Chin up, conservatives

Despite nationwide election results, conservative companions are still coveted in Dallas

Despite nationwide election results, conservative companions are still coveted in Dallas

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Dallas ranks No. 3 nationally for cities where Republicans are flirted with the most on Chemistry.com.  Photo courtesy of Local Look
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Some say opposites attract. But if you're looking to find common ground, Texas is a popular place for conservatives.  Photo illustration by Allyson Murphy
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President Obama carried the most populous pockets of Texas, but Mitt Romney won in almost every other part of the state.  HuffingtonPost.com
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Sure, Barack Obama is president for four more years, pot is legal in Washington and Colorado, and gay marriage got a boost in three states. Heck, Obama even won the popular vote in every major city in Texas.

But fear not, conservative cronies, for Republican ideals still get singles motors running in Texas. According to Chemistry.com, Dallas is the No. 3 city in America for online Republian repartee. 

Scottsdale, Arizona topped the list, which reflects the 10 cities where Republicans are flirted with the most on the dating site. Houston came in at No. 4, and San Antonio followed at No. 6. Texas was the only state to have three cities on the list. North Carolina had two: Raleigh and Charlotte ranked ninth and 10th, respectively. 

Even if the nation's tide is turning liberal, Republicans can take solace in the fact that strongholds of conservatism are out there. And if the chemistry is as advertised, a new generation of right-wing progeny could be a click away