Lithuania is the largest and the most populous of the three Baltic States. Around 84% of the population is made up of Lithuanians. The remaining part consists of Poles (6.6%), Russians (5.8%), Byelorussians (1.2%), and Ukrainians (0.5%). 67% of the population lives in urban areas with the largest being Vilnius. The average life expectancy is 74.9 years.