The Daily Populous

Saturday July 2nd, 2022 night edition

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A Harvard CAPS–Harris Poll survey shared exclusively with The Hill found that 71 percent of respondents polled do not think Biden should run for a second term, compared to 29 percent who say he should run.

“President Biden may want to run again but the voters say ‘no’ to the idea of a second term, panning the job he is doing as president.

Only 30 percent of Democrats would even vote for him in a Democratic presidential primary,” Mark Penn, the co-director of the Harvard CAPS–Harris Poll survey, said.

But a majority of respondents — 61 percent — also say former President Trump should not run for the White House in 2024.

The Harvard CAPS/Harris Poll survey was conducted on June 28 and 29 with 1,308 registered voters surveyed.

It is a collaboration of the Center for American Political Studies at Harvard University and the Harris Poll.

The survey is an online sample drawn from the Harris Panel and weighted to reflect known demographics. »

How Much Health Insurers Pay for Almost Everything Is About to Go Public

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As of July 1, health insurers and self-insured employers must post on websites just about every price they’ve negotiated with providers for health care services, item by item.

The federally required data release could affect future prices or even how employers contract for health care.

Many will see for the first time how well their insurers are doing compared with others. »

EA criticised for appearing to mock people who ‘only like single-player games’

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Electronic Arts has received a hugely negative response to a tweet appearing to mock people who “only like playing single-player games”.

Jacksepticeye, the Irish YouTuber with nearly 30 million subscribers, wrote: “They’re a 10 but thought this tweet was a good idea.”.

Upcoming single-player games from EA include a Jedi sequel, a new Dragon Age title and a Dead Space remake. »

What America Should Do If the Iran Nuclear Deal Talks Fail

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The situation recalls the 1970s, when U.S. President Richard Nixon subcontracted Middle East security to the shah of Iran.

Similarly, the Biden administration is, in effect, handing over the task of containing Iran to Israel.

Although Persian Gulf monarchies fear Iran and have deepened their security ties with Israel, they do not want a war between Iran and Israel. »