In a 2018 study on general foreign trade, researchers found that a large majority of adults in the U.S. viewed foreign trade as favorable to U.S. growth and not as a foreign threat.  In the international context, Americans are generally among the least likely to support the Trans-Pacific Partnership and there is a clear partisan divide among the American public regarding support for the trade agreement.  A version of the treaty text « subject to legal review » was published by potential parties on November 5, 2015.  Parts of the draft full agreement were disclosed to the public.  Many of the provisions contained in the disclosed documents are based on previous trade agreements. [Citation required] The U.S. The International Trade Commission estimates that « the TPP would have a positive impact, if only as a percentage of the overall size of the U.S. economy. »  There will be an additional 128,000 full-time jobs.  By 2032, U.S.
Real annual income would increase by 0.23%, real GDP would be $42.7 billion, or 0.15%, employment would be 0.07% higher, U.S. exports would increase by 1%, and imports would increase by 1.1%.  The report adds: « In general, the TPP would establish trade-related disciplines, strengthen and harmonize rules, enhance security, and reduce trade costs for companies operating and investing in the TPP region. »  Vietnam is often considered the largest beneficiary of TPP.    The United States The International Trade Commission identifies the following U.S. industries as net beneficiaries of TPP: passenger cars; clothing, milk production; retailers and wholesalers; and business services; and as net losers: auto parts; textiles; soybean production; transport and tourism; and chemicals and drugs.   According to reports, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev criticized the TPP, saying that « the WTO is intervening, » which could lead to the « destruction of world trade. » [Citation required] The text of the TPP consisted of thirty chapters covering tariffs on goods and services, intellectual property rights (IP), e-commerce rules, labour and environmental standards, dispute settlement mechanisms and many other aspects of global trade.