With Americans set to go to the polls on November 3, we’re taking a look at the next US President odds to see who will be in the White House for the next four years.
The latest 2020 Presidential Election betting suggests it is a two-man race for the top job, but that battle could go either way.
DONALD TRUMP @ Evens
Trump began the 2016 presidential campaign as a long-shot for head office but secured the Republican nomination and then upset hot favourite Hilary Clinton, despite technically receiving fewer popular votes.
His ‘Make America Great Again’ campaign slogan caught the imagination of middle America, with a lack of political correctness doing little to adversely affect his popularity.
Almost immediately after being elected, Trump set his stall out to seek a second term and his ratings have been impressive due to nationalist economic policies, strong immigration measures and counter-terrorism acts.
However, despite brushing aside an impeachment trial, much will now depend on how the 73-year-old handles the current coronavirus crisis.
JOE BIDEN @ 11/10
As a former senator for Delaware and vice president to Barrack Obama, Biden is hoping to make it third time lucky in his quest to be President, having tried twice before in 1988 and 2008.
The death of his son Beau led to him stepping back in 2016, but a long ‘will he-won’t he’ debate about 2020 ended with a decision to stand again due to a “sense of duty”.
Early primary election results did not augur too well, but a strong showing with African-American voters helped him prevail in South Carolina and then Super Tuesday provided huge momentum.
Alabama, Arkansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia victories pushed him ahead of Bernie Sanders and established Biden as the man democrats believe can oust Trump.
Prominent members of the party have jumped on the Biden bandwagon and, despite some “verbal fumbles”, the 77-year-old has combined moderate policies with some progressive plans on tuition fees and environmental issues.
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Those who still feel another candidate may come out of the clouds can get 8/1 for a different election winner to Trump or Biden.
Of course, the coronavirus pandemic has raised the possibility of no Presidential Election taking place in 2020, which is rated a 3/1 chance.
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