Monday, April 19, 2010

Poll: Americans want new era in U.S. relations with Cuba


Release date: April 19, 2010
Poll: Americans want new era in U.S. relations with Cuba
Most Americans believe the U.S. should improve its long-strained relationship with Cuba, re-establish full diplomatic relations with the island nation, allow U.S. companies to do business there, and end the U.S. ban prohibiting most Americans from visiting Cuba, according to a CBB-Insider Advantage poll.
Key survey findings:
Should the U.S. re-establish full diplomatic relations with Cuba?
Support full relations 58%
Oppose full relations 33%
No opinion 9%
Should the U.S. allow all U.S. citizens to travel to Cuba?
Allow travel to Cuba 61%
Prohibit travel to Cuba 25%
No opinion 14%
Should the U.S. allow American companies to do business in Cuba?
Allow business 57%
Prohibit business 30%
No opinion 13%

The telephone IVR poll, conducted April 15, has a margin of error of ± 5% (N=401 adults nationwide). The survey is weighted for age, race, gender, and political affiliation. Detailed poll results with crosstabs are available upon request.
Cuba Business Bureau provides U.S.-based companies with unrivaled insight into Cuba's marketplace and business opportunities. CBB's subscription information service provides exclusive reports on and from Cuba. The service also reports on Cuba-related U.S. developments. CBB's separate consulting service provides companies with customized analysis and advice.
Insider Advantage is a renowned national opinion research company whose poll results have been cited by all major American media outlets in recent years.


Anonymous said...

Washington should allow U.S. companies doing business in Cuba.
The United States has removed some restrictions for Cuban Americans to travel and send remittances to Cuba.