12 takeaways from new Water Foundation poll of 12 Western states

12 takeaways from new Water Foundation poll of 12 Western states A new Water Foundation poll of voters in 12 Western states has found a convergence of opinion on water problems and solutions. To be sure, there are partisan, geographic, and demographic differences in the sprawling, diverse region, but overall the results point to more [...]

Nearly half of Americans are “water savvy conservationists”

Nearly half of Americans are "water savvy conservationists" Researchers at the University of Florida have classified Americans into three buckets, so to speak, when it comes to outdoor water conservation. In bucket number one are the "water savvy conservationists" who are most likely to be miserly in their outdoor irrigation. They adopt practices such as [...]

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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 a civic duty. The slide below (see our gallery for other images) shows that in 2014 and 2015, more than [...]

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 since 2003. The utility’s surveys include questions on cost, quality, drought responses, personal conservation actions, treated effluent, and more. It [...]