the same, up from 41% last quarter, and 12% project a decline, which isessentially flat from last quarter’s 11%.On the third topic of employment, 36% of member CEOs expect to add U.S.employees, which is down six points from 42% last quarter; 44% expectemployment to remain steady, which is about the same as last quarter at 43%,and 20% project lower employment, up slightly from 16% in the first quarterof 2012.Each quarter, as many of you recall, we combine the three categories, sales,CapEx, and employment into an index to provide a quick snapshot of anticipated economic conditions for the next six months. As I mentioned, thisquarter’s CEO Economic Outlook Survey Index reflects a slight downturn inexpectations, falling from an Index of 96.9 in the first quarter of 2012 to 89.1for the second quarter. I want to remind you though that our Index is acomposite diffusion index centered on 50 and results can range from negative50 to positive 150. An Index reading lower than 50 is consistent with overalleconomic contraction, while a reading above 50, which is still where we are isconsistent with expansion.In closing, CEO’s overall expectations are down slightly in each of ourmeasures; sales, investment, and employment. The past quarter has seencontinuing concerns about Europe’s sovereign debt issues, as well ascontinued political wrangling in D.C. that is holding up much needed tax andfiscal reforms that would provide greater certainty to business, reassure themarkets, and enhance U.S. economic growth.With that said, I’d be happy with John as my sidekick to take your questionsnow.