Latin Post -- Rodrigo Ugarte
As relations between the U.S. and Cuba begin normalizing some have begun questioning the special immigration policies that favor Cuban migrants. Though the Obama administration has said the laws will remain in place, public opinion on the laws is shifting.
Earlier this month the Sun-Sentinel conducted various polls asking Floridians their opinion on various immigration policies. The data collected in the Sun-Sentinel poll showed more support ending the special immigration benefits for Cubans than continuing. The numbers, at the very least, show an increasing shift in preference.
Of those who responded to the poll, 37 percent favored ending the Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966; 27 percent wanted to keep it and another third were unsure.
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Updated: Tue, May 12th 2015 @ 1:25pm EDT