Washington, DC – IRI today released its survey (Spanish version) and analysis (Spanish version) of Cuban public opinion. The survey was fielded on the island January 28-February 10, 2011.

A total of 463 Cuban adults were asked questions ranging from perspectives on the economy, to the performance of the current Castro government.  The survey was conducted in 12 Cuban provinces and has a margin of error of +/- five percent, and a 95 percent level of confidence. 

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