It might seem like nothing more than political rhetoric when it is spewed by Washington politicians, but helping small business cope with the fallout from the coronavirus is in the forefront of the voter’s mind according to the latest survey by Goldman Sachs. The financial giant released a survey of Florida voters earlier this month showing a phenomenal 96% of Sunshine State voters believe it is important for Congress to implement a small business agenda and keep companies open and people employed. Further, a full 72 percent of Florida voters believe small business is regularly overlooked by Washington and 81% do not believe that Florida elected officials are doing enough to support the needs of small businesses across the state. The bipartisan survey, ironically released against the backdrop of Washington gridlock on a new COVID relief bill, was conducted by David Binder Research October 6-7.