Given that approximately seven out of 10 couples have shared political preferences, Casey Klofstad, an associate professor in political science at the University of Miami and his co-researchers set out to investigate whether politics plays a role in bringing people together, at least online."We wanted to see if people were willing to use their political preference as plumage, if you will, to lure dates," said Klofstad.Please feel free to check the main page or the search page to see if you can find what you lost.If you’ve spent any time online dating, you’ve run into some bad profiles, and likely some bad dates, too.Furthermore, researchers found that politics ranked 23 out of the 27 most popular interests that individuals mentioned in their profiles, slightly more common than "book clubs" and slightly less common than "video games." Klofstad and co-authors Peter Hatemi, a genetic epidemiologist at Penn State University, and Rose Mc Dermott, a political science professor at Brown, collected their data from a random sampling of 2,944 profiles from 313 randomly selected zip codes off a popular dating site in the fall of 2009.
Those looking for love online are more likely to state they have Zach Galifianakis' physique than John Stewart's political leanings when they compose their profiles, according to a new study.
So neither one is getting what they want, and both are blaming each other.
Men tend to be reactionary when it comes to online dating.
Allman's ex-wife, Cher, also attended the services in Georgia."I thought it was a bad dream," the "home-automation junkie" said.
Montgomery County police have released the blurred-out footage and are asking for the public’s help identifying the would-be intruder.