Why Have Americans Become More Positive About Trade?
A recent Gallup Poll has found that Americans have become remarkably more positive about foreign trade. Below is the key graph: This is a pretty major shift that could bode well for President Obama’s announced plans for a new transatlantic trade deal and the Trans-Pacific Partnership. So why such a big shift? Dan Drezner suggests that [...] View the full post at: Why Have Americans Become More Positive About Trade? Related posts: US April Trade Deficit Up Almost 8% The Synchronized Drop in Trade Flows Continued in Q1’09, OECD U.S. Trade Deficit Widens in April