Most Cubans Settled in USA Ask for Lifting Blockade vs. Cuba

Most Cubans Settled in USA Ask for Lifting Blockade vs. Cuba
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23 June 2016
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The 52 percent of Cubans settled in the United States are in favor of lifting the economic, financial and commercial blockade set by the United States against Cuba, said a survey carried out by the Florida International University (FIU).

Amid Cubans settled in the United States, 62 percent of those surveyed aged from 18 to 29 years old asked for the end of the blockade, as well as 58 percent of those that arrived in that country after 1995.

According to the survey, the majority of Cuban-Americans (68 percent) are in favor of the reestablishment of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States, while the percent rose up to 90 amid the youngest surveyed.

The 69 percent of those surveyed were in favor of eliminating restrictions on US citizens to visit Cuba, while amid youngest people that amount rose to 89 percent.

71 percent of the surveyed are in favor of supporting the continuance of people-to-people travels, a policy implemented by the White House, while 65 percent of the young people between 18 and 29 years old supported that Cuba was taken out from the list of countries supporting terrorism, drafted by the US Department of State every year.

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