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.
Contacts: Larry Register, President Cuba Business Bureau Tel: 1-404-530-9601 E-mail: LR@CubaBB.com
Matt Towery, CEO Insider Advantage Tel: 1-404-233-3710 E-mail:Info@InsiderAdvantage.com
Published on Apr 19, 2010