- A growing number of voters - 88 percent - believe U.S. water infrastructure needs reform; an 8 percent increase since 2010.
- More than three-quarters of Americans are concerned about U.S. water infrastructure.
- Nearly 90 percent of Americans reported having personally felt the impact of water shortages and contamination.
- Despite recent rate increases, 61 percent of Americans are willing to pay a little more each month to upgrade U.S. water infrastructure. Americans are willing to pay an average of $7.70 more per month, up from $6.20 more per month in 2010.
- Eighty-eight percent of Americans believe that Federal, state or local government should be held accountable for fixing water infrastructure problems.
Xylem Inc. Value Of Water Index Reveals Americans Willing To Pay More To Improve U.S. Water Infrastructure
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