Survey: Most Small Business Owners Wouldn't Start a Business Today, Say Obama's Policies Have Hurt

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<p><p>A poll released by the National Association of
Manufacturers, and the National Federation of Independent Businesses showed
that 69% of current small business owners and manufacturers think the Obama
Administration's regulations have hurt small business and manufacturing. 55%
stated that they would not start a business given what they know today about
the government and the economy. Two thirds of small business owners say there
is too much market uncertainty.&nbsp;</p>

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<p>To
compliment the poll, NAM
released an online video blaming overregulation for the decline of the
manufacturing industry.&nbsp;</p>

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<p>Thanks
to the National Association of Manufacturers for the video.&nbsp;</p></p>

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