Over 2.6 million people in the three Baltic states of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia watched at least one broadcast of the Eurovision song contest last week, TNS LT market research company said.
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According to the press release, some 1.157 million residents of Lithuania, 770,000 residents of Latvia and 682,000 Estonian residents had switched on the semifinals and the grand finals broadcast on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday last week at least for a short while.

The Eurovision finals on Saturday, which featured entries of all three Baltic nations, drew a total audience of nearly 2 million viewers in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. In Estonia, the ratings of the finals stood at 26 percent, while the ratings of the broadcasts in Lithuania and Latvia were also record-high at 17 percent and 16 percent, respectively.

Meanwhile, the 2014 ratings of the Eurovision finals was 12.1 percent in Estonia, 9.3 percent in Lithuania and 7.5 percent in Latvia.

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