If Lithuania's general elections were to take place next Sunday, the Homeland Union - Lithuanian Christian Democrats (TS-LKD) would receive the most support from voters at 12.6%, but the Liberal Movement are in a close second at 12.5%.
Homeland Union leader Gabrielius Landsbergis
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The ruling Lithuanian Social Democratic Party is in the third place with 11.2% votes, according to public opinion and market research company Facto’s opinion poll conducted on May 2-10.

The Lithuanian Peasant and Greens Union was supported by 10.4% of respondents - the gap between the party and the other leading parties is within the limits of the statistical margin of error.

The Labour party is in the fifth place with 5.9% and Order and Justice in sixth with 4.1%.

Nearly 15% of Lithuanian voters are undecided on what way to vote in the elections with 13.7% saying they do not know whether they will vote at all. Another 10.1% said they will not vote in the parliamentary elections and 2.1% respondents said they will spoil their ballot.


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