According to the survey, parties like Drąsos Kelias, the Democratic Labor and Unity Party of Kristina Brazauskienė, businessman Vladimir Romanov-initiated Lithuanian People's Party, TAIP movement of Vilnius Mayor Artūras Zuokas and the Lithuanian List of Darius Kuolys would secure 8.4 percent of the total vote in Lithuania's five largest cities.
Meanwhile, two thirds of those polled (66.4 pct) stated they would not vote for the above-mentioned parties and a fourth (25.4 pct) said they would not come to polling stations at all.
Among the newly-founded parties, the Zuokas-led TAIP movement enjoys somewhat more support (3.4 pct), while Drąsos Kelias may expect to get 2.2 votes of city residents. Another 1.2 percent of respondents pledged to vote for Romanov's Lithuanian People's Party, while Brazauskienė's Democratic Labor and Unity Party and Lithuanian List of Kuolys are likely to get 1 percent and 0.6 percent, respectively.
The majority of those polled were outraged by the founding of several new parties before every elections. Some 71.4 percent of respondents said Lithuania has had too many parties for a long time, with the new ones established by marginal politicians.
Another 18.2 percent gave a neutral opinion about the founding of new parties, while 8.8 percent said it was a good thing that gave more choice.
The survey of 500 residents of Lithuania's five largest cities was carried by Prime Consulting pollster on 16-17 July.