Nine percent of respondents anticipate a comeback within the next six months, while another 13% stated levels will be back within six to 12 months.
Practically no one sees an immediate decrease in tourism, while 19% anticipate business staying level, and 80% sees increased levels in the next six months.
An index measuring confidence in the economy ahead stood at an all-time high, at 90.87, surpassing the previous high of 80.45 in the spring of 2018.
Some 94% of respondents (51 out of 54) said they see revenue increasing in the next six months, while 83% see profits increasing. Eighty percent of businesses say they are planning to add employees, while 2% said they expect to cut back.
Find more news from the Spring 2021 CSUSM Business Confidence Index here.