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@95V5BRT from Missouri answered…13hrs

Yes, as long as manufacturing companies are penalized for moving operations overseas

@95SHQ69 from Missouri answered…2 days

@95RFF49 from Minnesota answered…2 days

We want to maintain positive partnership, so long as we don't outsource jobs.

@95MJ7MN from Pennsylvania answered…5 days

Yes, so long as the movement of workers is safe, regulated, and yeailds a legitimate rise in wages for all involved.

@95L7W7T from Ohio answered…6 days

No. I feel like this is a way to bypass labor laws. Working conditions in the pacific are cheap, but they barely pay the workers anything, not to mention the awful working conditions and environmental damage.

@95HKBN5 from Mississippi answered…1wk

@958VDG4 from Georgia answered…2wks

If it pushes more jobs out of the country then no I would not support it.

@955JRK4 from Texas answered…3wks

There are obvious pros, but I feel it would also hinder the development of domestic manufacturing.

@94RV5RR from Virginia answered…4wks

There are good and bad things about this, no one will get hurt but it will impact certain things

@94JMXWS from Illinois answered…4wks

No, this might lead to american companies using the country’s environment to their advantage and less income for foreign workers.

@94BQ86T from Nebraska answered…1mo

yes, but also no, mainly because of how these protests and arguments are affecting the balance.

@949KCY3 from Georgia answered…1mo

Yes, it's helpful for economic growth, but don't let it encourage job outsourcing.

@947LN98 from California answered…1mo

@DeanDittmer98 from Colorado answered…2mos

@944SBT4 from Georgia answered…2mos

I do support it but at the same time I think we need to prevent companies from outsourcing American jobs

@9432S4FSocialist from Virginia answered…2mos

@93XVJ36Democrat from Oklahoma answered…2mos

Yes, another program the US should not have withdrawn from in 2017.

@93RLY95 from New York answered…3mos

Only if restrictions were put into place to prevent any goods manufactured by that company from being sold back in the US, simply because it's cheaper to make in other countries.

@93QFT9P from New York answered…3mos

Yes, but the current amount each country gave each other should be public knowledge

@93NV2G9 from Indiana answered…3mos

@93MNB6C from Oklahoma answered…3mos

@93M9BZGIndependent from Massachusetts answered…3mos

@93H8874 from Texas answered…3mos

I think private companies should not be held back by government policy

@93GX8PZDemocrat from Maryland answered…3mos

@93GMY7P from Washington answered…3mos

Yes, but replace it with the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF)

@93GKPCGSocialist from Michigan answered…3mos

No, end capitalism and work together with countries to achieve a dignified life for all.

@93FBS92 from Maryland answered…3mos

@93DGMFB from Washington answered…4mos

@93CPX2S from Illinois answered…4mos

@939Y4DFLibertarianfrom Virgin Islands  answered…4mos

@92YHQCV from California answered…4mos

No, this will incentivize companies to move jobs out of the country, plus there are too many hidden provisions in this specific agreement

@937QWC8Independent from California answered…4mos

No, it brings economic growth to all countries and even exports a large amount of made in America products, however it will make companies move jobs out of the country and makes less economic growth for America. Reform it instead so that America gets more jobs and has a higher economic growth. Don't abolish it entirely because of the exports, but even though I support the idea, I don't support the current implementation.

@92YVGP3Independent from Georgia answered…4mos


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