OGAE 2017 POLL – The next Set of Results are in

OGAE 2017 International Poll

The OGAE fan clubs across Europe have decided and are ready to announce their scores.

OGAE 2017 International Poll
The OGAE votes are coming in. Who do the fans back this year?

In total there are 45 clubs, who ran a poll in which members voted for their ten favourite songs. The overall top ten’s from each club are then merged to determine the overall OGAE fan favourite.

It is worth nothing that this is only a fan poll, which has no effect on the overall Eurovision result. The Eurovision winner is determined by 50% jury and 50% televote.

So far, five countries have cast their votes. These are France, Ukraine, Belarus and Luxembourg. Their results can be found here:

The next batch of results will be updated in this following post:

OGAE Finland – Helsinki Calling

  • 1 point goes to Denmark
  • 2 points go to Montenegro
  • 3 points go to Hungary
  • 4 points go to Israel
  • 5 points go to Portugal
  • 6 points go to Sweden
  • 7 points go to Belgium
  • 8 points go to France
  • 10 points go to Estonia
  • 12 points Italy!

OGAE Hungary – Budapest Calling

  • 1 point goes to Australia
  • 2 points go to FYR Macedonia
  • 3 points go to Bulgaria
  • 4 points go to Azerbaijan
  • 5 points go to Israel
  • 6 points go to Estonia
  • 7 points go to Sweden
  • 8 points go to France
  • 10 points go to Italy
  • 12 points Belgium!

OGAE Czech Republic – Prague Calling

  • 1 point goes to Hungary
  • 2 points go to Finland
  • 3 points go to FYR Macedonia
  • 4 points go to Austria
  • 5 points go to Belarus
  • 6 points go to France
  • 7 points go to Romania
  • 8 points go to Estonia
  • 10 points go to Belgium
  • 12 points Italy!

OGAE Switzerland – Bern Calling

  • 1 point goes to Hungary
  • 2 points go to FYR Macedonia
  • 3 points go to Israel
  • 4 points go to Finland
  • 5 points go to Portugal
  • 6 points go to Estonia
  • 7 points go to Sweden
  • 8 points go to France
  • 10 points go to Belgium
  • 12 points Italy!

There’s a lot of votes still to come, but Italy, Sweden and Belgium are establishing themselves very quickly as this year’s favourites. A tally of all the votes so far is available here.

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