Most Estonians want Prime Minister Kaja Kallas to resign amid a scandal involving her husband, according to polls, ERR reports. In a Norstat survey for the Institute of Social Research (YI), 57% of respondents said that Kallas should resign, while 31% said that she should provide an explanation but could continue as prime minister. Another 7% said that Kallas should do nothing. Meanwhile, a Turu-Uuringute poll showed that 69% of voters preferred that Kallas step down, whereas 23% said that she should stay on, Eesti Päevaleht reported. Earlier, media revealed that the prime minister’s husband, Arvo Hallik, owns 25% of shares in a company that has continued to transport goods to Russia after the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine.