23 percent of Lithuanian citizens said they were very satisfied and 46 percent were satisfied with the government's response. 13 percent were rather dissatisfied and 9 percent were completely dissatisfied.

Across the EU, 45 percent were satisfied with their country's response, while one third were rather dissatisfied.

Lithuanians tend to actively follow news about Russia's war in Ukraine, with 55 percent checking news several times a day, compared to 41 percent across the EU.

82 percent of Lithuanians back Ukraine's EU membership. Across the EU, 66 percent think so.

85 percent of Lithuanians strongly agree that the EU should reduce its dependence on Russian gas, matching the EU average.

The special Eurobarometer survey was carried out between April 19 and May 16 when 26,758 people were interviewed in 27 EU member states.

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