CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Nearly 500 people took a lengthy survey about the chemical crisis from Jan. 9.

Monday night, the results were revealed and the overwhelming consensus seems to be a lack of trust when it comes to the West Virginia American Water and the state and local governments.

The survey, which was mainly done by phone, was divided into four categories: physical effects, psychosocial effects, economic impacts and the amount of trust placed in those involved.

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