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Seven in ten American voters say they do not want President Joe Biden to run for reelection in 2024, a recent survey from Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll found.

The poll, which was shared with the Hill, revealed that 71 percent of voters do not want the president to run for a second term, whereas 29 percent believe he should.

The poll also found that only 30 percent of Democrats are willing to vote for the president in a Democrat presidential primary for 2024, according to Mark Penn, the co-director of the Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey.

Among the reasons why respondents think Biden should not run again include 45 percent saying that “he is a bad president,” about one-third saying that “he is too old,” and about one-quarter saying that “it is time for a change.”

The survey also found that the president is suffering from low approval numbers, currently polling with an overall approval rating of 38 percent.

Respondents also disapprove of the way the president is handling certain key issues, including “inflation (28 percent), the economy (32 percent), [and] stimulating jobs (43 percent).” The president is faring a bit better when it comes to handling the Chinese coronavirus, with 50 percent approval.

While voters are not too keen to see the current president run again, the survey found that 61 percent of respondents were not receptive to former President Donald Trump attempting another bid for the White House, while 39 percent of respondents said they would like to see Trump run again.

In the scenario where Biden and Trump face off against each other in a rematch in 2024, 60 percent of voters say they would consider a “moderate” third-party candidate. However, more Democrat voters (64 percent) polled said they would consider a “moderate” third-party candidate, compared to the 53 percent of Republican voters.

The online survey was conducted between June 28 and 29 among 1,308 registered voters.

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Oakland Athletics | Oakland cant hold off Angels Ohtani in 5-1 loss

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OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Shohei Ohtani withstood another injury scare and pitched six scoreless innings to go with his team-leading 25th home run, reaching yet another monumental milestone as the Los Angeles Angels beat the Oakland Athletics 5-1 on Tuesday night.

The two-way Japanese star joined Babe Ruth (1918) as the only players in major league history to have at least 10 home runs and 10 wins in the same season. According to the Angels, two players from the Negro Leagues also did it: Bullet Rogan of the 1922 Kansas City Monarchs and Ed Rile of the 1927 Detroit Stars.

Ohtani singled and scored on Taylor Ward’s three-run homer in the fifth, then connected for a towering drive off Sam Selman leading off the seventh as a throng of red-clan fans sitting behind the Angels dugout roared.

On the mound, Ohtani (10-7) was mostly crisp. He had five strikeouts, allowed four hits and retired seven of his final eight batters.

The reigning AL MVP almost didn’t make it out of the third.

Two days after getting spiked on the top of his left foot following a collision with Mariners pitcher Marco Gonzalez near the on-deck circle, Ohtani was hit near the same area by an 87 mph line drive from Ramón Laureano.

After making the play for the final out of the inning, Ohtani bent at the waist in obvious discomfort and then limped slowly off the field. He returned to the field a few moments later to test his leg, and stayed in the game.

Ward’s home run off James Kaprielian (3-6) was his 15th.

Steven Duggar, claimed off waivers from Texas on Sunday, tripled and scored for Los Angeles. The Angels are 5-1 at the Coliseum this season.

Chad Pinder homered for the A’s.

Kaprielian allowed four runs (three earned) in five innings.


Angels: Mike Trout has been hitting off a tee this week and could begin taking batting practice soon. The slugger has not played since July 12 because of inflammation in his rib cage.

Athletics: RHP Brent Honeywell will pitch two innings of a simulated game in Arizona later this week and could begin a rehab assignment with Low-A Stockton afterward. Honeywell has not pitched since sustaining a stress reaction in his right elbow in spring training.


Struggling All-Star RHP Paul Blackburn (7-6, 4.28 ERA) pitches the series finale Wednesday afternoon for Oakland. Blackburn has one win over his previous eight starts. The Angels had not announced a starter.

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