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Love trumps Trump, but one dating flaw can't be overlooked, new Match.com survey shows

Political tensions may be high, but singles aren't letting party lines get in the way of love. According to Match's eighth annual survey of more than 5,000 single people around the country, 72 percent of people would date someone from a different political party. In Chicago, that number drops just slightly to 69 percent, but hey, we're a passionate town.

The survey examines trends and shifting attitudes across the

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