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The #Never Trump movement will love Conservative Dates, which holds it down for more traditional right wingers.
And while the old adage that opposites attract sounds nice, the research of Neil Malhotra, a professor of political economy in the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University, has found these political-leaning dating sites exist for a reason.
I certainly didn’t experience any hate while browsing around. The Republican nominee has yet to comment on the dating platform bearing his name.
I’m betting he thinks it’ll be yuuuuge, just like everything else created in his image.
Over at Match.com, new membership numbers are skyrocketing in the 50-plus category — which shows a 300 percent jump from year 2000.
This rapid-fire growth may be attributed to the overall increase in the number of 50-plus singles over the past three decades: Twenty-nine percent of adults ages 45-59 are now single compared to 19 percent in 1980, reports the Census Bureau.
(I asked, but didn’t receive comment from the site’s owners.) Ten credits sell for .99, yet 25 credits go for .99—some fuzzy math which needs clarification.
Either way, politics-driven dating sites are nothing new.
But I wasn’t really looking for true love when I joined the new dating site created for Donald Trump supporters. A run-of-the-mill online dating network, Trumpsingles was created by David Goss, a 35-year-old associate producer of reality television from Santa Clarita, CA.
The two e-mailed back and forth and before long were chatting nightly on the phone.
One thing led to the next, and the two met face to face.
“Political sorting is comparable in size to sorting based on education and race,” he told me.
“Our findings suggest that shared political orientations signal shared values, which may be important in child rearing and general household harmony.” It’s easy to scoff at Trumpsingles, to mock its inelegant design and odd logo (which I believe owes a lot to the covers of supermarket romance novels) or its nearly-witty slogan (“making dating great again”). How could I begrudge a safe space for like-minded people to meet and explore their deeper chemistry?