PEOPLE.COM - May 3 - Apparently the results of the presidential election did not put most U.S. Tinder users in the mood for love. Match Group Chairman and CEO Greg Blatt, said during an earnings call Wednesday that Tinder saw a drop in activity beginning in November and lasting through February, an apparent anomaly during what is typically a busy period for the dating site. "The post election was weird," Blatt said. Although a majority of the app's users preferred Hillary Clinton, a sizable minority were fans of Trump. According to the results of a "swipe the vote" poll released shortly before the election, 53% of Tinder users planned to vote for Clinton, versus 47% for Trump.