Voters Favor Change in Cuba Policy By 2 to 1, According to New Zogby Analytics Poll

A majority (56%) favor the just-announced change in direction toward Cuba, according to a brand new poll by Zogby Analytics. About one in four (27%) disagree and 17% are not sure.
The new poll was conducted December 17 and 18 among 881 likely voters nationwide and has a margin of sampling error of +/-3.4 percentage points.
The actual question read was: After more than fifty years of an embargo against Cuba, President Obama announced today that he is moving to normalize relations with the Communist nation. This involves reopening the American Embassy and easing travel restrictions to Cuba. Do you agree or disagree with this new policy?