According to new survey, approx half of Americans say they are directly feel the negative impact of record inflation in the United States, with some say the difficulties are facing they are serious.
Overall, 45% of respondents in a new The Gallup poll said they were struggling directly because of inflation and rising prices affecting multiple sectors. Among households earning $ 40,000 or less, 71 percent said they were struggling with inflation.
Of those families earning less than $ 40,000, over a quarter (28%) describe the financial impact so bad and they say they can’t keep the same standard of living in this moment.
The more money people they do, the less they feel the direct difficulties of inflation. Less than 30% of those who earn $ 100,000 a year or more they say they feel the effects of inflation, while almost half of “average income” families say they feel the negative effects.
The White House blamed the cost boom on pandemic pressures ea rise in demand in the market, though critics they blew the current administration for ongoing supply chain problems e rising costs in fuel and other essential products.
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