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Top 5 Reasons People Hate Politics But Love Betting on Elections

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The American political scene is one of the most tumultuous in the world. Donald Trump’s presidency has brought American politics into a new era and the world is taking notice. Instead of being something that just naturally happens in the background, the political theater in the country is taking over the airwaves and news feeds with constant developments into Trump’s potential impeachment and the upcoming presidential election. One suggestion to make it even more interesting, consider betting on the odds. Here are the top five reasons why people hate politics but love to wager on elections.

1. Earn Some Easy Money

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The first reason why political betting is starting to become more popular around the world is that it can earn someone easy money. If you want to gamble at a casino and play a game like roulette or blackjack, you’re leaving it entirely up to chance. Other types of betting and gambling, like playing the lottery or putting your money into a slots machine, are also completely based on random occurrences and luck. Betting on an election and political candidates requires some skill.

With politics and betting, you aren’t relying solely on chance. Instead, you can use your knowledge of how people vote, information about the candidates, and details about election predictions and break-downs to influence your betting. You can have a higher chance of making money by using this knowledge and easily improve your odds of winning.

2. Be Entertained by the Drama

Next, the political theater with Trump, the Republicans, and the Democrats have proven to be highly entertaining. Unlike other presidential campaigns of the past, the 2020 election promises to bring lots of drama and controversy to the table. While some people choose to ignore the different scandals popping up each week involving Trump and the other candidates, if you’re aiming to make some money on election betting, it’s important to pay attention. It can be fun to see the new stories that pop up each day about the players in the election.

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Think back to the 2016 presidential election. The biggest stories involved Hillary Clinton and her missing emails. Now, years later, the missing email scandal seems tame when compared to the other news stories that have popped up in American politics. Trump’s hush money to a porn star, James Comey’s firing, Michael Flynn’s disgrace, Trump’s use of a Sharpie marker on a weather forecast, the revolving door of presidential appointees, Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings, the Mueller Report, and the Ukrainian phone call have all provided lots of entertainment.

3. Feel Better About the Outcome

Another reason why putting your money into the presidential odds is more enjoyable than the actual issues is it helps you feel better about the outcome. After the 2016 election results came in, millions of Americans were shocked that Trump actually won. Over the next few months, voters who had chosen Hillary as their candidate expressed their disappointment and displeasure.

One way to ensure you won’t be disappointed by the results is to try to make money off of it. Even if your favorite candidate doesn’t end up winning the presidential race, you can help yourself adjust to the new administration by enjoying your winnings off of election betting.

4. Understand How Elections Work

Betting on elections is also a practice that helps the average person gain a much greater understanding of the election process for president. In the months leading up to the election, if you want to make your money double or triple, you’ll need to understand how the process of electing president works. Presidential elections are a little different than other types of elections.

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Instead of relying solely on the popular vote, the election for the next president employs the Electoral College. Election experts have to analyze how each state’s number of delegates can influence who becomes president. The Electoral College model uses the state’s popular vote winner and assigns a number of delegates to the winning candidate. Whoever gets the most Electoral College delegates wins the presidency.

5. Get More Accurate Predictions

Finally, gambling on presidential elections may also help you get the most accurate predictions about who will become the next president. During the 2016 election cycle, the news agencies and media got their predictions wrong when they forecasted Clinton winning in many of their polls and write-ups.

One area that seemed to be more accurate in their predictions was the election betting scene. During that presidential race, betting statistics showed that Trump was more of a frontrunner than the media wanted to admit. So, if you want to get a clearer picture of who might win the 2020 election, check out the odds for president at the betting tables.

If you’re sick of listening to both sides of the political spectrum argue and whine about which candidate is better for president, consider ignoring them and doing some election betting. You can make your choice for president with your money and increase your cash winnings.

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