A new Field Poll shows almost two-thirds of Californians surveyed support Governor Jerry Brown's urban water reduction plan. Ed Joyce reports from Sacramento.
The Field Poll says nearly 89-percent of people surveyed believe the current water shortage in California is serious, with 66-percent saying the drought is ‘extremely serious.’
But 44-percent of homeowners said it would be difficult for them to cut household water use.
About 70 percent said it would be a serious problem for them if their local water district raised household water bills by 15 or 25 percent.