Support in Principle for U.S.-EU Trade Pact: But Some Americans and Germans Wary of TTIP Details

Support in Principle for U.S.-EU Trade Pact: But Some Americans and Germans Wary of TTIP Details. Pew research Global Attitudes Project. April 9, 2014.

The European Union and the United States are negotiating the most economically significant regional free trade agreement in history: the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Publics in Germany and the United States support TTIP and trade expansion in general, especially with each other. But when it comes to specifics, both Americans and Germans oppose many details of this far-reaching initiative. Moreover, they disagree with one another on making transatlantic regulatory standards similar. And, in the United States, there is a striking generation gap in attitudes relating to TTIP. [Note: contains copyrighted material].

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