What Cuban-Americans Are Saying About Obama's Cuba Visit04:35
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Cuban Carlos Bautista reads the newspaper at Café Versailles, on March 17, 2016, in Miami, Florida.
Café Versailles, where Cuban exiles gather to have a "cafecito" and talk about politics in the island, has been experiencing changes as opinions shift in South Florida regarding Cuba, with polls showing a majority of Cuban-Americans now favor improved relations between the U.S. and Cuba. (Diego Urdaneta/AFP/Getty Images)
Cuban Carlos Bautista reads the newspaper at Café Versailles, on March 17, 2016, in Miami, Florida. Café Versailles, where Cuban exiles gather to have a "cafecito" and talk about politics in the island, has been experiencing changes as opinions shift in South Florida regarding Cuba, with polls showing a majority of Cuban-Americans now favor improved relations between the U.S. and Cuba. (Diego Urdaneta/AFP/Getty Images)
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Guillermo Grenier, a professor of sociology at Florida International University, tells Here & Now's Lisa Mullins about what Cuban Americans are saying about President Obama's visit to Cuba this week. Grenier says the number of Cuban Americans who are staunchly opposed to normalized relations is shrinking.

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This segment aired on March 21, 2016.

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