A Texas Tribune / University of Texas poll released today shows a majority of Texans are in favor of a constitutional amendment to  pay for water projects. The poll shows 52 percent of people would vote in favor of water funding. That’s compared to 19 percent of people who are opposed and 24 percent who have not decided.

The amendment, known as Proposition 6, would pull $2 billion from the economic stabilization fund to pay for infrastructure. The measure has drawn bipartisan support from the state’s top leaders, including Gov. Rick Perry and House Speaker Joe Straus.

Supporters have been working to get the word out about the ballot measure, but it seems they might still have a lot of work to do. The TT/UT poll also shows only 9 percent of voters have heard a lot about the amendments they’ll be asked to approve in November. About 43 percent have heard some information and 32 percent said they haven’t heard very much. Fifteen percent responded that they have heard nothing at all.