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Americans Split on Whether NAFTA Is Good or Bad for U.S.
Americans are divided on whether NAFTA has been good or bad for the U.S., with Democrats and independents much more in favor of it than Republicans.
Americans Split on Idea of Withdrawing From Trade Treaties
More than four in 10 Americans say they don't know enough to say whether the U.S. should end its participation in free trade deals such as NAFTA and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but among those who do, opinion is split.
Americans Remain Positive About Foreign Trade
The majority of Americans view foreign trade positively, with 54% seeing it as an opportunity for economic growth through exports rather than a threat from imports (38%). The issue divides Americans by education but not by party.
Trump's Policy Proposals and Public Opinion
Find out which of President-elect Trump's proposals are in sync with American public opinion, which are not and which fall in the middle.
Trump's First 100 Days and Americans' Policy Preferences
Donald Trump's policy proposals and actions over his first 100 days in office have a mixed relationship to American public opinion.
Opinion Briefing: North American Free Trade Agreement
With U.S. President-elect Barack Obama having stated his desire to renegotiate NAFTA, Gallup examines public opinion within the three countries involved. Americans are more negative about the economic benefits of NAFTA for their country, while ...
Americans and the Economic Impact of the Trans-Pacific Partnership
Few Americans believe that dropping out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, as recently proposed by Hillary Clinton, would be very effective in helping improve the U.S. economy.
American Public Opinion on Foreign Trade
Americans see foreign trade positively when given an option between the views that importing is a negative and that exporting is a positive. Questions emphasizing only the effects of imports on jobs can produce more negative reactions.
Majority in U.S. Still See Opportunity in Foreign Trade
A majority of Americans (58%) continue to view foreign trade as an opportunity for the U.S. economy, while 33% see it as a threat.
Trump, Clinton and Americans Agree on Several Economic Issues
Despite rabid disagreements on many issues, the recent economic speeches by Trump and Clinton showed areas of agreement on economic policy, including several areas in which both candidates are in sync with American public opinion.