More specifically, 58% of Estonians, 46% of Lithuanians and 42% of Latvians said they see Russia as the greatest potential threat to their country in a comment on the survey published April 4.
In non-Baltic states only Poland (69%) and Romania (57%) had more people than Latvia seeing Russia as a threat.
Russia had 64% saying it's the United States they fear the most.
Greece and Bulgaria were the only EU member countries that did not pick Russia as the greatest perceived threat, with 39% of Greeks picking Germany and 14% of Bulgarians picking the United States.
The results were collected in face-to-face interviews with 1,000 adults in each country (2,000 in Russia), aged 15 and older. It was conducted in June to September 2015.