MAGA, Joe Rogan and gender: How America’s youth are letting social and political issues affect their dating life

A survey by Change Research has found that support for former President Donald Trump is the number one turn-off for women ages 18 through 24.

The survey of 1,033 Americans specifically found that 76 percent of young women are turned off by “MAGA ideals,” as reported by the Daily Mail, making it their number one turn-off.

Conversely, only 59 percent of young men reported feeling the same about Trump supporters. Their number one turn-off, meanwhile, is women who identify as communists.

The numbers are similar when addressing issues related to so-called “gender identity.”

“Fifty four percent of women said people who believe there are only two genders turn them off. A sizeable minority of men – 34 percent – felt the same way,” according to the Daily Mail.

Young men and women also find popular podcaster Joe Rogan to be problematic, with 55 percent of women saying they wouldn’t want to date a Rogan listener, and “just over a third of [young] men” sharing similar sentiments.

As seen above, the entire list seems to reek of rabid leftism — particularly on the left side. For example, young women have issues with men who say “all lives matter” and who refuse to see the “Barbie” movie, the latter of which has faced heavy criticism from conservatives.

A much smaller percentage of women also have issues with men who own a gun, watch reality TV shows, talk about politics frequently, are into astrology, or identify as liberal.

Change Research also surveyed the 1,033 Americans about their turn-ons, and the answers were again very leftist, with women saying they’re into men who say “black lives matter” (60 percent). That said, the top turn-ons are men who can read (95 percent), men who research for the best deals (88 percent), and men who “look better in person” (51 percent).

Like with the turn-offs list, a much smaller percentage of women said their turn-ons include guys who listen to Joe Rogan, identify as a Trump supporter, refuse to see the Barbie movie, and say “all lives matter.”

As for similarities between the genders, both men (91 percent) and women (95 percent) say that reading is a turn-on.

Both young men and women also agree that conducting research for the best deal before buying something is a turn-on — 85 percent for men and 88 percent for women.

There’s some weird stuff too. For instance, 42 percent of men find it to be a turn-on when a woman prefers cow milk over non-dairy milk. Only 19 percent of women feel similarly about cow-milk-drinking dudes.

The survey has prompted some mockery on social media.


The survey also uncovered some other interesting results: Over 60 percent of young men and women are not confident they’ll ever retire, own a home, or have an emergency fund that could sustain them for three+ months of unemployment.

High numbers of young people are also not confident they’ll ever start a business, have as many kids as they’d like, not live paycheck to paycheck, go on vacation once a year, or pay off all their debts.

Also, among young men and women, a 64 percent majority of women identify with the left (23 percent as liberal and 41 percent as “progressive), and a 42 percent plurality of men identify with the non-left (11 percent as MAGA, 18 percent as conservative, and 13 percent as libertarian).

And lastly, the survey found that young men and women with student loans are extremely concerned about being able to afford an unexpected $1,000 payment, payments for other debts//loans, rent, mortgage, groceries, and utility bills.


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