That's the question that was posed to apprentices at our Camden academy by the BBC's Political Editor, Nick Robinson, when he popped in on 5 February to film a news report on Voter Registration Day.
Mr Robinson brought a ballot box to the training salon and invited apprentices to decide on whether or not they intended to vote.
In his TV news report
, watched by some 5 million viewers on the 6 O'clock and 10 O'clock evening bulletins, the academy received well over one minute of primetime exposure, showing our facilities in all their glory.
A new opinion poll has shown that as many as 800,000 young people aged 18 to 21 will not be able to vote in the general election because they're not on the electoral roll. The poll for the Electoral Reform Society also showed that 24% of 18-to-21 year olds haven't registered to vote. Another 9% had no idea whether they were on the register at all.
See what our apprentices had to say!