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@B4N64VTSocialist from Kansas answered…1 day

Yes, but amend NAFTA to provide more protections for labor and the environment

@B4MJ7R3Constitution from Delaware answered…2 days

Yes, but NAFTA should be renegotiated with citizens and consumers in mind first.

@B2PSN4ZWomen’s Equalityfrom Guam  answered…4mos

Yes, but we should not sacrifice our labor’s rights and interests in free trade.

@B2YFDF5Republican from Kentucky answered…3mos

Yes, but only for products produced in decent working conditions and a wage similar to the current minimum wage in America.

 @FatSocialistSocialist from North Carolina answered…3mos

@B3T2LMNRepublican from Ohio answered…2mos

I think NAFTA should be reformed, but the U.S. shouldn't withdraw

@B3P94H3Democrat from Florida answered…2mos

@B3KZ5X3Constitution from Illinois answered…2mos

NO, we need to go back to USMCA and build more trade agreements like this. This protects the US citizens and provides much more fair international trade.

@enara27Veteran from California answered…2mos

@B3B4CBCConstitution from Wisconsin answered…3mos

Yes, but scale back and renegotiate as trade between the members is imbalanced

@B28YP9KTranshumanist from California answered…4mos

Yes, but we should add provisions that protect American workers and American jobs.

@9XVTQWSLibertarianfrom Virgin Islands  answered…8mos

depends..... the us should freely trade with humane ethical democratic nations not nations such as for exammple china that try to subvert the us conomy on very chance manipulate their currancy and steal technologiees

@9SFQZZHTranshumanist from Illinois answered…1yr

I think we need to renegotiate in that workers get more say as well as better environmental stands.

@9RW9VJ3Women’s Equality from Texas answered…1yr

No, create a new system that protects domestic workers whilst lowering consumer prices.

@B2W6S9GRepublican from Illinois answered…3mos

No. But I'm glad it was changed to the USMCA that fixed the problems that NAFTA caused.

@B2HZ9KVDemocrat from Florida answered…4mos

Yes, but when something extremely bad happens between all of them then no

@B28MMF3Peace and Freedom from Georgia answered…4mos

Yes, but it should be amended to better protect worker/consumer/animal rights and the climate

@B278Y4RLibertarian from Kansas answered…4mos

All trade barriers between the US and all countries should be abolished

@B2536Z2Republican from Pennsylvania answered…5mos

@B23XMK5Republican from Illinois answered…5mos

@9ZTNYD5Libertarian from Pennsylvania answered…5mos

No, but we should adopt a unilateral free trade policy unless those tariffs are being used as punishment

@dscilliaPeace and Freedom from Alabama answered…7mos

This is moot as NAFTA was essentially replaced with the USMCA.

@9YC3XS3Green from Massachusetts answered…8mos

Yes, but alter NAFTA to benefit the population instead of multinational corporations

@9Z8N2RTIndependent from Virginia answered…6mos

No, a new trade agreement with member states should be created.

@9Z4WJ8TDemocrat from California answered…6mos

Yes, but we should move to integrate our economies even further

@9Z4QXMPDemocrat from Washington answered…6mos

YEs, but NAFTA cooperation would only continue between the U.S and Canada

@9Z2NSRZVeteran from Pennsylvania answered…7mos

NAFTA is no longer it is USMCA. Yes, we should stay in USMCA.

@ZyxorivProgressivefrom Maine  answered…7mos

No, NAFTA should be renegotiated in order to protect workers' rights, human rights, the environment, democracy, consumer rights, women's rights and ensure a competitive, diverse market.

@9YV5J3HIndependent from Texas answered…7mos

@9Y7DR2XGreen from Wisconsin answered…8mos

Yes, as long as things such as wages are standardized so we're not outsourcing exploitation.

@9XY3C56Libertarian from Virginia answered…8mos

The government should part no role in regulating commerce - other than preventing fraud.

@9H2D6LVWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…2yrs

I feel that I do not know enough about this topic to contribute an answer.

@9GSL63LVeteran from Tennessee answered…2yrs

@9GRH742Veteran from Michigan answered…2yrs

No, but we should continue to participate in the USMCA, which replaced NAFTA.

@9G4W5Q4Peace and Freedom from Tennessee answered…2yrs

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.

@9FHHQ97Democrat from California answered…2yrs

Hasn't NAFTA already been replaced by the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)?

@9F8FXSCVeteran from Minnesota answered…2yrs

@9X8CXPBSocialist from Minnesota answered…9mos

No, it is primarily responsible for massive increases in poverty for all member nations and created the modern Mexican narco state.


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