The North American Free Trade Agreement is an agreement that was created to lower trade restrictions between Canada, Mexico, and the United States.
@9RJ7K49Republican from Illinois answered…5 days
Yes, but it should be renegotiated to be more fair.
@9R2NKKDVeteran from New Jersey answered…3wks
Presidents Trumps USMCA deal is way better then NAFTA
@9QY9S57Peace and Freedom from Virginia answered…1mo
We should only deal with countries with fair labor treatment.
@9QV6SK5Constitution from Connecticut answered…1mo
NAFTA no longer exists, but we should continue to participate in its replacement the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement.
@9QSWWWCPeace and Freedom from Florida answered…2mos
there should be no monetary currency system, and trade is necessary so yes in some aspects.
@9GM9Z69Peace and Freedom from Illinois answered…3mos
yes, until we can come up with a better policy
@9GD64D2Independent from Minnesota answered…3mos
I’m not educated on this subject
@9G4W5Q4Peace and Freedom from Tennessee answered…3mos
Yes, and we should expand it to include other impoverished nations in our continent to benefit from the labor, and increase their standard of living.
@9G4RLNHWomen’s Equality from Michigan answered…3mos
Yes but it can use some updating.
@9G3RK2DWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…3mos
Sure as long as it’s not harming anything.
@9FRTWYDVeteran from Pennsylvania answered…3mos
No, replace it with USMCA
@9FHHQ97Democrat from California answered…3mos
Hasn't NAFTA already been replaced by the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)?
@9F9LJ4JDemocrat from Wisconsin answered…3mos
Yes, but the agreement needs to be renegotiated to address the issues of imbalance of trade, outsourcing of jobs, and the guarantee of a livable wage as part of worker rights in each member country.
@9F8FXSCVeteran from Minnesota answered…3mos
Adopt a free trade policy with NA, LATAM, and EU countries
@9Q9ZXGXLibertarian from Wisconsin answered…2mos
Government has no authority regulating trade
@9Q7XBPKSocialist from Texas answered…2mos
No, we should focus more on Bilateral fair trade agreements
@9Q76V4VRepublican from Illinois answered…2mos
Negotiate a new deal that is fair to all parties
@9Q4TPQMConstitution from New Jersey answered…3mos
Only if it benefits America.
@9Q37Y8DRepublican from Connecticut answered…3mos
Aside from this being a moot point as of 2020, I do not believe that there should be any trade treaties. Every nation should be entitled to protect their workers and industry as they see fit.
@Wolf_KelliGreen from Ohio answered…3mos
Yes, but there should be reform regarding domestic protections.
@9PTVZ5RWomen’s Equalityfrom Maine answered…3mos
Not informed enough on this topic to make a decision.
@9PGTR59Transhumanist from Oklahoma answered…3mos
Yes, but renegotiation is necessary to restore some balance.
@9P2LP7KIndependent from Ohio answered…3mos
Replaced. Certain parts of it should be reconsidered. Markets have changed since the 90’s
@9NSM5XXRepublican from Arizona answered…3mos
I don’t understand this question.
@9NDFQZVWorking Family from Indiana answered…3mos
Only if it is completely necessary and ethical to do so.
@9MLCKL3Independent from Texas answered…3mos
Yes and renegotiate
@9LWRPJZGreenfrom Pennsylvania answered…3mos
Yes, but increase trade restrictions
@9LRSSPNSocialistfrom Guam answered…3mos
Make trade, fair to all and transparent.
@9LCMY7PGreen from Minnesota answered…3mos
No, but future trade pacts should be negotiated to improve working conditions and wages on all sides
@9KY34ZXVeteran from Texas answered…3mos
No, unless the member countries can establish an economy that mirrors American's wages
@nicolevortizPeace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…3mos
Still have much to learn regarding this subject matter
@9KTGJXRGreen from Pennsylvania answered…3mos
Yes, and the U.S. should only be involved in free trade
@9KGFYJ4Veteranfrom Maine answered…3mos
Regardless, renegotiate it
@9JVRM7JTranshumanist from Tennessee answered…3mos
Yes, but have built in time frames for review to protect industry
@9JJDCQJDemocrat from Wisconsin answered…3mos
I am not educated on the topic enough to provide a thorough answer.
@9JC8CZZSocialist from Florida answered…3mos
The only trade agreement we should be involved in at all is NAFTA
@9J7VNDJWorking Family from Ohio answered…3mos
We need to encourage manufacturing and production in America.
@Kesha-ArtisPeace and Freedom from Illinois answered…3mos
No, the majority of our products don’t even come from Canada or Mexico. China, Indonesia and Taiwan we should have an agreement with.
@9HYLPL5Veteran from Idaho answered…3mos
Yes but renegotiate the terms
@9HYC9ZWTranshumanist from New York answered…3mos
Yes, but with re-negotiation
@9HJ434KIndependent from Oklahoma answered…3mos
I am uneducated on this issue.
@9HG7Q33Libertarian from Colorado answered…3mos
My father doesn't tell me where to buy my bread, yet I freely buy bread.
@9HCRM5VWomen’s Equality from Utah answered…3mos
not educated enough to give an opinion
@9H9HTS7Green from Texas answered…3mos
I am not informed enough to make a decision.
@9H7NQWDVeteranfrom Virgin Islands answered…3mos
Yes but it should be renegotiated to bring jobs bag to America. That would increase our exports to these countries
@9H6LRH3Independent from California answered…3mos
It isn't perfect so focus on what needs to be fixed. Structure is already there
@9H63NB5Veteran from Florida answered…3mos
Yes, the U.S. should continue to participate in the USMCA
@9H4VHKFProgressive from Kentucky answered…3mos
I don’t know enough to comment
@9H45G4FVeteran from Arkansas answered…3mos
More info is needed.
@9H38MDVTranshumanist from Washington D.C. answered…3mos
I do not know enough about the specifics to comment
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