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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.