RESULTS FROM BUSINESS LEADERS, DECISION MAKERS & SMB OWNERS
Survey of 4,500 Respondents (3,500 American Respondents)
Collected between April 17th and April 24th, 2020
Azurite Consulting recently surveyed 3,500 Americans and 1,000 international respondents, in partnership with PeakProsperity.com - to capture a unique view of COVID-19’s impact on spending, hiring and business decision making.
This article highlights a subset of the major research findings, but is only a portion of the total findings. For additional insight to help business leaders and decision makers, See the Full Report.
Others are cutting back their household expenses to get through the crisis
73% of Americans now trust the Federal Government less since the Covid-19 outbreak began...
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Notes on the survey methodology. This online research was conducted working with PeakProsperity.com - a highly engaged community of over 360,000 global subscribers actively seeking information about resilience during uncertain times. The research was conducted April 17-24th, 2020, and is subject to a +/- 1.7 percentage point margin of error at the 95 percent confidence level. Screening and demographic questions were utilized to identify respondents who are business leaders & decision makers, executives and SMB owners across a range of industries. Additional detailed methodology notes can be found within the report
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