"Without actually saying the words, I knew he would vote for Trump if it came down to it and that just ruined him for me."Allison, 25, doesn't need someone to take a particular stance but avoids extremes.
"I'm very centrist and enjoy exploring both sides," she said.
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. Anti abortion people who think that mother shouldn't get abortion even if their lives are in danger? That's inherently misogynistic and I wouldn't want to be with anyone who see my life of lesser value than my potential offspring. Unless they are rapid and spend every waking moment looking at Fox News or CNBC, then no.
Just wondering with the election over could a republican date/marry a democrat.a liberal and a conservative? you really liked someone but couldn't accept their views or their views annoyed you? And if you are willing to jettison someone who is amazing just because he/she cancels out your vote, then the problem is with you. Isn't it hard enough for you people to find the right person without throwing additional obstacles in your own path, such as what lever that person pulls on the first Tuesday of every other November?
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According to a survey of 10,000 teens and millennials by the polling app Wishbone, 47 percent of people would not date someone with political beliefs that differ from their own.
It's not just couples that have a problem with it—36 percent say their parents would care what political party their significant other belonged to.
That's probably why one in three people polled likes to bring politics up on the first date to make sure there aren't any deal-breakers.This policy might prevent situations like the one Vanessa, 25, found herself in when she realized the guy she'd been dating for seven months wasn't pro-choice."It came out that he was more conservative [and] religious than I thought, and he was antiabortion," she recalled. " After trying to make it work for two more months, she realized their differences were irreconcilable.."As he went on about how he cannot stand liberal pieces of sh-t, I was sitting there thinking, ' OK, so you can't stand me,'" she recounted."After talking for a little while about the presidential candidates, gun control, and trying to explain to him the separation of church and state, I decided this was just not going to work for me."When Katie, 28, found out her crush would vote for Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton, she decided to nip their relationship in the bud."I didn't even bother to get into it with him because I could sense the passion in his voice," she said.