Opinion poll on increasing trade between the U.S. and world, by age as of 2016

View of U.S. residents on increasing trade between the United States and other countries, by age as of 2016

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 21, 2016
Opinion poll on increasing trade between the U.S. and world, by age as of 2016 This statistic shows the opinion of United States citizens in 2016 on whether increased trade between the U.S. and other countries would benefit their country, by age of the respondent. In 2016, 56 percent of U.S. citizens aged 18 to 24 years old thought increased trade would be a positive thing for their country.
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View of U.S. residents on increasing trade between the United States and other countries, by age as of 2016

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