WASHINGTON and NEW YORK, Dec. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Small business owners across the U.S. are split when it comes to raising the minimum wage, according to a new survey from OnDeck®, the leader in online lending to small business and SCORE, the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors. Results show that 43% of small business owners support a minimum wage increase, while 39% do not support an increase. Additionally, the data highlights that 73% of small business owners agree that the minimum wage in their state is not a “living wage.” 

Small business owners across the U.S. are split when it comes to raising the minimum wage, according to a new survey from OnDeck and SCORE. Results show that 43% of small business owners support a minimum wage increase, while 39% do not support an increase. Additionally, the data highlights that 73% of small business owners agree that the minimum wage in their state is not a “living wage.”

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