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Political Dabbler is into basketball, and if his March Madness knowledge is any indication, the passion is less dabble, more dunk.
He seems tolerant of my ignorance, though, and we eventually make it out for coffee. I purposely steer us away from politics, and instead ask about his hobbies.
Apparently, political ideology is indeed a strong indicator of whether a couple will get together and stay together—an even stronger factor for mate selection than personality, according to a study done by Washington State University Vancouver. There's only one thing to do: I stereotype my ass off. Hostility toward the opposite party is at an all-time high, too, which only compounds things. That's not constructive at all," Peter Hatemi, a political science professor at Penn State University and co-author of the paper "The Politics of Mate Choice" Of course, there's a difference between respecting another person's politics and falling in love with them. So I go to the site known for creating unlikely matches: Tinder. A 2014 Pew Research study shows that 20 years ago, 17 percent of Republicans had a "very unfavorable" view of Democrats. Liberal antipathy isn't much better: 38 percent of Democrats share that disgust, up from 16 percent. I wonder if I am reasonable enough to compromise if I really met the right person, all other things considered. My first step: Find a Republican and convince him to grab coffee with me. And I have a hard time believing in a church that has yet to stop condemning my son because he was born gay.If I don’t respect my partner then how can a relationship flourish?