CEO Confidence Index

The CEO Confidence Index is America’s largest monthly survey of chief executives. Each month, Chief Executive surveys CEOs across corporate America, at organizations of all types and sizes, to compile our CEO Confidence Index data. Survey results are released each month on ChiefExecutive.net and reported on by TV and media outlets throughout the world.

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CEO Confidence Index September 2004

Still, Executive Outlook Remains Optimistic Poll Finds Market Fundamentals, Not Politics, Affect Hiring

CEO Confidence Index April 2004

Brighter Outlook On Employment Health Costs Remain A Concern

CEO Confidence Index March 2004

SOME DOUBTS REMAIN, NOTABLY ON HIRING

CEO Confidence Index October 2003

Corporate leaders say growth is their No. 1 priority for 2004 but they are voicing less confidence about America's employment picture, according to Chief...

CEO Confidence Index August 2003

CEOs' perception of the American economy is improving, and they believe that, on balance, President Bush's economic policies are having a positive impact. But...
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CEO Confidence Continues To Slide In September As Labor, Washington And Covid Worries Grow

Chief Executive’s latest poll finds U.S. CEOs increasingly concerned that labor shortages and Biden-era policies will stall chances to rebound from the pandemic.