Diary of a Wimpy Kid actress Chloë Grace Moretz is advocating for Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton’s New College Compact plan on Twitter, which aims to help students pay off debt acquired through loans and tuition.
The 18-year-old cited Clinton’s program as being “very dear” to her, and provided a link for her nearly two-million followers to sign up on Thursday.
“Something very dear to me that everyone deserves. Here’s @HillaryClinton’s plan to make quality education happen,” she wrote.
When clicked, the link automatically directs viewers to a quiz found on the Democratic Party frontrunner’s website.
“Answer a few quick questions to find out how Hillary’s plan will help you or someone you know,” reads the site. “Cost won’t be a barrier. Debt won’t hold you back.”
The first question asks for only a first name, while the second inquiry asks which part of the plan is most appealing, and viewers are asked to choose “paying for higher education,” or “paying off debt.”
The quiz then asks, “How do you feel about paying for your education?”
The answers are a series of emojis, which appear to cater to millennials, accompanied by text.
On top of it. 😎 pic.twitter.com/HlNVBTMZ73
— Kelli Serio (@KelliSerio) August 13, 2015
The third question asks which answer best described your school or program?”
Finally, the quiz requests your name and zip code to send you the results.
Moretz’s support of Hillary comes at a time when Clinton seems to be facing an unexpected challenge from Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, in regards to her support from millennials.
— Chloë Grace Moretz (@ChloeGMoretz) August 13, 2015