​5 charts show what Canadians are thinking about higher gasoline prices

A new Angus Reid survey found that the vast majority of Canadian drivers have witnessed gas prices going up where they live, and fully one-in-three (33%) who have noticed an increase say they are struggling to keep up.

Across the country, there is considerable disagreement over the reasons for the increasing cost of filling up. Federally, Conservative-minded Canadians overwhelmingly blame government taxes, while supporters of other federal parties are more likely to point a finger at oil companies trying to maximize profits.

Here’s a look at five key charts from the Angus Reid survey.

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