How has dating changed
I think that this is the main factor why single people today tend to stay single for longer!
Drawing the comparison between now and 1989 is great.
Despite the current political climate, 25 percent of people said they are even less likely to talk about politics on a first date now than they were in 2016.
A lot has changed since Trump took office, but not everything.
Whether they are seeking out more serious relationships or are looking for more casual hookups, 13 percent of readers say their dating goals have changed — and the reasons vary.
"Let's keep it casual since we're all doomed anyway," one woman said.
Your blog helps me know what I felt was right and the reasons why.
Answers from the 6 percent who identified as "other" include "None," "I'm on the fence," and "I focus on the issues, not a party affiliation."The majority of people we questioned said that currently, they would prefer to date someone with the same political affiliation as them — but a date with someone from an opposite party isn't totally out of the question.
In fact, many people said they weren't about to let the stress of the last election keep them from finding their soulmate — 13 percent said they would "absolutely" date someone with different political views.
Sixty-four percent of readers say they're still going on the same amount of dates now as they did before the election, thank you very much.
But while millennial women might be going on the same amount of dates as they used to pre-Trump, what they hope to get out of those dates is changing.