Some 16.8 percent have not made up their mind yet but are more inclined to side with the opponents of the new facility in Visaginas.
About one-fifth, or 19.2 percent, say that they will vote for the construction of the facility and 13.2 percent are inclined to join the supporters of the plant.
Approximately 3.2 percent of the polled were undecided.
Asked about a possibility to achieve full national energy independence, 38 percent of the polled said that the country could only achieve partial independence and 32.4 percent believed that full independence could not be achieved. Slightly more than one-fifth, or 22.6 percent, said that they believed it was possible.
With 70 days left until the referendum, the government and governmental agencies will have a titanic task to do – to convince more than 20 percent of population to support the new nuclear facility, the weekly writes.
Market researcher Prime Consulting polled 500 residents of the country’s five major cities for the Veidas magazine between 16 and 17 July.