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IT Industry Presidential Poll: 'Not Sure' Beats Both Obama and Romney 238

Posted by Soulskill
from the all-glory-to-the-hypnotoad dept.
CIStud writes "A new poll conducted of IT industry executives and integrators shows a divided and unsure industry regarding which presidential candidate is better for Information Technology to prosper. The poll, conducted by JZ Analytics on behalf of CompTIA, shows 'Not Sure' winning in four out of five areas. President Obama holds and edge over Mitt Romney in every category, including which person is best for the IT industry in terms of tax policy (remarkably), access to capital, tech exports, education and privacy."
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IT Industry Presidential Poll: 'Not Sure' Beats Both Obama and Romney

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