Dating someone with different politics

Helen Fisher, Match.com’s scientific adviser, says that connection is “not at all a surprise,” because passion often bleeds from one part of life into another.“The kind of person who’s going to be very passionate in any sector that interests them,” Fisher said, “they’re going to be passionate in any other sector.” When it comes to political conversation, singles are more likely to talk about issues they’re in favor of or topics where they’re pleased with the status quo.

The Donald’s followers are 99 percent more likely to have filmed themselves having sex.

“One thing that Trump doesn’t have is impulse control,” Fisher noted, “and that’s very appealing to this group of people.” Fisher posited that Trump supporters must also be “somewhat confident, tough-minded and direct,” like the Donald is, characteristics that would make them “willing to do in their private life what they want to do.” Those in the Clinton camp are more likely to be female (176 percent) and gay (606 percent), and Trump supporters are more like to be unemployed (82 percent) or retired (96 percent).

Any gay man who can't see the connection between a woman's right to have children when she chooses and his right to love and marry the person he chooses is an idiot.

And I don't date idiots."But then you have couples like Mary Matalin and James Carville, a Republican political consultant and a Democratic political consultant, respectively.

During an election season, politics are bound to come up — and that’s a good thing.

A hearty discussion on any political issue could increase your chances of getting a second date by 91 percent, according a new Match survey of more than 5,000 American singles from around the country, ages 18 to over 70.

But her boyfriend, whom she described as a “sweet, loving guy and progressive in every other way,” said that disagreeing on an issue is fine in a relationship.

But the woman was still left uneasy and turned to Savage for help.

Nearly 40 percent of Americans have feuded with friends and family in the wake of the 2016 election—but would you allow politics to get in the way of your romantic relationship?

Some say refusing to date people who don't share your political viewpoints is ridiculous.

Both are very political and not only have opposing views, but actually work for opposing parties.

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