– you remember? one note in English per week, or nearly-
Yesterday was a big day, a special day.
We’ve got a new president. Whatever our opinion is, we thought it was important to share this moment with the children. 13 of us were here for lunch yesterday, and we thought it could be a good idea to vote, like in reality. Our panel consisted of 4 adults and 9 children: 4 boys and 5 girls (good parity, don’t you think?), aged from 7 to 15.
We printed 26 ballots, 13 for each candidate. Each one of us had 2 of each. Our urn was a sardine can.
At the end of the vote, the result was:
– 7 for François Hollande: 53,85 %
– 5 for Nicolas Sarkozy: 46,15 %
– 1 blank
Let’s say it was just a game, hey?
But when the best surveys tell you that 90% of the children vote like their parents, let me just doubt about it!
And you, how did you share the elections with your kids?