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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@98WRNTN from Michigan answered…3hrs

@98V25XNDemocrat from Montana answered…3 days

@98TSDDR from Washington answered…3 days

@98TQ7YF from Pennsylvania answered…4 days

No, NAFTA damaged the environment and allowed American workers to be exploited by corporations

@98TGR6L from Iowa answered…4 days

@98S4ZQV from Alabama answered…1wk

Trade should continue but I might be willing to say that it’s as outdated as everything else we’ve hoped would maintain, policy-wise

@98Q4JX7 from California answered…2wks

@98PYSGNfrom Virgin Islands  answered…2wks

Yes, but we should also create more trade agreements with other countries outside of North America.

@8TYH38SLibertarian from Texas answered…2wks

@97VMBFR from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

No, NAFTA damaged the environment, allowed corporations to exploit American workers, and severely damaged the Mexican farming industry

@98MZBVH from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

No, NAFTA damaged the environment, exploited workers, and cost American jobs

@98MPFSCDemocrat from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

@97Z3VYDAmerican Solidarityfrom Maine  answered…3wks

Yes, but only if trade between the member countries is negotiated to become more balanced.

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…3wks

No, the agreement should be renegotiated among the member countries to limit exportation of manufacturing jobs, ensure living wages for workers, and restore a fairer balance of trade

@98JBTLX from North Carolina answered…3wks

@98JBT9V from Ohio answered…3wks

 @98HYLN4 from California answered…4wks

Yes, NAFTA should help the government revive child labor as a means to eliminate even the concepts of inflation and tariffs

@98HQVZB from Minnesota answered…4wks

No, but we should adopt free trade with just, moral, and democratic countries.

@98HKVLPDemocrat from Pennsylvania answered…4wks

No, NAFTA damaged the environment and exploited both US and Mexican workers

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…4wks

No, the agreement should be renegotiated among the member countries to limit exportation of manufacturing jobs, ensure living wages for workers, and help restore a fairer balance of trade

@98H7R5Z from Oregon answered…4wks

Yes, but only with a continental minimum wage to prevent outsourcing

@98GPQZQ from Ohio answered…1mo

Yes, but renegotiate NAFTA to make it less like TPP and reduce outsourcing.

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…1mo

No, the agreement should be renegotiated among the member countries to limit exportation of manufacturing jobs, ensure living wages for workers, and to help restore a fairer balance of trade

@98G5VH2Independent from Missouri answered…1mo

@98G5NZT from Georgia answered…1mo

No. We should, though, continue partaking in free trade, but we need to both make it harder for companies to move abroad and increase tariffs to prevent foreign companies from competing with domestic companies.

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…1mo

No, the agreement has resulted in family supporting manufacturing jobs relocating to Mexico in exchange for low wage labor

@98FQK26Libertarian from Alabama answered…1mo

@98FFG79from Texas  answered…1mo

Yes, but reform it to protect the environment and workers' rights in the three member countries

@98DXQXZ from Texas answered…1mo

Yes, but it needs to be reformed so less jobs are shipped across the border.

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…1mo

No, the agreement has resulted in higher-wage manufacturing jobs relocating to Mexico in exchange for low wage labor, and trade between the member countries has become too imbalanced

@98DSCR7 from Kansas answered…1mo

@98DQXQQDemocrat from Pennsylvania answered…1mo

No, NAFTA damaged the environment and allowed corporations to exploit American workers

@98DNYXJ from Pennsylvania answered…1mo

@98DN68M from Pennsylvania answered…1mo

No, it caused too much environmental damage and corporations exploited it to their worker’s detriment

@98CYT6R from Michigan answered…1mo

@98CFQ6G from Michigan answered…2mos

@98BX3T8 from Louisiana answered…2mos

Yes, but with modifications to ensure fair and balanced trade between the member countries.

@98BTLMM from Oklahoma answered…2mos

Yes, and use it as the basis for a common market with Mexico and Canada similar to the EU

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