US Election Betting 2020 Predictions: Latest Odds and Tips

2020 will be an important year for the United States, well, the world even! American and global citizens across the planet will tune in to the news of upcoming US elections. Will Donald Trump earn a second term as the President of the United States, or will Joe Biden take the lead? Will the Republicans rule or the Democrats get a chance? Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020 will mark the next US presidential election, which gives punters around the world an exciting betting opportunity and to help you make a well-informed decision, here is the US Election Betting 2020 guide!

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2020 is almost here and the year marks another important milestone in the US. This is the year that the residents are going to the ballot and it doesn’t get any better. 3rd November 2020 is the date. Is Donald Trump getting another term in the oval office? Who is the closest competitor? Who is more suited to become the Democrat candidate? Will Pres. Trump be challenged for the Republican ticket?

There is, however, a twist before the general elections. There has been the talk of a possible Trump’s impeachment with the Democrats behind the motion. If the house, which is majorly Democrat-filled, votes in the motion’s favor, Trumps will join the likes of Pres. Bill Clinton and Pres. Andrew Johnson is facing a Senate trial. Does the motion affect chances of Trump getting back to the office? And what are the odds of Donald Trump getting impeached?

Many questions linger in many people’s head and this is another perfect time for the bookies. Many bookmakers have presented the Politics category where interested players can bet on the above parameters. Going by the odds given by the following bookmakers; Unibet, Bet365, and William Hill, we look at the odds offered and various tips on how to bet on the US elections;

Top Playmakers that allow betting on politics, and accept Canadian Bettors

There has been a rise of playmakers in the betting industry but few have managed to offer an avenue for politics betting. Below are the top three (3) playmakers that have offered the avenue in the US:

2020 is almost here and the year marks another important milestone in the US. This is the year that the residents are going to the ballot and it doesn’t get any better. 3rd November 2020 is the date. Is Donald Trump getting another term in the oval office? Who is the closest competitor? Who is more suited to become the Democrat candidate? Will Pres. Trump be challenged for the Republican ticket?

There is, however, a twist before the general elections. There has been the talk of a possible Trump’s impeachment with the Democrats behind the motion. If the house, which is majorly Democrat-filled, votes in the motion’s favor, Trumps will join the likes of Pres. Bill Clinton and Pres. Andrew Johnson in facing a Senate trial. Does the motion affect chances of Trump getting back to the office? And what are the odds of Donald Trump getting impeached?

Many questions linger in many people’s head and this is another perfect time for the bookies. Many bookmakers have presented the Politics category where interested players can bet on the above parameters. Going by the odds given by the following bookmakers; Unibet, Bet365, and William Hill, we look at the odds offered and various tips on how to bet on the US elections;

Democrats

  • Michael Bennet Amy Klobuchar
  • Joe Biden Wayne Messam
  • Bill de Blasio Beto O’Rourke
  • Cory Booker Tim Ryan
  • Steve Bullock Bernie Sanders
  • Pete Buttigieg Joe Sestak
  • Julian Castro Tom Steyer
  • John Delaney Elizabeth Warren
  • Tulsi Gabbard Marianne Williamson
  • Kamala Harris Andrew Yang

Republicans

  • Donald Trump
  • Bill Weld
  • Joe Walsh

Other candidates expected include Mike Pence, John Kasich, Nikki Haley on the Republicans section.

As it stands

The current political field has 15 Democratic candidates vying for the party’s ticket who will then go on to vie for a presidential spot. The Republican party, on the other hand, has three (3) candidates vying for a ticket to vie for president with Donald Trump among the fold. 

The Democratic Party candidates are as follows;

  1. Michael Bennet – 54 
  2. Joe Biden – 76 
  3. Michael Bloomberg – 77 
  4. Cory Booker – 49 
  5. Pete Buttigieg – 37 
  6. Julian Castro – 44 
  7. John Delaney – 56 
  8. Tulsi Gabbard – 38 
  9. Amy Klobuchar – 58 
  10. Deval Patrick – 63
  11. Bernie Sanders – 77
  12. Tom Steyer – 62
  13. Elizabeth Warren – 69
  14. Marianne Williamson – 66
  15. Andrew Yang – 43 

The 3 Republican Party candidates are as follows;

  1. Donald Trump – 73 
  2. Joe Walsh – 57
  3. Bill Weld – 74

Going by some of the most popular bookies, the Democratic Party nominations have had the odds as follows;

Unibet

Michael Bennet+25000
Joe Biden+300
Michael Bloomberg+900
Cory Booker+10000
Pete Buttigieg+400
Julian Castro+20000
John Delaney 
Tulsi Gabbard+5000
Amy Klobuchar+5000
Deval Patrick 
Bernie Sanders+500
Tom Steyer 
Elizabeth Warren+475
Marianne Williamson+25000
Andrew Yang+2000

On the other hand, the Republican Party nominations have been offered as follows by Unibet;

Donald Trump-835
Joe Walsh 
Bill Weld+10000

Bet365

Bet365 has only offered Democratic Party nomination odds as follows;

Michael Bennet
Joe Biden+275
Michael Bloomberg+800
Cory Booker+8000
Pete Buttigieg+400
Julian Castro+10000
John Delaney 
Tulsi Gabbard+4000
Amy Klobuchar+3300
Deval Patrick +5000
Bernie Sanders+450
Tom Steyer 
Elizabeth Warren+400
Marianne Williamson+25000
Andrew Yang+1600

How have the above bookies put out odds on the winner of the US 2020 Presidential Elections? It is as follows;

Unibet

(In no particular order)

Michael Bennet+20000
Joe Biden+650
Michael Bloomberg+1400
Cory Booker
Pete Buttigieg+800
Julian Castro+15000
John Delaney +15000
Tulsi Gabbard+8000
Amy Klobuchar+5000
Deval Patrick 
Bernie Sanders+800
Tom Steyer 
Elizabeth Warren+1000
Marianne Williamson+25000
Andrew Yang+3300
Donald Trump+125
Joe Walsh+20000
Bill Weld+20000

Bet365

(In no particular order)

Michael Bennet
Joe Biden+600
Michael Bloomberg+1600
Cory Booker+10000
Pete Buttigieg+800
Julian Castro+15000
John Delaney +20000
Tulsi Gabbard+6600
Amy Klobuchar+5000
Deval Patrick +8000
Bernie Sanders+900
Tom Steyer +15000
Elizabeth Warren+900
Marianne Williamson+20000
Andrew Yang+3300
Donald Trump+110
Joe Walsh
Bill Weld

William Hill

(In no particular order)

Michael Bennet+20000
Joe Biden+600
Michael Bloomberg+1400
Cory Booker+10000
Pete Buttigieg+800
Julian Castro+20000
John Delaney +25000
Tulsi Gabbard+6600
Amy Klobuchar+5000
Deval Patrick +10000
Bernie Sanders+900
Tom Steyer +20000
Elizabeth Warren+1000
Marianne Williamson+25000
Andrew Yang+3300
Donald Trump+100
Joe Walsh+20000
Bill Weld+20000

(Please note other candidates’ odds can be found on request)

Among the bookies, Unibet has gone ahead to offer the odds to the likeliest party to clinch the top seat. The odds are as follows;

Democrats-121
Republicans+100
Independent/ Other parties+5000

The above bookies have not offered odds on whether Donald Trump will be impeached. However, Betfair has offered the odds as follows;

Will Trump be impeached?

Yes-300
No+250

Going by the bookies, Donald Trump is the favorite to retain the seat with the odds at Unibet (+125), Bet365 (+110), and William Hill (+100) backing his re-election. The impeachment motion has not affected the odds majorly with just a slight change noted. The closest competitors are drawn from the Democrats where Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Michael Bloomberg, and Pete Buttigieg are giving Trump a chase.

Joe Biden is closely looking to become the Democrat candidate. The former VP is a popular figure among the party and commands a good following which would see him topple Elizabeth Warren for the Democrat ticket. This is not to discredit the Senator from Massachusetts who is a strong lady and commands a huge urban crowd of anti-Trumpers

Bernie Sanders is another top likeliest candidate to clinch the ticket and ultimately battle it up with Donald Trump. Part of the 2016 appeal saw him connect with young people and if he is to connect with them once more then he would stand a chance. But several factors hinder him. Pete Buttigieg has taken that young people’s ‘post’ and Bernie’s age may be a factor to consider among the voters. Michael Bloomberg is another popular figure and wealthy enough to finance some of the early races. His track record speaks for itself in both the public sector and the private sector. Andrew Yang is another candidate to look out for. The odds are not high in favor of him but we have seen outsiders toppling over. A case of Trump and Hilton in 2016.

US Election Betting 2020 Predictions: Tips

Some of the tips players need to follow as they bet on politics include;

  • Timing – Backing an underdog earlier can depict huge returns if the results turn to your favor. Trump’s 2016 victory was one such result where those who had backed him earlier had a field day.
  • Economic trends – If the economy is not aligning properly, the rival may opt to bring a ’change’ through their candidate and this is a tip to consider
  • Don’t focus only on winner markets – The general elections in many cases have parties that are seen as favorites or those that are closely tied. Odds offered here are not ‘value bets’ and chances of a good payout are low. You can choose to bet on other party primaries and such like. Always remember, the good value will come down to line betting.
  • Don’t bet based on your political preferences – Like other sports, learn to be objective. Never bet on your favorite party simply because of ‘sycophancy’. Don’t be one-sided as you read the facts and polls. Try to gather other different agendas before making your bet
  • Populism and party loyalty – Times have changed and populism has been backed more than party loyalty in politics. Many people go with popular figures which is another tip you should look to consider