OGAE Lithuania: Israel, 12 points!

by Stella Floras 184 views

Next OGAE club to submit their votes in the pan european fan poll are OGAE Lithuania. Although not much changes in the overall Scoreboard with the Lithuanian votes, two countries, namely Cyprus and Estonia, receive their first votes.

This is the way the OGAE Lithuania members have rated their top Eurovision Song Contest 2010 favourites:

  • Croatia 1 point
  • Cyprus 2 points
  • Slovakia 3 points
  • Estonia 4 points
  • Denmark 5 points
  • Azerbaijan 6 points
  • Sweden 7 points
  • Germany 8 points
  • Turkey 10 points
  • Israel 12 points!

Just missing out: Greece, Ukraine, Moldova

After the Lithuanian voting, the Scoreboard remains pretty much unchanged with Denmark leading steadily followed by Israel, Germany, Norway and Armenia in the top five. Cyprus and Estonia now enter the scoreboard for the first time.

The scoreboard so far

Denmark 202
Israel 172
Germany 162
Norway 136
Armenia 120
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Croatia 116
Iceland 111
Azerbaijan 109
Spain 105
Ireland 95
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Slovakia 86
Sweden 70
Turkey 59
Switzerland 50
Greece 41
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Belgium 36
Albania 35
Romania 32
France 29
Moldova 14
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Lithuania 10
Netherlands 10
Serbia 10
Belarus 9
Latvia 6
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FYR Macedonia 5
Bulgaria 4
Georgia 4
Ukraine 4
United Kingdom 4
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Estonia4
Finland 3
Cyprus2
Poland 1

Previous OGAE votes:

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Stella Floras

Thanks to Johnny Logan and Hold me now I fell in love with the Eurovision Song Contest, a love that's been going strong ever since with undiminished passion. My first memories date back to 1977 and the lyrics of Rock bottom, Dschinghis Khan and A ba ni bi are still engraved in my brain.

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