We were curious to know what percentage of our audience participated in Cuba protests; on the island, in the U.S. or elsewhere. So we asked. Here's what you told us.
Cuba protests around the world. Photo credit: Marissa Daniela (@mimaincuba)

(Note from El Equipo: This survey has ended with 363 respondents so we’re sharing the results below.) Depending on what news source you follow, the numbers of protestors in Cuba, the United States and around the world differ greatly. Some claim crowds are smaller than they are. Others claim they’re massive; in the thousands.

Naturally, we were curious and wanted to get a sense as to what percentage of YOU had been participating in any of the Cuba protests after the July 11th events in Cuba. It was our Question of the Week for July 19th and now that the survey has ended, we’re sharing the results with you in this post. (All responses are anonymous.)

Related Post: Poll Results: Who’s at Fault – The Cuban Government or the Embargo?

Have You Participated In Any Cuba Protests?

363 respondents surveyed from 24 countries (primarily the United States @ 97%).

  • No – 66.94%
  • Yes – 33.05%

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