Swing states back Trump on trade

A Trump rally in Florida, on the campaign trail in 2016. Photo: Rhona Wise / AFP via Getty Images

Likely midterm voters in swing states don’t perceive a direct employment benefit from international trade, according to polling by Firehouse Strategies, a Republican firm, and Optimus, a data consultancy:

Key stat: About half of those surveyed said they were willing to pay more for cars if that helped the U.S. steel and automotive industries.