Less scepticism about situation in Lithuania

Four percent fewer people think the situation in Lithuania is bad, compared to survey results from last year, although scepticism grew 3 percent from the previous month. According to a survey this September, 34% of adult respondents thought that the situation in Lithuania was getting better, while 65% said that situation was getting worse.
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