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#OGAE: ESC 2018 International Poll

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#OGAE: ESC 2018 International Poll

The fan clubs around Europe and beyond continue to register who they think could win the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. You can find the first five sets of votes HERE.

Three more sets of votes are now in. Have they changed who’s leading? The previous winners of the fan club poll have been:

2017 – Italy – Francesco Gabbani – Occidentali’s karma

2016 – France – Amir – J’ai cherché

2015 – Italy – Il Volo – Grande amore

2014 – Sweden – Sanna Nilsson – Undo

2013 – Denmark – Emmelie de Forest – Only teardrops

But what are the latest three fan clubs to vote?

Hungary (51 votes)

12 Israel
10 Estonia
8 Finland
7 Greece
6 Italy
5 Belarus
4 Czech Republic
3 Ukraine
2 France
1 Austria

 

Ireland (64 votes)

12 Israel
10 France
8 Australia
7 Finland
6 Austria
5 Bulgaria
4 Czech Republic
3 Cyprus
2 Germany
1 Estonia

 

Italy (76 votes)

12 France
10 Israel
8 Greece
7 Australia
6 Austria
5 Denmark
4 Finland
3 Belgium
2 Estonia
1 Bulgaria

 

Table after eight sets of votes

1st 94 Israel
2nd 52 France
3rd 40 Finland
4th 37 Australia
5th 27 Greece
6th 24 Czech Republic
7th 23 Estonia
8th 23 Italy
9th 22 Bulgaria
10th 22 Denmark
11th 21 Cyprus
12th 19 Belgium
13th 19 Sweden
14th 14 Austria
15th 8 Norway
16th 6 Spain
17th 5 Germany
18th 5 Belarus
19th 3 Ukraine

Here’s the current leader:

We’ll bring you more sets of votes as they happen.

Where does your favourite lie? Do you think Israel will do it on 12 May? Tell us what you think.

 

Author: John Stanton

Source: Eurovision Ireland, OGAE International

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