Lithuanians are most reluctant to have contacts with Roma people and former prisoners, while homosexuals and the mentally disabled would least popular as neighbours. Such is the conclusion of a survey by the Labour and Social Research Institute.
Tolerance survey: Lithuanians grow more homophobic and resent Roma, but accept Russian-speakers
Vytautas Valentinavičius | 15 min.2013.01.17 14:36
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