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Small business owners optimistic about sales for 2020 election cycle
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Small business owners are expecting to have a good year in 2020 — despite the election, according to a new survey.
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On Wednesday, QuickBridge Funding published the results from its Small Business Owner Survey — including that 82 percent of respondents expect their business sales will grow this year, according to a press release.
That’s despite the economic uncertainty that can come with an election year, the release said. However, 5 percent of respondents said they expect their business sales to decrease.
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QuickBridge also found that 66 percent of business owners feel positive that the U.S. economy will increase this year, while only 28 percent saying they believe it will stay the same.