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It's also not surprising that more Democrats are feeling the impact given that their party lost.

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Founded in 2012, CMB is free to use and is most popular among young urban professionals in big cities.

Born in 2000, e Harmony was one of the first dating sites around; it charges a membership fee, is dedicated to making not only matches but marriages, and was founded by Christian psychologist Neil Clark Warren."e Harmony does tend to get people who favor religion, and when there’s discord, religion serves a purpose for many looking to heal," said April Masini, relationship expert and advice columnist.

Earlier this month, the dating service Coffee Meets Bagel surveyed 1,320 users and found that the majority of singles say politics are impacting their quest for love.

Seventy percent of single Democrats said that politics are affecting their dating life "slightly" to "profoundly," compared with 55 percent of single Independents, and 43 percent of single Republicans.

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