Bush's new ruling restricting Cuban-Americans is not sitting all that well with the Cuban-American community in Florida. A report from Reuters states, "Sixty-six percent of respondents said they would support Bush if the election was held today, down from 82 percent who voted for him in 2000, according to the poll of 800 Cuban-Americans, commissioned by the William C. Velasquez Institute." This does not mean good news for Kerry, either. According to this report, only sixteen percent would vote for Kerry.
I am now intrigued to find out how the Cuban-American community in Florida is going to affect the election this year. I would like to hear from my fellow Cuban-American friends to find out what you're take on these restrictions will affect how you vote in November. Feel free to leave a comment or email me.