Liberal politicians may stay away from Texas, Utah and Idaho. But small business owners ought to be flocking to those states.
Once again, in a survey co-created by Thumbtack.com and the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, those states emerged as the states whose policies are considered to be most friendly to small business. While they are receiving accolades from small businesses, California, Illinois and Rhode Island received failing marks from small business owners, the survey revealed. Kentucky’s small-biz grade moved up the most, from a B- to an A.