Members of the civil servant union Prospect in Jersey have voted in favour of possible industrial action over an ongoing States pay row.
93% of respondents to a recent survey carried out by the union said they would support industrial action.
The dispute is between the States of Jersey and employees including nurses, teachers and civil servants after unions across the sectors rejected the latest pay offers.
Jersey States' Chief Executive, Charlie Parker responded to the rejections saying "there is no more money", which Prospect disagreed with.
Terry Renouf from Prospect says the other unions are in a similar situation...
Since the result was announced, the States of Jersey released this statement: