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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 fourteen 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 were the next four fan clubs to vote?

Latvia (17 votes)

12 Israel
10 Czech Republic
8 Australia
7 Sweden
6 Estonia
5 Austria
4 Ireland
3 Belarus
2 Lithuania
1 Bulgaria

Another 12 points for Netta…

Serbia (49 votes)

12 Israel
10 Bulgaria
8 Greece
7 Czech Republic
6 France
5 Denmark
4 Belgium
3 Sweden
2 Italy
1 Finland

…and another set here…

Slovenia (18 votes)

12 Australia
10 Israel
8 Finland
7 Sweden
6 Belarus
5 Greece
4 Estonia
3 Belgium
2 Serbia
1 Belgium

…Jessica catches up on Netta just a little bit.

Rest of the world (92 votes)

12 Israel
10 France
8 Finland
7 Australia
6 Italy
5 Estonia
4 Spain
3 Belgium
2 Czech Republic
1 Macedonia FYR

And another 12 for Netta.

 

Table after 18 sets of votes

1 199 Israel
2 111 France
3 89 Finland
4 80 Australia
5 74 Czech Republic
6 68 Bulgaria
7 60 Greece
8 54 Estonia
9 48 Belgium
10 45 Sweden
11 43 Denmark
12 39 Italy
13 36 Cyprus
14 23 Austria
15 17 Belarus
16 10 Norway
17 10 Ukraine
18 10 Spain
19 8 Germany
20 8 Macedonia FYR
21 4 Ireland
22 3 Poland
23= 2 Serbia
23= 2 Lithuania
25 1 Russia

Here the current leader (just in case you’ve been living on a cave on Mars with your fingers in your ears and your eyes closed.

Have you or your fan club voted? Are you happy with how things stand? Tell us what you think.

 

Author: John Stanton

Source: Eurovision Ireland, OGAE International

 

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