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 move to one more ex Soviet country, as it’s time for the votes from  INFE Ukraine!

Here is the Top 10 from INFE Ukraine: 

1 point goes to Switzerland 

2 points go to Norway 

3 points go to Azerbaijan 

4 points go to Sweden 

5 points go to Australia 

6 points go to Albania  

7 points go to Malta

8 points go to Lithuania 

10 points go to Italy

12 points go to Russia  

Russia receives its first set of 12 points and enters the Top 5 places of the poll with 64 poibts while Lithuania increases its lead with another 8 points added on the country’s score. Italy however regains her 3rd place with 71 points passing Iceland who falls to 4th place with one point less.

Here is how the scoreboard has developed after the Ukrainian verdict:

  • Lithuania– 122 points
  • Switzerland– 87 points
  • Italy– 71 points
  • Iceland– 70 points
  • Russia– 64 points
  • Bulgaria– 62 points
  • Malta– 52 points
  • Norway– 49 points
  • Sweden– 42 points
  • Ukraine– 40 points
  • Azerbaijan– 38 points
  • Romania– 22 points
  • Germany– 19 points
  • Cyprus– 17 points
  • Latvia– 15 points
  • Armenia– 14 points
  • Israel– 13 points
  • Albania– 10 points
  • United Kingdom– 7 points
  • Belgium– 7 points
  • Australia– 7 points
  • Spain– 6 points
  • Poland– 5 points
  • Ireland– 5 points
  • The Netherlands– 3 points
  • Georgia– 3 points
  • Greece– 2 points
  • France– 2 points
  • Austria – 1 point
  • North Macedonia– 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 Belarus. Following Ukraine’s Eurovision comback at this year’s competition after last year’s unpleasant withdrawal, INFE Ukraine has seen a rise in interest, continuing to grow as a club on a regular basis.