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Super Tuesday Election Odds for Every Democratic Primary

Super Tuesday Election Odds for Every Democratic Primary

Political betting may not be offered in the United States yet, but bookmakers in Europe are all over the Democratic race for the nomination. There are now betting odds listed for every Super Tuesday state (which is next Tuesday), with Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg and the rest of the field jockeying for delegates in what continues to be an unpredictable race. All U.S. Presidential election betting odds are from 888sport in the UK.


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Here are the state-by-state Super Tuesday Democratic primary betting odds:

Alabama Democratic Primary Odds

Biden is now a massive favorite in Alabama, one of several states such as North Carolina and Tennessee in which Bloomberg doesn’t have much of a chance.

Candidate Odds
Joe Biden-5000
Bernie Sanders+800
Michael Bloomberg+1000
Elizabeth Warren+5000
Tulsi Gabbard+10000

Arkansas Democratic Primary Odds

Biden is the favorite in Arkansas, but it’s somewhat close. Sanders could win here and ruin another must-have for the former Vice President. These are the top two betting candidates in most primaries.

Candidate Odds
Joe Biden-335
Bernie Sanders+250
Michael Bloomberg+600
Elizabeth Warren+5000
Tulsi Gabbard+10000

California Democratic Primary Odds

For an East Coast guy, Sanders sure has his supporters out West. Hillary Clinton beat Sanders by a significant margin in the 2016 California primary, but oddsmakers have Sanders taking it this time in a landslide.

Candidate Odds
Bernie Sanders-10000
Joe Biden+1200
Michael Bloomberg+1400
Elizabeth Warren+2500
Tulsi Gabbard+10000

Colorado Democratic Primary Odds

All Sanders again. He’s a huge favorite in the Rockies and the only difference from California is the No. 2 spot. Warren and Biden are second in Colorado at +1000, followed by Bloomberg. Sanders won big here in 2016.

Candidate Odds
Bernie Sanders-5000
Elizabeth Warren+1200
Joe Biden+1200
Michael Bloomberg+2500
Tulsi Gabbard+10000

Maine Democratic Primary Odds

Sanders has heavy favorite odds again not far from his home state of Vermont. Not the most high-stakes game here with just 24 delegates up for grabs, but they all count.

Candidate Odds
Bernie Sanders-3335
Elizabeth Warren+1400
Joe Biden+1400
Michael Bloomberg+1400
Tulsi Gabbard+10000

Massachusetts Democratic Primary Odds

This is a really bad sign for Warren. The sitting Massachusetts Senator isn’t even favored in her home state, with Sanders again a significant leader with -455 odds. Warren is +275, and her prior poor showing in neighboring New Hampshire doesn’t provide much hope either.

Candidate Odds
Bernie Sanders-455
Elizabeth Warren+275
Joe Biden+1400
Michael Bloomberg+2500
Tulsi Gabbard+10000

Minnesota Democratic Primary Odds

Oddsmakers took Minnesota off the board when Amy Klobuchar suspended her campaign Monday and endorsed Biden. She had been co-favored to win her home state (tied at -118 with Bernie Sanders) earlier in the day.

North Carolina Democratic Primary Odds

Biden was listed even with Sanders last week, but he's now the runaway favorite in North Carolina based on his dominant victory in South Carolina. A Carolina sweep would be huge for Biden with 164 combined delegates at stake.

Candidate Odds
Joe Biden-455
Bernie Sanders+250
Michael Bloomberg+1700
Elizabeth Warren+3300
Tulsi Gabbard+10000

Oklahoma Democratic Primary Odds

Too close to call here with Sanders and Biden at the top. This also looks like one of the more favorable states for Bloomberg, who's listed at +400. It’s worth noting that Bloomberg isn’t favored in any Super Tuesday state and fell behind Biden in all the betting categories with two poor debates.

Candidate Odds
Joe Biden-134
Bernie Sanders+125
Michael Bloomberg+400
Elizabeth Warren+3300
Tulsi Gabbard+10000

Tennessee Democratic Primary Odds

Sanders vs. Biden continues to take shape in Tennessee, where Clinton received more than twice as many votes as Sanders in 2016. We’ll see if a good portion of those voters flock to Biden or if Sanders has changed their minds over the past four years.

Candidate Odds
Joe Biden-670
Bernie Sanders+400
Michael Bloomberg+1000
Elizabeth Warren+3300
Tulsi Gabbard+10000

Texas Democratic Primary Odds

Sanders can pick up another serious chunk of delegates here with 228 on the table. But Clinton beat him badly here in 2016 and the door is open for Biden to pick up another huge state. Will Beto O'Rourke's Monday endorsement of Biden sway last-minute voters?

Candidate Odds
Bernie Sanders-200
Joe Biden+125
Michael Bloomberg+2000
Elizabeth Warren+3300
Tulsi Gabbard+10000

Utah Democratic Primary Odds

Sanders on the West Coast? We know what that means. That blowout win in Nevada set the table for a serious run in neighboring states Tuesday.

Candidate Odds
Bernie Sanders-2000
Joe Biden+1000
Michael Bloomberg+1400
Elizabeth Warren+3300
Tulsi Gabbard+10000

Vermont Democratic Primary Odds

Bettors wanting to win $100 on Sanders in his home state of Vermont would need to risk $10,000. Enough said.

Candidate Odds
Bernie Sanders-10000
Elizabeth Warren+3300
Joe Biden+3300
Michael Bloomberg+5000
Tulsi Gabbard+10000

Virginia Democratic Primary Odds

Biden flipped the odds here with his win in South Carolina. He trailed Sanders last week and is now the favorite at -250 in a state where Clinton beat Sanders badly in 2016.

Candidate Odds
Joe Biden-250
Bernie Sanders+175
Michael Bloomberg+1400
Elizabeth Warren+3300
Tulsi Gabbard+10000