What Countries Will Qualify From Semi Final 2 at Eurovision 2016? POLL UPDATE – April 2nd

SF2 Update - April 2nd

What Countries Will Qualify From Semi Final 2 at Eurovision 2016?

You have voted in your thousands in our International Poll and there has been some movement in the poll since last week.

Ireland’s Nicky Byrne has now taken over the #1 spot from Australia’s Dami Im. Poland’s Michal Szpak is confounding the fan critics and holds strong in 3rd place.

Our International poll has been open now for 2 weeks so who have you been voting for? As it stands the 10 countries that you predict who will qualify from Semi Final 2 will be as follows


TOP 10


SF2 Top 10 - April 2nd


Denmark and Albania are the surprises to some as they are in the Top 10 against the official betting odds. Poland has moved up from 5th to 3rd in the votes!

Missing Out On The Top 10


SF2 Bottom 9 - April 2nd


Ukraine and Lithuania would be the 2 songs that people might be surprised as being outside of the Top 10. Expect movement on them when we see them perform live across Europe in the run up to the contest.

This poll will be open from now until the eve of Semi Final 2. You can select your 10 favourite songs and as the acts begin to promote their songs you may change your mind on how you think they will perform at the contest – so you can vote throughout the season. VOTE HERE

We will give you weekly updates on the progress of the songs.

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Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source : Eurovision Ireland

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