2006 Gallup Poll on attitudes of Cuban Citizens

A 2006 Gallup Poll of Cuba, conducted with 1,000 residents of Havana and Santiago, offers a rare look at the island’s understudied population. The findings represent a fascinating portrayal of a populace living with the paradoxes of a communist regime. One of the most striking examples can be seen in the way Cuban respondents feel about the country’s educational opportunities as opposed to its opportunities to attain fulfilling jobs.