In the treacherous, amusing and sometimes rewarding world of online dating, Donald Trump has become the newest way to find – or reject – a romantic match. “Trump voters please swipe left, and go to your room and think about what you’ve done,” wrote another Tinder user, referring to the way to dismiss a potential date in the app. Dating, online and off, is more supercharged with politics than it’s ever been, said online dating experts who specialize in matchmaking. It would never work,” one user says in the opener to his bio on Tinder, a popular mobile dating platform that boasts 26 million matches per day. Since his election, the president has become a new measure of compatibility – much like someone’s age, religion, wanting kids or simply finding things in common.The site’s data also underscores what dating experts are seeing: 60 percent of singles say they are less open to dating across party lines than two years ago. Conservatives are 57 percent more likely to date across party lines.But if you voted for Trump last election, you may have limited your dating pool.Adultspace lets you be the star of your own sexy show.You can upload your own pictures and videos and even make your own blog.
If “ranchers, farmers and country folks” are more your speed, there’s Farmers JDate and Christian Mingle offer Jewish and Christian catches, respectively.Fifteen percent of all Americans reported using an online dating site or mobile app, up from 11 percent in 2013, and dating online has nearly tripled since among 18- to 24-year-olds over the same period. The outsized mention of Trump on dating sites could reflect the growing partisan divide across the country.In a separate 2016 Pew study on partisanship and political animosity, 55 percent of Democrats said the Republican Party makes them “afraid,” and 49 percent of Republicans said the same thing about the Democratic Party.People want a partner who is going to support your strong belief about what’s happening with the world. think about a woman who walked in the Women’s March and her boyfriend being a Trump supporter,” she added. “It’s just that people are so opinionated about him,” Davis Edwards said.“I think that’s true wherever you are, and for both genders. If you’re opinionated about him, you’re opinionated about him.” With some more open about politics in dating, some Trump supporters say they’re less inclined to talk about who they voted for.