- Understandable: If it can divide a country, I can see why it would kill a marriage. The political and idealistic differences were just too much.26%(9)21%(15)Vote17%(6)
- Unacceptable: A single election is no excuse for the unraveling of a marriage. They should've worked it out.12%(4)20%(14)Vote28%(10)
- Questionable: If THIS made them divorce, they weren't strong enough to begin with. There were other issues.62%(21)59%(41)Vote55%(20)
Most Helpful Girl
I don't think it was the election itself that caused their divorce. It was the way the election HIGHLIGHTED their differing views, beliefs, and priorities. This election has really thrown a lot of important issues into light; issues that revolve around human rights and the very core values of what is important to our country, its people, and the world.
I think I'd have a very hard time being in a relationship with someone who didn't share my political views to begin with. But this election has threatened ideas that I never thought would be in question, so I can see how it would break up a couple who previously thought they could handle their differences.0
Most Helpful Guy
If politics or religion split them up how'd they get together in the first place? I really don't care what my partner thinks about politics or religion as long as we agree to disagree and leave it alone. If we have a problem with it obviously it's stupid to get married anyway.0