Over half of millennials in the United States said they would go to extremes of giving up their voting rights if it means it will wipe away their student loan debts, a new survey has found, True Pundit reports.
The latest findings were based from the survey of personal finance website Credible, which saw 50 percent of all respondents between the ages 18 to 34 said they would give up voting in the next two presidential elections in exchange for not making another student loan payment.
Only 8.2 percent of respondents say they would not give up anything and would chose to keep paying the debt in full.
Another survey from MoneyTips.com released in July found that about 42 percent of Americans think President Donald Trump should forgive all federal student debt to help boost the U.S. economy.
The Trump administration is still figuring out how to overhaul a policy from the previous administration that aims to help student pay back their loans.
As a candidate, Trump proposed forgiveness of student loans after the student has made 15 years of repayment.