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Tulsi Gabbard’s policy on nafta

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Should the U.S. continue to participate in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)?

  Public statementsNo, trade between the member countries has become too imbalanced

Tulsi Gabbard’s answer is based on the following data:

Public statements

Answer: No, trade between the member countries has become too imbalanced

Reference: “For too long, hardworking Americans have suffered, lost their jobs and livelihoods as a consequence of large trade agreements l...” ‐house.gov

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Tulsi Gabbard voters

Answer: Yes, NAFTA helps lower the prices of consumer products

Importance: Less Important

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Party influence

Democratic Party Answer: No

Importance: Less Important

Reference: “In the House, NAFTA passed 234-200; 132 Republicans and 102 Democrats voted in favor of it. The Senate approved NAFTA 61-38, wit...” ‐washingtonpost.com

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Party’s support base

Democratic Party Voters’ Answer: Yes

Importance: Less Important

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