U.S. Politics & Trump 2020 Odds, Preview, and Predictions

U.S. Politics & Trump 2020 Odds, Preview, and Predictions

Written by on February 20, 2020

2020 is a U.S. Presidential Election year. That means President Trump must run for reelection against the Democratic Candidate. The Democratic field is wide-open, which is why the current Commander-in-Chief offers -300 odds to take the win. Check out odds on the top U.S. Politics wagers. We also offer our expert analysis and free picks!

2020 U.S. Presidential Election Odds

  • When: Nov. 3, 2020
  • Where: U.S. States & Territories
  • TV: U.S. Broadcast Television Stations

U.S. Presidential Democratic Candidate Odds

** Democratic National Convention is July 13-16, 2020

  • Bernie Sanders +125
  • Michael Bloomberg +215
  • Pete Buttigieg +800
  • Joe Biden +800
  • Amy Klobuchar +1600
  • Elizabeth Warren +5000
  • Hillary Clinton +2300
  • Michelle Obama +8000

After the debate in Nevada, the underdog with a shot, no doubt, is Elizabeth Warren. She blasted Mike “Mini-Mike” Bloomberg. The former New York City Mayor won’t get past some of the things he’s said in the past. Bloomberg has said awful things about women and minorities, the 2 most important parts of the Democratic base. So, yeah, he’s done for unless he bumps up the ad spend to a billion, which he might. At the odds, he’s an underlay.

Bernie’s not an underlay. He offers the lowest-odds. But he’s just like Elizabeth Warren, which means his people will still vote for him even if Liz dominated the debate. Think Bernie for your fave and E-dub for your dog.

Democratic Candidate Picks: Bernie & Warren

2020 Possible Presidential Runners

  • Trump vs Bernie +145
  • Blomberg vs Trump +185
  • Trump vs Mayor Pete +500
  • Biden vs Trump +1000
  • Trump vs Klobuchar +1400
  • Hillary vs Trump +1800
  • Trump vs Warren +6100

The odds on Trump vs Warren presents the biggest overlay. That’s a must wager if you’re looking to throw a dart. Elizabeth stepped it up in the last debate. She can turn the sinking ship around with a win in Nevada and a good showing in South Carolina.

The only other wager worth mentioning is Donald versus Bernie. Sanders has a fired-up group of fans. He’s the socialists’ Elvis. Bloomberg could win the nomination because the Democratic elites love the guy, but he won’t. The dude’s boring and he’s got more baggage than the poor folks on that coronavirus ship in Japan.

Presidential Runners Picks: Trump vs Warren & Trump vs Bernie

Donald Trump Election Special

  • To Lose Electoral College & Popular Vote +150
  • To Win Electoral College, Lose Popular Vote +175
  • Win Electoral College & Popular Vote +200
  • To Lose Electoral College, Win Popular Vote +1400

Trump should win the Electoral College. No Democratic running can take down The Don. Unless something crazy happens to the economy, which it doesn’t appear will, Trump wins the Electoral college. He could also win the popular vote. Even so-called liberals can’t vote for Bernie. So, unless Warren, or Mayor Pete, or Amy, or Bloomberg beats Bernie, Donald takes both. It’s hard to see anybody beating Bernie.

Donald Trump Election Special: Win Electoral College & Popular Vote +200

U.S. Presidential Election 2020 Winner Odds

  • Donald Trump -300
  • Bernie Sanders +350
  • Michael Bloomberg +450
  • Pete Buttigieg +2000
  • Joe Biden +1600
  • Amy Klobuchar +4000
  • Elizabeth Warren +8000
  • Hillary Clinton +6600

If it’s Trump versus Mini-Mike Trump wins. His fans are way more into him than Bloomberg fans are into him. Some Dems won’t even vote because Bloomberg seems to look at everyone who isn’t named Mike Bloomberg with disdain.

Bernie could give Trump a run for his money. But there aren’t enough socialists in the United States to back Bernie. Warren could, but she’s got a tall hill to climb to beat Bernie for the nom. The haters going to hate but Donald Trump’s going to win. Back The Don for a second term.

U.S. Presidential Election 2020 Pick: Donald Trump


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