Seventy two per cent of Scots are against air strikes in Syria, according to a poll.

A poll by voteScotland and voteEngland showed a majority of Scots are against David Cameron's proposal to extend air strikes against IS in Syria.

Over 2,300 Scots have already voted in the poll, which was due to end ahead of the Commons vote today.

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In England, 54% of those polled backed the PM's plans.

VoteScotland voteEngland arenew online polling organisations which are based on registered voters.

Cameron is due to hold a vote on extending air strikes in Syria today.

Nicola Stugeon and Angus Robertson have already confirmed that the SNP will oppose extending the air strikes.

Labour MPs have been given a free vote on the issue after leader Jeremy Corbyn's opposition to the air strikes caused a rift in the party.