Would you ever date someone with differing political opinions. like an conservative with a liberal for example.
Most Helpful Girl
I think that depends on what you mean by "politics." I don't think "politics" in terms of "detailed opinions of specific policies" need to match up exactly, but certainly belief systems should be similar. And I think most people feel that way - they want someone with a similar belief system to them.
Having the same belief system doesn't mean you agree on every policy, but it means your core values and motivation behind political opinions match up. For a very very basic example, if I say "I care about children so they shouldn't have homework because it's too much work for them," and you say "I also care about children but I believe they should have homework because it will help improve their minds," well even though we don't agree on homework at our core beliefs we both care about children. So I think that relationship could work. But if I say "I care about children so I am against homework" and you say "I am in favor of homework because I HATE children," well, that's probably not gonna work out in the long run. (Very basic example but hopefully you get the idea).1
Most Helpful Guy
I think its something that happens to match in most cases. Because it takes a certain person to vote for a certain politician. For an example, if somebody is a Hillary supporter, they have to be completely retarded. So normal people will usually avoid them (even though they don't know who the person voted for). And chances are, normal people will not be with them. But if the person runs into another Hillary supporter (meaning another retard), they will click in other fields too0