Free Trade Agreements Seen as Good for U.S., But Concerns Persist. Pew Research Center. May 27, 2015.
As Congress considers a major new trade pact with Asia, there is broad public agreement that international free trade agreements are good for the United States. But fewer Americans express positive views of the impact of trade deals on their personal finances. And, as in the past, far more say free trade agreements lead to lower wages and job losses in the United States than say they result in higher wages and job gains. [Note: contains copyrighted material].
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