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How do U.S. voters feel about water infrastructure?

How do U.S. voters feel about water infrastructure?

May 6, 2021 at 6:03 am 0 comments

The Value of Water Campaign has released the results of its sixth annual poll aimed at understanding voters’ views on water issues, including water infrastructure, support for investment and confidence and support for water systems. According to the results, across all demographics, Americans strongly support water infrastructure investment and 78 percent of voters support (withRead More

‘Imagine a Day Without Water’ advocacy day returns this week

‘Imagine a Day Without Water’ advocacy day returns this week

October 19, 2020 at 9:42 am 0 comments

The sixth annual ‘Imagine a Day Without Water,’ advocacy day is returning this Wednesday, Oct. 21, with likely thousands of individuals, companies and organizations expected to take part in highlighting the importance of water and the need for investment. Imagine a Day Without Water is a national education campaign thatRead More

New report offers grim details on underinvestment in U.S. water infrastructure

New report offers grim details on underinvestment in U.S. water infrastructure

August 26, 2020 at 3:11 pm 0 comments

A new economic study finds that cost of water and wastewater failures will be significantly higher in 20 years for American households. According to the new report released last week by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and Value of Water Campaign, the United States is underinvesting in itsRead More

Poll: 84 percent of Americans want investment in water

Poll: 84 percent of Americans want investment in water

April 28, 2020 at 10:30 am 0 comments

A new poll by the Value of Water Campaign released today shows that 84 percent of American voters want state and federal leaders to invest in water infrastructure. The near-unanimous support amid the COVID-19 pandemic reveals that voters value water and want elected officials to prioritize investing in infrastructure —Read More

Poll shows widespread voter support for bipartisan investment in water

Poll shows widespread voter support for bipartisan investment in water

April 22, 2019 at 8:45 am 0 comments

Earlier this month the Value of Water Campaign released the results from its fourth annual national poll to gauge U.S. voter opinions on water infrastructure. The poll found continual, significant bipartisan support for water infrastructure investments: 85 percent of American voters support increasing federal water infrastructure investment. The need for capital waterRead More

Poll: 88 percent of Americans want more federal investment in water

Poll: 88 percent of Americans want more federal investment in water

April 23, 2018 at 11:12 am 0 comments

The Value of Water Campaign recently released the results from its third annual national poll demonstrating steadfast bipartisan support for water infrastructure, irrespective of the cost. The results are in and 88 percent of Americans voters agree: Now is the time to invest in the nation’s water infrastructure. The pollRead More

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Poll: Americans demand federal action on infrastructure

May 16, 2017 at 12:43 pm 0 comments

The Value of Water Campaign recently released the results to a new poll that reveals Americans’ level of satisfaction with infrastructure systems and emphasis being placed on prioritizing critical projects by the federal government. The poll, commissioned by the Value of Water Campaign, found that more than any other issue, AmericansRead More

Report: Closing investment gap would create jobs, spur economy

Report: Closing investment gap would create jobs, spur economy

March 22, 2017 at 5:08 pm 0 comments

In a new report released Wednesday by the Value of Water Campaign, an economic impact analysis examines how investments in the nation’s water infrastructure affect economic growth and employment. The report, “The Economic Benefits of Investing in Water Infrastructure” was shared for the first time as part of a WorldRead More