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Water Attitudes and Perceptions in Oklahoma: Results of a Statewide Survey. Damian C. Adams , Asst. Prof., Department of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University Mike D. Smolen ,

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water attitudes and perceptions in oklahoma results of a statewide survey

Water Attitudes and Perceptions in Oklahoma: Results of a Statewide Survey

Damian C. Adams,

Asst. Prof., Department of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University

Mike D. Smolen,

Prof. & Water Quality Coordinator, Department of Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering, Oklahoma State University

Robert L. Mahler,

Prof. & Water Quality Coordinator, Department of Soil Science, University of Idaho

overview
Overview
  • Funded by Southern Regional Water Program – USDA/CSREES
  • Evaluate attitudes & perceptions on water
  • Surveys in 6 states – Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee and Florida
  • 54 questions on water quality and quantity
survey implementation
Survey Implementation
  • Respondent class: equal male/female, over 18, otherwise balanced to 2000 US Census
  • Dillman (2005) survey method: Pre-survey introductory letter, pre-survey reminder post cards, mailed surveys, additional reminders and follow-ups
  • July/August 2008
  • 272/500 completed (54.5% response rate)
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Very high importance, conflicting uses
  • Preferences & perceptions differ by community size & other demographics
  • Uncertainty & concern for current/future supplies
  • Education/Awareness opportunities
  • Analysis ongoing…

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