I think, you cannot compare the two.
I've come to realize they're almost a perfect fit. They're both mostly observing, occasionally outspoken. They seem to share a vague feeling of public responsibility. I think they should go on a (formal) date together; just take this latest tweet:
When we entrust ourselves to the Lord completely, everything changes. We are children of a Father who loves us, and never leaves us.
This is relevant because I think -with all due respect- that Emma has some slight daddy issues. So they could toss around some ideas on the sense of belonging, while Emma could educate him on matters of mascara and the difficulties of modern womanhood. He could tell her how to succesfully grow moss (and save your soul). <3