The 2020 US Presidential Election saw the highest voter turnaround by percentage since 1900. Joe Biden and Donald Trump each received more than 74 million votes, surpassing Barack Obama’s record of 69.5 million votes in 2008. Biden received more than 81 million votes, more than anyone in history and became the 46th President of the United States. But the question is already who the next President will be. Who will win in November 2024, to take office on January 20, 2025?
Election day seems like it’s so far away, but in all honesty, we are just a few months away from the first campaigns starting. Helpbet brings you the biggest favourites, according to the odds set by bookies around the world. Who will be the next US President? Read to find out.
You either love him or hate him. There are no half-measures when it comes to Trump. The previous President dreams of becoming only the second man to serve two non-consecutive terms in office, the first being Grover Cleveland who had the distinction of being both the 22nd and 24th President of the United States.
Trump is the favourite there, as the Democratic Party is losing steam during Joe Biden’s Presidency. He is by far the most polarizing personality in the country and that is true even among Republicans. We will see how this will turn out.
Florida is known as a state that regularly swings election results. But never has it ever sent a Floridian to the White House. Ultra-conservative Governor Ron DeSantis hopes to become the first Floridian ever to be elected President. But first, he has to beat Donald Trump in the Republican Primary.
DeSantis has always been one of Trump’s most vocal supporters, and it is believed that even if he loses the Primary, he will be included in the Republican bill as Trump’s running mate.
Democrats believed that following Trump, anyone would have the easiest Presidency. Joe Biden’s tenure, however, is rocky, and his approval rates are lower than ever. That being said, it is rare to see a Party not supporting the current President for re-election.
Still, it is unclear if he will be able to run for office once again. If he gets re-elected, he will start his second term as an 83-year-old, ending it when he is 87.
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Vice-President Kamala Harris has higher approval ratings than President Biden and surely hopes of becoming the first woman President of the United States. Bookies have her as the third favourite, but the odds of 13.00, as found on the best political betting sites, show how hard this might be.
At age 36, Gavin Newsom was the mayor of San Francisco. At age 42 he was the Governor of California. And he hopes to be president by the time he turns 47. He is the third favourite among Democrat potential candidates.
At this point, Republicans seem to have the edge over Democrats. Their odds of sending a President to the White House is 1.65 to the Democrats’ 2.20.
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