• December 3, 2016
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Poles among the most pessimistic people regarding the future of Lithuania

Despite the changes in the government, the citizens of Lithuania continue to have a pessimistic view on the future of the Lithuanian state, according to the research conducted by the agency “Baltijos tyrimai” on behalf of the news agency ELTA.

People aged over 50 are the most pessimistic about their future.

Up to 74 percent of people in this age group believe that the situation in the country are getting worse. Also 78 percent of pensioners believe so.

78 percent of inhabitants of Polish nationality agree with that opinion, too.

Translated by Joanna Jastrzębska within the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights, www.efhr.eu.

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