Gasoline prices are still soaring in this disastrous Biden era, with Californians paying well over $6 per gallon as the national average hits $4.37 for the first time ever. It was a 26-cent increase in just a month.
On the other hand, a year ago gas was only $2.967 a gallon a year ago.
As of Tuesday, the mid-grade gas average stood at $4.724 and premium stood at $5.011. Diesel has skyrocketed as well, seeing an average of $5.550 — well over $2.00 more than it was one year ago.
Some states are experiencing worse prices than others. In blue California, for instance, the statewide gas price average is $5.841. However, the average is over $6.00 in a handful of Golden State counties, including San Luis Obispo ($6.042), San Mateo ($6.045), San Francisco ($6.043), Marin ($6.054), Sonoma ($6.016), Humboldt ($6.220), Del Norte ($6.132), Inyo ($6.089), and Mono ($6.617).
The overall gas price average for diesel in California is over $1.00 more than the national average, standing at $6.512.
Other states seeing an average higher than the national figure include Alaska ($4.772), Arizona ($4.669), Nevada ($5.125), Utah ($4.493), Idaho ($4.484), Oregon ($4.851), Washington ($4.871), Illinois ($4.693), Maryland ($4.414), Delaware ($4.404). Pennsylvania ($4.541), New York ($4.569). New Jersey ($4.490), Massachusetts ($4.427), Vermont ($4.439), and Maine ($4.401).
“Missouri is reporting the lowest state average, coming in at $3.933 as of Tuesday,” Breitbart concluded.
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