Fifty-eight percent of decision makers from small businesses say organizational worries keep them up at night, according to a recent poll by EMPLOYERS.

Another 40 percent of respondents say they do not worry about their businesses, up from 30 percent in 2011, and 20 percent of respondents say they are most worried about growing their businesses as opposed to issues that are beyond their control, such as the economy.

The poll also finds that 44 percent of respondents say they expect the U.S. economy to improve in 2012, which is slightly down from 46 percent in 2011. Forty-five percent of respondents predict revenue growth this year while 17 percent of respondents anticipate revenue drops, and 23 percent of respondents are at prerecessional levels.

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