The Pass USMCA Coalition released a poll Tuesday showing that a majority of Americans want Congress to pass the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.

Fifty-one percent of the poll’s respondents want Congress to approve the agreement, while only 14 percent oppose approval of the deal, the coalition said Tuesday in a press release. Ten percent of respondents “somewhat oppose” the deal while just four percent “strongly oppose” it.

“Americans rely on strong North American trade relations for a stable workforce and economy,” said former Congressman Joe Crowley, honorary co-chairman of the Pass USMCA Coalition. “USMCA will promote job growth across industries and expand opportunities for American workers.”

The poll was conducted by Morning Consult from January 29 to February 1, 2019.

The coalition has also developed an infographic explaining the benefits of USMCA and are operating the Twitter handle and Facebook group @PassUSMCA.

The Pass USMCA Coalition is a group of trade associations, businesses and advocacy groups organized to support the passage of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement through Congress.

Rick Dearborn, who has served six U.S. Senators and as Deputy Chief of Staff for two U.S. Presidents including President Donald Trump, is leading the coalition.

NCC joined the coalition earlier this year.