In an article assessing the relevance of the Flint water crisis in the 2020 election, POLITICO highlighted For Our Future’s survey findings in Michigan in 2018 which found that water quality and infrastructure are top concerns of Michiganders.
“And voters throughout the state are concerned their infrastructure could fail. They rank water quality the No. 2 issue, right behind school funding, according to a 2018 survey conducted by For Our Future, a progressive grassroots organization. It was pivotal in the 2018 gubernatorial race and midterms, in which Democrats who pushed for aggressive water safety plans ousted Republicans.”