People come to Florida for more than just Disney - after all, we are home to some of the nation's best beaches. Unfortunately, with all the added tourism it also increases pollution, and our water quality is starting to suffer. While most of Florida ranks "moderate" for water pollution, Jacksonville seems to be the worst - ranking "high" in water pollution.\nAccording to the information on Numbeo, a data comparison crowd-sourced global database, Jacksonville ranked worse than Tampa, Orlando, and Miami for water pollution. The overall water quality also ranks low for Jacksonville.\nYou can see a greater breakdown of the study results below (Jacksonville vs. Orlando):\nNumbeo\nWhile Jacksonville may rank behind the other cities with water quality, you can take a breath of fresh air; the air pollution is low making the air quality above average.\nView this post on Instagram Let’s hear it for this clean-up cutie 👏🏽😍🔥 #BabesAgainstLitter A post shared by Handsome People, Clean Planet! (@peoplepickuplitter) on May 27, 2019 at 8:53am PDT\nAccording to the website, these data are based on perceptions of visitors of this website in the past 3 years and if the value is 0, it means it is perceived as very low, and if the value is 100, it means it is perceived as very high.\nThis news may come as a concern to many, especially after last year's extraordinarily long bout of red tide. If you are concerned about the water and would like to do something to help save the environment you can partake in one of the many beach and waterway cleanups scheduled in the near future. Click here to see the schedule of clean up events.\nMore information about this study can be found here.