This project explores how people form preferences about international trade policies. While trade is a vital component of modern economics, researchers often disagree about what factors truly drive individual attitudes towards trade. A better understanding of these forces can potentially help policy makers more effectively design policies to benefit society. In this study you will be asked whether you support or oppose certain trade-related foreign policies, and will be invited to elaborate on how you formed your opinions. The survey should take about 10 minutes or so.

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