OGAE Rest of the world: 12 points to Romania

by Stella Floras 89 views

Next club to cast their votes in the international OGAE Poll for the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest are the Rest of the world branch. This club represents members from non-participating countries which do not have their own local organised OGAE fanclub.

This is the way OGAE Rest of the world members rate this year's Eurovision Song Contest entries:

  • 12 points: Romania
  • 10 points: Switzerland
  • 8 points: Germany
  • 7 points: Turkey
  • 6 points: Moldova
  • 5 points: FYR Macedonia
  • 4 points: Israel
  • 3 points: Armenia
  • 2 points: Latvia
  • 1 point: Poland

The OGAE Rest of the world voting brings minor changes to the overall scoreboard. Although there are no points there for Denmark, who still retain a strong lead, the gap between them and runner up Germany closes to 21 points. Romania's top score moves them up three places and two countries, namely FYR Macedonia and Poland, receive their first points thus leaving nil point state.

The Scoreboard

Denmark 142
Germany 121
Israel 118
Armenia 103
Norway 101
Spain 90
Croatia 87
Iceland 79
Azerbaijan 79
Slovakia 72
Ireland 69
Sweden 47
Greece 41
Turkey 34
Switzerland 34
Romania 32
Albania 31
France 29
Belgium 22
Moldova 14
Lithuania 10
Serbia 5
Latvia 5
FYR Macedonia 5
Netherlands 4
Bulgaria 4
Belarus 4
Georgia 4
Ukraine 3
Finland 2
Poland 1

Previous OGAE votes:

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Stella Floras

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