If HR professionals have their way, Gov. Mitt Romney will beat out President Obama come Election Day.

A survey from HR Morning, a news resource to more than 430,000 HR professionals, found that two-thirds of respondents said a Romney administration would most benefit HR, while just 23 percent said the same about Obama.

"It's clear that many HR pros aren't very happy about how the Obama administration has handled workplace issues," says Tim Gould, HR Morning's editor-in-chief. "They seem to be feeling additional pressure from increasingly aggressive federal agencies—especially the National Labor Relations Board—and it's apparent they think a Romney administration would ease some of that pressure."

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