(Continued from page 1) When asked to rate their six-month outlook for their businesses on a five-point scale, in which a score of 1 meant “poor” and 5 meant “excellent,” the 27 McDonald’s franchisees produced an average outlook of 2.21, or between “fair” and “good.” That number was well below the survey’s historical average of about 2.90 but a slight rise from the 1.89 rating from the fourth-quarter survey in January. Janney also ...

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