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.

Today we return in Central Europe and the specifically in Czech Republic to check out the votes of the local INFE members. Czech fans had this year again through EuroContest.cz the possibility to vote in INFEpoll. EuroContest is the oldest informational web about Eurovision Song Contest in Czech republic. This year have voted our fans and also our jury – 50:50. The fans have sent this year record-breaking count of votes. The jury consisted of the fllowing people: Andrea Savane (spokesperson 2007), Eva Burešová (singer finalist ESCZ 2018), Annabelle (Singer), Vítek Havlis (TV presenter), Mirek Oliver (Singer) and Ján Winkler (Czech and Slovak Eurovision expert). Lets see to which entries the votes went to:

1 point goes to North Macedonia
2 points go to Norway
3 points go to Romania
4 points go to Belgium
5 points go to Cyrpus
6 points go to Italy
7 points go to The Netherlands
8 points go to Greece
10 points go to Malta
12 points go to Switzerland
 

A second set of 12 points for Luca Hänni and Switzerland, which currently tops the scoreboard with 60 points, followed by The Netherlands and Italy. Moreover, Ester Peony from Romania gets her first 3 points.

Below you may check out how the current scoreboard of the INFE Poll 2019 looks:

  • Switzerland – 60 points
  • The Netherlands – 54 points
  • Italy – 46 points
  • Cyprus – 34 points
  • Sweden – 22 points
  • Russia – 20 points
  • Malta – 20 points
  • Azerbaijan – 12 points
  • Greece – 12 points
  • France – 11 points
  • North Macedonia – 10 points
  • Norway – 10 points
  • Israel – 8 points
  • Spain – 8 points
  • Malta – 6 points
  • Iceland – 7 points
  • Belgium – 5 points
  • Armenia – 4 points
  • Romania – 3 points
  • Portugal – 1 point
  • Serbia – 1 point

 

27153027_2056130807990593_1641413291_nAbout INFE Czech Republic

Despite the often non-qualification results of the country at the Eurovision Song Contest in the past, after last year’s 6th place raised the interest for the contest. INFE Czech Reuplic has been working under the INFE Network since 2012 to keep the Eurovision spirit alive within the country. The club runs one of the most active and updated Eurovision sitesCheck out their official website.