PREVIOUS POLL RESULTS
January 19th: Who is more responsible for helping to reduce climate change?
Old people or young people?
January 19th: Which of these ideas would have the most positive impact on schools in your country?
Ensuring all children can read by age 9, a teachers' bonus when students hit targetsor combining smaller schools into one big school?
January 12th: Which daily numbers are the most important for governments to consider before they decide upon covid-19 rules?
Covid-19 cases, people with covid-19 or covid-19 deaths?
January 5th: Which news topic are you most looking forward to learning more about?
The pandemic, space races, sport and politics, the future of work, or travel trouble?
December 15th: Which of these news stories will come up the most in 2022?
Vaccine passports, gaming regulations, democracy in Zambia or innovation in Iceland?
December 8th: Is technology with Artificial Intelligence (AI) a positive or negative thing for the future?
Or not sure?
December 1st: "Gun laws in America should remain the way they are." How far do you agree?
1 - Strongly disagree
2 - Disagree
3 - Neither agree or disagree
4 - Agree
5 - Strongly agree
November 24th: Whose responsibility is it to help the asylum seekers and migrants who are stuck in camps in Belarus?
Belarus, charities, the countries they came from or someone else?
November 12th: Which of the following keywords is the MOST important for discussing coups in the news?
Democracy, power or fairness?
November 5th: Each of the following are examples of how you can be more climate-friendly with food. But which are you most excited to try?
A: Eating insects
B: Reusing leftover food
C: Replacing meat with fungi