Other key findings from the research at Baylor include:
- American entrepreneurs tend to be male (57%) and married (69%).
- American entrepreneurs are generally more educated than non-entrepreneurs. Nearly three-fourths (73%) of American adults who have started a business or who are in the process of starting a business have attended college.
- American entrepreneurs describe themselves as more politically conservative than non-entrepreneurs. In terms of political parties, 40% of entrepreneurs identify as Republican, 30% as Independent, and 30% as Democrat.