(Reuters) - Latvia, facing an election on Oct. 2, remains politically the most fragile of the three Baltic states, and the Lithuanian government's popularity has also plunged after the imposition of austerity measures.
But the Estonian government's image as a sound economic manager has been helped by the country's acceptance as a euro zone member next January.
The Baltic states suffered the largest drops in output in the European Union in 2009, led by Latvia's 18 percent decline.
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Key political risks to watch in the Baltic states