Lithuanians are at the bottom of the list of EU countries when comes to happiness with family life, according a Eurobarometer survey.
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Seventy-nine percent of respondents in Lithuania said last autumn they were happy with their family life, the second lowest percentage in the EU after Bulgaria's 74 percent and well below the EU average of 91 percent.

Denmark tops the list with 99 percent, followed by Ireland and Malta with 97 percent each.

Seventy-five percent of Lithuanians said they were happy living in their country, below the EU average of 89 percent, and 80 percent said they were happy living in the bloc, above the EU average of 78 percent.

TNS LT interviewed 1,003 respondents in Lithuania for the Eurobarometer survey in late September to early October.

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