Betting odds us president 2024

Betting Odds on U.S. President in 2024
Candidate Odds Source
Joe Biden +240 Bovada
Donald Trump +270 BetOnline
Ron DeSantis +320 MyBookie
Kamala Harris +600 SportsBetting
Mike Pence +800 William Hill
Gavin Newsom +1000 FanDuel
Liz Cheney +1200 DraftKings
Nikki Haley +1400 BetMGM
Stacey Abrams +1600 Caesars
Bernie Sanders +1800 PointsBet

Recent Polls on U.S. President in 2024
Candidate Poll Date
Joe Biden Reuters/Ipsos February 2023
Donald Trump CNN/SSRS January 2023
Ron DeSantis University of New Hampshire December 2022
Kamala Harris ABC News/Washington Post November 2022
Mike Pence Fox News October 2022
Gavin Newsom UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies September 2022
Liz Cheney Quinnipiac University August 2022
Nikki Haley Emerson College July 2022
Stacey Abrams Atlanta Journal-Constitution June 2022
Bernie Sanders Marist College May 2022
Issue Description
Economy The state of the U.S. economy, including inflation, unemployment, and economic growth.
Abortion The legality and availability of abortion services.
Gun control Laws and regulations on the sale, possession, and use of firearms.
Climate change The effects of human activity on the environment and the policies to address them.
Immigration The movement of people into and out of the United States.
Health care The provision of medical care, including insurance, access to care, and the cost of care.
Education The system of formal learning, including public and private schools, colleges, and universities.
Foreign policy The relationships between the United States and other countries, including diplomacy, trade, and military alliances.
National security The protection of the United States from threats, including terrorism, cyberattacks, and nuclear proliferation.
Social justice The fair and equitable treatment of all people, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or other factors.

Historical U.S. Presidential Election Results
Year Winning Candidate Party
2020 Joe Biden Democrat
2016 Donald Trump Republican
2012 Barack Obama Democrat
2008 Barack Obama Democrat
2004 George W. Bush Republican
2000 George W. Bush Republican
1996 Bill Clinton Democrat
1992 Bill Clinton Democrat
1988 George H. W. Bush Republican
1984 Ronald Reagan Republican
Date Event
November 5, 2024 Election Day
September 2024 First presidential debate
October 2024 Second presidential debate
October 2024 Third presidential debate
November 2024 Electoral College votes
January 2025 Inauguration of the 46th President of the United States

Glossary of Political Terms
Term Definition
Caucus A meeting of party members to select delegates to a convention.
Delegate A person who represents a particular candidate or issue at a convention.
Electoral College The body of electors who formally elect the President and Vice President of the United States.
Gerrymandering The practice of manipulating electoral boundaries to give one party an unfair advantage.
PAC A political action committee that raises and spends money to influence elections.
Platform A statement of a party’s principles and policies.
Running mate The candidate for Vice President who is nominated with the presidential candidate.
Superdelegate A delegate to a convention who is not bound to support any particular candidate.
Swing state A state that is not consistently won by either party and is therefore considered competitive in elections.
Organization Description
Democratic National Committee The governing body of the Democratic Party.
Republican National Committee The governing body of the Republican Party.
American Civil Liberties Union A non-profit organization that fights for civil liberties and civil rights.
Sierra Club A non-profit environmental organization.
National Rifle Association A non-profit organization that advocates for gun rights.
Planned Parenthood A non-profit organization that provides reproductive health care services.
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations
National Education Association
American Medical Association A professional organization representing