Trump Is Favored To Lose Every State He Lost In 2016

  • Joe Biden has -180 odds to win the 2020 US Presidential Election over Donald Trump who is a +160 underdog.
  • Trump has +325 odds to win every state he won in the 2016 US Presidential Election.
  • In the 2016 Election, President Trump lost 17 states in the Electoral College.

WASHINGTON – The 2020 US Presidential Election is only five days away as Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden hit the home stretch of their campaigns.

The 2020 Election has already seen a record number of Americans voting early amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Justice Amy Coney Barrett was added to the US Supreme Court throwing in even more tension into the election but Joe Biden remains the favorite to win the Presidential Election.

Odds to Win 2020 US Presidential Election

  • Joe Biden -180
  • Donald Trump +160

Despite Biden being favored to win the Election political betting followers know that Donald Trump is an underdog worthy of being bet on. While there are some states that have historically voted blue for the past couple of Elections it’s unlikely but not out of the realm of possibilities that Trump flips at least one state he lost in 2016.

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Will Trump Lose Every State He Lost in 2016?

  • Yes -210
  • No +170

In the 2016 Presidential Election Trump lost the following states:

California, Oregon, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and the District of Columbia.

Currently at BetOnline Trump trails Biden in the electoral college for each one of these states, making the -210 odds on Trump not flipping any of the already mentioned states the best bet for this prop.

Furthermore, of the 17 states, Minnesota was the only state where Trump's odds are shorter than +275 to play spoiler.

Electoral College Vote Winner - Minnesota

  • (D) Joe Biden -350
  • (R) Donald Trump +275

Trump likely won’t steal back any of the state’s he lost in 2016 but as we’ve already seen he doesn’t need to win those states to still take the overall election.