The current average gas price is $3.804. A year ago? $3.421.
President Joe Biden confirmed his disdain for oil drilling right before the midterms:
BIDEN: “No more drilling. There is no more drilling. I haven’t affirmed any new drilling. No… That was before I was president. We’re trying to work on that, get that done. Thank you.”
The national average gas price went up to $3.804 for regular gas (this chart is updated daily):
Current Avg. $3.804
Yesterday Avg. $3.800
Week Ago Avg. $3.762
Month Ago Avg. $3.891
Year Ago Avg. $3.421
The prices go up and down. AAA.com wrote on October 31 about “gas prices drifting down.”
On November 3? “National Average Increases as Pump Prices Remain Volatile.” California’s prices decreased, which surprised me:
Since last Thursday, these 10 states have seen the largest changes in their averages: Rhode Island (+26 cents), Maine (+24 cents), Connecticut (+22 cents), New Hampshire (+21 cents), New Jersey (+20 cents), Massachusetts (+19 cents), Ohio (+18 cents), Alaska (−18 cents), Delaware (+17 cents) and California (−16 cents).
BREAKING: Two days before the midterm elections, Joe Biden clearly states he is for "no more [oil] drilling." pic.twitter.com/2F9hZNOwMt
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 7, 2022
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