INFE Poll 2021: It’s Australia’s turn to vote

INFE Poll 2021: It’s Australia’s turn to vote

Following the successful INFE Eurovision polls of the last four years, the INFE Network is holding for a fifth 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. Next club in the voting process is INFE Australia! Here are the results from the fans Down Under:

1 point goes to  Ireland

2 points go to Cyprus 

3 points points go to Finland 

4 points go to Azerbaijan

5 points points go to Norway 

6 points go to San Marino 

7 points go to Malta 

8 points go to France 

10 points go to Lithuania

12 points go to Switzerland

Switzerland receives one more set of 12 points which establish Gjon’s Tears’ lead while Lithuania’s 10 points bring The Roop 3rd in the poll. Barbara is awarded with 8 points fall one place, 4th, a breath away from Lithuania.

THE OVERALL RANKING

With the Australian votes added in this is how the overall score looks like:

  • Switzerland – 48 points
  • Greece – 30 points
  • Lithuania – 26 points
  • France – 25 points
  • Norway – 16 points
  • Denmark – 14 points
  • Cyprus – 13 points
  • San Marino – 13 points
  • Romania – 12 points
  • Bulgaria – 12 points
  • Malta – 11 points
  • Azerbaijan – 11 points
  • Estonia – 10 points
  • Ukraine – 10 points
  • Finland – 8 points
  • Slovenia – 6 points
  • Poland – 6 points
  • Moldova – 5 points
  • Ireland – 5 points
  • Sweden – 3 points
  • Italy – 3 points
  • Australia – 2 points
  • Croatia – 1 point
  • Spain – 1 point

Stay tuned on ESCToday and the INFE Network as more point are coming tomorrow at 4:00 pm CET

Angelo D.

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