–Top Republicans’ Odds Improve as Top Democrat’s Worsen–
David McCormick is the odds-on favorite to win the U.S. Senate Election in Pennsylvania in 2022, according to betting aggregators US-Bookies.com (See Disclaimer Below). Since December 2021, McCormick’s odds improved from 13/2 (13.3% implied probability) to 7/10 (58.8%).
During this time, Dr. Mehmet Oz’s odds to win the Senate seat in Pennsylvania also improved. Dr. Oz is now 17/10 to win (37% implied probability), improving slightly from 9/5 (35.7%) since December 2021.
“Though Dr. Oz was the favorite at the end of last year, David McCormick has built serious momentum to the point that bookies now say it’s more likely than not that he wins the election,” says a US-Bookies spokesperson. “Meanwhile, Democratic favorite John Fetterman’s odds worsened, making it more likely that the Pennsylvania seat will stay red.”
John Fetterman’s odds to win the 2022 U.S. Senate Election in Pennsylvania have worsened from 12/5 (29.4% implied probability) to 13/2 (13.3%). He’s followed by Jeff Bartos, who worsened from 11/2 (15.4%) to 8/1 (11.1%), and Carla Sands, who improved from 20/1 (4.8%) to 9/1 (10%).
“While Republican candidates bashed McCormick during his absence at a forum in Harrisburg, he still holds a strong position among the GOP in this race,” says a US-Bookies spokesperson. “However, the same can’t be said for Fetterman, as fellow Democrats took a similar approach during his absence from a primary debate, and the Lieutenant Governor’s odds have been on a downward trend so far this year.”
Odds to Win The U.S. Senate Election In Pennsylvania In 2022 (parentheses indicate odds on December 9, 2021):
David McCormick: 7/10 (13/2)
Dr. Mehmet Oz: 17/10 (9/5)
John Fetterman: 13/2 (12/5)
Jeff Bartos: 8/1 (11/2)
Carla Sands: 9/1 (20/1)
Conor Lamb: 10/1 (9/2)
Keith Rothfus 50/1
Sean Parnell: 100/1
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Disclaimer: The odds posted in this article are for illustrative purposes only, as wagering on such props is not currently legal in any U.S. state. The data was based on betting markets offered by UK/European/worldwide operators regulated in jurisdictions where wagering on these props is legal.