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Joe Biden Remains the Frontrunner at South Carolina Primary 2020 Odds

  • Joe Biden holds some sort of a Southern identity
  • Bernie Sanders might turn things around
  • Tom Steyer is surprisingly on the rise in South Carolina
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Who will win South Carolina Primary 2020?
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South Carolina Democratic presidential primary will take place on February 29. Eight candidates seek to win the top spot according to South Carolina Primary 2020 odds. There is a wide consensus that the former vice president Joe Biden remains the frontrunner. However, you should keep in mind that around half of the potential voters might still change their minds.

South Carolina (SC) the home to the country’s first in the South primary will come after Iowa, New Hampshire, and Nevada. Voters will choose among 14 candidates on the ballot. However, not all of the candidates are in the run, as Cory Booker, Julian Castro, and Marianne Williamson have already ended their campaigns. 2020 SC elections are one of the most significant for the national nomination. Since 1992 only one Democratic candidate has lost South Carolina, yet became the Democratic presidential candidate, John Kerry in 2004.

Among the remaining long list of candidates, online sportsbook news sites in the United States claim only three have a chance to win. They are Joe Biden vs Bernie Sanders, with Tom Steyer surging in the polls as a dark horse. Although Biden is a clear frontrunner at South Carolina Primary 2020 odds, around half of Democrats are still not fully decided. Besides, Iowa and New Hampshire’s primary results might affect the outcome of South Carolina, especially if Sanders wins big.

Joe Biden holds some sort of a Southern identity

The Pennsylvania native does not fit the bill of being both Southern and African American in a state that has a significant African American population. However, he may have an edge because of his close association with the first African American president, Barack Obama. Besides, Biden has spent a lot of time in South Carolina, creating some sort of a Southern identity that voters might relate to.

His familiarity with the state’s politics makes him the favorite at South Carolina Primary 2020 odds with 1.2 value, as per 22BET Sportsbook. Most Democratic primary polls have shown Biden comfortably ahead of his rivals. He holds almost a double-digit advantage. So, it is hard to see him lose unless he gets hit in Iowa and New Hampshire.

Bernie Sanders might turn things around at South Carolina Primary 2020

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Vermont Senator remains far behind in the polls with only 15 percent. It takes us back to 2016 primary when Sanders was crushed gaining only 26 percent, with Hillary Clinton winning 73.5 percent. It was the beginning of Sanders’ defeat in the south. However, that does not mean the democratic socialist is completely doomed.

He enjoys the largest support in South Carolina among the young Democratic voters. He also started lately stealing some endorsements from former vice president Joe Biden in the state. His ticket of Medicare for All might help him surge especially if he wins big in Iowa and New Hampshire. If you think Sanders can turn things around, you can bet on him to win with 4.32 odds.

Tom Steyer is surprisingly on the rise in SC

As top candidates are focusing on Iowa and New Hampshire, the hedge-fund billionaire has his eyes on a different prize. Tom Steyer is spending millions of dollars in South Carolina. He is appearing in rural outposts and lavishing money and attention. According to online gambling sites in the United States, Steyer’s strategy looks promising. His odds are not yet available, but you can check out our review about 22BET Sportsbook, for future updates. In recent polls, Steyer has surged in South Carolina with around 15 percent.

Other candidates like Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren have 21 and 17 odds respectively. But, they seem to be struggling in South Carolina, unlike Iowa and New Hampshire, the largely white states.

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