Poll: Americans Angry About Gas Prices

Americans are not just dissatisfied with the cost of gasoline, a sizable number are downright angry about it. And they might get madder still: Many are cutting back elsewhere to keep paying at the pump, and if prices hit $3 per gallon long-term, more than six in 10 say they'll have to reduce their driving. The public in some senses is being quite resilient in the face of $2.61 gas, a nominal high for the national average. Relatively few -- 22 percent -- are driving less now because of the cost...Full Story
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