Related: Trump-Stormy Daniels: President’s Lawyer Complained He Wasn’t Paid back for Keeping Alleged Affair Quiet, Report Claims That breakdown had the company “a little surprised,” Ashley Madison’s vice president of communications Paul Keable said.“In general, the GOP is seen as the grand old party set in a more conservative viewpoint of life, that clearly over the past 20, 30 years was far more tied to evangelical groups, in small town U. A., so all those lean a little bit more toward the traditional family values,” Keable told . The report concluded: “Maybe it’s the Republican mentality that leads them to infidelity.
“On the flip side, Democrats are construed as liberal elites that live more freely.”A “long line” of Democratic leaders have been scrutinized for extramarital affairs, including former presidents Bill Clinton, John F. A mentality supporting individual choice and a commitment to liberty.”Keep up with this story and more Among members surveyed, 74 percent of men and 69 percent of women said they had an interest in politics and staying informed, but “politicians who cheat are not always judged harshly,” the report stated.“That is just another sign that perhaps perceptions around infidelity are changing, slowly, but to the point where we’re becoming more accustomed that our politicians, our leaders, people of significance, are having or potentially could be having affairs and it’s not the determining factor on if they’re successful,” Keable said.
“I think there is some debate as to whether it is even possible, now, to mix people who are passionate about politics and on different sides of the fence,” he said.
Republicans are apparently more prone to cheating on their spouses than Democrats are, according to survey conducted by a website that helps married people to have affairs.
The website Ashley Madison found that 60 percent of its members are Republican, while less than 40 percent were Democrats, in a survey it released last month.
It has gained more than 52,000 members since Trump’s inauguration, according to Goss.
“As mainstream websites go further left, their pool is becoming smaller,” Goss said.