Newly released data from the online dating site OkCupid reports that politics is increasingly impacting millennial dating.

The site analyzed more than 300,000 answers from OkCupid users’ dating profiles and found that 85 percent of millennial men and women said voting was “extremely or very important” to them.

Both millennial men and women said they would prefer a partner who votes for the same party as they do, at 73 percent and 56 percent respectively.

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This info comes just weeks before the midterm elections when politics is more pervasive in daily life than most other times and on the heels of a national conversation about sexual assault. Unsurprisingly, 75 percent of women said they would not date someone who didn’t support the #MeToo movement.

Melissa Hobley, chief marketing officer at OkCupid, says OkCupid has seen a "massive spike" in political terms on user profiles since President Trump's inauguration.

This polarized dating atmosphere has led to pro- and anti-Trump dating sites popping up such as Donald Daters and And of course, millennials can always meet like-minded people by getting politically involved and meeting someone in the real world, instead of on their phones.

Alexander James is a contributor to Red Alert Politics and a freelance journalist.