MORE EXECUTIVES THINK CLINTON IS BAD FOR BUSINESS
NEW YORK — * Business executives are growing increasingly wary of the Clinton administration and its relationship with United States companies, a recent survey reveals. A poll of 500 executives was taken by Brouillard Communications, an advertising and public relations firm in New York.
According to the survey, 64 percent of business executives now believe that the Clinton presidency will be ``bad'' for large corporations, compared with 49 percent six months ago. Executives who said the president will be ``good'' for business dipped to 12 percent last month from 25 percent in January.