It seems President Trump is the cause of a division far more serious than Red State vs. Blue State. A recent American Perspectives survey reveals:
83% of Americans who dislike Trump said they would not date someone who felt differently.
Considering a significant majority of American women who are registered to vote say they are against President Trumps re-election in 2020 that means a disproportionate percentage of women over men see support for Trump as a deal breaker in a relationship.
Other hot-button issues do not seem to have the same effect on relationships. Only sixteen percent of the public say a difference in views on gun control would stop them from dating someone. Similarly, nineteen percent say disagreeing on LGBTQ rights would put a stop to the next date.
The study found that 73 percent of Democrats said they would not date someone who supported Trump. Republicans, on the other hand appear much more open-minded. 54 percent of Republicans said they would not date someone who opposed Trump.
81 percent of Republican voters said they were likely to support Trump, with only 19 percent likely to oppose him. A majority of that 81 percent are men.
Watch the video to learn why Tim Pool says even though Republican men have trouble finding women who like Trump, it isn’t a problem for them. The reason has nothing to do with politics.