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Our exclusive ITV News Index poll carried out with Comres makes challenging reading for the coalition - and George Osborne in particular.
In a poll of 2,020 adults conducted by ComRes, 55 per cent agreed with the statement that Cameron was 'wrong' to propose military action in Syria, 22 per cent disagreed and 23 per cent did not know.
In the same poll, 59 per cent agreed with the statement that Cameron had behaved 'recklessly by publicly proposing military action in Syria without knowing that he had the support of Parliament'. 21 per cent disagreed and 20 per cent did not know.
The British public does not want to see the UK acting unilaterally on Syria, with more than half (55%) saying Britain should not "go it alone", according to an ITV News poll.
That compared to only 15% who say Britain should “go it alone” if it is proved Assad regime's used chemical weapons.
The majority of people said they do not know if the overthrow of Syrian leader Bashar Assad and replacement with a rebel government would be a good thing for either Syrian (62%) or British interests (67%).
The ITV News Index was carried out by ComRes.
Opposition to British military involvement is far higher among older people than in younger generations, according to the ITV News Index, carried out by ComRes.
More than three in five (62%) people over the age of 65 disagree with the use of British ground troops in the event that the Syrian government used chemical weapons on its own people.
That compares to only 18% of 18-24 year olds and 25% of 25-34 year olds.
The British public is evenly divided on whether to take military intervention in Syria, according to an ITV News poll carried out by ComRes.
The poll found 35% agree and 35% disagree that foreign governments should not intervene in the country in the wake of the claimed chemical attacks by the Assad regime.
Nearly half of Britons (45%) agree that world leaders must help Syrian civilians under attack.
But two fifths (40%) do not want to see British ground troops in Syria if the gas attack is proven to have been the work of the Assad regime, compared to 30% who would support the use of troops.
A quarter of British adults believe that Labour leader Ed Miliband can be ruthless when he wants to be, according to the ITV News Index.
Of 2,034 British adults interviewed by ComRes, 32 per cent disagreed with the statement and 43 per cent didn't know.
72 per cent of British adults believe Ed Miliband should spend more time outlining what Labour would do in government if they won the next General Election, according to an ITV News Index poll.
The poll of 2,034 British adults, conducted by ComRes, states six per cent disagreed with the statement and 22 per cent did not know.
43 per cent of people think Labour cannot be trusted with the economy, according to the ITV News Index.
Of the 2,034 British adults polled by ComRes, 31 per cent disagreed with the statement and 26 per cent did not know.
Almost half of voters appear to believe that Labour would do better without Ed Miliband as leader, according to an ITV News Index carried out by ComRes.
44 per cent agreed with the statement that 'Labour would have a better chance in the next General Election without Ed Miliband as party leader'.
16 per cent disagreed with the statement and 40 per cent did not know.
ComRes interviewed 2,034 British adults online between the 16th and 18th of August.
Two-fifths of the British public say they are more likely to consider holidaying in the UK next year rather than abroad given the recent hot weather, according to the ITV News Index carried out by ComRes.
ComRes interviewed 2,049 British adults online between 26th to 28th July 2013.
More than one in ten British workers have missed work in order to enjoy the recent hot weather, according to the ITV News Index carried out by ComRes.
Of those workers questioned, 44% said they had been "less productive" at work during this period.
ComRes interviewed 2,049 British adults between 19 and 21 July.