Updated 2020 U.S. Presidential Election Odds See Mark Cuban Gaining Ground, Trump Still Winning

by 2 weeks ago
Updated 2020 US Presidential Election Odds

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Our friends over at BetDSI recently released updated odds on who will win the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election and there have been some interesting names added to the list.

Notable movements in the odds include Donald Trump going from 2-3 to 3-2, Bernie Sanders going from 20-1 to 12-1, Mark Cuban going from 75-1 to 50-1 and LeBron James going from 200-1 to 100-1.

Currently with the second best odds to become the next President of the United States is California Senator Kamala Harris at 8-1. Harris would be the first woman ever elected to the highest office in the land if she were to succeed.

In fact, out of the 10 people with the best odds at becoming the 46th President, four of them are female.

In addition to Harris, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is listed at 10-1, former First Lady Michele Obama is 20-1, and New York State Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is at 25-1.

Other names of note include Joe Biden at 12-1, Bernie Sanders at 12-1, Mike Pence at 16-1, Oprah Winfrey at 50-1, Dwayne Johnson at 60-1, Al Gore at 70-1, George Clooney at 75-1, John Cena and Chelsea Clinton at 200-1 and Kanye West at 500-1.

Check out the complete list of the current 2020 U.S. Presidential Election odds below.

2020 Presidential Election Betting Odds
Donald Trump 3-2
Kamala Harris 8-1
Elizabeth Warren 10-1
Joe Biden 12-1
Bernie Sanders 12-1
Mike Pence 16-1
Michelle Obama 20-1
Cory Booker 25-1
Kirsten Gillibrand 25-1
Beto O’Rourke 30-1
Mark Cuban 50-1
Oprah Winfrey 50-1

Eric Holder 50-1
Julian Castro 50-1
Bob Iger 50-1
Andrew Cuomo 50-1
Sherrod Brown 50-1
Deval Patrick 50-1
Gavin Newsom 50-1
Dwayne Johnson 60-1

Jamie Dimon 60-1
Hillary Clinton 60-1
Michael Bloomberg 60-1
Howard Schultz 60-1
Amy Klobuchar 60-1
Eric Garcetti 60-1
Al Gore 70-1
Keith Ellison 70-1
Mitt Romney 70-1
Scott Walker 70-1
Marco Rubio 70-1
Ted Cruz 75-1
Tim Kaine 75-1
George Clooney 75-1
Carly Fiorina 75-1
Rand Paul 75-1
LeBron James 100-1

John Cena 200-1
Tammy Duckworth 200-1
Chelsea Clinton 200-1
Tim Cook 200-1
Evan McMullin 250-1
Nancy Pelosi 250-1
Jeff Flake 250-1
Kanye West 500-1


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