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Biden or Trump? Betting markets are more cautious than polls in predicting the 2020 US election

Richard Thomas Orcid Logo, Allaina Kilby Orcid Logo, Matthew Wall Orcid Logo

Swansea University Authors: Richard Thomas Orcid Logo, Allaina Kilby Orcid Logo, Matthew Wall Orcid Logo

Published: The Conversation 2020
Online Access: https://theconversation.com/biden-or-trump-betting-markets-are-more-cautious-than-polls-in-predicting-the-2020-us-election-149294
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