“America” does not have one unified water supply, nor do any but the smallest nations, so there is no way to characterize a complete nation’s water supply beyond some vague averages. Further, “best” is subjective: best tasting (subjective opinion), least contaminants, shortest period of contamination when it does occur, most uniformly available, cheapest? Those and others are ways of looking at “best.”
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Rigibson is right in that in all countries, the water supply will differ amongst cities and provinces. On the whole, the United States have safe and palatable tap water. To try to give you some help, here’s Forbes’ list of the top 10 cities with the best (cleanest by their definition) drinking water in the U.S., with Des Moines, Iowa coming out on top.
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