Global Statistics

All countries
94,309,732
Confirmed
Updated on January 16, 2021 2:53 am
All countries
67,122,010
Recovered
Updated on January 16, 2021 2:53 am
All countries
2,017,798
Deaths
Updated on January 16, 2021 2:53 am

Global Statistics

All countries
94,309,732
Confirmed
Updated on January 16, 2021 2:53 am
All countries
67,122,010
Recovered
Updated on January 16, 2021 2:53 am
All countries
2,017,798
Deaths
Updated on January 16, 2021 2:53 am

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Seventy-one percent of single Democratic Party voters stated they are extremely unlikely to even consider dating a person who voted for Republican politician Donald Trump in the 2016 governmental election, a brand-new study finds. And based purely on celebration lines, 43 percent of Democrats stated they would not likely date anybody who is a Republican, compared to just 24 percent of Republicans who said the exact same of their liberal counterparts. Just 4 percent of Democrat-leaning citizens admitted they had actually previously dated a Trump citizen, and only 4 percent of Republican-leaning voters conceded the exact same about dating a Clinton voter.

Just shy of three-quarters (74 percent) of GOP-leaning citizens stated they would either consider dating a Democrat or they already have in the past. That share falls to 51 percent when the question is altered to whether or not they would enter a relationship with someone who voted for Clinton in the last governmental election.

Previous surveys of American citizens conducted during the Trump age have shown that political differences have actually affected individuals’s views on extremely personal levels. Seventy-five percent of Democrats surveyed last September stated Republicans are more “close-minded” than fellow Democratic voters, while two-thirds of Republicans said Democrats are “unpatriotic.” In terms of perceived ethical and moral flaws, a 55 percent majority of Republicans stated Democrats are “immoral.”

More than two times as lots of Republicans in 2015’s Bench studies described Democrats as “lazy,” and 38 percent of Democrats identified their GOP equivalents as “unintelligent.”

Bench’s polarized dating survey discovered that only 28 percent of Democrat-leaning Americans would even consider dating a Trump citizen, with only eight percent of those individuals saying they “definitely” would. But in an unusual political twist, 13 percent of Democrats stated they would not even think about remaining in a relationship with a person who chose Clinton. Only 5 percent of conservative-leaning respondents stated the very same about a 2016 Trump citizen.

Non-white Democratic daters were discovered to be a lot more most likely than whites to state they would not remain in a relationship with a Republican or someone who voted for Trump in 2016.

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The multi-layered Bench survey of almost 5,000 “single-and-looking” Americans revealed that members of both celebrations were most likely to romantically write-off an individual who chose Trump or Clinton in 2016 rather than someone who just determined as a member of the opposite party.
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