Lithuania's President Dalia Grybauskaitė remains the most favoured politician of the country, followed by Kaunas Mayor Visvaldas Matijošaitis, shows a Vilmorus poll published in Lietuvos Rytas daily on Saturday.
Visvaldas Matijošaitis
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According to the survey, Grybauskaitė is favoured by 65.3 percent of those polled (53.3 pct in November) and disliked by 20.9 percent (19.8 pct in November).

Matijošaitis is preferred by 55.5 percent of respondents and disliked by 14.3 percent (52.7 pct and 14.8 pct in November).

The list is continued by Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis whose ratings, according to Vilmorus' CEO Vladas Gaidys, stabilized. The sociologist noted that Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius would be ahead of the prime minister by the difference between positive and negative opinions.

Skvernelis is favoured by 49.8 percent of those polled and disliked by 25.5 percent (51.3 pct and 23.7 pct in November), while the foreign minister is liked by 48.6 percent and disliked by 15.7 percent (50.9 pct and 16.7 pct last month).

The representative survey was conducted by Vilmorus pollster for Lietuvos Rytas daily on Dec. 1-10.

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