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“As mainstream websites go further left, their pool is becoming smaller,” Goss told Market Watch in 2017.
His conservative friends in the dating world often run up against clear “no Trump voters” stances on mainstream apps like Tinder.
Last February, Ok Cupid added Trump-related questions to its compatibility survey and found 72% of people thought supporting the president was a deal breaker in relationships.
But like Ok Cupid, e Harmony has seen the number of users willing to date people of other political stripes shrink dramatically.
“I think there is some debate as to whether it is even possible, now, to mix people who are passionate about politics and on different sides of the fence,” he said.
Even e Harmony, which was once known as a more conservative Christian-oriented site, has become more mainstream in recent years.