Americans look at how inflation and rising prices affect everyday life
Americans look at how inflation and rising prices affect everyday life

Americans look at how inflation and rising prices affect everyday life

John Harriger loves a good steak, but these days it’s an expense he can no longer afford.

The 66-year-old Virginian has lived off Social Security since he suffered a work-related back injury in 1994. In all, Harriger and his wife make $1,800 a month.

With food prices rising 13.5% over the past 12 months and gas prices above $3.39, Harriger was forced to cut back. He cut back to two meals a day instead of three: usually a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for lunch, trout for dinner if a friend had a good day fishing.

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