INFE Poll 2017: Moving on to the points from Cyprus

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Today sees the ninth set of votes in the INFE Poll 2017 being presented. 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 18 clubs across the INFE Network have submitted their votes which have been counted and combined, ready to be officially presented over the remaining days to come.

INFE Cyprus is the next club to vote in the first INFE Poll 2017, but how did their members vote and who has received their top set of votes? Here are the Cypriot votes!

Votes from INFE Cyprus

  • 1 point goes to Azerbaijan
  • 2 points go to Denmark
  • 3 points go to Albania
  • 4 points go to Armenia
  • 5 points go to France
  • 6 points go to Sweden
  • 7 points go to Israel
  • 8 points go to Bulgaria
  • 10 points go to Greece
  • 12 points go to Italy!

Current top 5

  1. Italy: 99 points
  2. Bulgaria: 71 points
  3. Sweden: 59 points
  4. France: 34 points
  5. Belgium: 34 points

Italy’s Occidentali’s karma has almost reached 100 points in the INFE Poll 2017 and has almost gained a 30-point lead ahead of the current runner-up, Bulgaria.

Albania receives their first set of points in this year’s INFE Poll, being presented a respectable 3 points from INFE Cyprus. Stay tuned as the next set votes are to be unveiled here at ESCToday in collaboration with the INFE Network!

All about INFE Cyprus

INFE Cyprus is a founding member of the INFE Network and has continuously been present within the network from 2012 until today.

INFE Cyprus aims to gather support and promote each of the Cypriot Eurovision representatives annually, as well as promote the general Cypriot music industry, gaining popularity across the country.

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

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