Answer = Black Americans
High energy prices harm lower- and fixed-income Americans because it takes a larger share of their income than households with greater income. Households with the lowest incomes are hurt the most.
Black households have the lowest average incomes and highest unemployment among demographic groups.
A study by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce estimated that climate change regulations like the EPA’s recently announced new rules for existing power plants will result in added electricity expenses of $17 billion a year through 2030.
That $17 billion in added costs are going to hurt black families a lot more than Obama’s billionaire donors such Tom Steyer – a big climate change activist.
For 2012, the study found the average income of black households were 33 percent lower than the average income of white households.
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