72% Say Small Business Owners Responsible for Success
The "government" would have nothing at all if it were not for the entrepreneurial spirit of America.
Rasmussen: 72% Say Small Business Owners Responsible for Success
Entrepreneurs who start businesses are widely believed to do more to create jobs and economic growth than big businesses or government, according to a Rasmussen Reports telephone survey released on Monday.
Most survey respondents also believe that small-business owners work harder than other Americans and are primarily responsible for the success or failure of their businesses.
Seventy-two percent of the 1,000 likely U.S. voters surveyed by telephone on July 21 and July 22 say that people who start small businesses are primarily responsible for their success or failure. Only 13 percent disagree.
But 77 percent believe small-business owners work harder than other workers. Just 2 percent think they donít work as hard.