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Partisan antipathy reached new heights leading to Trump’s election.
A 2016 Pew Research Center study found that 55 percent of Democrats said the GOP makes them “afraid” while 49 percent of Republicans said the same thing about the Democratic Party.
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“People are reacting to the Trump presidency with the same intensity as they did after 9/11,” e Harmony CEO Grant Langston said in a company report.
“We all just want human connection, especially during difficult times.” Many singles with strong feelings on politics are up front about it on their online profiles.
Julie Spira of Marina del Rey wanted to watch Maher’s cable political talk show.
After Election Day 2016 and Inauguration Day last year, e Harmony saw a 35 percent increase in membership.
The Trump era’s effect on romance is something Spira, a dating expert, has seen in her professional capacity.
Today, wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat at a bar might get you a free drink – or get one thrown in your face.
Narrowed to those who vote regularly or donate or volunteer for political campaigns, 70 percent of Democrats and 62 percent of Republicans expressed fear of the other party, according to Pew.
That division carries over into the dating world, said Bill Eddy, a mediator and president of the San Diego-based High Conflict Institute.
Politics went from being rarely discussed to causing a major schism between the liberal Spira and her partner, who wished President Donald Trump a happy birthday on social media.