INFE Poll 2019: It’s time to check the votes from INFE Germany

INFE Poll 2019: It’s time to check the votes from INFE Germany

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 4 more clubs from Rest of the world will provide us the 22th set of votes.

We go in the heart of the European continent to get the votes from Germany and the local INFE club. INFE Germany’s votes have as following:

1 point goes to Belgium
2 points go to Russia
3 points go to Greece
4 points go to Malta
5 points go to Cyrpus
6 points go to Sweden
7 points go to Iceland
8 points go to Italy
10 points go to Switzerland
12 points go to The Netherlands

A second maximum set of 12 points for Duncan Laurence, who brings his total score to 39 points and makes it to the top! Just one breath away, it’s Luca Hänni from Switzerland who can now be found in second place with 38 points. Italy with Mahmood remains 3rd with 33 points.

Furthermore, Iceland and Belgium are the two entries to receive their first votes in the poll.

Below you may check out how the current scoreboard of the INFE Poll 2019 looks:
  • The Netherlands – 39 points
  • Switzerland – 38 points
  • Italy – 33 points
  • Cyprus – 17 points
  • Sweden – 17 points
  • Russia – 14 points
  • Malta – 10 points
  • North Macedonia – 9 points
  • Azerbaijan – 8 points
  • France – 8 points
  • Israel – 8 points
  • Spain – 8 points
  • Malta – 6 points
  • Iceland – 7 points
  • Norway – 6 points
  • Armenia – 4 points
  • Greece – 4 points
  • Belgium – 1 point
  • Serbia – 1 point

27152482_2056117407991933_344262383_nAbout INFE Germany

INFE Germany is a member of the INFE family since 2017 and the majority of its members have already been active in the Eurovision fan community scene for a number of years. The club is based in Frankfurt and its multilingual site is one of the popular fan media sites locally and in Europe.

Angelo D.

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