The NASE has become a primary resource for legislators, businesses and the media to see what micro-business owners are doing.
There’s only one way to make sure the NASE represents the opinions of micro-businesses on Capitol Hill and through a tailored benefits package and that’s by asking.
Through nation-wide surveys on topics such as health coverage and retirement security, the NASE ensures it has the pulse of micro-business.
The NASE keeps a finger on the pulse of small business sentiment on the issues of the day with monthly member surveys. Find out how the self-employed feel about tax regulation, health reform and more.
Did you know that 99.9 percent of all businesses in the United States are small businesses, with three-fourths representing the self-employed? Learn more about the self-employed and their impact on our nation’s economy in our report “Self-Employed and the U.S. Economy.”
Current NASE Survey
Results of NASE's October 2014 survey on Women Entrepreneurs: Opportunities and Challenges is available here.