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We All Agree on Clean Water

Posted October 12, 2015 in Articles

Stealing this one from our friends over at the Value of Water. The reason is because we love the data provided here. According to one of the agency’s recent national polls:

  • 82% of respondents think it’s extremely important/important to invest in strategies and programs that develop sustainable water supplies. The specific breakout:
    • 54% said its extremely important
    • 27% said it’s important
    • 16% said it’s somewhat important
    • Only 3% said it’s not at all important

This is a major reason the ReWa invests so much time and energy in teaching people about the need for clean water. The people know and we know it. Clean water is important.