(WASHINGTON) – Americans have mixed emotions when it comes to international trade, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press.
Results show that Americans are skeptical over World Trade Organization policies and trade agreements such as NAFTA. Thirty-five percent believe such agreements are good for the U.S., while 44 percent disagree.
It may boil down to what countries the U.S. does business with. While most Americans agreed that trade with Canada, Japan and European Union countries would benefit the U.S., the poll showed public support over trade with South Korea and China is mixed.
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