Unlike conventional dating sites such as and OKCupid, the site screens its users to ensure they are not trolls seeking to make trouble, but truly supporters of the president-elect, who takes the oath of office next month."I thought it was actually a nice idea because I've heard so many stories of people going on dates and everything is going fun and the political talk starts and kills any chance of a relationship happening," Trump Singles creator David Goss says.Dating site Ok Cupid analyzed the words on 190,000 user profiles and lined them up with their political leanings and answers to dating survey questions.The words that line up to politics — and what people want from sex — are fascinating.Some 15 percent of Americans use online dating sites, mostly singles under the age of 24, according to the Pew Research Center.
She said joining up was a no-brainer after hearing about it on last Thursday.
So if you're like many online daters, these cues might help you dodge a bullet on your next date—or maybe make you miss out on a great partner who just happens to disagree with you on politics.
The encounter had seemed promising enough, but the couple brought together by an online dating site failed to connect because of one glaring, irreconcilable difference: He was a Donald Trump supporter, she was not.
“I have used other sites (e Harmony, Match, Plenty Of Fish) with no success,” she told me.
“I very much would like to meet a person with shared values, and I firmly believe that our political beliefs exemplify our core values.” Harry Reis, a professor of psychology at the University of Rochester who studies social interaction and relationships, has found that Passaretti’s view is common, but it’s one of many filters people use to find mates.