Across the country, small business owners remained optimistic in the second quarter, according to the latest findings from the Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index, which surveyed 603 small business owners the first week in April.

Here are the findings:

  • Seventy-three percent said their current financial situation is very or somewhat good, up slightly from 71 percent in February.
  • Almost half, 46 percent, said their business’ revenue increased a little or a lot over the past 12 months, nearly the same as in February when it was 45 percent.
  • Six in 10, or 63 percent, said that their cash flow was very or somewhat good over the past 12 months, down one point from 64 percent in February.
  • Thirty-nine percent said that credit was somewhat or easy to obtain over the past 12 months, about the same as February when it was 40 percent.

Read more at Denver Business Journal.