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deltaland
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Map of inflation by states

Image: https://si.wsj.net/public/resources/images/OG-GC083_fd50a6_355PX_20211110143245.jpg



Who is being punished the most by the Biden admin policies? Looks like an attack on middle America to me


Issa Honk
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Inflation is just transitory and will be coming down very soon once the multi-trillion dollar spending bill is passed!


Meauxjeaux
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Awesome context there.

I think that's the same map for how many OT 8's I've banged by state.
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Lonnie Utah
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I won't argue the premise of the OP, but offer an alternative analysis (being in one of the red states in the map). The graphic can also be explained by high fuel costs and transportation related issues. Alabama and Mississippi (along with Tx and La) are really the only states where that doesn't hold

Now the root of those issues is another story....
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Orange Velvet
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Looks almost like the election map.


NPComb
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I’ll have people that are being punished for their insolence for $500, Alex.


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Privateer 2007
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West coast and lib shitholes have crazy gas taxes.
Increases in price would reflect a lower amount of inflation.
Could be one factor influencing it.


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Stagliano
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Sounds like middle America needs more tools in their tool belt


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beerJeep
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Who is being punished the most by the Biden admin policies?


I mean. It does make rational sense….. it cost more to ship goods to the interior than it does to the coast. As fuel cost go up, it’s only rational for the routes that use more fuel will see more of a pinch.

I don’t doubt that bitch arse dementia joe and his retarded Mongoloid level directives are making it worse, but even in a vacuum the prices in the interior will see increases before the coast.


SDVTiger
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So basically everyone is catching to what are prices have been here

Crazy


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deltaland
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For some reason the legend didn’t copy with the map. It’s from a WSJ article today


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Privateer 2007
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West coast and lib shitholes have crazy gas taxes.
Increases in price would reflect a lower amount of inflation.
Could be one factor influencing it.


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deltaland
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mean. It does make rational sense….. it cost more to ship goods to the interior than it does to the coast. As fuel cost go up, it’s only rational for the routes that use more fuel will see more of a pinch.


This is true but doesn’t explain the gulf states that have the gulf and MS river to ship fuel and agriculture goods relatively cheaply


mtb010
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oh cool different colors, now what the hell are the numbers


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beerJeep
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This is true but doesn’t explain the gulf states that have the gulf and MS river to ship fuel and agriculture goods relatively cheaply


Eh, Louisiana and Texas are lighter and have a larger coastline with more deep water ports. Louisiana also has the Mississippi. I’m not sure on the numbers but it could be that Mississippi and Alabama simply don’t have enough goods coming through h their ports and instead rely on interstate truck travel.

I’m just spitballing baw

The south is also nationally low on the price index scale so any increase would be seen as a “larger” increase than other areas.

A 10 cent increase is felt more in the south than up north.

Idk
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aTmTexas Dillo
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Pretty map but not a lot of data to ponder.


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Inflation is just transitory and will be coming down very soon once the multi-trillion dollar spending bill is passed!



“The beatings will continue until morale improves!”
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