YouGov gave Mr Biden a nearly 20-point lead over the incumbent President. Of their debate watching sample, 54 percent tipped Joe Biden for the win while only 35 percent said they thought President Trump delivered best.
But what about the odds? Well, Mr Biden headed into the final debate as the overwhelming favourite to score a victory, his final debate odds (1/6) implied he had an 85.69 percent chance of coming out on top in Tennessee. But during the clash last night, 73 percent of bets were placed on Donald Trump.
A spokesman from Oddschecker said: “Despite various bookmakers cutting the odds-on Donald Trump winning the 2020 US election, the current President can still be backed at 9/5, which is now only available at one bookmaker, compared to three bookies at 15/8 pre-debate.
“Only one bookmaker pre-debate had Joe Biden’s odds at 1/2, whereas there are now six bookmakers showcasing this price.
“During the debate, a massive 73 percent of bets were placed on Donald Trump winning the 2020 election, with just 25 percent placed on Joe Biden. The remaining 2 percent was made up of more speculative bets on Mike Pence and Kamala Harris.”