Water Issues in Texas: A Survey of Public Perceptions and Attitudes about Water

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Publication
Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
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Overview

This publication describes the results of a survey of Texas residents that evaluated their awareness of, attitudes about, and willingness to act on water issues. Respondents answered questions about water quality, the conditions that affect local water quality, and the effectiveness of efforts to protect water quality. They also answered questions about water quantity and their interest in water issues. The complete survey (59 questions) is included. The results of this survey will be useful to citizens, local governments, state agencies, and policymakers in planning for the future. (40 pages)

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