Swedish jury voting revealed

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SVT, the Swedish broadcaster and host of the 58th Eurovision Song Contest have released the break down of the jury vote for Sweden both in the 1st semi-final and the grand final held last week in Malmö.

The Swedish jury comprising five music field professionals voted according to the new voting procedure included in the 2013 rules of the Eurovision Song Contest. The new rule dictates that each member votes for every song on the show awarding points from 1 (favourite song) to 16 in the semi-final and 26 in the final for their least favourite song. The result is then combined with that of the televoting and gives the country’s result.

This is how the Swedish jury voted in the 1st semi-final, next to it you can see the overall Swedish vote in the semi.

SEMI FINAL JURY VOTECOMBINED JURY VOTE AND TELEVOTE
1. Denmark, 17 points12 points: Denmark
2. Russia, 18 points10 points Russia
3. Moldova, 23 points8 points: Netherlands
4. Belgium, 24 points7 points: Belgium
5. Netherlands, 27 points6 points: Estonia
6. Montenegro, 38 points5 points: Moldova
7. Austria, 39 points4 points: Serbia
8. Estonia, 40 points3 points: Ireland
9. Ukraine, 40 points2 points: Montenegro
10. Ireland, 41 points1 point: Ukraine
11. Serbia, 50 points
12. Cyprus, 55 points
13. Belarus, 57 points
14. Croatia, 66 points
15. Slovenia, 68 points
16. Lithuania, 77 points

And this is how the Swedish jury voted in the Grand final

FINAL JURY VOTECOMBINED JURY VOTE AND TELEVOTE
1. Norway, 10 points12 points: Norway
2. Netherlands, 23 points10 points: Denmark
3. Moldova, 24 points8 points: Netherlands
4. Belgium, 28 points7 points: Belgium
5. Italy, 32 points6 points: Island
6. Denmark, 36 points5 points: Russia
7. Russia, 39 points4 points: Romania
8. UK, 46 points3 points: Hungary
9. Estonia, 54 points2 points: Ireland
10. France, 57 points1 point: United Kingdom
11. Iceland, 58 points
12. Ireland, 62 points
13. Germany, 64 points
14. Romania, 66 points
15. Azerbaijan, 69 points
16. Ukraine, 77 points
17. Armenia, 83 points
18. Greece, 85 points
19. Hungary, 87 points
20. Malta, 92 points
21. Finland, 92 points
22. Georgia, 95 points
23. Belarus, 111 points
24. Spain, 116 points
25. Lithuania, 119 points

The winner Denmark ranked just 6th in the jury’s preferences while top votes were awarded to Norway.

 

 

 

 

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