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Arizona Report

Voters in Arizona say the most significant factors in choosing their home state are the healthy, outdoor lifestyle and a clean environment. Voters there also point to the ability to live near and enjoy public lands as significant a factor as economic opportunities. Arizonans also strongly support a proposal to protect more than one million acres of existing public lands that surround the Grand Canyon.  

Read the full Arizona report here.

Conservation in the West Poll Arizona Press Release- February 10th, 2015

Excerpt from Arizona Report:

"Fully 89% say that the low levels of water in rivers is a serious problem, with 61% calling it an extremely or very serious problem ten points higher than said the same last year. Fully 87% say that inadequate water supplies are a serious problem and 58% categorize it as extremely or very serious problem - 12 points higher than said the same in 2013. Voters also view the amount of pollution in the state’s rivers, lakes, and streams as an issue that needs to be addressed (83% serious; 45% extremely or very serious)."

 

View the 2014 Conservation in the West Poll Arizona Report here.

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