The original concept started with Jessi Olson back when oil was at $140/barrel and gasoline was over $4/gallon
Even though the economy shows very few signs of restarting, the price of oil is back up over $60/barrel after hitting a low of nearly $35/barrel, and gasoline in Milwaukee is already tickling $2.60/gallon after a couple months of being well below $2/gallon. Somehow, I don’t think it’s a coincidence that in that time frame, the Democrats in Congress and the Obama administration have restored every last roadblock to oil exploration and exploitation that resulted in the record prices last summer.
With that in mind, I’ve started up a new poll. It’s rather simple – when will gas prices in Milwaukee lead with a “1″ again?
When will the number 1 once again lead the price of regular unleaded gasoline in Milwaukee?
Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed
- When it climbs above $9.99/gallon. (75%, 66 Vote(s))
- When it dips below $2.00/gallon. (25%, 22 Vote(s))
Total Voters: 88