Not as much water on the brain

A new PPIC poll released tonight shows that 59 percent of California adults consider water to be a “big problem” — a high number, but coming down from a record-high 68 percent in October.

It appears all of that December rain washed this issue away, as far as some folks are concerned.

Not surprisingly, though, residents in the Central Valley know what’s up. Sixty-eight percent of Valley residents in the new survey still call water a “big problem.”

Los Angeles, where water conservation efforts lagged last fall, tied with the Inland Empire for the lowest level of concern with 55 percent of residents in “big problem” territory.

It’ll be interesting to see where all these numbers end up after another winter/spring saturated with news stories like this one.

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