29% of Californians say inflation is no hardship. Who are these people?

Buzz: One poll found 29% of Californians surveyed said inflation was “no hardship” to them or anyone in their household.

Source: My trusty spreadsheet reviewed a political opinion poll of 1,705 California adult residents conducted Sept. 2-12 by the Public Policy Institute of California


Yes, this is an age where few folks agree on much. And the poll does say most Californians feel financial hardships from the worst bout of inflation in 40 years.

But who could be so lucky — or so detached from reality — to claim no hardships from $5-a-gallon gasoline, hefty utility bills, $5-a-pound butter, or economy plane fares at business-class prices?

Well, surveys

→ Continue reading at Silicon Valley

More from author

Related posts


Latest posts

Bellarmine builds huge lead, rolls past St. Ignatius in WCAL opener

SAN JOSE, CA – SEPTEMBER 23: Bellarmine College Prep’s Ben Pfaff (23) celebrates his touchdown with teammates Mitch Brown (75)...

Top-ranked Serra stays hungry, beats St. Francis with a big second half

St. Francis High’s Aaron Sundelius (36) tackles Serra High’s Nick Spink (73) during the Serra at St. Francis football game...

2 Best Stocks of All Time!

This bear market has me thinking back to my 2 best trades of all time. That being when I bought Amazon (AMZN) and Booking...