High gas prices apparently aren't the biggest worry on our minds right now. That's according to a statewide survey by the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute, which found the economy and the war top the list of concerns for people in Wisconsin.
For instance, 24-percent said strengthening the economy and creating jobs are their top priority. About 12-percent cite the War in Iraq, according to Institute President Jim Miller. Only three percent of those surveyed listed high gas prices as their top priority.
Miller says people in the state have been concerned about the price of gasoline for several years, so many have learn to accept that prices are higher. He says we're not happy about them, but we deal with them.