Eurovision INFE POLL 2018: Time for INFE Australia to reveal its votes
From Europe to Australia, we move on to our next set of results. 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 favourite entries in the second annual INFE Poll, with the final outcome of the results set to be unveiled on the 22 April.
INFE Australia is the next club to vote in the INFE Poll 2018, but who has been awarded the next set of 12 points?
Votes from INFE Australia
- 1 point goes to Azerbaijan
- 2 points go to FYR Macedonia
- 3 points go to Estonia
- 4 points go to Bulgaria
- 5 points go to the Czech Republic
- 6 points go to France
- 7 points go to Greece
- 8 points go to… Cyprus
- 10 points go to… Finland
- And 12 points go to… Poland!
INFE Australia presents some interesting results; whilst FYR Macedonia receives their first set of votes, Poland also receives their first points, that of which being the top 12 points.
As well as this, it is the first time in the INFE Poll, other than when INFE Israel presented their votes, that the current leader of the poll (Israel) failed to receive any points.
About INFE Australia
INFE Australia is a new member of the INFE Network (2017). Following three successful years in the Eurovision Song Contest, it was only matter of time before the formation of a core group of fans entering as a club to the network, in a country where the popularity of the contest is very high.
Current top 5 of the INFE Poll 2018
- Israel: 150 points
- Bulgaria: 99 points
- France: 89 points
- Greece: 72 points
- Cyprus: 69 points