RBC writes about this, having studied the relevant data of European bookmakers.
According to the latter, the chances of the 45th American leader for re-election began to decline in mid-summer – after the situation with the spread of the coronavirus and a series of protests by supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement across the country.
In particular, Bet 365, which is headquartered in the UK, believes that the probability of Biden winning is 64.9% (coefficient – 1.54), and Trump’s – 37.7% (2.65).
United Kingdom-based William Hill assumes that the incumbent owner of the White House has a 40% chance of winning the race (odds – 2.5). Former vice president of the country, Democrat Joseph Biden – 64.5% (1.55).
The Austrian office Bwin also pointed to the high, in their opinion, the probability of Biden’s victory, which bookmakers estimated at 66.6%. There is a coefficient of 2.6 for Trump to win, which means that his chances are estimated at 38.4%.
Earlier, American political scientist Mikhail Sinelnikov-Orishak explained on Sputnik radio why Trump called the election verdict “crazy.”
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