The survey shows that the Romanians (79 percent) and the Latvians (76 percent) are the most likely to say they feel the war's impact on their wellbeing. And the Czechs (58 percent), the Austrians (61 percent), and the Serbs and the Hungarians (64 percent each) feel they are least affected.

In Lithuania, 600 people aged between 18 and 65 were interviewed during the survey that was carried out on June 1-9.

Kantar also surveyed residents of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Latvia, Poland, Hungary, Austria, Bulgaria and Serbia.

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