump’s odds to win the 2020 election are up to -110 (46.1% implied probability), meaning he is once again the favorite to win in November.
Trump’s 3% boost in implied probability comes at a cost to Joe Biden: While the former Vice President has held steady at +100 odds, his implied probability has dipped from 44.5% to 44% over the past week.
We’ll continue to monitor how the 2020 presidential election odds shift in the coming days and weeks, so be sure to check back as the race evolves.
Betting odds indicate the market is growing increasingly bearish on Donald Trump’s chances of re-election.
His odds reached a new low on Monday, bottoming out at +110 (43.1% implied probability). Trump has since bounced back to +100, but that still leaves him even with Joe Biden, who has gained significant ground since Super Tuesday (March 10), when he was a +500 underdog to win the presidency.
For context on how quickly Trump’s odds have fallen, his -162 odds heading into Super Tuesday gave him a 50.2% implied probability of winning. That’s now down to 44.5%.
Betfair is offering odds simply for President Donald Trump not to be re-elected — meaning it doesn’t pin him against Joe Biden or any other candidate; it’s just a yes/no bet — and Trump is listed as -137 to not be voted in for a second term.
Trump is also positioned as an underdog in two other bet categories at Betfair:
- Popular vote winner: The still to-be-officially-nominated candidate of the Democratic party is a -227 favorite (64.6% implied probability) to win the popular vote over Trump, who is listed at +163 odds (35.4%).
- Winning party: Democrats are a -120 favorite to win the presidential election (49.7% implied probability) against the Republicans, who are -110 (47.6%). An independent is, unsurprisingly, a +3300 longshot (2.7%) to win.