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Although there has been much debate about the economic and political effects of rising gasoline...
Although there has been much debate about the economic and political effects of rising gasoline costs, studies indicate that while consumers get angry, the issue doesn't have a particularly big influence on whom they'll vote for. A major reason is that there is division as to whether politicians are even responsible.
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