Here's the score when it comes to "per capita" water use between the 1% (150) vs the 99% (-45)
Places where one or two people occupy cavernous mausoleums with 10 plus toilets, football sized plush lawns, and olympic sized pools consume 3 times the water that 4 or more people living in matchbox sized homes with 1 toilet, postage stamp sized yards and kiddie pools.
Residents in communities such as La Cañada Flintridge, Newport Beach, Malibu and Palos Verdes all used more than 150 gallons of water per capita per day in January. By contrast, working-class Santa Ana used just 38 gallons, and communities in southeastern L.A. County used less than 45.
In well-to-do areas, per-capita use far exceeds that of the less affluent.