Only 47 percent of Americans are extremely or very confident about the safety of their drinking water, according to a new poll released Saturday. Thirty-three percent said they were modestly confident and 18 percent said they weren’t very or at all confident, according to the Associated Press-GfK survey. What if the issues in Flint and Jackson, MS are all a test, to get Americans to drink water that's for sale in America's super markets? If I can remember a couple years back the CEO of NESTLE said that all fresh water on Earth should be for sale. Something along those lines If I remember correctly. Or could this be a form of eugenics, because the problem of lead in drinking water is mainly happening in cities that are mostly populated by African Americans. Drink some water that is from a filter, I drink from Culligan. After drinking water from a filtered source, then drink regular tap water. After doing so tell me what source of water you trust more. The filtered water or government tap water. If you do this test you'll see what I mean.