OGAE Poll 2016: The final votes are from Sweden

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Here at ESCToday, in collaboration with OGAE International, we will be bringing you the results of the annual fan club poll for the eighth year running, in which members from each OGAE club will vote for their favourite entries from each of the competing 2016 Eurovision Song Contest countries. The final votes come from Sweden.

OGAE Sweden is the final club to vote in the OGAE International Poll 2016, giving their 12 points to Sergey Lazarev from Russia.

See the full top 10 entries as voted for by OGAE Sweden.

OGAE Sweden

  • 12 points go to… Russia
  • 10 points go to… France
  • 8 points go to… Austria
  • 7 points go to… Australia
  • 6 points go to… Italy
  • 5 points go to… Spain
  • 4 points go to… Azerbaijan
  • 3 points go to… Iceland
  • 2 points go to… Poland
  • 1 point goes to… Israel

The final top 10

  1. France – 425 points
  2. Russia – 392 points
  3. Australia – 280 points
  4. Bulgaria – 175 points
  5. Italy – 170 points
  6. Spain – 155 points
  7. Austria – 128 points
  8. Latvia – 110 points
  9. Ukraine – 88 points
  10. Hungary – 80 points

OGAE International has published the full results of this year’s poll via their official website.

Congratulations to Amir and France!

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  • RostBurov

    Thank you impartial Sweden!

  • cymruchris

    This poll is just noise from groups of totally unrepresentative fans. They never get the top five, and this year will be no exception. You have to see the live performances to make a judgement. Amir can’t sing in tune, and that’s a no-no for Eurovision. They are right about the UK though – a definite nul-pointer. Why do we submit such crap every year? It’s Russia’s to lose, although Australia is catching up. This poll has 0 points for Belgium, so it is demonstrably fanboy.oriented, and wrong.