Poll Finds Mixed Views on Obama’s Handling of Cuba

While most Americans approve of the decision to restore diplomatic and trade ties with Cuba, attitudes toward President Obama’s handling of relations with Cuba are mixed, according to the latest CBS News poll.

While most Americans approve of the decision to restore diplomatic and trade ties with Cuba, attitudes toward President Obama’s handling of relations with Cuba are mixed, according to the latest CBS News poll.

Source:: Poll Finds Mixed Views on Obama’s Handling of Cuba

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