OGAE Bulgaria: 12 more points to Slovakia

by Stella Floras 70 views

The newest member of the international Eurovision Song Contest fan family, recently formed OGAE Bulgaria, are the next club to send in their votes for the 2010 OGAE poll. The Bulgarian fans award Slovakia with maximum points, followed by Greece and Germany.

OGAE Bulgaria are the eleventh club to cast their votes in the international fan club poll. This is the way the Bulgarian fans rate their favourites this year:

12 points: Slovakia
10 points: Greece
8 points: Germany
7 points: France
6 points: Armenia
5 points: Romania
4 points: Azerbaijan
3 points: Sweden
2 points: Turkey
1 point: Moldova

Just missing out: Iceland, The Netherlands and Croatia

Although Denmark did not receive any points from Bulgaria, still they remain the undisputed fan favourite so far at a respectable distance from Croatia in second place. On the other hand, although Slovakia received maximum points, nevertheless it remained stationary at #10. The countries who seem to have benefited more from the OGAE Bulgaria votes are Armenia and Germany who moved closer to the top and Greece who climbed four places to #11 from 15.

The Scoreboard

Denmark 61
Croatia 47
Armenia 47
Germany 47
Ireland 45
Spain 43
Israel 43
Iceland 42
Norway 39
Slovakia 37
Greece 25
Azerbaijan 23
Sweden 22
Albania 21
Switzerland 19
France 14
Turkey 13
Romania 12
Belgium 11
Lithuania 10
The Netherlands 4
Bulgaria 4
Moldova 4
Ukraine 3
Serbia 2

PREVIOUS OGAE VOTES
OGAE Italy
OGAE Serbia

OGAE Norway
OGAE Slovenia
OGAE Greece
OGAE France
OGAE UK, Luxembourg, Turkey, FYR Macedonia and Luxembourg

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Stella Floras

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