The 2016 presidential election is killing women's sex drives, according to a Boulder tech company focusing on women's health.

The poll by Kindara indicates that 19 percent of Democratic women polled and 9 percent of Republican women said the campaign is having a negative impact on their sex lives.

Other poll results: 67 percent of Republican women polled said "having sex was a higher priority than watching the debates." Fifty percent of Democratic women agreed with the statement.

Forty five percent of Republican women said "they are most looking forward to having sex, compared to voting, on Election Day" compared with 25 percent of Democrats.

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