Since opening in 2018, Be Washington has allowed nearly 130,000 people to step into George Washington’s shoes and face the same leadership challenges he did as president and general. In each of the four scenarios—Battle of Second Trenton, the Newburgh Conspiracy, the Genet Affair, and the Whiskey Rebellion—players must weigh advice from a variety of sources and choose the best course of action.
After you vote, the system tallies the guesses of your fellow participants and provides percentages for how the group voted, as well as an all-time vote tally.
Users from 49 states (looking at you, Vermont), the District of Columbia, and 20 countries have played Be Washington online since September—especially in classrooms across the country. From these sessions and our data on site, we've calculated the total votes.
How have people voted since you played?