If one likes Bernie Sanders and is very involved in the campaign and the other is all about Trump. Obsessed with Trump. Let's say he has no idea my views. I have seen his Facebook. And he said he is at a political meeting. The way I see it we both are at the very heart similar. We are both into charity and global causes to help people and his work with charity is something I would have done if I had that amount of freedom but I have s family. I wanted to doPeace Corps always he did Habitat for humanity building houses. I organize and send huge amounts of donations to Tsunami victims in the USA and Thailand. We both care about the military. I think we have a lot of common ground. Do u think it is good that we can disagree about the politicians but agree on central beliefs. So we can keep in mind people that disagree in one area are not unable to get along we can see each other on a more human level. I know some couples don't talk politics and share how they vote.
I don't believe so, it would be a source of too much conflict unless we decided to never bring it up, but in relationships you can't do that. You should be able to talk openly without fighting but if something like that causes fights then it's not the relationship for you.
Ehhh, I don't see how it could work. Hell, I've had family members (cousins) unfriend/unfollow me on social media because I posted pictures of Donald Trump (They're hardcore Bernie fans).
Now, if the Bernie supporter is mostly just looking to upset the political system and is one of the many who will probably wind up voting for Trump once it's down to Heartless Hillary vs Trump, then it could work...