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A survey of American finance executives, released just before the two parties’ national conventions in August, found that 71% preferred to see Republican Sen. John McCain win the presidency this November, compared to just 13% who preferred Democratic Sen. Barack Obama (6% said it would make no difference who won and 10% didn’t care for either one). Of course, finance and treasury executives–a tiny demographic–won’t play much of a role in choosing the nation’s leader, and the broader polls to date suggest a much closer race between the two tickets, so the question those executives probably should be asking now is what the election of one of them as president will likely mean for the country, and for their companies’ prospects.

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