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Discover the favorite couple

On General Hospital, new love is the lifeblood, and there’s a host of young couples on the horizon. But which ones do fans really care about, and which ones can you skip?

General Hospital Survey

No need to call a dating service or matchmaker. Here’s what over 4,000 voters wanted to make sure we — and the powers that be — knew:

The parent trap

Initially, Harrison Chase (Josh Swickard) was simply helping Brook Lynn Quartermaine (Amanda Setton) by claiming to have fathered “his” baby, Bailey. Now that Bailey is back with her real mom — for better or worse — 68% of the public would love to see Chase and Brook Lynn become a real couple. And maybe have their own little bouncing bundle of joy.

General Hospital: Long Ahead

Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart) has been in love with Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) since he was a self-pity hunchback. He is now a confident business tycoon. And Anna finally seems to return her feelings. This is great news for the 21% of you who have always seen more chemistry between each other than between the love interests we were supposed to be invested in.

GH: Leftovers

Only 7% support Hamilton Finn (Michael Easton) and Elizabeth Webber Baldwin (Rebecca Herbst). Maybe it’s because they only seem to be together due to a lack of other options. Anna is busy with the above. Liz’s husband is dead. So, of course, why not? You can’t expect anyone in Port Charles to sleep alone, can you?

General hospital: even less

An even smaller 4% are ready to buy Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna) and Sam McCall (Kelly Monaco). They’re equally independent — Lulu Spencer (Emme Rylan) is in a coma and Jason Morgan (Steve Burton) is presumed dead — and equally uninterested in living the solo life. Almost as indifferent as you are watching them.

General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtime. For more on what’s going on in Port Charles, check out all the latest GH spoiler posts, and for an in-depth look at the show’s history, click here.