Of Americans with incomes of at least $50,000, 63 percent say the presidents largely impacts job creation, according to a recent Korn/Ferry poll.

The poll also finds that 45 percent of respondents say the government has invested in job-creating technologies, and 55 percent of respondents are confident in the president, Congress and the Federal Reserve's ability to work together to create jobs.

"This report reveals that U.S. workers believe that the government has the power to stimulate jobs," says Gary Burnison, CEO of Korn/Ferry International. "The fact that respondents feel the president alone can create more jobs than the combination of the Congress, Fed and president may be a reflection of the current discord in Washington."

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