Local businesses in the Wolverine State are feeling... pretty average, compared to national data. Could uncertainties around national business policies and the economy be to blame?
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Wall Street's record run is having an impact on Main Street, too.
If optimism holds, 31% of Wisconsin's 440,000 small businesses plan to add staff this year.
In Colorado, where 1 in 11 adults owns a small business, optimistic merchants outnumber pessimistic ones 7 to 1.
Small business optimism is a complicated issue in Maryland, where merchants are looking for clarity on where the national economy is heading.
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In Ohio, 7 in 10 small businesses are optimistic about prospects in 2017, but nearly 1 in 4 expect more of what they experienced in 2016. What does it mean for the Buckeye State's economy?
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Optimism is high, but concerns over healthcare and taxes may be holding back hiring plans for Indiana's half-million small businesses.
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Nearly half of Pennsylvania small business owners say repeal of the national healthcare law would have no impact on their business. But that doesn't mean they don't care about healthcare reform.
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Georgia is routinely pulling in high national rankings for business performance. Now, the Peach State can add #5 state for small business optimism to its resume.
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Illinois is among the top spots nationally for small business optimism, but the Prairie State lags in hiring intent.
In Virginia, where 9 in 10 companies are small businesses, 1 in 4 local merchants plan to add staff in 2017.
North Carolina ranks #25 nationally for small business optimism, but could tax breaks in the state's budget proposal be a mood-booster for the Tar Heel State?