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A growing number of singles are adding a clause to their online dating profiles telling either Trump haters or Trump supporters — depending on their political preference — that they need not apply.

SMITH: Anthropologist Helen Fisher, an adviser to match.com, says new research from the dating site shows both liberals and conservatives are moving away from center and are likelier now to shun each other, the liberals a little more so.

FISHER: I think it's very natural to the human animal to bring it into the idea of, OK, you like this person; well, you must be like that person then.

And a republican doesn't want to date, well, a whiny snowflake, and that's what they're viewing each other as." Trump is a kind of safe space for Trump supporters who say they're sick of the "lefties" refusing to even give them a chance.

"There's a real distinct difference that we're seeing today, and all singles are becoming more rigid in their views," she says.

Single Joe Goldman founded Maple Match.com, a dating site that helps Americans find Canadians"to save them from the unfathomable horror of a Trump presidency." Goldman became his own first client.

"I can't tell you the sinking feeling I felt [after the election]," he says. So why not consider places that might be more in line with my values, like Canada." It may be better than the alternative.

But today, singles seem to be saying they just can't do that.