Poll Shows Voters Blame Joe Biden For High Gas Prices

Joe Biden and Democrats have offered every excuse under the sun for rising gas prices.

Of course, they have blamed everyone and everything but their own failed policies.

Voters know what’s going on, however. Despite the best efforts of the Biden administration, voters blame Biden for this problem.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Voters know: High gas prices are Biden’s fault

Voters have a two-word answer for President Joe Biden’s spin that high gas prices are war-mongering Russian President Vladimir Putin’s fault: C’mon man.

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By more than a 3-to-1 margin, a majority of likely voters said higher prices are Biden’s fault, the result of failed energy policies.

“Who bears the responsibility for higher fuel prices?” Rasmussen Reports asked.

– Biden 51%
– Putin 15%
– Oil companies 26%

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“The average price of a gallon of gasoline, which was $2.20 in November 2020, rose to $3.50 by November 2021, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, and is now $4.21,” Rasmussen said. “Sixty-one percent think Biden has not done enough to stop the rising price of gasoline, home heating oil and other petroleum products, while just 27% believe Biden has done enough.”

Voters are not supid.

People are hurting financially and are already tired of it. Who can blame them?

Sadly, none of this is likely to change until Democrats are voted out of power.


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