Residents of Puerto Rico can vote in presidential primaries, but not in the presidential elections. People born in Puerto Rico who move to a State,… Read More »Central Florida’s Puerto Ricans are Trending Democratic, Prefer Statehood
YouGov.com recently reported that there is widespread ignorance about Puerto Rico in the U.S. as a whole, based on a poll conducted by YouGov and… Read More »Ignorance About Puerto Rico a Continuing Problem
Residents of Puerto Rico can vote in presidential primaries, but not in the general election, even though people born in Puerto Rico are citizens of… Read More »Polling Puerto Rico on Presidential Race
When asked whether the economy is getting better, respondents in a new Gallup survey in North America, South America, and the Caribbean were fairly optimistic… Read More »New Gallup Poll Finds Pessimism in Puerto Rico
Former Florida Governor – and likely soon-to-be candidate for the Republican presidential nomination – Jeb Bush (R) visited Puerto Rico to express his continued support… Read More »Jeb Bush Spoke in Puerto Rico, But Was the Message Aimed at a Different Audience?
There are nearly 4 million potential voters in Puerto Rico, but they are not able to vote for the president, for senators, or for voting… Read More »Where the Puerto Rican Vote Can Make A Difference In 2014
Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla (“commonwealth” party) is viewed negatively by two-thirds of the residents of central Florida of Puerto Rican origin who have… Read More »Puerto Rico’s Governor Not Popular in Florida; Statehooders Liked
Three-fifths of residents of central Florida of Puerto Rican origin accept that Puerto Rico’s current political status — territory, but sometimes misleadingly called “commonwealth” —… Read More »Florida Puerto Ricans By 2-1 Say “Commonwealth” Can’t Be Improved