A new poll found that 57.6% of people of Puerto Rican origin in central Florida believe that Puerto Rico should be made a State based… Read More »58% of Florida Puerto Ricans: Make Territory a State Based on 2012 Vote
Eighty-one percent of citizens of Puerto Rican origin in central Florida would be proud if the territory becomes a State, according to a new poll.… Read More »81% of Florida Puerto Ricans: “Proud” if Puerto Rico Becomes a State
Voters of Puerto Rican origin in central Florida overwhelmingly support statehood for Puerto Rico, according to a new poll. The professional survey found that about… Read More »64% of Florida Puerto Ricans Want Statehood for Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States that has not been incorporated into the country — even though it is treated like a… Read More »Puerto Rico’s Status: Who Should Decide?
Puerto Ricans are extremely unhappy and pessimistic. A scientific poll taken February 19-24 found very negative views regarding: conditions in the territory; their personal finances and… Read More »Puerto Ricans Negative on Territory; Disappointed in “Commonwealth” Leaders
A year after voting to replace a statehood party government with “Commonwealth” party leadership by a very small margin, very large majorities of Puerto Ricans… Read More »Poll: Large Majority of Puerto Ricans Very Unhappy with New “Commonwealth” Gov’t
Eric Cantor (R Virginia) has launched a new website, Cosponsor, where citizens can “cosponsor” congressional legislation with one click — two if they allow the site to connect with their Facebook accounts. All new legislation brought to the floor of the house is listed, with information on the sponsors of the bill and its progress through the House. Visitors can search for a specific bill, click through to bills on particular issues such as Science and Technology or Education, or sort the bills y popularity and other factors.
The most popular bill at Cosponsor right now? The Puerto Rico Status Resolutions Act.Read More »Citizen Cosponsors Helps Citizens Participate in the Legislative Process
The Wall Street Journal’s Question of the Day, “Should Puerto Rico become the 51st U.S. state?”, got a clear answer from readers: 3894, or 78.3%,… Read More »New Poll: 78.3% of WSJ Readers Favor Statehood for Puerto Rico
A Suffolk University poll found that 70% of Puerto Rican voters prefer statehood over other possible status options. Suffolk University partnered with Universidad del Turabo… Read More »New Poll Shows Puerto Ricans Want Statehood