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US Presidential Election odds - Biden & Trump joint favourites in latest US Election betting

  • Joe Biden is now the joint favourite with Donald Trump to win the US Election
  • Market leaders now both event-money with Ladbrokes in latest US Presidential Election betting
Joe Biden is equal favourite with Donald Trump in the 2020 US Presidential Election Next President betting market (Getty Images)


US Presidential Election 2020 - Next President Betting Tips 


There is little between Donald Trump and Joe Biden in the US Presidential race, according to bookmakers.

Ladbrokes have the pair priced at even-money apiece to win the next Election at time of writing, with every other name being 33/1 or bigger - including the likes of Michelle Obama (66/1) and Ivanka Trump (500/1).

Ladbrokes spokesperson Alex Apati told FreeTips.com: "We can't separate Trump and Biden at the head of the Election betting at this stage and it looks as though things will go right down to the wire."

US Presidential Election 2020 - Next President Betting Odds 


Donald Trump has been joined by Joe Biden as equal favourite to win the 2020 US Presidential Election. Hillary Clinton and Mike Pence are next best at 33/1 and 66/1 respectively, although the race to the White House later this year appears to be a battle between the POTUS and former VP Biden.

All US Presidential Election odds from Ladbrokes and correct on 1 June 2020:  

CandidateOdds
Donald Trump Evens
Joe Biden Evens
Hillary Clinton33/1
Mike Pence66/1
Michelle Obama66/1
Ivanka Trump500/1
Source: Ladbrokes

US Presidential Election 2020 Next President Tips


The 2020 US Presidential Election race is heating up. Joe Biden has shortened from 8/1, the former Vice President has polled well against Trump and his name value and association with the Obamas could be enough to help him win over voters. 

Biden has also come across strongly in the Democratic debates and is polling strongly against the other candidates. 

Another key factor in deciding who will win the 2020 election is the campaign trail. Trump was miles behind in polls in 2016 but he put together a campaign that managed to effectively resonate with a lot of voters in key states. His game plan may become a lot clearer as things get closer.

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