Almost nine of every 10 Texans are concerned that water supplies will be exhausted, given current weather trends and the prospect for worsening drought conditions, according to a new poll.

The survey by the non-profit group Texas 2036 found that 88% of registered voters voiced strong concerns about future access to water. The poll comes just months after the Office of the State Climatologist warned that days are growing hotter year-round and nights aren’t cooling down as much as they used to, providing less relief from the heat.

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