New Report Explores Nebraskans’ Views on Foreign Policy
Nebraskans in rural and urban areas alike view international trade as the aspect of U.S. foreign policy that most affects their own lives and ability to earn a living. Even those who are not directly engaged in agriculture believe international commodity markets are important to the state’s economy. Nebraskans also largely believe that immigration is critical to addressing the state’s workforce needs. Read the full report or read highlights about the report’s findings in The Journal Star or Nebraska Today.
These are among the findings of a report released today by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, developed in partnership with the UNL Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources Clayton Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance, the Nebraska Bureau of Business Research, and the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center.