Social Democrats up on popularity poll

The ruling Lithuanian Social Democratic Party saw an increase in popularity over the past month and would collect nearly a fourth of the vote (24.5 percent) in parliamentary elections, if they were held next Sunday.
Algirdas Butkevičius, Chairman of the Social Democrat party of Lithuania
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