VILNIUS – Lithuanians are most concern among EU member states over rising prices and taxes but are not so concerned about climate change, a new Eurobarometer survey has shown.
Survey participants were asked to name their two biggest concerns. 52 percent of Lithuanians mentioned rising prices, inflation and rising living standards, which is almost triple of the EU average of 18 percent.
Taxation came in second among Lithuanians (25 percent), compared to the EU average of 8 percent.
Ieva Petronyte, a lecture at the Institute of In...
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