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Politics and dating

The more financially secure a woman is, the more likely she is to post political content in her dating profile.

And it’s politics that has become particularly contentious in recent years.

According to new research by Match, 30.5 per cent of 18-24-year-olds think politics is important in a relationship.

So much so, in fact, that 17.5 per cent avoid finding out the political opinion of their date in case it changes their feelings towards them.

The best example of this how many people say they do not care about their potential partner’s race and then only contact people of the same race as themselves.

The best way to test the hypothesis that people purposely match with others who share their political beliefs is to observe if they are more likely to send messages expressing interest to those who state those beliefs.

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  1. Jun 7, 2017. And it's politics that has become particularly contentious in recent years. This was seen most strongly in the aftermath of Brexit, when many angry millennials took to social media to say they could never date someone who voted remain and a dating app specifically for remain voters was even launched.

  2. Jul 21, 2017. It's the question that, at some point, has to be asked would you date someone with opposing politics?

  3. How Dating Was Different In 2017, Because The Political Climate Might Have Actually Helped To Improve Our Love Lives. ByLaken Howard. Dec 20 2017. Andrew Zaeh for Bustle. I'm sure I'm not the only person who feels like 2017 has dragged on forever — all year long, there's been one piece of bad news after the other.

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