Heartland America Suffers: Inland Red States Are Seeing the Highest Levels of Inflation

Heartland America Suffers: Inland Red States Are Seeing the Highest Levels of Inflation


Since President Joe Biden took office about 10 months ago, the country as a whole has faced a surge in consumer prices. A new report suggests inland states are feeling the effects of inflation most heavily.

On Tuesday, Fox Business’ Grady Trimble reported on the levels of inflation in each of the 50 states.

Nineteen states fell in the highest inflation category, with rates between 7 and 7.5 percent. All 19 of those were inland states rather than coastal ones.

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In addition, 14 of the states in the highest inflation category voted for former President Donald Trump in the 2020 election.

The list included North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri.

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