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OGAE Romania and Montenegro cast their Eurovision 2016 votes

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As you may know, OGAE is currently undertaking its usual poll to find who would win if it was left to the fans. Up to 44 national fanclubs, plus the Rest-of-the-world, will be calling in their votes over the coming days. 

The votes are coming thick and fast now. OGAE Iceland announced its votes earlier today, and two more countries have revealed their favourite 2016 songs. 

Twenty-one fan clubs have already announced their votes, and two more added themselves to this list late on 20 April – Romania and Montenegro. As we know, a country cannot give points to its own song. 

Romania first. The 30 voters picked this Top 10. 

12 – Russia

10 – France

8 – Ukraine

7 – Australia

6 – Hungary

5 – Serbia

4 – Bulgaria

3 – Norway

2 – Croatia

1 – Latvia

Montenegro’s votes came from 14 members. These are who they liked: 

12 – Russia

10 – France

8 – Serbia

7 – Czech Republic

6 – Croatia

5 – Malta

4 – Italy

3 – Azerbaijan

2 – Macedonia

1 – Sweden 

Two more maxima for Russia, with France getting ranked second. Ira Losco from Malta scores her first points. This means the countries now stand as below. If you country isn’t listed below, it’s yet to receive any points.

France 228
Russia 206
Australia 155
Italy 85
Bulgaria 73
Spain 68
Hungary 65
Ukraine 61
Latvia 56
Austria 43
Sweden 40
Croatia 38
Cyprus 36
Czech Republic 33
Serbia 29
Iceland 28
Estonia 20
Azerbaijan 19
Ireland 8
Norway 8
Poland 7
Slovenia 6
Armenia 6
Macedonia (FYR) 6
Malta 5
San Marino 4
Israel 1

These votes are from the clubs from Albania, Armenia, Belarus, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, and the Rest-of-the-World. 

Stay tuned as more countries vote. 

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Author: John Stanton

 

Source: Eurovision Ireland, OGAE

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