The unmarried singles do not associate with partners who have different political viewpoints.
It is important to have a certain likes and dislikes of foods. It is also important to have sort of common hobbies.
In male-female meeting, it is better to have more things in common. If it is so, what about the political viewpoint?
The Korean Marriage and Culture Institute, a subsidiary of the marriage information company Sunoo Inc., surveyed 666 men and women (415 males and 252 females). Only 2 kinds of questions were asked.
If you have potential partners who have an opposite political viewpoint from yours, will you meet her/him?
67% of those surveyed responded “yes.”
The important point is that 33% of those responded “no.” In other words, 1 in every 3 persons opposed meeting with those who have opposite political viewpoints. In males, 75% replied that they would have meeting with those who have opposite political viewpoint, while 56% of females replied that they would meet. Hence, the difference between sexes is about 20% point.
The survey data showed that more females do not like to meet those who have opposite political viewpoint than males do. For reference, the political leaning of the surveyed were 37% liberal, 18% conservative, and the remaining 45% neutral or not leaning to any one side.
The fact that the political viewpoint influences the male-female meeting indicates that one need respect the other’s viewpoint.