INFE poll 2019: Here come the Italian votes

INFE poll 2019: Here come the Italian votes

Following the successful INFE Eurovision polls of the last two years, the INFE Network will be holding for a third consecutive year its Eurovision 2019 poll in collaboration with the leading Eurovision site of ESCToday, which will be presenting daily exclusively the votes coming across Europe and Australia from local INFE club members.

A total of 21 INFE clubs from Europe and Australia will cast their votes, while the clubs from Rest of the world will provide us the 22nd set of votes. The INFE poll today continues with the top 10  from INFE Italy. Lets go and see  how the Italian fans have voted:

1 point goes to United Kingdom
2 points go to Sweden
3 points go to Cyprus
4 points go to Malta
5 points go to Greece
6 points go to France
7 points go to Russia
8 points go Spain
10 Points go to Switzerland 
12 points go to the Netherlands
The Netherlands receive another set of 12 points making this year’s poll their case as no other country seems to threaten their first placing.

Lets take another look at the overall points so far :

The Netherlands – 164 points

Switzerland – 122 points

Italy – 115 points

Russia – 81 points

Cyprus – 77 points

Iceland – 51 points

Sweden – 51 points

Malta – 49 points

Spain – 49 points

France – 37 points

Greece – 36 points

Azerbaijan – 35 points

Norway – 27 points

Albania – 25 points

North Macedonia – 19 points

Hungary – 13 points

Ireland – 13 points

Israel – 12 points

Portugal – 10 points

Slovenia – 10 points

Belgium – 8 points

Austria – 7 points

Lithuania – 7 points

Armenia – 5 points

Czech Republic – 5 points

Poland – 3 points

Romania – 3 points

San Marino – 3 points

Serbia – 3 points

Georgia – 2 points

Montenegro – 1 point

United Kingdom – 1 point


30429940_10156284912218279_1247769120_nAbout INFE Italy

INFE Italy is a member that joined INFE family. The club consists of a core group of fans ready to spread the Eurovision fever across the Italian regions, as well as covering the country’s major music event: the Sanremo Music Festival. After some rearrangement on the administration team the club is back on track to attract as many Eurovision fans within the country.

Angelo D.

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