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Thursday, March 27, 2008

Canadians Feel U.S. Has Benefited the Most from the NAFTA; Two-in-five Would Renegotiate, Angus Reid Forum, March 27, 2008.

The majority of respondents want to stay in the trade agreement, whether under current terms or after a renegotiation

Fourteen years after Canada, the United States and Mexico formed the world's largest free trade area, the majority of Canadians think their country has not greatly benefited from the pact. In an Angus Reid Strategies online survey of a national representative sample, 51 per cent of respondents think the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has mostly benefited the United States, while 22 per cent think the accord has been better for Mexico. Only eight per cent of respondents think Canada has secured the most positive results out of the three countries from being a NAFTA partner.

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