President Biden’s poll numbers have risen accordingly….
The national average for a gallon of regular gas has dropped every single day since soaring to a record high of $5.02 a gallon on June 14, according to AAA.
This 70-day streak of falling prices at the pump is the second longest on record going back to 2005, Bespoke Investment Group noted in a report titled “The Great American Summer of Falling Gas Prices.”
The national average for regular gas dipped on Tuesday to $3.89 a gallon, down from $4.38 a month ago.
Although prices are 73 cents higher than a year ago, the recent drop is significant, especially given the inflation alarm bells set off by the surge above $5 just two months ago.
The only longer streak since 2005 lasted 117 days and ended in January 2015, according to Bespoke. Moreover, the percentage decline in gas prices so far this month is the steepest at this point in August on record, the report found….