Despite this, Rogan’s podcast is extremely popular with reports suggesting that each episode draws an audience of 11 million.
But, for his fans, it’s not all good news as a study has found that the majority of women think it’s a “'turn-off” if their partner is a listener.
More than 1,000 people between the ages of 18 to 34 were interviewed by Change Research, who found that 55 per cent of women felt it was a big “red flag” if someone listens to The Joe Rogan Experience.
In contrast, 35 per cent of men found it a red flag if their partner likes to listen to the podcaster.
The interview also asked participants about other red flags when it comes to relationships, throwing up some interesting gender-based trends.
The study found more than 75 per cent of women thought it would be a dealbreaker if their partner was a MAGA supporter. On the other hand, for men it was 59 per cent.
It was also revealed that a partner not having a hobby was a problem for women more than it was for men – 66 per cent, compared with 60 per cent.
In fact, for men, the biggest red flag for them was if their partner said they were a “communist”, with 64 per cent seeing that as an issue.