US Election odds: Who is favourite to win the remaining states yet to be counted?

Yep, this election still isn't over yet.

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The US Election continues to rumble on with a handful of states yet to be declared in what feels like a never-ending showdown between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

The former Vice-President appears to hold a narrow advantage as we head towards the eventual climax of this very, very, very, very protracted election, with votes currently still being counted in several regions favouring the Democratic representative.

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However President Trump is not lying down without a fight, bizarrely declaring victory halfway through the process while also accusing his opponents of committing electoral fraud in what was a busy night for the 74-year-old.

For those punters impressively still maintaining (or feigning) interest in the election outcome, Paddy Power are taking bets on who will claim the all-important final states.

Biden surprisingly secured the battleground state of Arizona, meaning the national attention now turns to the “blue wall” of Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.

1/25
Democrats Wisconsin

 

15/2
Republicans Wisconsin

 

The 77-year-old needs to win two of these three traditional Democrat strongholds to secure overall victory and is odds-on for the set, despite trailing in all three earlier today.

At the time of writing Wisconsin is the most likely to vote Biden at 1/18 with Michigan just behind at 1/10.

1/16
Democrats Michigan

 

15/2
Republicans Michigan

 

Overnight in the US, there was still more than 1.4million vote-by-mail ballots left to count in Pennsylvania and it could take days to account for all of them.

1/66
Democrats Pennsylvania

 

11/1
Republicans Pennsylvania

 

Biden is currently at 4/7 to come out favourably there, while Trump is 5/4 to win the state’s support.

Meanwhile, the closest remaining battle is taking place in Georgia where Trump’s early lead has been eroded away by results from Atlanta in support of his opponent.

The President is 11/10 to win there while Biden is currently 4/6.

 

 

In the overall betting market, Biden is currently the overwhelming favourite to be voted the next President of the United States while Trump is a 7/2 outsider to earn another four years.

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Donald Trump US Presidential Election 2020

*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widget, while in-copy odds are accurate at time of publication but subject to change

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