Bipartisan Bae

An election-year exploration of love's new battleground, where politics and passion collide. The below heat map shows the hotspots across America where people would be willing to date beyond the party lines.

State% of Republicans who would not date a Democrat.% of Democrats who would not date a Republican.% who would date anyone, regardless of their party affiliation.
Alabama 16% 12% 72%
Alaska 17% 17% 66%
Arizona 19% 17% 64%
Arkansas 14% 27% 59%
California 15% 27% 59%
Colorado 14% 22% 64%
Connecticut 11% 26% 63%
Delaware 9% 9% 82%
Florida 22% 18% 60%
Georgia 16% 22% 62%
Hawaii 14% 14% 72%
Idaho 14% 29% 57%
Illinois 23% 24% 53%
Indiana 15% 11% 74%
Iowa 21% 15% 64%
Kansas 4% 15% 81%
Kentucky 16% 13% 71%
Louisiana 20% 17% 63%
Maine 13% 25% 62%
Maryland 19% 33% 48%
Massachusetts 11% 29% 60%
Michigan 14% 19% 67%
Minnesota 22% 14% 64%
Mississippi 26% 22% 52%
Missouri 14% 20% 66%
Montana 33% 33% 34%
Nebraska 5% 23% 72%
Nevada 13% 17% 70%
New Hampshire 17% 17% 66%
New Jersey 14% 27% 59%
New Mexico 13% 27% 60%
New York 18% 20% 62%
North Carolina 19% 17% 64%
North Dakota 50% 13% 37%
Ohio 20% 17% 63%
Oklahoma 12% 15% 73%
Oregon 14% 18% 68%
Pennsylvania 9% 18% 73%
Rhode Island 10% 20% 70%
South Carolina 18% 25% 57%
South Dakota 29% 43% 28%
Tennessee 24% 17% 59%
Texas 18% 22% 60%
Utah 15% 8% 77%
Vermont 20% 20% 60%
Virginia 22% 17% 61%
Washington 9% 27% 64%
West Virginia 10% 10% 80%
Wisconsin 12% 24% 64%
Wyoming 33% 17% 50%

Independents Who Would Date Beyond Party Lines (%)