A new study finds more married couples are fighting over politics since President Trump's election.

FOX's Lisa Brady reports:

A Virginia-based polling firm wanting to gauge the impact of current events on couples, finds that among Americans married or in a relationship, nearly one-quarter surveyed say they've disagreed or argued about politics more than ever since President Trump was elected, even surpassing the amount of fights over money issues.

And one in ten couples ended a relationship over politics, including 22-percent of millenials. The survey by Wakefield Research also finds more than one in five Americans know a couple whose relationship has been negatively impacted by the election.

New York based divorce attorney Lois Brenner telling FOX Business in her 35 years of matrimonial practice, she's never seen to many couples split over a political disagreement.

Lisa Brady, FOX News.