The third year of rule by the Biden-Harris regime begins with another Cost of Living (CPI) jump.
The January consumer price index is up 6.4 percent from a year earlier and far higher than when President Trump was in office.
In Democrat led cities, the growth in CPI was especially greater.
The overall consumer price index climbed 0.5 percent in January, the most in three months.
To determine the difference in inflation growth between 23 major metropolitan statistical areas, WalletHub compared key metrics related to the CPI to one year prior to assess how inflation changed in the long-term.
Below are the cities where inflation has increased the most from the latest month to one year prior.
Cities with most long-term growth to inflation
1. Miami: 9.9 percent
2. Phoenix: 9.5 percent
3. Tampa, Fla.: 8.9 percent
4. Seattle: 8.4 percent
5. Atlanta: 8.1 percent
6. Dallas: 7.5 percent
7. Riverside, Calif.: 7.3 percent
8. San Diego: 6.4 percent
Boston: 6.4 percent
Denver: 6.4 percent
Philadelphia: 6.4 percent