Eighty-four percent of voters expressed support for designating the Birthplace of Rivers a national monument after hearing a brief description of the proposal. Only 11% oppose.
More than 4 in 5 voters think the government should play a role in preserving headwaters in West Virginia, with 58 percent saying the government should play a major role.
Democrats (86%) and Republicans (77%) and Independents (87%) support efforts to establish a Birthplace of Rivers National Monument that would highlight the state’s natural beauty, preserve traditional land uses like hunting and fishing, and protect important sources of drinking water.
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