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21-Feb-2016 02:29

In 1960, only 5 percent of Republicans and 4 percent of Democrats said they would be bothered if their son or daughter married someone from the opposing party; by 2010 (the last year for which data is available), that number had leapt to 49 percent of Republicans and 33 percent of Democrats, according to a study by polling firm You Gov.

Jon Reinish, a senior vice president with Democratic communications firm SKDKnickerbocker, has his own “no-Republicans rule.”“It’s less about party label, but I think if you pull the lever for the GOP, your core convictions are likely to be quite far removed from mine, which doesn’t suggest a good match,” Reinish said.

Dating outside your party is veering into socially unacceptable territory in 2016.

Parents are no longer okay with their children marrying outside their party.

“In a nutshell, when it comes to the dating pool on the right, swipe left.” But for others, falling for a political foe doesn’t have to mean submitting to marital discord every four years.

In the recent, not-so-fiery past, Democrats and Republicans didn’t always consider each other deal-breakers.

A successful New York couple I know—we’ll call them Amy and Frank—escaped the last two presidential election seasons unscathed.Newly dating in 2008, then newly married in 2012, it didn’t matter that Amy, an independent who leans liberal, voted for Barack Obama both times, or that Frank had pulled the lever for the Republican candidates John Mc Cain and Mitt Romney.

Often, a younger guy and an older woman would “decide” upfront that their relationship will be casual, and that they should not expect any commitment from each other, because they know that the end of that relationship is inevitable because of the seemingly irreconcilable age difference.… continue reading »

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