Gloomy news from the job creators that are members of NFIB.

NFIB’s June optimism index dropped by nearly a point (0.9 to 93.5), with six of 10 survey components also falling.

The finding reversed the more upbeat results of the porior two surveys.

“After two months of incremental but solid gains, the Index gave up in June. This appears par for the course, given that there is no reason for small employers to be more optimistic and lots of things to worry about,” says NFIB chief economist Bill Dunkelberg.

A huge worry, of course: ObamaCare.