Most people would rather discuss President Donald Trump on a date than their finances.
A joint survey of 2,000 U.S. adults, conducted by Discover and Match Media Group, found that talking about finances is more seen as more stressful than discussing politics or religion. The respondents either had an active dating platform or met their partner online.
"One thing I found interesting is [online daters] don't want to have that money talk," Helen Fisher, a Ph.D. and the chief scientific adviser at Match.com, tells CNBC Make It. "They don't want to have any discussion having to do with money except what kind of job you've got."
The survey found that the soonest most respondents would feel comfortable disclosing financial details, such as credit scores, spending habits and debt, would be within the first six months of a relationship.
Further, a majority of respondents say they are only "slightly comfortable" or "not comfortable at all" with the idea of sharing financial information on a dating app or website.