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February 12, 2014


Majority Want Normal Relations with Cuba

A new Atlantic Council poll finds that 56% of Americans favor a more direct U.S. engagement with Cuba or even a normalization of relations with a nation that U.S. policy has treated as a pariah since the 1960s.

"The poll offered even greater evidence that a political tide has turned with its finding that two critical domestic political constituencies favor renewed ties to Cuba by even larger majorities than the nation at large. Survey respondents from the US Hispanic community supported broader Cuban relations by 62% to 30%. And voting-age residents of Florida, a decisive swing state in recent presidential elections, back a policy change by 63% to 30%."












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