Small business ownership is one of the great American traditions. As much as the globalists try to destroy this self-determination trait in the citizenry, Americans see through their revolting charade and embrace the value small businesses bring to their communities and the nation.
In a recent PEW Research study, “Americans overwhelmingly see small businesses as having a positive effect on the way things are going in the country.” Democrats (88%) and Republicans (87%) alike realize that small businesses are the cornerstone of economic health in a community as a job creator and vital contributor to the general well-being of cities and towns.
On the other hand, the study, released on February 1, 2024, found that “most people – including identical shares in both parties – also are critical of the impact of banks and financial institutions.” As preferred as large corporations may think they are in local areas, the finding reveals that Americans do not have blinders on when identifying the value of the risk-takers who operate small businesses and what they bring to the fabric of their community and the country.
There are 33.3 million businesses in the U.S. that qualify as small businesses, making up 99.9% of all U.S. businesses and employing 61.6 million people, according to a January 31, 2024 Forbes article. To succeed as a small business, owners must be resilient, hard-working, innovative visionaries who show courage and leadership.
It is no coincidence that these traits reflect the very essence of America. And the PEW research proves that the independent spirit of Americans, as opposed to the globalists’ agenda, is respected and embraced as a core value of this nation’s prosperity. Indeed, small businesses are on the frontline of keeping the nation’s economic engine running, and Americans are with them all the way.