Eurovision 2017

#EUROVISION 2017: Youtube hits – 22 March

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#EUROVISION 2017: Youtube hits – 22 March

We continue our look at which Youtube videos are popular and which are not. This chart looks at the average daily hits for the official videos on the Eurovision Song Contest Youtube channel, since they first appeared on that channel. Last year, Michal Szpak was at Number One, and he went on to do quite well in the contest in Stockholm.

The last video was added on 18 March, so the first day’s bounce is starting to die away. How will your favourites do? Sunday’s position is in brackets.

1 (1) Armenia
2 (4) Sweden
3 (3) Bulgaria
4 (6) Belgium
5 (5) Serbia
6 (7) Macedonia
7 (8) Russia
8 (2) Italy
9 (10) France
10 (9) Azerbaijan
11 (11) Australia
12 (13) San Marino
13 (12) Montenegro
14 (16) Netherlands
15 (14) Norway
16 (18) UK
17 (21) Cyprus
18 (19) Greece
19 (17) Albania
20 (22) Switzerland
21 (32) Moldova
22 (24) Israel
23 (23) Latvia
24 (26) Austria
25 (28) Denmark
26 (25) Romania
27 (27) Ireland
28 (15) Estonia
29 (37) Poland
30 (20) Portugal
31 (31) Germany
32 (30) Iceland
33 (29) Spain
34 (36) Hungary
35 (33) Malta
36 (34) Ukraine
37 (38) Czech Rep
38 (39) Croatia
39 (35) Lithuania
40 (42) Finland
41 (41) Slovenia
42 (40) Georgia
43 (43) Belarus

 

How are your favourites doing? Let us know.

 

Author: John Stanton

Source: Official Eurovision Youtube channel, Eurovision Ireland

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