VILNIUS, July 19 (Xinhua) -- Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite and Social Democratic Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevicius topped the country's politicians in the latest opinion polls, according to BNS news agency on Saturday.
Grybauskaite, who was inaugurated for her second term of presidency on July 12, received 63.6 percent of support in the poll, while 18.6 percent of those polled disliked her. 27.2 percent voted her the best representative of the interests of the Baltic country.
Butkevicius, who received a new mandate as prime minister of the country, won 61.6 percent of votes, while 16.3 percent voted against him in the poll. 10.9 percent of those polled regarded him as the best representative of their interests.
The most disliked politicians, based on the poll, include MEP Valdemar Tomasevski, the leader of the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania, who got 60.5 percent of votes against him.
Former Prime Minister Andrius Kubilius, the conservatives' leader, got 61.9 percent of votes against him. Besides, the Labor Party's leader, Parliamentary Speaker Loreta Grauziniene was also found in the most disliked list with 48 percent of vote against her.