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Rep. Nunes Delights in ‘Dilbert’ Creator’s Snarky ‘Take’ on Dems’ Dive in Reuters Poll

By Craig Bannister | May 22, 2018 | 4:55pm EDT
House Intel Chair Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) - Screenshot

“Great take,” House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) declared Tuesday, responding to “Dilbert” creator Scott Adam’s snarky stab at Democrats.

Adams took a dig at Democrats’ apparently willingness to defend anything President Donald Trump opposes, posting a tweet responding to news the latest Reuters weekly tracking poll showing the GOP is now leading on the generic ballot:

“On the plus side, Democrats still have 100% support from MS-13 and Iran.”

Rep. Nunes replied to the tweet by praising its “take” and declaring his personal admiration for Adams:

“Great take…this guy is the best!”

On Tuesday, Reuters reported that a pop in the Reuters poll propelled Republicans into the lead over their Democrat opponents, The Hill explains:

“For the week ending May 20, pollsters also found that Republicans held a nearly 6-point advantage over Democrats. That marked a 9-point swing from the previous week, when Democrats held a 3-point lead among registered voters.

“The results are a stark contrast to previous polls, which showed Democrats with a 10-point edge as of late April.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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