Spotlight: Public Opinion

US-Mexico Attitudes toward Cross-Border Ties


Coinciding with NAFTA’s 20th anniversary year, a Chicago Council Survey finds Americans and Mexicans both want their governments to place a greater emphasis on security over economic issues.  See the full report.

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PUBLIC OPINION FELLOW

Dina SmeltzDina Smeltz
Senior Fellow on Public Opinion and Foreign Policy

 

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