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The issue of access to portable public water supply in the last three decades has been a topical issue of high interest to several individuals, co mmunit ies, organizat ions and governments. In the face of dwindling and depleting water resources, there is the general concern of how people will have unhindered access to portable water supply. This paper against this background examined differences in public perception of access to portable water supply on the basis of some socio-economic anddoi:10.5923/j.ajee.20120206.01 fatcat:qhtzytr64raaxlifuneuxb3zw4