More on Inflation, and How Focused People Are Thereon

by Little Miss Attila on April 11, 2011

People are anxious, and for good reason:

Inflation is a big concern for Americans, and the rising price of gasoline appears to be fueling that anxiety, according to a new poll conducted for The Hill.

Sixty-two percent of 1,000 likely voters polled last Thursday said they were “very concerned” about inflation, and another 26 percent said they were “somewhat concerned,” leaving very few Americans who are not worried about rising prices.

When asked what is causing their concerns about inflation, 61 percent of respondents singled out gasoline prices while 18 percent said food was to blame. The next highest category, housing, was mentioned by just 9 percent.

Per the President’s suggestion, I’m going to be looking at a trade-in to solve the problem of high costs . . .

UPDATE: Related—Smitty on Quantitative Easing.

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