AEI.ORG - Feb 5 - A 2017 study by eHarmony found that almost half of users mention Trump, either positively or negatively, in their profiles. Some dating apps have even been created with a specific political group in mind, such as Conservatives Only and TrumpSingles. 63% of Americans say they would not consider dating someone whose views on Trump differ from their own. Trump is more of a deal breaker for women than men. Nearly seven in 10 (69%) of women say they would be unwilling to date someone whose views of the president did not align with their own. Educational background appears to matter little to Americans in deciding whom to date. They care more about religion, lifestyle and life goals, spending habits. Most Americans who are currently married or in committed relationships say they were not aware of the politics of their spouse or partner before they started dating. Younger adults are more likely than are older adults to say they were aware of their partner's political views before they started their relationship.