Water, like energy, is a key input into any economy. With disparity in water availability as well as quality from nation to another, water is a local issue. Since we use international trade in goods to meet the needs of the world’s populations, water is a global, collective resource. It has been warned by the United Nations that water use is growing at twice the rate of population growth. Unless this trend is reversed, two-thirds of the global population will face water “stress” by 2025. In light of this, sharing water in a sustainable manner amongst so many of us is one of the greatest challenges we confront in the 21st century. This paper tried to analyze the pattern of water footprint on the basis of income level of people and their dietary habits. To reveal the relation between income level and water footprint, correlation has been applied to the data from 2019.