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Entrepreneurs Believe Climate Change a Problem that Can Hurt Small Businesses, Disrupt Economy

Publisher: Small Business Majority
Published: June 25, 2013

 
Introduction

Extreme weather and climate change have become real business threats for small businesses across the country. Scientific opinion polling conducted for Small Business Majority found nearly six in 10 small businesses believe climate change and extreme weather events are an urgent problem that can disrupt the economy and harm small businesses.

While climate change has inflamed partisan debate, it’s important to note that small businesses don’t see this through an ideological lens. The political breakdown of the poll was varied, with 37% identifying as Republican, 30% identifying as Democrats and 33% as independent.

 
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