Univision Noticias and Fusion worked with the Washington Post to conduct a public-opinion poll in Cuba, something that has not been easy to do. The poll was done without authorization from the Cuban government, and it included 1,200 adults who were assured their individual answers would be confidential. What did the pollsters learn? Eighty percent of respondents said they had a positive image of Obama, while 47 and 44 percent have good feelings about Raul Castro and Fidel Castro, respectively. While Americans have an equally low opinion of their domestic leader, according to Gallup, Fidel fares even worse. In 2008, he had a 5 percent approval rating in the U.S.