Following the successful INFE Eurovision polls of the last two years, the INFE Network will be holding for a third concecutive year its Eurovision 2019 poll in collaboration with the leading eurovision site of ESCToday, which will be presenting daily exclusively the votes coming accross 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 21st set of votes.

The INFE poll today continues with the Hungarian top 10 as the votes are coming from INFE Portugal. This is how Hungary’s fans voted:

  • 1 point goes to Hungary
     
  • 2 points go to Greece
     
  • 3 points go to Spain
     
  • 4 points go to Albania
     
  • 5 points go to Slovenia
     
  • 6 points go to Iceland
     
  • 7 points go to Malta
     
  • 8 points go to… France 
     
  • 10 points to… Italy
     
  • 12 points go to… The Netherlands!

The answer is yes! Duncan Laurence has now taken a strong lead, having earned 119 points. Italy‘s 10 points bring Mahmood to second position, thus displacing Switzerland, which had been in a hard battle for the top so far.

Now it’s time we checked the current scoreboard for the INFE Poll 2019:

  • The Netherlands – 119 points
  • Italy – 98 points
  • Switzerland – 95 points
  • Cyprus – 62 points
  • Russia – 58 points
  • Malta – 44 points
  • Sweden – 36 points
  • Spain – 36 points
  • France – 31 points
  • Greece – 26 points
  • Iceland – 25 points
  • Azerbaijan – 22 points
  • North Macedonia – 19 points
  • Norway – 19 points
  • Hungary – 13 points
  • Israel – 12 points
  • Albania – 9 points
  • Slovenia – 7 points
  • Armenia – 5 points
  • Belgium – 5 points
  • Portugal – 3 points
  • Romania – 3 points
  • San Marino – 3 points
  • Serbia – 3 points
  • Montenegro – 1 point

 

PortugalAbout INFE Portugal

The Portuguese club was established in 2018, the year the country was hosting Eurovision. A core of local Eurovision fans joined the INFE family and aims to keep the Eurovision spirit alive within the country after last year’s Eurovision in Lisbon . You can find INFE Portugal on Facebook.