Its shows that 13.1 percent of respondents would have voted for the HU-LCD in March, compared to 12 percent in February. The conservatives improved their result within the margin of error.
Founded early this year, the Democratic Union "For Lithuania" climbed to the second place as it would have received 10.7 percent of votes in an election, compared to 8.7 percent in February.
The opposition Social Democratic Party of Lithuania comes in third with only marginally behind the Democrats with 10.2 percent (12.2 percent in February).
6.6 percent would have voted for the opposition Lithuanian Farmers and Greens Union in March (6.7 percent in February), while 6 percent would have voted for the Lithuanian Liberal Movement, part of the ruling coalition, (6 percent in February).
The Freedom and Justice Party would have received 4.7 percent (4.1 percent in February), followed by the Labor Party with 4.2 percent (6.5 percent in February) and the Freedom Party with 3.7 percent (4.5 percent in February).
8.5 percent would have voted for another party, 13.3 percent would have not voted at all, and 19 percent did not know who they would have voted for or did not answer the question.
The margin of error stands at 3.1 percent.