Kanye West has announced that he’s running for President of the United States in 2020. Is he worth a bet to beat Donald Trump and Joe Biden at long odds, or is a bet on Yeezy just throwing money away?
Trump’s Odds Improve Slightly After Bubba Wallace Comments, But Economy Set to Drop, Polls Still Ugly
Donald Trump’s been at it again on Twitter, attacking Bubba Wallace, professional sports teams as well as the CDC and schools. It’s led to his odds for re-election slightly shortening.
Is Kanye West a legitimate candidate to run for President? Despite it seeming foolish, his odds are already at the same level as Michelle Obama.
On average across the leading online sportsbooks, Joe Biden is now a solid -166 favorite to win the 2020 US Presidential election. Vice President Mike Pence also saw his 2020 election odds improve as Donald Trump’s poll numbers and approval ratings continue to plummet.
For the fourth straight week, Donald Trump saw his reelection odds get worse. From late May to mid-June, he’s gone from a -132 favorite to +135 underdog. Sascha Paruk recaps the movement, examines what has fueled the President’s demise, and analyzes whether it is likely to continue.
After suggesting he told officials to slow the testing for COVID-19 at a rally in Tulsa, Donald Trump saw his odds to win the 2020 Presidential election slip from +113 to +123. See the latest news from the campaign trail and how it’s affected the political futures for the POTUS and Democratic challenger Joe Biden.