There is more support for the US embargo against Cuba among Cubans in exile than ever before.
The vast majority of Cubans, more than 80 percent, in 2022 believe that the embargo has partially worked to control those who usurped democracy in Cuba.
However, Cubans who do not support the embargo now acknowledge that Obama’s overtures did not work. They simply served so that the communist leadership obtained more resources to repress the people, as was seen in the peaceful protests on July 11.
Our poll found that 20 percent of people support the establishment of diplomatic relations. Additionally, 18 percent support continuing people-to-people programs and 12 percent favor unrestricted travel for all Americans.
The Cubans who arrived in the United States before 1980 and the new exile led by Alexander Otaola, today more than ever have a frontal attitude against the Havana regime. They think that zero conceptions is the best strategy to follow. On the other hand, they work hard to unmask figureheads and spies in Miami who are trying to change the true opinion of exiles regarding the embargo.
In the rest of the world the majority of exiles think the same way, with dictatorships and terrorists there is no negotiation, nor are conceptions made.
Those who came to the United States before 2000 are more interested in the embargo, while those who came after 2012 are still trying to whitewash the Havana regime guided by the dictatorship’s acolyte Carlos Laso.
Obama promised that many things would change and, ultimately, nothing has changed. They only enriched the communist regime. Cubans in exile want to see Cuba free and the only peaceful way to do so is to isolate the communist regime from the dollars.