Tomorrow the INFE Poll 2022 kicks off!

Tomorrow the INFE Poll 2022 kicks off!

Following the successful INFE Eurovision polls over the last five years, the INFE Network is holding for a sixth concecutive year its Eurovision 2022 poll in collaboration with the old time classic eurovision site of ESCToday, which will be presenting first exclusively the votes coming from fans accross Europe, Australia and the rest of the world.

The INFE Poll runs annually just some days before each Eurovision Song Contest by the International Network of FanClubs of Eurovision ( INFE), a network of Eurovision fans established back in 2011 and whch counts more than 25 coutries worldwide. The first INFE Poll took place back in 2017 and since then is one of the INFE network’s activities.

Previous INFE Polls

It’s interesting to see the top 3 results of the previous INFE Polls which you can check them out below:

INFE Poll 2017: Italy, Bulgaria, Sweden

INFE Poll 2018: Israel, Bulgaria, France

INFE Poll 2019: The Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy

INFE Poll 2020: Lithuania, Switzerland, Italy (ESC cancelled)

INFE Poll 2021: Switzerland, San Marino, France

As one can see the INFE Polls predicted the winners in Eurovision 2018 and 2019 while in 2021 it might not predicted the winner but had two out of the top 3 countries succefully predicted.

INFE Poll 2022

This year’s INFE poll will include a total of 21 sets of voting from 20 countries and one additional set of votes from Rest of the world fans.

The poll is set to kick off Sunday, April 3, 2022 and will finish just a few days before the rehearsals kick off in Turin.

Who will top this year’s scoreboard? Can Italy in May make a back to back win or will a new nation grab the trophy back home? Lets see what the fans have to say about it over the next days in this years INFE POll.

Stay tuned on ESCToday and the INFE Network site and social media accounts as the results will be unfolding day by day up to the final outcome!

Angelo D.

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