Ron DeSantis Drops Out of 2024 Election: Latest Presidential Election Odds

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The 2024 Republican presidential field lost one of its big names on Sunday, as Florida governor Ron DeSantis dropped out of the 2024 presidential election race.

Amid signs that DeSantis was preparing to endorse Trump, which he did in a video on Twitter/X on Sunday, the 2024 presidential election odds for DeSantis and the rest of the field were already on the move. Here's everything you need to know about the latest 2024 presidential election odds following the DeSantis news.

Ron DeSantis Drops Out of 2024 Election: Latest Presidential Election Odds

CandidateOddsChance to Win Election
Donald Trump+11842.75%
Joe Biden+19231.92%
Nikki Haley+19004.66%
Michelle Obama+21004.24%
Gavin Newsom+23003.88%
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.+26003.45%
Dean Phillips+5500 1.66%
Kamala Harris+75001.23%
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez+85001.08%
Mike Pence+95000.97%
Tom Cotton+120000.77%
Elizabeth Warren+160000.58%
Vivek Ramaswamy+180000.51%
Gretchen Whitmer+240000.39%
Ron DeSantis+260000.36%
Joe Manchin+260000.36%
Hillary Clinton+330000.28%
Mark Cuban+360000.26%
Ted Cruz+39000 0.24%
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson+420000.22%
Tucker Carlson+500000.19%

Odds via European exchange Betfair. Implied probability is "fair" implied probability, without the vigorish. Sportsbooks cannot offer political betting in the United States.

DeSantis' odds to win the presidency had gotten as high as +1000 during the fall, but his campaign has spiraled since reaching those heights. Entering last week's Republican Iowa caucuses, DeSantis' odds to win the presidency were a longshot +7500, and they got even longer despite his second-place showing in Iowa.

Before the news on Sunday, DeSantis' odds to win the presidency were +17000, implying 0.55% chance he would win the White House. After the news, DeSantis' presidential election odds are down to +26000, even though his campaign is over. Often, candidates who have suspended their campaigns will remain on the board at even longer odds, as is the case with Vivek Ramaswamy at +18000, for example.

“It’s clear to me that a majority of Republican primary voters want to give Donald Trump another chance,” DeSantis said in his video posted on X. New Hampshire’s primary comes Tuesday, January 23.

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”

– Winston Churchill

— Ron DeSantis (@RonDeSantis) January 21, 2024

As of Sunday, former president Donald Trump is the betting favorite to win the presidency in 2024 at +118. President Joe Biden is behind Trump at +192, with no other candidate's 2024 presidential election odds shorter than +2000.

For more on the 2024 presidential election, check out 2024 Presidential Election Odds: Updated Chances to Win the Presidency.

This is a developing story. Information from the Associated Press was used in this story.

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