Politics and dating
Nearly 70% of male respondents stated that they preferred to get involved in a conversation that focused on political issues.
It seems that this is also applied to dating as well.
A study named Singles in America launched on February 2016, showed that 70% of singles, in particular those supporting Hillary Clinton, were more likely to discuss politics on a first date.
The good news were that, the chances of getting a second date were higher if you engaged on a political debate during your first date.
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Q: How do you tell someone that you are on a date with that you don’t want to talk about politics?
This is also applied to the dating scene as every day there are more and more women who think it is OK to bring out a political topic during a first date.
In spite, many singles believe that engaging on a political debate during a first date still is a social faux pas, nowadays, daters are less susceptible to talk about politics when meeting romantically someone for the first time.
This time, he staged a satirical interview with former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin.
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