VILNIUS - In August, 12 percent of the Lithuanian residents polled said that the economic situation in the country had improved over the last two months, reports ELTA. Forty-two percent said it had not changed, though, while another 44 percent said it had worsened. Another 2 percent had no opinion.The poll was conducted from Aug. 26 – Sept. 6 by pollster Baltijos Tyrimai. Compared with a similar poll for the previous month, the number of inhabitants who said that the economic situation worsened has increased by as much as 21 percentage points. Meanwhile, per year the number gr...
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