Democratic and Republican Grindr users are focused on the economy this election season, but their stance on equality differs vastly along party lines, a new poll conducted by the popular gay dating app has found.
"Grindr for Equality," a social effort which strives to "unite gay men across the country, make that voice grow louder and have a nationwide impact," conducted the survey. The biggest issue named by users of both parties was, by far, the economy, with a whopping 46 percent.
In a press release, officials pointed to the 65 percent disparity between Republican users' concern for the economy and job creation (73 percent) and equality (a mere 8 percent). On the flip side, Democrats were similarly concerned with the economy (38 percent), a larger segment (35 percent) said equality was a major issue.
Perhaps less surprising: 60 percent of Grindr users surveyed identified as Democrats, and 76 percent of users planned to vote for President Barack Obama, according to the press release.
Take a look at the rest of the survey's results below:
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