vote with your feet

vote with your feet
vote with (your) feet to show that you do not support something, especially an organization or a product, by not using or not buying it any more.

Parents are voting with their feet and moving their children to schools where there is better discipline.


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  • vote with feet — vote with (your) feet to show that you do not support something, especially an organization or a product, by not using or not buying it any more. Parents are voting with their feet and moving their children to schools where there is better… …   New idioms dictionary

  • vote with one's feet —    If you vote with your feet, your show your dislike or disapproval of something by leaving.     If the conference is boring, people will probably vote with their feet …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

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