Where in the US did gasoline rise the most in June?


In the state of Ohio, the gallon of gasoline rose an average of ¢73 cents in the month of June.

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Inflation continues unabated in the country. The most recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed a new record for reach 9.1% during the month of June, surpassing the 8.6% of May, 8.5% of March and 8.3% of April. It is the highest mark in 40 years.

One of the items that has impacted the pockets of Americans the most is gasoline. In the past month it even reached $5 dollars on average per gallon nationwide, while in some areas of the state of California it was less than ¢20 cents from reaching $7 dollars.

Although the situation for today, Wednesday, July 13, has eased a bit, by registering an average price of $4.63 per gallon nationwide, the value is still high if one considers that a year ago the gallon cost $3.14 dollars. On a year-on-year basis, fuel has risen 59.9%

According to the most recent report of the United States Energy Information Administration (EIA), at the national level the average gallon rose ¢48 cents from May to June. In some parts of the country, the price increase has been more strongly felt.

1. Colorado

In this state the gallon of gasoline rose on average ¢73 cents In the month of June. The average price per gallon is $4.92 dollars.

2.Ohio

In Ohio gasoline increased ¢68 cents. The average price per gallon is $4.95 dollars.

3. Minnesota

In the state of Minnesota, the average gallon of gasoline rose ¢64 cents. The average price per gallon is $4.74 dollars.

4.Washington

In Washington the increase per gallon it was ¢54 cents. The average price per gallon is $5.44 dollars.

5.Texas

In this state the gasoline it rose on average ¢51 cents per gallon. The average price per gallon is $4.67 dollars.

6.California

For June gasoline rose on average ¢42 cents. The average price per gallon is $6.29 dollars.

7. Massachusetts

In this region the average price per gallon increased ¢44 cents from May to June. The average price per gallon is $5.07 dollars.

8. Florida

In the state of Florida the gallon of gasoline rose ¢38 cents on average. The average price per gallon is $4.80 dollars.

9.New York

The increase in New York it was ¢24 cents. The average price per gallon is $4.95 dollars.

The drastic increase in prices has led to the illegal extraction and sale of fuel, known in Mexico as “Huachicoleo”.

We present some establishments in the country that offer gas rewards in the country.

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Source-laopinion.com