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According to a national survey, 40% of small US businesses admit they are not prepared for a disaster -- and one-third said they have no plans to prepare. The survey of 5,000 small business professionals, commissioned by Office Depot, did show that small businesses located in natural disaster-prone regions (coastal areas or the Midwest) are far more inclined to prepare for disasters. But nationally speaking, a full 25% of business owners said they would rather deal with a disaster when it occurs than get ahead of a potential problem.
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