Online survey seeks Minneapolis residents’ drinking water habits
The average person drinks about 64 ounces of water a day. How much do you drink? And where do you get that water?
The City of Minneapolis is conducting an online survey to get answers to what source residents go to get a glass of thirst-quenching water. Although this survey is geared to Minneapolis water customers, the survey is open to anyone who works in or visits Minneapolis. This is a short survey of about 10 to 11 questions, and it should take less than five minutes to complete.
The purpose of the survey is to give the City a general understanding of water consumption in Minneapolis. The survey does not ask people to identify themselves or provide contact information.
The survey is open through June 15, 2009.
Published May. 11, 2009