Poll: Small Businesses Leaning Towards Obama by 11 Points

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Sta.rtUp.Biz (http://www.SUp.biz), a social networking website for small businesses, surveyed 1,237 U.S. small business owners.

Obama leads by 11 points

Change is needed, McCain will not be a change... and you should all be scared to feel Palin could be a heart beat away from being the leader of this great country.

A poll taken by Sta.rtUp.Biz (http://www.SUp.biz), a social networking website for small businesses, surveyed 1,237 U.S. small business owners asking them who they will choose for the next president.

The poll, that took place Sept. 25-Oct. 1, showed that 52% were for Obama. McCain had 41% and 7% were undecided.

Sta.rtUp.biz also allowed its member base to voice their opinion on the election. Over 200 small business owners posted their comments on the matter, and here are a few of their voices:

"I don't need a president with a knee jerk reaction to every action he takes. McGAIN, yes I said McGAIN, because I see his actions with this current run for president, as another business deal or purchase of property to add to his other seven homes. Never move so quickly, everything has a process."
-Katherine Brooks, Atlanta, GA

"I get tired of the Democratic doom and gloom thinking. I am voting for McCain! One thing conservatives have is a positive attitude about the resilience of our great country. We believe in the greatness of the people, not the government."
-Ron Maxim, Olympia,WA

"Change is needed, McCain will not be a change... and you should all be scared to feel Palin could be a heart beat away from being the leader of this great country."
-Marshall Jones, Boston, MA

"Obama-143 days, McCain 25 years. It's simple. Obama is THE most liberal senator, and Biden is 3rd. If you like paying more taxes, vote Obama. If you like death taxes, capital gains taxes, you will vote for the Messiah Obama."
-Chris Hope, Va. Beach, Virginia

See all 275 opinions of small business owners here.

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