United Kingdom: Jury and Public vote revealed

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Next country to announce the way their jury voted during the final of the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest is the United Kingdom. The UK's professional jury's top three marks went to Germany, Iceland and Norway respectively.

This is how theUK jury voted in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2009:

UK JURY VOTE

12 Points – Germany

10 Points – Iceland

8 Points – Norway

7 Points – Malta

6 Points – Turkey

5 Points – Ukraine

4 Points – France

3 Points – Bosnia & Herzegovina

2 Points – Armenia

1 Point – Azerbaijan

And now here's how the UK public cast their votes by telephone:

UK PUBLIC TELEVOTE

12 Points – Turkey

10 Points – Greece

8 Points – Lithuania

7 Points – Norway

6 Points – Malta

5 Points – Iceland

4 Points – Azerbaijan

3 Points – Denmark

2 Points – Germany

1 Point – Portugal

So the results of these two votes were then added together, to come up with a final list of the most popular countries in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest.

COMBINED JURY AND TELEVOTE

18 Points – Turkey

15 Points – Norway*

15 Points – Iceland

14 Points – Germany

13 Points – Malta

10 Points – Greece

8 Points – Lithuania

5 Points – Azerbaijan*

5 Points – Ukraine

4 Points – France

3 Points – Denmark

3 Points – Bosnia & Herzegovina

2 Points – Armenia

1 Point – Portugal

*Where there were two countries on the same score, the act with the higher public phone vote is judged to have been the winner.

Therefore, converting these points into the traditional Eurovision votes, the final Combined Results (as previously announced during the broadcast of the Eurovision Song Contest) were as follows:

FINAL VOTES FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

Turkey – 12 Points

Norway – 10 Points

Iceland – 8 Points

Germany – 7 Points

Malta – 6 Points

Greece – 5 Points

Lithuania – 4 Points

Azerbaijan – 3 Points

Ukraine – 2 Points

France – 1 Point

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