Singer Justė Arlauskaitė-Jazzu has been named the most influential representative of the pop culture, according to a survey by Spinter Tyrimai for the delfi.lt news website.
Justė Arlauskaitė-Jazzu
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The public survey showed that the following artists also got in to the TOP-10: singers Andrius Mamontovas, Marijonas Mikutavičius, Egidijus Dragūnas-Sel, Džordana Butkutė, actress Jurgita Jurkutė, musician and performer Jurgis Didžiulis, actress and TV show hostess Inga Jankauskaitė, accordionist Martynas Levickis and journalist Edita Mildažytė.

Meanwhile, a separate survey of Lithuania's elite named Mikutavičius as the most influential representative of the popular culture in the country.

He is followed by Mamontovas, creator of humor shows Haroldas Mackevičius, TV show host Arūnas Valinskas and musician Didžiulis. Jazzu came in only sixth in this survey and was followed by show host Algis Ramanauskas-Greitai, influencers Agnė Jagelavičiūtė and Andrius Užkalnis and Dragūnas-Sel.

Spinter Tyrimai carried out its survey of 1,003 people for delfi.lt on June 19-27.

Reitingai polled 861 representatives of the elite on May 14-June 4.

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