Poll find changing attitudes on Cuba in Miami

A conga player performs outside a Cuban restaurant on May 27, 2014 in the Little Havana locality of Miami, FloridaA poll published Tuesday has found Cuban-Americans in Miami, a bastion of exile opposition to the communist regime in Havana, are undergoing a sea change in attitudes toward US ties with the island. The poll of 1,000 Cuban Americans who live in Miami-Dade county found that a large majority, 68 percent, support restoring US-Cuban relations, severed since 1961. Among young Cuban-Americans, support for restoring ties was as high as 90 percent, the poll by the Cuban Research Institute at Florida International University found.

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