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.

The INFE poll today goes east in the country of Ukraine to collect the votes from the eurovision fans of INFE Ukraine. This is how the Ukrainian fans voted:

  • 1 points goes to Armenia
     
  • 2 points go to Serbia
     
  • 3 points go to Switzerland
     
  • 4 points go to Azerbaijan
     
  • 5 points go to France
     
  • 6 points go to Cyprus
     
  • 7 points go to The Netherlands
     
  • 8 points go to… Russia
     
  • 10 points go to… Spain
     
  • 12 points go to… Italy!

Ukraine awards to Italy and Mahmood their first set of 12 points for the INFE Poll 2019Luca Hänni from Switzerland are still at the scoreboard’s top with 63 points. However, Duncan Laurence and The Netherlands are just one breath away, having collected 61 points in total.

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

  • Switzerland – 63 points
  • The Netherlands – 61 points
  • Italy – 58 points
  • Cyprus – 40 points
  • Russia – 28 points
  • Sweden – 22 points
  • Malta – 20 points
  • Spain – 18 points
  • Azerbaijan – 16 points
  • France – 16 points
  • Greece – 12 points
  • North Macedonia – 10 points
  • Norway – 10 points
  • Israel – 8 points
  • Iceland – 7 points
  • Belgium – 5 points
  • Armenia – 5 points
  • Romania – 3 points
  • Serbia – 3 points
  • Portugal – 1 point

27044587_2056136364656704_1090494751_nAbout INFE Ukraine

INFE Ukraine was founded in 2016 in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, following its ongoing media collaboration with their country’s neighbouring fan club, INFE BelarusFollowing Ukraine’s Eurovision victory at the 2016 competition, INFE Ukraine has seen a rise in interest, continuing to grow as a club on a regular basis, despite this year’s unfortunate withdrawal.