As many as 55 percent of people in Lithuania consider Russia a threat to the Baltic states, according to a recent survey.
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Asked whether they believed Russia posed a threat to the Baltic countries, 55 percent said "yes" and 27.9 responded negatively.

Asked to identify the biggest threat to Lithuania, a third of respondents mentioned economic and energy pressure and a fourth said Russia could invade Lithuania.

The survey of 1,010 people, aged 18-75, was carried out by public opinion and market research company Spinter Tyrimai on 26-30 September.

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