INFE Poll 2017: Bringing you the votes from Greece

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Moving on to the second set of votes in the INFE Poll 2017! Over the coming days, ESCToday in collaboration with the INFE Network will be presenting you with the results of the first official INFE Poll, with votes gathered and combined from INFE clubs based in Europe and beyond!

Throughout this month, the International Network of Fanclubs of Eurovision (INFE) in collaboration with ESCToday will be bringing you the full results of the official INFE Poll 2017, the first of its kind for the network since its formation back in 2011.

Members based in 12 clubs across the INFE Network have submitted their votes which have been counted and combined, ready to be officially presented over the days to come!

The first set of votes were unveiled yesterday with INFE Belarus and today we bring you the full top 10 of INFE Greece, with the votes of the club members being gathered together and ready to be presented. Let’s check out their results!

Votes from INFE Greece

  • 1 point goes to Hungary
  • 2 points go to Cyprus
  • 3 points go to the United Kingdom
  • 4 points go to Israel
  • 5 points go to Estonia
  • 6 points go to Belgium
  • 7 points go to Bulgaria
  • 8 points go to Sweden
  • 10 points go to France
  • 12 points go to Italy!

Current top 5

  1. Italy: 24 points
  2. Bulgaria: 17 points
  3. France: 10 points
  4. Israel: 10 points
  5. Sweden: 10 points

It’s another 12 points for Italy and Francesco Gabbani, with Bulgaria’s Kristian Kostov following in close second. How are the votes going to change in the days to come? Stay tuned for the third set of votes to be presented here at ESCToday in collaboration with the INFE Network!

All about INFE Greece

INFE Greece is one of the oldest Eurovision fan clubs in Europe, having been founded before the creation of the INFE Network back in 1988.

INFE Greece, together with the Spanish fan club AEV España and the French fan club Euroidol, went on to officially form the INFE Network in 2011 and continues to grow and expand to this very day.

The Greek club is progressively growing in popularity and is continuing to rise within the network, with a wide number of Eurovision-related activities being hosted on a regular basis and a highly active club website to fit!

Find out more about INFE Greece by visiting their official website!

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