BigPoll early Eurovision predictions

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The BigPoll continues to attract huge numbers of votes and at this stage, patterns are starting to become steady. The prediction tool closes tomorrow at 19:00 and will publish the full result.

Tonight, it seems that the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest winner will be found from a group of nine countries. In that group, three are divided off as a run-away group at the top and one country is predicted to win a clear victory. Three of the group have never won the Eurovision Song Contest, three have won once, and three have won twice or more.

The group of nine countries that the BigPoll predicts can win tomorrow are (in alphabetical order):

  • Azerbaijan
  • Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • France
  • Greece
  • Iceland
  • Norway
  • Turkey
  • Ukraine
  • United Kingdom

The BigPoll 2009 correctly predicted 19/20 Eurovision Song Contest semi final qualifiers. In the last five years, it has correctly predicted the winner three times and last year correctly predicted the top two in reverse order.

This year, predictors are reminded that you have to predict the overall result, including jury voting for the first time. Readers are also reminded to predict the outcome AND NOT vote for yourfavourite entries. You can vote for yourfavourite songs in the 'YourOne'vote in ourpolls section on the link at the top of the page.

Remember to update and complete your BigPoll prediction before 19:00 CET tomorrow. You can go straight to the BigPoll here now. Votes are checked to ensure that people's votes are fair and not replicated.

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