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yes the people in the right states have access to clean water but the poor dont have access to clean water so much


105% of people in China have access to clean water in China


Wherever it rains there is access to clean water.


The amount of people that have access to clean and safe water in kenya is 90%



most of the uk has access to clean water, but for the people who live on the streets they can still get clean water from taps on the streets


884 million people in ausralia have access to clean drinking water


Then people use dirty water, and get sick. That's why it is so important to help people learn how to clean their own water where possible (for instance by boiling it), or provide ways for rural communities to have access to clean water.


The percentage of people in Spain that have access to clean water is 100%. Spain has made efforts to ensure everyone gets clean water.


Over 90% of the population in Japan has access to clean, fresh water.


No, they do not have access to clean water


Around 5% of people in urban areas and 20% in rural areas of Malawi do not have access to clean water.



97 percent of the population in New Zealand have access to clean water. That is approximately 4,268,000 people out of the countries 4,400,000 people.


884 Million people lack access to clean water.


As of 2008, 88 per cent of the Indian population has access to clean water. India has a population of 1.2 billion people.


Most people in developed countries.


100%of them have access to clean water as they are a first world country as well as being part of the G8 countries


it's 100% of Australia have access to safe drinking water. Everyone in the whole country has access


There is no correct answer because every second people are drinking clean water..But, also every second people are drinking dirty water.


Japan is as advanced as America, of course they have access to clean, running water, however, like in all civilizations, the poor parts may not.


Every person in Finland has access to clean water, so the percetance is 100%.


Don't you mean, what are the reasons to HAVE access to clean drinking water? Which would be to prevent water-borne diseases which kill thousands of people each year.


I've been looking for a while, and I found was that 32% of people in Peru have access to clean water. I don't know if that's the total, or just the people living on the coast, or just people that have houses or anything.


About 1/5 1billion of the world can not access clean water work the rest out for yourself!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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