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Results & Impact

Each week hundreds of thousands of young people vote on our latest lesson. Here's what they say, and how their voices are changing the world.

Last Week's Results


Should young people have a say on what is taught in Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)?

07th - 14th June 2024

With the Department of Education's recent announcement to review of the statutory RSE guidance, we gave voters the chance to share their views on what they currently learn about relationships.

Secondary, 16+ & College voters were asked: “Should young people have a say on what is taught in Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)?”, while Primary 9-11 voters discussed: “Do you get enough relationships education in school?”, and Primary 5-9 voters considered: “Does school help you with your relationships?”

42,264 young people in the UK have taken part in this vote.

This week we received

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voters aged 5-11



voters aged 11-16+

What happens to our results?

Our work doesn't stop there. We're committed to amplifying the voices of young people to a range of businesses, organisations and politicians to ensure that young people are part of the change they want to see.

You can see how our voting is impacting the world on our impact page:

Our Impact

Past results

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Should UK football clubs be fan-owned?

31st May - 07th June 2024

Ahead of the UEFA Euros 2024, young people had their say on football fans and their role in the clubs they support.

see results
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Should accent be a protected characteristic?

17th - 24th May 2024

Nine protected characteristics were first introduced in the Equality Act 2010 and they are protected - by law - from discrimination. For this VoteTopic, we asked young people for their thoughts on the possibility of accent becoming the 10th protected characteristic.

see results
Elections & Rewards VT

Is giving rewards for voting a good idea?

10th - 17th May 2024

With as much as 49% of the world’s population taking to the polls this year, we wanted to ask young people about incentivised voting: would rewarding people for exercising their democratic right help tackle dwindling voter turnout, or is gamifying elections a step too far?

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