Vivek Ramaswamy Odds

Vivek Ramaswamy odds

Businessman Vivek Ramaswamy is one of the surprise winners of the GOP primary process, sitting behind Nikki Haley and Ron DeSantis in the 2024 Presidential Election odds. Vivek’s current Republican Primary odds are +2200, with his presidential odds at +2500. From political anonymity to national name recognition, Ramaswamy has made the most of his longshot Presidential odds.

View Ramaswamy’s Republican Primary and 2024 Presidential Election odds below.

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Vivek Ramaswamy Presidential Odds


Joe Biden +156 39%
Donald Trump +163 38%
Gavin Newsom +809 11%
Nikki Haley +1011 9%
Ron DeSantis +1900 5%
Kamala Harris +2400 4%
Robert Kennedy Jr. +2400 4%
Vivek Ramaswamy +3233 3%
Pete Buttigieg +9900 1%
Tim Scott +9900 1%

Implied probabilities are calculated using data offered by PredictIt.
Last Updated: 2023-12-09 18:00:02 PDT.

Vivek Ramaswamy Odds Updates

Vivek has been this US Presidential Election cycle’s Pete Buttigieg – a younger, charismatic, good-on-TV candidate who remains a true longshot to win the primary. His goal at launch and presently is to build a profile for the future. Whether it’s a return to the private sector or a run for the Governorship of his home state of Ohio in 2026, Vivek now has options he didn’t have before he ran. Vivek has also guaranteed himself a place on FOX News’ recurring guest rolodex.

Right now, Ramaswamy sits in fourth place in Republican Primary odds, behind Donald Trump odds (-500), Ron DeSantis odds (+750), and Nikki Haley odds (+900). When it comes to implied probability, that is around a 4.3% chance of securing the nomination. Over the last month, Vivek has hovered from a 2-4% probability of winning the 2024 US presidential election.

Ramaswamy Republican Primary Odds

CandidateDraftKings Ontario OddsImplied Odds
Donald Trump-50083.33%
Ron DeSantis+75011.76%
Nikki Haley+90010%
Vivek Ramaswamy+22004.35%
Glenn Youngkin+28003.45%
Tim Scott+65001.52%
Chris Christie+65001.52%

2024 Presidential Election Odds

CandidatePredictIt OddsImplied Probability
Donald Trump+15639%
Joe Biden+15639%
Gavin Newsom+56715%
Nikki Haley+11508%
Kamala Harris+24004%
Ron DeSantis+24004%
Robert Kennedy Jr.+32333%
Vivek Ramaswamy+49002%
Pete Buttigieg+99001%
Tim Scott+99001%

Vivek Updated Odds After Republican Debate

After spending the first debate being quite vocal, Vivek was noticeably quieter and more congenial in the second debate. He wasn’t booed like in the first debate; however, he hasn’t managed to stop his slide in the polls. In a recent poll, watchers of the Republican debate declared Haley the clear winner and Vivek the loser. 34% of likely Republican primary voters said Haley performed best of the five candidates.

Polling is showing about 5% of Republican voters support him, down from 12% in August 2023.

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2024 Presidential Dates and Key Information

  • Election Date: November 5, 2024
  • Democratic Primary Candidate: To Be Determined (Likely Joe Biden)
  • Republican Primary Candidate: To Be Determined (Likely Donald Trump)

2024 Election Swing States

  • Arizona (Biden +0.3% in 2020)
  • Florida (Trump +3.3%)
  • Georgia (Biden +0.2%)
  • Michigan (Biden +2.8%)
  • Pennsylvania (Biden +1.1%)
  • Texas (Trump +5.6%)
  • Wisconsin (Biden +0.6%)
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Who is the Republican Presidential nominee favorite?

Former President Donald Trump is the favorite to win the 2024 Republican nomination.

Who is the favorite to win the 2024 Presidential Election?

Incumbent US President Joe Biden is the favorite to win the 2024 Presidential Election.

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