Cuban American support for Trump's Cuba Policy rose after attacks on US Diplomats
Miami, Florida (PRWEB) November 16, 2017
Cubans in Miami-Dade County Support Trump Administration Sanctions Against Havana, Back Expulsion of Cuban Diplomats from USA, Want to SeeCuban Gov't Returned to List of State-Sponsored Terrorists:
SurveyUSA interviewed 405 Cubans from Miami-Dade County FL 10/18/17 through 10/25/17 on behalf of theInspire America Foundation ( inspireamerica.org ). 59% of the interviews were conducted in English, 41% were conducted in Spanish. Allof those interviewed were registered to vote. Among the survey's key findings:
By more than 2:1, Cubans support new sanctions against the Cuban government announced by the Trumpadministration in June 2017.
70% say the response to the attacks on American diplomats in Havana was the right response or not forceful enough. A plurality, 44%, say that the Trump administration's decision in August 2017 to reduce the number of Americandiplomats in Havana and to expel Cuban diplomats from the United States was the right response to incidents ofhearing loss and possible brain damage. An additional 26% say the decision was not forceful enough.
By 5:3, Cubans say that the Cuban government should be returned to the list of state-sponsored terrorists.
Overwhelming numbers say that Cubans who have worked for the Cuban police, military or intelligence agenciesshould not be eligible for visa and immigration benefits.
By 2:1 Cubans say that they oppose the Cultural Exchange Program in its current form
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