It’s time to go well and truly international for our next set of votes. Returning for a second year in a row, the results of the INFE Poll 2018 are set to be unveiled here at ESCToday in collaboration with the INFE Network, with votes to be gathered and combined together from all of the participating INFE clubs.
Another set of results are in! ESCToday will exclusively be bringing you the results of the INFE Poll 2018 over the month to come in collaboration with the INFE Network.
In total, members from all 24 clubs will be casting their votes and deciding their favourite entries in the second annual INFE Poll, with the final outcome of the results set to be unveiled on the 22 April.
INFE Rest of the World is next to vote in the poll, but who have they awarded their 12 points in the INFE Poll 2018?
Votes from INFE Rest of the World
- 1 point goes to Germany
- 2 points go to Bulgaria
- 3 points go to Australia
- 4 points go to Armenia
- 5 points go to Cyprus
- 6 points go to Estonia
- 7 points go to France
- 8 points go to… Hungary
- 10 points go to… Finland
- And 12 points go to… Israel!
Israel receives another set of top points in the INFE Poll 2018.
About INFE Rest of the World
INFE Rest of the World consists of a number of Eurovision fan clubs from across the globe, featuring members from both non-EBU member countries and non-participating countries.
Despite not being able to support their home country in the competition, members of INFE Rest of the World continue to dedicate their time into following the Eurovision Song Contest, reaching the same level of excitement as contest followers from participating countries!
Members from countries such as the USA, Mexico, Tunisia and Venezuela are some of the nations which cover the INFE Rest of the World club, each of which have a vast number of entries.
You can check out some of the mentioned INFE clubs by visiting their official Facebook pages:
Current top 5 of the INFE Poll 2018
- Israel: 189 points
- France: 114 points
- Bulgaria: 107 points
- Greece: 87 points
- Estonia: 83 points