Majority of women find it a turn off if their partner listens to Joe Rogan’s podcast, study says
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Joe Rogan's podcast is the most listened to programme in the world.
According to Castos, the average episode draws in around 11 million listeners, which is incredibly high.
They can go for more than three hours and Rogan brings in some high-profile guests to chat about whatever is on their mind.
While it might seem incredibly popular, there is an apparent downside to being a big Rogan fan.
A new study has found a majority of women feel it's a 'turn off' if their partner listens to The Joe Rogan Experience.
Change Research interviewed more than 1,000 people between the ages of 18 to 34 and 55 per cent of women felt it was a big 'red flag'.
Conversely, only 35 per cent of men thought it was an issue if their partner listened to Joe Rogan.
However, that wasn't the biggest red flag when it came to dating.
More than 75 per cent of women thought it was a dealbreaker when their partner was a MAGA supporter (with 59 per cent of men feeling the same way).
Also not having a hobby (66 per cent for women and 60 per cent for men) and saying All Lives Matter (60 per cent for women and 41 per cent for men) were issues.
For men, the biggest red flag for a partner is them saying they are a communist (64 per cent).
Other big icks for women include a partner saying 'there are only two genders', 'refusing to see the Barbie movie', 'they are so unbothered that they never ask questions', they identify as a communist, they identify as conservative, or they don't care about politics.
Men care a lot less about those aspects but they are still the biggest red flags.
The other worth mentioning is that 41 per cent of men find it a dealbreaker if their partner is into astrology.
Thankfully for Android users around the world, it seems like those constant jokes don't actually translate into dating.
Only 7 per cent of women and 6 per cent of men think it's a red flag if you send green texts.
But you might want to strike a delicate balance on your social media.
The Change Research found 19 per cent of women and 24 per cent of men find it a turn off if their partner posts too much content.