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Trends in the Political Ideology of the Cuban-American Voter. Evidence from the Cuba Poll 1991-2011. Social Dimensions of Change in Cuban Miami. Institutions. population. culture. Social organization. Demographic Changes. Ideologies Norms Values Beliefs. Groups Classes

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Social Dimensions of Change in Cuban Miami

Institutions

population

culture

Social organization

Demographic

Changes

  • Ideologies

  • Norms

  • Values

  • Beliefs

  • Groups

  • Classes

  • Stratification

  • Politics

  • Religious

  • Kinship

  • Education

  • Economy


Next few minutes
Next Few Minutes…

  • Trends in Cuban Migration, Residency and Naturalization.

  • How these trends have shaped Miami’s Latino demographics.

  • How these trends have shaped Cuban political ideology on US/Cuba relations.

  • Final note on Cuban-American political exceptionalism.

  • You should walk away with a sense of the changing nature of Cuban voter opinion towards US/Cuba Relations and the forces that are ineluctably creating the changes.



Cubans naturalized 2003 2012
Cubans Naturalized2003-2012

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012


Comparative rates of naturalization of selected latino groups 2003 2012
Comparative Rates of Naturalization of Selected Latino Groups2003-2012

2003

2004 2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012


Latino origin population percent of total population 2 or more 2010
Latino Origin Population GroupsPercent of Total Population (2% or more) 2010


Non-Hispanic African descent Groups

425,650

17%

Haitian 120,000

AA

Cuban

860,000

35%

Miami

2,496,435

Other Hispanic

31%

Car

150,000

CA

212,542

<1994

559,00

65%

>1994

301,00035%

1994>

Other

142,000

SA

273,542

“Anglo”

383,551

15%


1990 polls vs 2000 polls average of responses support for embargo and support for dialogue
1990 Polls Groupsvs 2000 PollsAverage of ResponsesSupport for Embargo and Support for Dialogue




Do you think that the United States should continue the trade embargo with Cuba or should the United States end the trade embargo and permit normal trade with Cuba?

Source: WPO 2009


1990 polls vs 2000 polls average of responses support for selling medicines and unrestricted travel
1990 Polls trade embargo with Cuba or should the United States end the trade embargo and permit normal trade with Cuba?vs 2000 PollsAverage of ResponsesSupport for Selling Medicines and Unrestricted Travel


Allow companies to sell medicine to Cuba? trade embargo with Cuba or should the United States end the trade embargo and permit normal trade with Cuba?


Allow companies to sell food to Cuba? trade embargo with Cuba or should the United States end the trade embargo and permit normal trade with Cuba?







Voter registration cubans in miami 2011
Voter Registration relations with Cuba?Cubans in Miami2011


Among Multiple Identities- What is The Primary Identification among Latino Sub-Groups

Statistically significant @.055


LATINO GROUP PERCEPTIONS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC COMMONALITIES Identification among Latino Sub-Groups

Thinking about issues like job opportunities, education or income, how much do your ethnic subgroup have in common with other Latinos or Hispanics? Would you say [ethnic subgroup] share a lot in common, some things in common, little in common, or nothing in common with other Latinos?

NOT STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT


LATINO GROUP PERCEPTIONS OF POLITICAL COMMONALITIES Identification among Latino Sub-Groups

Now thinking about things like government services and employment, political power and representation, how much do [ethnic subgroup] have in common with other Hispanics or Latinos? Would you say [ethnic subgroup] share a lot in common, some things in common, little in common, or nothing in common with other

Statistically significant @<.05


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