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 is 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 returns to central Europe , as it’s time for the votes from  INFE Slovakia!

Top 10 from INFE Slovakia

  • 1 point goes to North Macedonia
  • 2 points go to Ukraine
  • 3 points go to Norway
  • 4 points go to Slovenia
  • 5 points go to Spain
  • 6 points go to Serbia
  • 7 points go to Russia
  • 8 points go to… Iceland
  • 10 points go to… Sweden
  • 12 points go to… Lithuania!

 The Roop from Lithuania are still on the lead of the scoreboard, winning yet another set of 12 points! Switzerland remains in 2nd place while Iceland is 3d. Russia has managed to come 4th today, leaving Italy on the 5th place.

Here is how the current scoreboard has developed after the Slovakian votes:

  • Lithuania– 146 points
  • Switzerland– 97 points
  • Iceland– 81 points
  • Russia– 76 points
  • Italy– 71 points
  • Bulgaria– 69 points
  • Malta– 58 points
  • Norway– 54 points
  • Sweden– 52 points
  • Ukraine– 42 points
  • Azerbaijan– 39 points
  • Germany– 27 points
  • Romania– 26 points
  • Cyprus– 17 points
  • Latvia– 15 points
  • Armenia– 14 points
  • Israel– 13 points
  • Spain– 11 points
  • Albania– 10 points
  • Australia– 7 points
  • Belgium– 7 points
  • United Kingdom– 7 points
  • Serbia– 6 points
  • Poland– 5 points
  • Ireland– 5 points
  • Slovenia– 4 points
  • The Netherlands– 3 points
  • Georgia– 3 points
  • North Macedonia– 2 points
  • Greece– 2 points
  • France– 2 points
  • Austria – 1 point

 

About INFE Slovakia

 53178311_411844089580491_6729590050566176768_nINFE Slovakia is one of INFE family’s youngest members, with less just one year of existence!

Despite the bad results and the country’s withdrawal from Eurovision, the club aims to revive the interest to the contest within the country and keep the Eurovision spirit alive.