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The Price Of Gas Is Up Over 55 Percent Since Joe Biden Took Office

The Price Of Gas Is Up Over 55 Percent Since Joe Biden Took Office

(The following is from the Trump Campaign)

Joe Biden’s inflation crisis continues.

The latest CPI data shows prices have increased 19.9% since January 2021. The annual cost to the average household due to Biden’s inflation is a staggering $12,892.

Since January 2021, gas is up over 55%, groceries are up 21.3%, rent is up 20.8%, electricity bills are up 28.5%, auto insurance is up 52.1%, eggs are up 43.5%, and baby food and formula are up 30.0%.

ITEMINCREASE SINCE JAN. ’21
Food at elementary and secondary schools64.9%
Fuel oil56.8%
Gasoline, unleaded regular56.0%
Gasoline (all types)55.5%
Motor fuel55.1%
Margarine55.0%
Energy commodities54.6%
Other motor fuels54.1%
Gasoline, unleaded midgrade53.9%
Gasoline, unleaded premium53.3%
Motor vehicle insurance52.1%
Other lodging away from home including hotels and motels50.9%
Frozen noncarbonated juices and drinks48.3%
Lodging away from home43.9%
Eggs43.5%
Fuel oil and other fuels42.3%
Other fats and oils including peanut butter41.7%
Energy41.6%
Motor vehicle repair40.6%
Transportation services39.6%
Crackers, bread, and cracker products39.0%
Airline fares38.2%
Fats and oils36.7%
Flour and prepared flour mixes35.4%
Butter and margarine34.5%
Tax return preparation and other accounting fees33.9%
Apparel services other than laundry and dry cleaning32.2%
Food from vending machines and mobile vendors32.2%
Other condiments32.1%
Frozen and refrigerated bakery products, pies, tarts, turnovers32.0%
Admission to sporting events31.9%
Other bakery products31.3%
Delivery services31.0%
Uncooked beef roasts30.7%
Sugar and sugar substitutes30.7%
Motor vehicle maintenance and repair30.2%
Salad dressing30.1%
Veterinarian services30.1%
Baby food and formula30.0%
Frozen vegetables29.4%
Window coverings28.9%
Olives, pickles, relishes28.7%
Soups28.6%
Electricity28.5%
Financial services28.1%
Care of invalids and elderly at home28.0%
Motor vehicle body work27.6%
Canned vegetables27.4%
Pet services including veterinary27.3%
Sauces and gravies27.3%
Utility Bills (Energy services)27.3%
Canned fruits and vegetables27.0%
Food at employee sites and schools26.9%
Other uncooked poultry including turkey26.8%
Bakery products26.3%
Motor oil, coolant, and fluids26.1%
Uncooked beef steaks26.1%
Public transportation26.1%
Butter26.1%
Fresh whole chicken26.0%
Cookies25.9%
Cereals and bakery products25.8%
Carbonated drinks25.6%
Other food at home25.5%
Stationery, stationery supplies, gift wrap25.3%
Beef and veal25.3%
Other sweets25.2%
Processed fruits and vegetables25.1%
Cakes, cupcakes, and cookies24.9%
Admissions24.9%
Cigarettes24.8%
Spices, seasonings, condiments, sauces24.8%
Cereals and cereal products24.7%
Frozen fruits and vegetables24.5%
Checking account and other bank services24.5%
Laundry and dry cleaning services24.5%
Uncooked other beef and veal24.4%
Breakfast cereal24.3%
Juices and nonalcoholic drinks24.3%
Sugar and sweets24.2%
Other foods24.2%
Women’s dresses24.2%
Other miscellaneous foods24.1%
Fresh biscuits, rolls, muffins24.1%
Canned fruits24.1%
Other dairy and related products23.9%
White bread23.8%
Poultry23.7%
Tobacco and smoking products23.7%
Bread23.5%
Motor vehicle maintenance and servicing23.2%
Bread other than white23.2%
Pet food23.1%
Limited service meals and snacks23.0%
Fresh cakes and cupcakes22.9%
Frozen and freeze dried prepared foods22.9%
Chicken22.8%
Lunchmeats22.8%
Nonalcoholic beverages and beverage materials22.8%
Nonfrozen noncarbonated juices and drinks22.7%
Miscellaneous personal services22.6%
Candy and chewing gum22.5%
Snacks22.4%
Fresh and frozen chicken parts22.2%
Breakfast sausage and related products22.2%
Vehicle accessories other than tires22.1%
Uncooked ground beef22.0%
Utility (piped) gas service22.0%
Food away from home21.8%
Tools, hardware and supplies21.7%
Car and truck rental21.7%
Full service meals and snacks21.4%
Other meats21.4%
Food21.3%
Rent of shelter21.3%
Propane, kerosene, and firewood21.3%
Groceries (Food at home)21.3%
Other processed fruits and vegetables including dried21.2%
Meats, poultry, fish, and eggs21.2%
Meats21.2%
Shelter21.1%
Rice, pasta, cornmeal21.0%
Rent of primary residence20.8%
Household paper products20.7%
Domestic services20.6%
Floor coverings20.5%
Owners’ equivalent rent of primary residence20.5%
Owners’ equivalent rent of residences20.5%
Photographic equipment and supplies20.4%
Household operations20.4%
Used cars and trucks20.4%
Motor vehicle parts and equipment20.3%
Other personal services20.0%
Meats, poultry, and fish20.0%
All items19.9%

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