Keep Minimum Voting Age 18 In Future European Referendum Vote

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Created November 15, 2015 by f e sharpe

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Return to the Keep Minimum Voting Age 18 In Future European Referendum Vote petition.

There are currently 50 signatures for this petition:

  1. f.e.sharpe UNITED KINGDOM

    keep the voting age eighteen for all elections

  2. Vian Curtis UNITED KINGDOM

    Minimum age for voting should remain at 18 – in order to bring at least 2 years of adult life to influence ones decision

  3. Roselda Nicholson UNITED KINGDOM

    If 16 and 17 year olds are mature enough to decide on this issue, they are old enough to buy and drink alcohol, join the military without parental consent, to serve on the front line, to get married without parental consent and to drive a car! And Child Benefit to stop.

  4. f e sharpe UNITED KINGDOM

    we have to keep the age eighteen for voting in the united kingdom.
    If you change one thing you get problems else where .

  5. B Callaghan UNITED KINGDOM

    A person is not mature enough under the age of 18 to vote on such important matters

  6. C A Clark UNITED KINGDOM

    16 is far too low. 21 is age of majority

  7. c a clark UNITED KINGDOM

    21 is age of majority

  8. g.mccartney UNITED KINGDOM

    most ,but not all u/18,s are not really life experienced enough to understand all the implications of being in or out of the E.U and therefore unable to make an informed decision.

  9. judd UNITED KINGDOM

    common sense!

  10. Judd UNITED KINGDOM

    prefer to remain private

  11. Donna Northcott UNITED KINGDOM

    Imo you are not mature enough at 16. Some may be of course but most are not.

  12. Ron Northcott UNITED KINGDOM

    This is my opinion.

  13. Keith Miller UNITED KINGDOM

    This age group has no idea of life before the EU

  14. Jean Miller UNITED KINGDOM

    Too young to understand implications.

  15. R P Yates UNITED KINGDOM

    The age at which a person may vote should remain at 18, lower than that is too young.

  16. susan harbutt UNITED KINGDOM

    16 yr olds are classed as children not adults and should not be used to minipulate the vote.

  17. Karen tunstall

    16 year olds are more easily swayed/frightened by ‘powers that be’.

  18. Peter Corbett UNITED KINGDOM

    Lowering the voting age on this, i believe, is pro euro people think younger people will want to stay in the union, so their action is not for rights for youth, but something that will benefit europhiles.

  19. Phil UNITED KINGDOM

    Under 18s do not have enough life experiences to make an informed decision on this very important vote.

  20. Linda UNITED KINGDOM

    More mature voters are better informed than the 16 and 17 year olds.

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