Inflation is a word that fills many with dread.
A recent Harris Poll found that 55% of Americans are worried about inflation and what it will do to their cost of living. And it’s not we’re still waiting around for inflation -- so many expenses are already elevated.
It’s no surprise people are afraid. The most recent inflation reading from the Consumer Price Index came in at 6.8%, recording the highest year-over-year increase since 1982.
So, we ask you, readers and viewers: When it comes to inflation, or even when you hear the word, what do you think of first? Or better yet, what’s affecting your life the most?
Is it ...
- Not being able to keep up with rising costs, and needing more money from your job, for seemingly everything?
- Or something specific, like grocery costs?
- Gas or vehicle costs?
- Childcare prices?
- An item we haven’t listed here?
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.