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 Poland. Lets go and see  how the polish fans voted:

  • 1 point goes to Malta
  • 2 points go to Belgium
  • 3 points go to Sweden
  • 4 points go to Spain
  • 5 points go to Greece
  • 6 points go to Switzerland
  • 7 points go to The Netherlands
  • 8 points go to Albania
  • 10 points go to Russia
  • 12 points go to Cyprus

The second set of 12 points awarded to Cyprus as Tamta gets maximum points from Poland and receive the points needed to remain on track for the top 5 places in the poll.

 

Lets go ans take a look at the overall score after Poland’s set of points:

    • The Netherlands – 152 points
    • Italy – 115 points
    • Switzerland – 112 points
    • Cyprus – 74 points
    • Russia – 74 points
    • Iceland – 51 points
    • Sweden – 49 points
    • Malta – 45 points
    • Spain – 41 points
    • Azerbaijan – 35 points
    • France – 31 points
    • Greece – 31 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

26995231_2055606981376309_986882040_nAbout INFE Poland

INFE Poland was founded in the Polish capital of Warsaw back in 2011, the same year in which the INFE Network was formed. The Polish club in one of the most active fan communities in the country, with more than 3,000 followers on its Facebook page and is the most interactive in the regional fan media.

Find out more about INFE Poland by visiting their official fan club website!