Updated US Presidential odds after Democratic debate

Updated US Presidential odds after Democratic debate

The third big Democratic primary debate for the U.S. 2020 Presidential elections just wrapped up, and it was a long but fruitful night for many of the candidates. Joe Biden continued to look old, referencing record players, Corey Booker got some laughs, and left wing twitter got left in the cold. But the question is, did any of the candidates have their odds change? We check Bovada for the lines.

Updated US Presidential odds after Democratic debateFirst off, the President himself, Donald Trump, has improved ever so slightly after the debate. That could be for a number of reasons, but the bottom line is he’s improved from +110 to +105.

Elizabeth Warren might have been trailing in the polls coming into tonight, but she was the odds on favorite to be the Democratic candidate for President. That hasn’t changed, as she delivered a solid performance and kept it clean. She’s improved her odds slightly as well, moving from +425 to +400.

Meanwhile, Joe Biden was leading in the polls, but coming in to tonight he was trailing Warren, in part due to his frequent gaffes and questions of if he might be too old for this. His odds get slightly worse, moving from +500 to +550.

Bernie Sanders has trailed both, but has been consistently second or third in the polls. He fought through a sore throat tonight. Maybe because he doesn’t get much time to speak, he stands pat at +900.

Kamala Harris has struggled to get into the top tier of candidates since her initial dust-up with Joe Biden, but she avoided attacking other candidates too much tonight, instead preferring to attack U.S. President Donald Trump. Not having done much with the night though, she also stands pat at +1600.

Finally, rounding up the top five candidates is Mayor Pete Buttigieg. He was poetic on stage, and stuck to the basics of what democratic primary voters want. Wasn’t going to change many minds though, so he stays at +1600.

But it would be hard not to look at the other big movers and shakers on tonight’s debate stage. Julian Castro attacked Biden hard, but that hurt Biden rather than help Castro, who stays pat at +10000. Corey Booker focused on getting laughs, but it didn’t help his line, staying at +6000. O’Rourke wants to take away AR-15s and AK-47s, and that dind’t matter to the line, possibly owing that his chances already look very dim. Yang, a surprising top candidate in the odds, said he knows some doctors and actually improved from +1800 to +1500.

U.S. Presidential election 2020 – Odds to win

Donald Trump +105

Elizabeth Warren +400

Joe Biden +550

Bernie Sanders +900

Andrew Yang +1500

Kamala Harris +1600

Pete Buttigieg +2500

Hillary Clinton +5000

Cory Booker +6000

Mike Pence +6000

Tulsi Gabbard +6000

Beto O’Rourke +10000

Julian Castro +10000

Nikki Haley +10000

Amy Klobuchar +12500

John Kasich +15000

Michelle Obama +15000

Tim Kaine +15000

Howard Schultz +20000

Marianne Williamson +20000

Mitt Romney +20000

Oprah Winfrey +20000

Ted Cruz +20000

Tom Steyer +20000

Marco Rubio +25000

Tammy Duckworth +25000

Trey Gowdy +25000

Jeb Bush +30000

Bill De Blasio +50000

George Clooney +90000

Kanye West +90000