Ouch! Nat'l Avg. for Gallon of Gas Up 26 Cents in a Week

Nick Kangadis | March 14, 2022
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Another week, another record set. The national average for a gallon of gas blew by the $4.103 all-time high last week. And while the average price stayed stagnant from Sunday to Monday — the first time that’s happened since the 2020-21 holiday season — it’s current standing is still a record.

According to AAA, the national average for a single gallon of gas - as of Monday morning - is at $4.325. This is up from exactly one week ago when the average rose to $4.065/gal.


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The 26-cent increase is continuing to be blamed by President Joe Biden’s regime as Russian President Vladimir Putin’s fault.

While conflicts concerning nations that deal in oil production do have an impact on the price of oil and gas, the price average did increase almost a dollar in Biden’s first full calendar year in office. Heck, from the time Biden was elected in November 2020 until around the time of his inauguration, the average price of a gallon of gas went up around 30 cents, according to GasBuddy.

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