Accounting firm Plante & Moran said it was seeing optimism among the businesses it surveyed in the Midwest despite general worries about the economy.

More than two-thirds of the 344 midsized business owners the firm surveyed in Michigan, Ohio and Illinois indicated they were somewhat optimistic or very optimistic about the continued growth of their business. They cited a skilled workforce and a strong work ethic as the key factors.

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