Presentation: Insights on Customer Attitudes Toward Water
I recently delivered a presentation on water-related public opinion to the annual meeting of the California Water Association in Monterey.
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I boiled down my research into seven points:
- Americans are very worried about their water
- Flint and drought have impacted public opinion
- Water is less partisan than many other issues
- Many favor water conservation and see it as their civic duty
- Americans are willing to pay to fix their water infrastructure
- Water is seen as a good value, but people are wary of rate increases
- Communications are critical for recycled water
This isn’t an exhaustive list of findings, but simply some of the highlights I thought would be of interest to the audience.
The California Water Association represents the state’s investor-owned water companies, which supply nearly 6 million people in California.
I’m available to present to other groups and meetings, either virtually or in person, so if you have a need for a speaker, feel free to reach out!
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