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Slightly more than eight out of ten Lithuanians think that the situation in the country is getting worse, a poll conducted by Baltijos Tyrimai for the public broadcaster LRT has found.
Eight in ten Lithuanians think situation in country is getting worse
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Eighty-four percent of respondents said in late October and early November that things in Lithuania had been turning for the worse recently, down by six percentage points from 90 percent who thought so in September.

The percentage of those who said that things in the country were generally improving rose to 15 percent, up by six points from nine percent in the previous poll.

One percent of respondents in the latest poll said they did not know.

Fifty-two percent of respondents said that the situation in their municipality was improving and 34 percent said that things were getting worse. Fourteen percent said they did not know.

Baltijos Tyrimai polled 1,021 people aged 18 and over between October 26 and November 8. The results of the poll have an error margin of 3.1 percent.

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