California water polling

Here are blog posts we’ve written about water-related public opinion polling in California.

New PPIC poll finds less concern over California’s water supply

New PPIC water poll finds less concern over state's supply A new poll from the Public Policy Institute of California has found that Californians' concerns about their water supply have decreased since wetter weather has [...]

Measuring the yuck factor: recycled water and public opinion

Measuring the yuck factor: recycled water and public opinion Some people call it "purified water." Others deride the process of turning wastewater into potable supplies as "toilet to tap." Whatever you call it, recycling sewage [...]

Do the right thing: water conservation as civic duty

Do the right thing: water conservation as civic duty When I looked through the results of the San Diego County Water Authority's polling, one finding that jumped out was how many residents see saving water as [...]

USC-LA Times poll: Californians spread blame for water woes

USC-LA Times poll: Californians spread blame around for water woes A fall 2015 poll by USC and the Los Angeles Times found that 35% of state residents felt the drought was having a “major impact” [...]

Insights from the San Diego County Water Authority’s polls

What San Diego residents think about water Although it only covers one part of one state, the San Diego County Water Authority’s polling on water issues is very detailed and has been publicly reported for most years [...]

Water tops economy in some Public Policy Institute of California polls

Californians troubled by water and drought The Public Policy Institute of California regularly polls state residents and sometimes asks them about water issues. Although some questions have only been asked periodically, the PPIC poll results show persistent high levels [...]

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