(Gallup) Americans Trust Small-Business Owners Most on Job Creation

Americans put the most trust in the ideas and opinions of small-business owners and local business leaders on how best to create jobs. Americans have progressively lower levels of trust in the opinions of President Obama, economists, major-corporation executives, congressional leaders, and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.

The public’s trust in politicians, business leaders, and others on job creation in the U.S. is of particular importance at a time when Americans view jobs as the most important problem facing the nation.

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One comment on “(Gallup) Americans Trust Small-Business Owners Most on Job Creation

  1. Lisha says:

    That is a very interesting point of view. I suspected we don’t trust larger companies because we believe they’ve been corrupted, but I didn’t know this is actually happening at a larger scale. I for one prefer to work alone when it comes to business, to not rely on anyone. I can’t tell you how happy I was when I discovered the free invoice template.