ST. PAUL (AP) -- Regard for business leaders in the eyes of Minnesotans has been diminished by reports of alleged wrongdoing involving Enron and other corporations, according to a poll released Friday.
But the poll, conducted for the St. Paul Pioneer Press and Minnesota Public Radio, also shows that a majority of Minnesotans still give business leaders the benefit of the doubt. Corporate leaders generally act ethically, but there's always a certain number of "bad apples," several poll respondents said.
Asked whether they thought business leaders generally behaved in an ethical manner, 51 percent said yes.
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