Who wins US Election 2020: Biggest Bets PRO/AGAINST Breakdown

US Election Betting Biggest Bets 2020

The 2020 United States presidential primaries are giving voters a sense of which candidates have the best chance of challenging for the White House later this year, with both Democratic and Republican races already taking shape across the nation.

American Gambler has analysed primary election results and compared them with the biggest bets placed by the public thus far, both for and against each candidate.

This is based on betting data provided by the Betfair Exchange—the sports betting exchange website—where people can “back” (bet on the event to happen) and “lay” (bet on the event not to happen) options. According to the figures, Pete Buttigieg is the least backed” candidate while the public is on Elizabeth Warrens side in her battle to beat Amy Klobuchar, with the biggest bet against Klobuchar to win worth £177 ($230).

Warren looks likely to run as the “best of the rest” behind Democratic party favorites Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders, the two who appear most likely to form their own head-to-head battle early on in the primaries.

American Gambler also found that the public is still betting on women (like Hillary Clinton or Michelle Obama) who are yet to announce they will run for president this year. Surprisingly, author and former United States Ambassador to Japan, Caroline Kennedy, is backed” as the most likely to win the U.S. election in 2020.

Kennedy is the only surviving child of the 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy—one of the most popular Presidents in modern history—and First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.

Top 5 most backed women (4 of them don’t run for president)

Unlikely CandidateBiggest Bet, £ TO WIN US ELection 2020
Caroline Kennedy507
Oprah Winfrey360
Hillary Clinton169
Ivanka Trump78
Michelle Obama20

Total wagered on the market: £12.819 ($16.685)

CandidateBiggest Bet, £ TO HAPPEN
Trump11.578
Bloomberg573
Sanders545
Biden273
Buttigieg133
Klobuchar27
Warren93
Total13.222

US election 2020 Biggest Bet, £ - NOT TO HAPPEN

CandidateBiggest Bet, £ – NOT TO HAPPEN
Trump9.417
Bloomberg624
Sanders749
Biden227
Buttigieg247
Klobuchar177
Warren47
Total11.488

Ironically enough, betting on the 2020 U.S. Election is not currently permitted in the United States. Oddsmakers from betting sites in New Jersey, Indiana, Pennsylvania and Iowa did not set odds on the event, although the UK bookies did.

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US Presidential Election 2020 Bets, Odds & The Only Winner

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