In early August, company ‘Factus’ conducted a public opinion survey of 1,076 people to find out how many of them will vote in the Seimas election, the referendum and what party they will choose Alfa.lt reported.
The results show that in the parliamentary elections in autumn, 68.9 percent of respondents intended to vote, 16.4 percent – not to attend elections; there were 14.7 percent undecided respondents.
Seventy four percent of respondents who have decided to express their civil wills in the election promise to take part in the consultative referendum on a new nuclear power plant held together with the parliamentary elections; 11.8 percent will not be involved, 14.2 percent are undecided.
If the parliamentary elections were to take place this Sunday, 68.9 percent of decided voters would vote for the Homeland Union-Lithuanian Christian Democratic Party – 13.5 percent of total voters. In second place is the Lithuanian Social Democratic Party with 8.8 percent. Third place goes to the Labour Party with 4.6 percent. The party Order and Justice would receive support from 3.0 percent of respondents. ‘Drąsos kelias‘ would recieve support from 2.8 percent of respondents. Many of the voters who intend to participate in the elections are still undecided on which party to vote (44.9 percent). There are also many people who intend to vote, but refuse to state for whom they would vote (12.7 percent).
Translated by Agnė Štengerytė
Edited by Tara Edelen