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If senatorial candidates presented themselves in a dating app, would you give them your approval?

In this day and age, online dating has become the new norm. And with its growing popularity, it has become a widely-accepted way of selecting and meeting your future life partner. But getting yourself a date or finding a match on these dating apps is not as simple as it may seem. We have our established dating standards, which makes “swiping right” a bit challenging because a chance ‘right swipe’ might just change our lives forever. But if we were to apply this practice to the upcoming 2019 Philippine Elections, would we be more critical in our selection?

InqPOP! has developed a mock app to simulate the sifting and selecting of personalities on dating apps. Would you give some of today’s senatorial bets your green signal? Try it out below:

InqPOP! Politinder

(Note: There is no back or reset button, so make a thoughtful review of the profiles!)


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