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Lately, the upcoming election is permeating every aspect of American life.

Not surprisingly it has become a topic of discussion in the dating world as well.

"After talking for a little while about the presidential candidates, gun control, and trying to explain to him the separation of church and state, I decided this was just not going to work for me."When Katie, 28, found out her crush would vote for Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton, she decided to nip their relationship in the bud.

"I didn't even bother to get into it with him because I could sense the passion in his voice," she said.

Only ¼ of single men avoid dating women with strong political opinions.41% of men and 40% of women think it’s risky to talk politics on a first date.63% said that they only date people These results indicate that there are no hard and fast rules about political talk and first dates.

Relationships are falling apart now, at a time where the month of January has always been known to be the highest month of divorce filings.

If your boyfriend or partner is a Trump supporter and you marched with enthusiasm at the post-inauguration Women's March, it could ignite problems at home and you could be headed for a breakup. Clinton supporters hoped the Electoral College would miraculously overturn their votes to support Clinton who received the popular vote. Couples tolerated their partners' political disagreements, because the outcome had not been decided. How do you come home to dinner and ignore the big elephant in the room? Women's March The Women's March on the day after the inauguration brought together millions of people around the world, with 500,000 just in Washington, DC, to support women's rights.

While it was intended to be peaceful, if your partner didn't join you or support you on the walk, the wedge between the two of you just got bigger.

Julie, 29, had also been dating someone for several months and was happy with the relationship—until her date said "I can't believe these liberal pieces of sh-t" while watching .

"As he went on about how he cannot stand liberal pieces of sh-t, I was sitting there thinking, ' OK, so you can't stand me,'" she recounted.