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Since the going concern decision has distinct adverse consequences for the client, high levels of confidence are called for to withstand the client resistance that is likely to result. Accordingly, the following hypothesis will be considered: H2. Audit groups will exhibit greater confidence than individual auditors about going concern decisions. Research over the last thirty years has identified many reasons to depart from the belief that the direction of influence in decision-making is symmetrical.