The British public is divided about this week's public sector strike action, a poll conducted for ITV News by ComRes has found.
In the poll of 2,053 adults, results were split with as many people saying workers are right to go on strike (40%) as they are wrong to do so (41%).
Much of the opposition to the strikes comes from older Britons aged 65 and older, with 65% of those polled in that age range saying workers were wrong to take industrial action.
Union leaders said they were "overwhelmed" by support after a strike by public sector workers caused widespread disruption.
David Cameron, Michael Gove and other Government figures depicted in a variety of unflattering manners by striking public sector workers.
Hundreds of schools are to close tomorrow as teachers join strike action. Find out what schools in your area are affected.