The ruling Social Democratic Party remains the most popular political organization in Lithuania, despite of the slight decrease in their ratings, shows a poll published on DELFI news portal on Monday.
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According to the survey, the Social Democrats would secure 22.9 percent of the vote, if parliamentary elections were held next Sunday. This indicates a drop from 24.6 percent in May and 27.5 percent in April.

The second place is claimed by the ruling Order and Justice party with 14.1 percent, followed by the opposition Homeland Union–Lithuanian Christian Democrats (conservatives) with 11.5 percent. The ruling Labour Party would get 8.7 percent of the vote and the opposition Liberal Movement would be supported by 7.3 percent.

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