Ron DeSantis Reaches New Records in the 2024 Prediction Market
Government. Ron DeSantis He continues to play down interest in the 2024 presidential election round, but evidence continues to show that he’s taken seriously as a potential candidate.
The major forecast market, or at least its investors, have taken special notice. Predict the markets related to each of Republican Party Nomination and the Presidential election Show that DeSantis has hit new heights in recent days.
In the still-hypothetical race for the 2024 Republican nomination, DeSantis recently moved toward parity with the former president. Donald Trump. The last “Yes” price for DeSantis was 33 cents, and last week, DeSantis shares closed at 35 cents. Trump’s last “yes” price is 37 cents.
While Trump’s action has remained relatively flat, with prices near or at 40 cents a share, DeSantis has seen increased enthusiasm. The spread between the “yes” shares for the former president and the governor was about 10 cents three months ago. The momentum here is in line with the momentum Various opinion polls Show DeSantis as an increasingly viable alternative to Trump.
No other Republican is really a factor for investors here. The latest price of “Yes” shares for third place Nikki Haley It was 7 cents, and other potential candidates are off.
The spread of tightening between DeSantis and Trump extends to actions around the general election. Just as in the case of the nomination market, investors are getting around the governor over the former president.
Trump “Yes” stock last price was 29 cents, just two years ahead of DeSantis. Both Republicans are ahead of the Democratic competition in the eyes of PredictIt investors. President’s latest stock price “Yes” Joe Biden It was only 22 cents, with the cum Kamala Harris It comes at 10 cents.
It was DeSantis and Biden Almost comparable In terms of investors buying over the past few months, but DeSantis “Yes” shares have been priced more than Biden since May 15, indicating the potential for a trend to emerge in this market.
Public opinion polls tracking DeSantis as a general election candidate have not fully caught up with investor confidence. The Harvard / Harris vote Continuing to test DeSantis against Harris as a potential match in 2024, VP Harris has led the last three polls against the Florida governor.