Marriage outside of one’s political party may have implications for elections. New research from a Yale University political scientist indicates that across the
country, couples of missed political persuasion are less likely to vote.
Considering factors such as age, gender, geography and race, the researcher found that marrying across party lines decreases the odds of voting, with the effect stronger for Republicans than for Democrats.
The choice to mix it up may simply reflect a lower level of interest in politics, the researcher said.
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