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I could not date or probably even closely associate with someone who had different political views.Our country is the greatest country that has ever existed, it was founded on certain principles, I could not support anyone wanting to change that. My husband use to be a avid Republican, where I was a avid Democrat.Lately, the upcoming election is permeating every aspect of American life.Not surprisingly it has become a topic of discussion in the dating world as well.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.It's quite interesting because she has stronger political opinions than most people I have met and is quite opinionated about them.
We respect each other enough to allow the other to have their own thoughts and feelings about things. Funnily enough I have a much older friend who is widowed.
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I happen to have very strong political inclinations, much stronger than the average person, and quite frankly I find the opposing political ideology to be downright repugnant.
Their beliefs, their values, their principles are completely foreign to me and I find them to be the antithesis not only to the principles upon which this nation was founded, but also to the teachings of any of the major religions in this country.
How important is it for you and your significant other to share similar political views? Recently, we conducted a poll to determine how political beliefs are playing a part in today’s dating scene.
The results are rather surprising, and reflect the significance political discussions have on dating.33% have experienced a “ruined date” because of a date’s political opinions and of that 33%, 18% would not give their date a second chance.50% of both single men and women think that dating someone with opposite political views was fine for the short-term, but not for the long-haul.
I'm sure most of you were glued to the TV last night watching the vice-presidential debate, and regardless of your political stance, I bet you had quite a bit to say throughout their heated discussion. Or do politically heated debates at home keep you on your toes?