Do you really want to live forever? According to recent research, most people do not.

A survey by the Pew Religion and Public Life Project asked people if they “would or would not want medical treatments that slow the aging process and allow the average person to live decades longer, to at least 120 years.” Of the 2,012 adults in the sample, 56% said no.

What's more, 69% of those sampled said their ideal lifespan would be between 79 and 100 years.

With advances in nutrition and medicine people are living longer and longer. Our question to you is, when is enough, enough? Would you want to live past 100? Let us know in the comment section.