Report by the International Republican Institute, May 6, 2012

The International Republican Institute, IRI, today released its survey of Cuban public opinion.  The survey was fielded on the island February 29-March 14, 2012.  A total of 787 Cuban adults were asked questions ranging from access to internet and cell phone usage, to the performance of the current Castro government and expectations for change.  The IRI survey also asked Cubans their opinions about economic reforms which have been highly publicized in the international media. (more…)