Verizon Business Survey Finds 55% of Small Businesses Concerned About Survival Amid Social Distancing Regulations
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BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Sep 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) —
8 in 10 Believe the Outcome of the 2020 Presidential Election Will Affect Small Businesses in the U.S. Overall, Regardless of Owners’ Party Affiliations
Nearly 2 in 3 Feel Their Businesses’ Financial Security Has Been Negatively Impacted
72% Show Optimism They Will Be Able to Stay Open at Least Six Months or More
Verizon Business today released findings from its “Small Business Recovery Survey,” which reveals the impact small business owners and decision makers feel COVID-19 has had on their businesses. The survey, conducted by Morning Consult, focused on 600 small and medium businesses that are currently open or plan to reopen. This is a follow-up to a Verizon Business Small Business Survey conducted in April 2020.
Further Key Findings Include:
— 55% of small businesses
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