Wisconsin has the distinction of having the lowest gas prices in the nation.
A survey by the website gasbuddy.com found the average price is $1.42 for a gallon of unleaded, down 15 cents since last week. One station in Waukesha is under a dollar a gallon. Oil-producer Oklahoma is behind Wisconsin in second at $1.45 per gallon.
Senior Petroleum Analyst Patrick DeHaan says with schools and businesses shut down, the demand for gasoline has plummeted.
Besides lower demand, DeHaan says the second and third top oil producing nations, Saudi Arabia..