MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - Wisconsin business leaders feel a little better about the state’s economy and how it’s doing.
The state’s Bankers Association surveyed almost 100 CEO’s of companies which are headquartered in the Badger State. 27 percent of those executives believe the state’s economy is in good health – up from 13.5 percent a year ago. Only 2 percent say the economy’s in poor shape, less than the 9.5 percent of CEO’s who thought that way a year ago.
The rest rate the economy as fair.
A year ago, 1 of every 3 Wisconsin CEO’s thought the economy would improve over the following six months. But now, only about 1 of every 10 executives predict continued growth between now and this summer.