Eurovision INFE Poll 2018 : The votes from France are in!

Eurovision INFE Poll 2018 : The votes from France are in!

Returning for a second year in a row, the results of the INFE Poll 2018 are set to be unveiled here at ESCToday in collaboration with the INFE Network, with votes to be gathered and combined together from all of the participating INFE clubs.

In total, members from all 24 clubs will be casting their votes and deciding their favorite entries in the second annual INFE Poll, with the final outcome of the results set to be unveiled on the 22 April.

Presenting the nineteenth set of votes today, and they’re coming from the members of INFE France!

Votes from INFE France

  • 1 point goes to Poland
  • 2 points go to Australia
  • 3 points go to FYR Macedonia
  • 4 points go to Albania
  • 5 points go to Israel
  • 6 points go to Denmark
  • 7 points go to Azerbaijan
  • 8 points go to… the United Kingdom
  • 10 points go to… Estonia
  • And 12 points go to… Belarus!

Yet another set of interesting results in the INFE Poll 2018, with Belarus’s representative Alekseev receiving his first set of 12 points. INFE France also present the United Kingdom their first group of points in the poll.

About INFE France

INFE France, formerly known as Euroidol, joined the INFE Network shortly after its foundation.

The club was known under the name Euroidol from 2011 up until last year, before deciding to make the presence of the INFE Network more known within its name, now known simply at INFE France.

Members of INFE France attend the Eurovision Song Contest on a yearly basis and are regularly updated on the latest news and updates regarding the contest.

The new INFE France site ( is set to go public in the following days, however for the time being you can get more updates on France within the international site of the INFE Network.

Current top 5 of the INFE Poll 2018

  1. Israel: 155 points
  2. Bulgaria: 99 points
  3. France: 97 points
  4. Greece: 79 points
  5. Cyprus: 69 points

Stay tuned on the INFE Network as the INFE poll continues tomorrow with another set of votes presented to you by ESCToday.

Angelo D.

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