The controversy about elevated levels of lead in Flint’s drinking water has sparked significant concern about water quality across Michigan, a new statewide survey shows.

More than 90 percent of those surveyed want the state to examine urban water systems for indications of faulty infrastructure and 84 percent want the state to test the water in public schools at least annually.

The survey was done for the independent public policy research firm Public Sector Consultants and Ann Arbor-based Michigan Public Radio.

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