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Scientists largely support former Vice President Joe Biden in the upcoming US election, Nature News reports.

Nature surveyed about 900 of its readers from the US and around the world about their preference for US president. It reports that 86 percent of respondents favor former Vice President Joe Biden, while 8 percent prefer President Donald Trump. When limited to respondents intending to vote in the election, about the same percentage support Biden, it adds.

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