Donald Trump is attracting more money in the betting to win next year’s Presidential Election in the United States, seeing his chances cut into odds-on this week.
As well an approval rating that hit an all-time high last month, polling expert Nate Cohn said last week that the most recent numbers rate the President’s popularity higher now than it was in 2016 when he was inaugurated.
Now the betting is looking heavily in Trump’s favour too, with a second term backed into 10/11 from 6/5 this week.
The crowded race to become the Democratic nominee continues, with Joe Biden the most likely candidate to take on the current President, but he remains a distant 11/2 second favourite to Trump in the race for the White House next year.
Elizabeth Warren is 6/1 to be the 46th President of the United States, with Kamala Harris at 10/1.
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