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VoteTopic Results

Part of the VotesforSchools community, or just curious about the results of a previous topic? Take a look at how young people voted during our weekly national conversations.

Last Week's Results

With Liz Truss’s recent move to Prime Minister and following Boris Johnson’s resignation, our voters explored the role of PM and what it entails, particularly given the current political climate. They considered concerns such as the cost of living crisis, war, the aftermath of the pandemic and whether being the Prime Minister throughout this presented itself as more of an opportunity or burden.

This week we received

39053

total votes

13035

voters aged 5-11

26018

voters aged 11-18

Past results

Will the Lionesses' win create long-lasting change?

To mark the Lionesses’ victory in the European football championship this July, our pupils explored the history of women’s football and its ongoing fight for equal recognition. They considered the increase in media coverage and support for the Lionesses’ during Euros 2022 and the potential impact this could have on the future for gender equality.

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