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Over the past few years, people have been talking about the possibility of political changes in Cuba. When do you think that major political changes are likely to occur in Cuba? Would you say within one year, in two to five years, in six to ten years, over ten years, that change is already occurring, or never?
First, allow companies to sell medicine to Cuba, do you strongly favor, mostly favor, mostly oppose, or strongly oppose this?
Allowing U.S. companies to sell food to Cuba. Do you strongly favor, mostly favor, mostly oppose, or strongly oppose this?
Some U.S. companies have managed to establish limited business relations with Cuba to sell grain, other agricultural products, and medicine. Should this kind of trade be expanded, kept the same or stopped?
Should unrestricted travel by all Americans to Cuba be allowed or not?
Overall, do you think the U.S. embargo of Cuba has worked very well, well, not very well, or not at all?
Do you favor or oppose continuing the U.S. embargo of Cuba?
Did you favor or oppose the U.S. re-establishing diplomatic relations with Cuba?
Currently, all Americans can travel to Cuba in People-To-People trips organized by special travel agencies and designed to encourage communications among citizens of the US and citizens of Cuba. These trips are usually organized for educational, religious or research purposes. Do you strongly favor, mostly favor, mostly oppose or strongly oppose this type of People to People travel?
During the last few years the Cuban government has allowed more of its citizens to start their own small private businesses. Do you think people living in the US should be allowed to invest in these new independent small businesses in Cuba?
Would you invest in a private business in Cuba if given the opportunity?
As it stands, Cubans who leave by raft or boat are sent back to Cuba if they are intercepted before they reach U.S. soil. If they do reach U.S. soil they are allowed to stay in the U.S. Do you agree or disagree with this policy?
Since 1966, the entrance of Cubans into the United States has been regulated by the Cuban Adjustment Act. This law stipulates that Cuban citizens and their accompanying spouses and children are immediately eligible to receive federal public assistance in form of welfare, food stamps and Medicaid, and can get a green card and become residents of the US one year after arriving in the country. These benefits are not automatic for other immigrant groups. Do you strongly favor, mostly favor, mostly oppose or strongly oppose the current policy of accepting Cubans into the US?
Some members of Congress are promoting a law that changes the current policy towards the entrance of Cubans into the United States. The proposed law would require residents of Cuba entering the United States to prove political persecution before they can receive federal public assistance in form of welfare, food stamps and Medicaid. Would you strongly favor, mostly favor, mostly oppose or strongly oppose such a change in the current law?
Did friends or relatives living in Cuba visit you during this past year?
Do you or your relatives in Miami send money to relatives in Cuba?
Have you ever traveled to Cuba [add if born in Cuba:] since you left?
Are you registered as a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent, or with some other party?
In political elections, how important is a candidate's position on Cuba in determining your vote - would you say it is very important, moderately important, not very important, or not at all important?
In general do you support or oppose the new policies taken by the U.S. Government towards Cuba? Do you strongly favor, mostly favor, mostly oppose, or strongly oppose?
If the election for President were held today with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as candidates, who would you vote for?
Are you registered to vote?
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