2020 Republican Party Presidential Nominee Odds Tracker
- See who sportsbooks are picking to win the 2020 Republican Party Presidential bid
- Isolate each candidate or compare them to others trending in the same direction
- View how their odds have changed over time
Mark August 24th, 2020 on your calendar. That’s the date when the United States Republican Party will gather in Charlotte, North Carolina for the Republican National Convention. It’s a very big deal not just for America, but for every country worldwide. That’s why we’re tracking the odds of every potential nominee right up until the big day.
The graph below is generated by averaging the odds from multiple online sportsbooks and is updated regularly to reflect the biggest new stories, trends, and political developments.
2020 Republican Party Presidential Nominee Odds
- Mar. 20: Trump’s improved handling of the coronavirus emergency has led to an improvement in his odds, which went from -1550 to -1800 on average.
- Mar. 17: Trump is still the heavy favorite, but VP Mike Pence (+1200), former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley (+3500), and Massachusetts Senator Mitt Romney (+3500) are all getting shorter.
- Mar. 13: Odds are not trending in Trump’s direction. He’s still a heavy favorite at -1200 (92.3% chance), but that’s a steep drop from -5000 (98%) just four days ago.
- Mar. 9: Post-impeachment acquittal, these odds largely disappeared. But the stock market crash and coronavirus have re-opened the possibility of Trump being replaced on the 2020 GOP ticket. That said, he’s still -5000 to be the Republican nominee.
- Jan. 16: Iran debacle, impeachment, trade wars: doesn’t matter. Trump’s odds to stay the GOP nominee improved to -1100.
- Jan. 6: Trump’s odds to be the 2020 GOP nominee are back to -900, his shortest odds since July 2019.
- December 3, 2019: The impeachment hearings aren’t doing much to further hurt Trump in this market. He’s a -650 favorite at the moment.
- September 25, 2019: Trump’s aforementioned “quiet period” was blasted into oblivion with Nancy Pelosi’s announcement of a formal impeachment inquiry. His odds to be the GOP nominee, a hyper-short -10000 at last check, are down to -500. The only other option available right now is “The Field” (+350) at BetOnline.
- August 29, 2019: Trump is going through a relatively quiet period in terms of scandals and gaffes. He’s all but assured the nomination (-10000) according to oddsmakers. BetOnline is the only book with odds up right now, and former Illinois Rep. Joe Walsh (+2500) was the only other person listed.
- July 17, 2019: Trump’s odds are now -900, on average, as the incumbent shakes off scandal after scandal.
- June 28, 2019: Trump’s short odds continue to get even shorter, going from -700 on June 10th to -800 on June 28th.
- June 10, 2019: Trump is still holding steady, with no internal threats from his own party.
- May 29, 2019: Trump has tightened his stranglehold on the odds, going from -680 to -700 in the span of a month.
- April 18, 2019: Trump has emerged from the Mueller Report unscathed. His odds have improved from -350 on January 3rd to -750 on April 18th.
- November 7, 2018: The Republicans may have lost the House of Representatives in last evening’s Midterm Elections, but Trump still has reason to smile today, as his odds to win his party’s presidential nomination actually improved from -300 to -350.
- October 31, 2018: Halloween may be a scary time for some, but not for Trump, whose odds to become the Republican Party’s Presidential nominee have remained unchanged since August.
- October 15, 2018: Donald Trump’s visibility continues to be high – and his odds continue to be short – as he tours Florida and Georgia surveying the damage done by Hurricane Michael and offering his support to first responders and survivors.
2020 Republican Presidential Nominee Odds
|Candidate||2020 Republican Party Nominee Odds at MyBookie|
Odds taken Mar. 20. Follow the link in the table to see all betting options.
Trump’s stranglehold on the Republican Party nomination appears to be very much intact. He remains the odds-on favorite at BetOnline, as well as virtually every other online sportsbook worldwide.
- 14 US Presidents previously served as Vice President
- John C. Calhoun and Spiro Agnew are the only two US Vice Presidents to leave office before their terms expired
Net Worth Among Potential GOP Nominees
|Candidate||Approximate Net Worth|
|Donald Trump||$3.1 Billion|
|Jamie Dimon||$1.4 billion|
|Ben Shapiro||$7 million|
|Orrin Hatch||$4.3 million|
|Mike Pence||$2 Million|
Trump’s net worth of $3.1 billion may sound impressive, but it’s actually dropped by nearly $1.4 billion since 2015 when he first announced his intention to run for President of the United States. The drop off can be attributed to broader changes in online retail habits and a pronounced backlash among consumers who have chosen to boycott Trump-related products.
Past Republican Party Nominees
|Year||Name||Popular Vote Percentage|
|2004||George W. Bush*||50.7%|
|2000||George W. Bush*||47.9%|
|1992||George H.W. Bush||37.5%|
|1988||George H.W. Bush*||53.4%|
*Elected President of the United States
Remember the good old days when you actually needed to win the popular vote to win the presidency? Trump kicked that antiquated notion to the curb in 2016 when he won the election despite finishing with 2.8 million fewer votes than Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.