Eurovision 2018: Check out the full split results of semi-final 2

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The official results of semi-final 2 of the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest have been released by the EBU. Of the 18 participating countries, the combined jury/televote top-10 advanced to the Grand Final.

The top-10 of semi-final 2 was a result of the 50/50 combination of the professional jury votes and the subsequent public televoting. Let’s take a look at the full results!

Combined results

Here are the full combined results of the second semi-final.

  1. Norway: 266 points
  2. Sweden: 254 points
  3. Moldova: 235 points
  4. Australia: 212 points
  5. Denmark: 204 points
  6. Ukraine: 179 points
  7. The Netherlands: 174 points
  8. Slovenia: 132 points
  9. Serbia: 117 points
  10. Hungary: 111 points
  11. Romania: 107 points
  12. Latvia: 106 points
  13. Malta: 101 points
  14. Poland: 81 points
  15. Russia: 65 points
  16. Montenegro: 40 points
  17. San Marino: 28 points
  18. Georgia: 24 points

Let’s check out the individual rankings of the televote and jury results.

Televote

  1. Denmark: 164 points
  2. Moldova: 153 points
  3. Norway: 133 points
  4. Ukraine: 114 points
  5. Hungary: 88 points
  6. Sweden: 83 points
  7. Australia: 82 points
  8. Serbia: 72 points
  9. Slovenia: 65 points
  10. Poland: 60 points
  11. Russia: 51 points
  12. The Netherlands: 47 points
  13. Romania: 40 points
  14. Montenegro: 17 points
  15. San Marino: 14 points
  16. Latvia: 14 points
  17. Georgia: 13 points
  18. Malta: 8 points

As with semi-final 1, the televote in the second semi-final would only swap one qualifier (replacing the Netherlands with Poland). Meanwhile and perhaps surprisingly, Malta only received 8 points in the televote and therefore finished in 18th position.

Jury

  1. Sweden: 171 points
  2. Norway: 133 points
  3. Australia: 130 points
  4. The Netherlands: 127 points
  5. Malta: 93 points
  6. Latvia: 92 points
  7. Moldova: 82 points
  8. Romania: 67 points
  9. Slovenia: 67 points
  10. Ukraine: 65 points
  11. Serbia: 45 points
  12. Denmark: 40 points
  13. Montenegro: 23 points
  14. Hungary: 23 points
  15. Poland: 21 points
  16. Russia: 14 points
  17. San Marino: 14 points
  18. Georgia: 11 points

The jury vote from semi-final 2 is even more varied, with the jury wanting to replace 3 of the actual qualifiers; the jury preferred Malta, Latvia and Romania over Serbia, Denmark and Hungary. Georgia received the lowest amount of votes from the jury, with San Marino and Russia shortly following.

You can view the full results via the official Eurovision website.

If you missed them, check out the results of semi-final 1 of the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest!

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