- Asked after the agreement was signed in November 2018, majorities of both Mexicans (80%) and Americans (70%) think that the new US-Mexico-Canada Agreement on trade will be good for their country’s economy.
- This level of support is even higher than the already-strong support for NAFTA. Surveyed before the new trade agreement was reached, majorities of Mexicans (78%) and Americans (63%) both say NAFTA is good for their country’s economy, marking all-time highs in both countries.
- Majorities of Mexicans and Americans say international trade is good for their nation’s economy, for creating jobs, and for consumers like them.
- Both publics are concerned that a trade war between the two countries would hurt their local economy, with more Mexicans (86%) concerned about a trade war than Americans (52%).
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