Over half Lithuanians think situation in country getting worse

More than half of Lithuanians (52 percent) believe the situation in the country has gotten worse recently, whereas 42 percent say the situation has been improving. Two percent of those polled have no opinion on it, a Baltijos Tyrimai poll, commissioned by ELTA and conducted on 15-30 July, shows.
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