Seventy-nine percent of people in Lithuania still say they oppose legislation instituting same-sex partnership. But the number of those in support has doubled over the last year to 15 percent, a survey has revealed on Thursday.
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In 2014, seven percent of people in Lithuania said they supported legalizing same-sex partnerships.

Meanwhile 82 percent say they oppose same-sex marriage and eight percent expressed support.

Public opinion and market research company RAIT surveyed 1,000 people, aged 15-74, between 7 and 23 November 2014.

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