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many voters are convinced that trade deals like nafta have hollowed out the middle class and rival Bernie Sanders hitting her hard on the , %HESITATION nndb applauded almost Unni on track to win the democratic nomination but after Michigan this week going head to head in Illinois Ohio in Clinton can ill afford to lose again in those big states which like Michigan have been hard hit by factory closures and overseas competition with her husband Bill Clinton who passed snapped in the nineteen nineties , at the New York senator Clinton voted against a similar deal with Central America she helped negotiate the twelve nation trans Pacific partnership as president Barack Obama secretariat state but now that she's in the fine print she's against the standard middle position clear from the start you can trade deals during middle class factory jobs will make your life easier for the one percent Edna pulled from Michigan show that most voters they're not that trade with , those who voted for Clinton were split on the issue slightly more than happy about that trade was good for creating U. S. job but it wasn't a big margin , democratic strategists are now telling us that Clinton used to make her opposition to the unfettered trade deal clear if you want to hold on to blue collar voters