Results show half not surviving more than two months without help
PHOENIX, April 2, 2020—From Chad Heinrich, Arizona state director for NFIB, on the release of its poll showing 92 percent of small-business owners negatively affected by the coronavirus and about half of small employers saying they can survive for no more than two months, and about one-third believing they can remain operational for 3-6 months.
“While this entire experience is unprecedented, Gov. Doug Ducey’s actions have been cutting edge—striking the delicate and correct balance between keeping Arizonans healthy while also allowing essential businesses to operate and continue to serve Arizona citizens. Arizona’s small businesses are especially proud of the governor’s leadership during this pandemic.”
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