In the Guardian:
"that's an ambitious door target"!
The election is 7 weeks away. Can Theresa May talk to 7 million people before then?
Here are some of the things my classes did:
If there are 4 people per household and she goes to 200 houses per day then she will talk to about 40,000 people over 49 days. [Is 200 houses per day reasonable?]
Dividing 7 million by 49 gives 142,000 people per day to talk to. This is 1.65 people per second. (Long enough to say "hi", but not "vote for me"? And there is no time for sleep, food, etc.)
Our school has 2000 students. It seems plausible that you could get them all in a big hall and address them altogether. It would be necessary to have 71 of those big meetings per day to talk to 7 million people.
142,857 people per day divided by 4 for a household, gives 35,740 houses per day. A 5 min conversation with each would require 2796 hours in each day. [We discussed rounding ...]
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