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Poll: 19 percent of Republicans view Kim Jong Un more favorably than Nancy Pelosi


On Tuesday's episode of "Pat Gray Unleashed," Sara Gonzales and Jeffy Fisher filled in for Pat Gray and discussed a recent controversial poll.

The poll was conducted by Ipsos for the Daily Beast (take that for what it's worth) and found that 19 percent of Republicans have a more favorable view of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un compared to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) who 17 percent view favorably.

Among them, 68 percent said they view Kim unfavorably and 72 percent said that of Pelosi.

The Hill reached out to a spokesperson in Pelosi's camp who had this to say about the findings: "On a daily basis, President Trump praises this dictator and thug so it only makes sense that his party is following his lead like lemmings over a cliff."

The survey by Ipsos included 1,000 respondents and took place between June 14-15 with a percentage error of 3.5 percent.

See Jeffy and Sara react to the findings above.

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