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Public Opinion toward NAFTA in the United States, Canada and Mexico: Insights from the Gallup World Poll


A commitment to continental free trade has been a major part of the trade policies of the United States, Canada and Mexico for the last 15 years – one embodied in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Public support for NAFTA and impressions of its effects have, however, remained mixed, and have varied over time. Still, attempts to examine public opinion across all three countries in the trade bloc remain few, with most studies limited to a single country. Drawing on data from the Gallup World Poll, we endeavor to remedy this situation by examining public impressions of NAFTA across all three member countries. Read more