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President Joe Biden during the debate at CNN's studios in Atlanta. Photo by: Jack Gruber / USA TODAY NETWORK.

Joe Biden was born a very long time ago. The year was 1941, and now he's set to turn 82 shortly after election day in 2024.

Like us all, Biden can't escape time. He's never attempted to either, and has been making lighthearted jokes about his age during speeches for a while.

But that hasn't stopped the elderly status of the oldest-ever sitting president from being a significant concern among the electorate, and one now impacting both the Joe Biden odds and his standing in the 2024 U.S. presidential election odds. And those worries became dramatically heightened after Biden's disastrous performance during the first 2024 presidential debate on June 27.

Biden struggled immensely to articulate his views properly, with his thoughts often trailing off and the incumbent becoming incoherent. Since then, he's gradually fallen on the oddsboards at our best Ontario sports betting sites. Biden now sits behind Vice President Kamala Harris in both the presidential odds and, more tellingly, the Democratic presidential odds.

Biden has rebounded ever so slightly since the debate, and he was in better form during his first post-debate interview with George Stephanopoulos of ABC News

Can can he keep clawing amid the growing calls for him to drop out of the race? Or does a truly historic summer lie ahead for the Democrats?

Joe Biden presidential election odds 2024

(Joe Biden odds from our best sportsbooks in Canada as of July 12 | 🔥 = best odds | ❄️ = worst odds)

Candidatebet365BetMGMCaesarsSports InteractionBetVictor
Donald Trump-188 ðŸ”¥-189-250 ❄️-189-200
Kamala Harris+350+400+300 â„️+400+350
Joe Biden+700+700+550 ❄️+700+700
Michelle Obama+1800+1800+1800+1600+1500 â„️
Gavin Newsom+1800+2000+1800+2000+1800
Gretchen Whitmer+2800+3300+2500 â„️+3300+2800
Robert Kennedy Jr.+5000+6600+4500 â„️+6600+5000
Nikki Haley+6600 â„️+15000+15000+15000+10000
Hilary Clinton+10000+5000OFF+5000+4000 â„️
J.B. Pritzker+15000OFFOFFOFFOFF

Joe Biden presidential election odds 2024 analysis

Biden was trailing Trump heading into the first debate, but the margin was far more narrow. He then plunged to +175 in the immediate hours after the event.

The freefall continued, with Biden at one point moving all the way to +1000 through BetVictor amid criticism from within his own party. That included Nancy Pelosi wondering during an interview on MSNBC if Biden's debate was an episode or a condition.

More critically, Democrat Lloyd Doggett from Texas became the first party member to call for Trump to step aside.

"Too much is at stake to risk a Trump victory—too great a risk to assume that what could not be turned around in a year, what was not turned around in the debate, can be turned around now," Doggett said, according to MSNBC

Biden's odds hit a low point then, but his price has rebounded somewhat since, with a BBC report that he vowed to stay in the race surely a factor. Still, the president has been struggling mightily, and his vice president being far ahead of him by the odds is damning.

His issues keep reaching new lows. For better or worse, money speaks the loudest in American politics, with a whole lot of it needed to fund a successful campaign. And several key Democratic Campaign donors are holding back significant checks.

"Everything is frozen because no one knows what’s going to happen," a source told CNN. "Everyone is in wait and see mode."

Reid Hastings, the co-founder of Netflix, called for Biden to step aside too, according to The New York Times. Hastings has given over $20 million to support the President over the past several years.

Hollywood also carries major clout within the party, and Biden was dealt another blow when George Clooney, a lifelong Democrat, penned a New York Times essay titled "I love Joe Biden, but it's time for a new nominee." Clooney has given generously, including helping the campaign reel in $30 million through a Los Angeles fundraiser. Combine those prominent voices with at least 16 Democrats now calling for a replacement, and the President keeps taking gut shots.

However, the Michelle Obama odds and the mere presence of the former first lady so high up the oddsboard are still the greatest barometer for the public's view of Biden, but nothing more. Obama has never been involved in the race and has repeatedly said she's not running. Her position is mostly a product of Republican-based rumors that won't fade away.

And yet her price isn't far longer than Biden's odds, and she holds an 11-point advantage over Trump in hypothetical general election polling from Ipsos.

Joe Biden Democrat presidential nominee odds 2024

(Joe Biden Democratic presidential election odds from our best sportsbooks in Canada as of July 12 | 🔥 = best odds | ❄️ = worst odds)

Candidatebet365CaesarsSports Interaction
Kamala Harris+105+110+120 ðŸ”¥
Joe Biden+137+115 â„️+125
Gavin Newsom+900 â„️+1200+1200
Michelle Obama+1000 â„️+1600+1600
Hilary Clinton+2000 â„️+3500+3500
Gretchen Whitmer+2200+1200+1200
Pete Buttigieg+15000 ðŸ”¥+10000+10000

Joe Biden Democrat presidential nominee odds analysis 2024

Only Biden can make the move here and push the party in another direction.

He steamrolled through the primary process while knocking off the few weak challengers the president faced. All the Democratic delegates are therefore committed to support him during the party's convention that begins on Aug. 19.

But the incumbent president sitting behind anyone to be the nominee of his own party is earth-shifting stuff at any point in the calendar. And it's nearing an earthquake here in early July.

President Joe Biden waves to the crowd after being sworn in during his inauguration and the inauguration of Vice President Kamala Harris at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 20, 2021.
President Joe Biden waves to the crowd after being sworn in during his inauguration and the inauguration of Vice President Kamala Harris at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 20, 2021.

Biden remains determined to stay in the race for now, and he's been shifting back and forth with Harris atop the Democratic nominee oddsboard and currently trails.

The Donald Trump odds to become president again are growing more favorable for the challenger, though Biden has rebounded somewhat in polling to now sit one or two points behind Trump, and sometimes within the margin of error, according to The Guardian. However, his approval rating is down to 37.3%.

Nailing any and all public appearances now will be critical for Biden. If not, the urging for him to gracefully move on will get louder.

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Joe Biden presidential election odds 2024 FAQ

What are Joe Biden's odds to win the 2024 U.S. presidential election?

Joe Biden is getting odds as long as +700 to win the election, which represent a 12.50% implied probability

What are Joe Biden's odds to be the 2024 Democratic nominee?

Joe Biden is getting +137 odds to be the 2024 Democratic nominee. He sits behind Kamala Harris (+120), and his price leads to a 42.19% implied probability.

Who is the favorite for the 2024 U.S. election?

Former president Trump is the favorite (-188) to win the 2024 U.S. presidential election.

Who won the last U.S. presidential election?

Joe Biden assumed office as the 46th President of the United States following his victory over incumbent Donald J. Trump in the 2020 election.

When will the U.S. presidential election be decided?

The 2024 United States presidential election is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2024.

Where will the U.S. presidential election be decided?

Candidates will campaign across various cities and states leading up to November 2024, culminating in voters casting their ballots at polling booths nationwide to determine the next President of the United States.

How to watch the U.S. presidential election

Every major news outlet will cover the 2024 United States presidential election extensively.

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