Following the successful INFE Eurovision polls of the last three years, the INFE Network is holding for a fourth concecutive year its Eurovision 2020 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 22 INFE clubs from Europe and Australia will cast their votes, with more clubs as Rest of the world will provide additionally their set of votes. The poll today goes South in the Mediterranean in order to note down the votes from  INFE Italy! Here are the results from the Italian fans:

Top 10 from INFE Italy:

1 point goes to Azerbaijan
2 points go to Bulgaria
3 points go to Lithuania
4 points got to Ukraine
5 points go to Norway
6 points go to Israel
7 points go to Romania
8 points go to Sweden 
10 poins go to Cyprus 
12 points go to Malta 

Today the maximum 12 points go to Destiny from Malta, who climbs further up the scoeboard reaching the 5th place of the scoreboard while  Lithuania remains first, with 82 points, with Italy following (53 points) and Iceland  in 3rd place with 49 points.

Let’s see how the scoreboard for the INFE Poll 2020 has developed after today’s votes:

  • Lithuania– 82 points
  • Italy– 53 points
  • Iceland– 49 points
  • Switzerland– 48 points
  • Malta– 37 points
  • Russia– 34 points
  • Bulgaria– 33 points
  • Ukraine– 32 points
  • Azerbaijan– 32 points
  • Sweden– 31 points
  • Norway– 28 points
  • Cyprus– 17 points
  • Germany– 14 points
  • Armenia– 14 points
  • Romania– 12 points
  • Israel– 12 points
  • Latvia– 8 points
  • Belgium– 7 points
  • Spain– 6 points
  • Poland– 5 points
  • Ireland– 5 points
  • United Kingdom– 4 points
  • Albania– 4 points
  • Greece– 2 points
  • France– 2 points
  • North Macedonia– 1 point
  • Australia– 1 point

About INFE Italy

 26994528_2056189311318076_1611767980_nINFE Italy is a member of the INFE Family that consists of a core group of fans ready to spread the Eurovision fever across the Italian regions, as well as covering the country’s major music event: the Sanremo Music Festival.

After some rearrangement on the administration team the club is back on track to attract as many Eurovision fans within the country.