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 moves to eastern Europe in order to collect the votes from  INFE Armenia! Here are the results from the Armenian fans:

Top 10 from INFE Armenia:

  • 1 point goes to Sweden
  • 2 points go to Italy
  • 3 points go to The Netherlands
  • 4 points go to Malta
  • 5 points go to Latvia
  • 6 points go to Norway
  • 7 points go to Iceland
  • 8 points go to… Lithuania 
  • 10 points go to… Switerland
  • 12 points go to…  Bulgaria!

 

Bulgaria receives the first set of 12 points and make Victoria top 5 placing even more secure. Lithuania remains first with a total of 98 points with Switzerland second and 70 points while Italy comes so far 3rd with 61 points.

The current scoreboard for the INFE Poll 2020 has developed as following :

  • Lithuania– 98 points
  • Switzerland– 70 points
  • Italy– 61 points
  • Iceland– 56 points
  • Bulgaria– 50 points
  • Norway– 41 points
  • Malta– 41 points
  • Ukraine– 36 points
  • Azerbaijan– 35 points
  • Russia– 34 points
  • Sweden– 32 points
  • Romania– 22 points
  • Cyprus– 17 points
  • Latvia– 15 points
  • Germany– 14 points
  • Armenia– 14 points
  • Israel– 12 points
  • Belgium– 7 points
  • Spain– 6 points
  • Poland– 5 points
  • Ireland– 5 points
  • United Kingdom– 4 points
  • Albania– 4 points
  • The Netherlands– 3 points
  • Australia– 2 points
  • Greece– 2 points
  • France– 2 points
  • North Macedonia– 1 point

 

About INFE Armenia

Armenia INFE Armenia joined the INFE family in the first months of 2018.
Despite the fact that still they are a somewhat new club member, the Armenian Eurofans want to offer their opinions and have their say over their favourites and predictions of every year’s Eurovision outcome.
An active core of fans is devoted to creating a large fan community within the country.