US Presidential Election odds

It’s the greatest show on Earth right now and it’s about to reach a climax. If you haven’t yet bet on the 2020 US Presidential election, get with the program. This is the ultimate political battle and online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada allow you to profit from it. Politics is, after all, just a different sort of sport. So, even if you’re not really interested, dislike politics, or just aren’t from the US of A, join in. Pick a side. Place a wager. Have some fun with it. You may as well. ... read more

To look at the polling, a bet on Joe Biden to win the White House seems a pretty safe bet. He’s maintaining a seven point lead over the President nationally. Of course, it’s only the swing states that matter, but even those seem ebbing Joe Biden’s way. That’s why the odds on Donald Trump winning in 2020 have drifted out again at online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada. It would appear the President has an uphill battle on his hands in this, the final week of the election. ... read more

Putting a bet on Biden/Harris winning the election seems a bit of a no-brainer at this point. The polls are slanting their way, the nation is still in crisis, the public discontent palpable. This does not bode well for Donald Trump’s re-election chances. So does that mean you should write-off a bet on Donald Trump at online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada? The polls showed him behind in 2016 too, remember? We take a look at the DNC surge and the Republican response.  ... read more

The Democrat VP nominee odds are still on the move. Right now Kamala Harris is firm favorite but you can’t bet on US politics being predictable. Online sportsbook sites in the US, like Bovada, may give you Evens on her getting the gig, but should you take them? With a strong challenge from the likes of Elizabeth Warren and Susan Rice this is no easy decision. So just which of the current crop will Joe Biden plump for? And will the vetting process see Harris fall at the final hurdle? ... read more

On the face of it this is an open and shut case. Biden is increasing his lead over Donald Trump whilst expending little energy to do so. At this rate his win in November will be a landslide. Donald will just be another one-term president, as much a victim of circumstance as his own failings. However whilst online betting sites in the US like Bovada give Biden better odds in the US Presidential Election, some democrats are worrying the President might just ignore the result. ... read more

President Trump and challenger Joe Biden face off across a far different landscape than either expected. The nation is in turmoil. The issues with law & order and the public health created a situation neither prepared for. The people are taking sides, and winning the centrists is getting more complex. You can no longer bet on US politics in 2020 remaining so reactionary. Someone will have to get out in front of these things. At online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada you can bet on who it’ll be. ... read more

You can always bet on US politics to be interesting. It’s an extravaganza compared to the dry, staid nature of European politics. This time round the Presidential election occurs during a veritable cavalcade of crises. Typically, this would mean the odds on the Republicans in 2020, as the incumbents, should be in free-fall. A quick glance at online betting sites in the US like Bovada, however, shows this isn’t happening. So will Donald Trump get re-elected in November? ... read more

Incumbent Presidents have always had an advantage. The gravitas of White House residency gives them an image that’s hard to beat. However, you can bet on the Democrats in 2020 to point out just what that image is. You could always bet on US politics to be slightly grubby when push came to shove, but now it’s downright mean. Anyone used to putting a bet on sports in the US at Bovada will recognize this as a grudge match of epic proportions. Although that’s not how they’ll frame it. ... read more

The polarization of US politics has left a chasm between the two sides of the aisle. This makes the choices at the polls this November all the more stark. As the nation faces multiple massive issues the parties are both running for cover with none in sight. Those used to a bet on sports in the US might find this tricky to call, they’d not be alone. Even the pundits are having problems and the bookies like Bovada might give Biden the edge now, but how long will that last? ... read more

Technically, there are three candidates still with a chance to be President going into 2021. Donald Trump, the incumbent, Bernie Sanders the progressive radical, and Joe Biden the former Vice President. Each are, as it usual with politicians, quite outspoken. So we’re going to take a look at what they’ve said, and see how that’s changed their odds at online betting sites in the US like Bovada. This is a good barometer of their chances, and we’ll see which will be a good bet on US politics in 2020. ... read more