Eurovision INFE Poll 2018: The votes from INFE Czech Republic are in.

Eurovision INFE Poll 2018: The votes from INFE Czech Republic are in.

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

The eighth set of votes in the INFE Poll 2018 have been submitted and today we’re going over to INFE Czech Republic, whose votes will today be unveiled.

Votes from INFE Czech Republic

  • 1 point goes to Cyprus
  • 2 points go to Albania
  • 3 points go to Bulgaria
  • 4 points go to Finland
  • 5 points go to Greece
  • 6 points go to Germany
  • 7 points go to Norway
  • 8 points go to… Denmark
  • 10 points go to… France
  • And 12 points go to… Israel!

It’s yet another set of 12 points for the Israeli singer, Netta, whose song Toy continues to lead the scoreboard for the INFE Poll 2018.

About INFE Czech Republic

Despite the often non-qualification results of the country at the Eurovision Song Contest, INFE Czech Reuplic has been working under the INFE Network since 2012 to keep the Eurovision spirit alive within the country.

The club runs one of the most active and updated Eurovision sites. Check out their official website.

Current top 10 of the INFE Poll 2018

Now that we’re a third of a way through the voting process, let’s have a look at the current top 10 of the INFE Poll 2018.

  1. Israel: 76 points
  2. Bulgaria: 57 points
  3. France: 46 points
  4. Greece: 34 points
  5. Denmark: 28 points
  6. Estonia: 26 points
  7. Ukraine: 24 points
  8. Cyprus: 23 points
  9. Belgium: 22 points
  10. Czech Republic: 17 points

Currently waiting for their first set of points in the INFE Poll 2018 are the following countries: Armenia, Croatia, FYR Macedonia, Georgia, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Malta, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovenia and the United Kingdom.



Fotis Kourouvanis

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