Pain At The Pump

The average American household burns through an estimated 1,100 gallons of motor fuel each year. And now that gas prices are on the rise — again — Americans are feeling the financial strain. In some states the average price of a gallon of gas is over $4, but those residents aren’t feeling the pain as badly as those in states with a low median income. ColumnFiveMedia examine average fuel price and annual income by state with Mint to find out who is spending the most at the pump.


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