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Match.com—which is kind of like Tinder for old, patient people—released their annual study on singles in America, a comprehensive survey of all things affecting the unattached. The survey included a section on politics, which had some titillating results.

According to the study, there's a connection between political engagement and the possibility of getting engaged.

Talking about politics on the first date increases your chances of getting a second date.

They're discussing the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
They're discussing the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
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The study says that discussing politics increases your likelihood of a second date by a whopping 91%.

Sources: Singles in America