Poll: High Gas Prices Still An Issue For Most Voters

New polling data shows gas prices are still a major concern for voters heading into the midterm elections.

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Rasmussen Reports released the data, which found that

“Although gasoline prices have fallen from their record-breaking peak, a majority of voters are still concerned about fuel costs and expect the issue to matter in November,” Rasmussen said.

The poll found only 13% don’t see it as a concern.

“The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 86% of Likely U.S. voters are concerned about high gasoline prices, including 57% who are Very Concerned,” the group said. “Just 13% aren’t concerned.”

The poll comes as gas prices are higher than they were a month ago. Prices hit a record high earlier this year, topping $5 per gallon in June before dipping down.

Those prices are expected to rise even more now that OPEC has announced they will cut back production of oil beginning next month.

At the same time, inflation has soared in the last year with consumer prices topping more than 8%. That rise far outpaced wage increases. Some everyday items, like energy and food, have seen even more significant price increases.



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