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Spain predicts victory for Slovenia!

by Sanjay (Sergio) Jiandani 83 views

OGAE Spain held a survey among its membersl to predict the winner of the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest. The Spanish fans voted for 41 of the competing entries with the exception of Spain. Slovenia was the winner followed by Belarus and Switzerland. You can find the complete list of the OGAE Spain voting results below:

1 Slovenia: 209 pts
2 Belarus 198 pts
3 Switzerland 169 pts
4 Cyprus 167 pts
5 Greece 135 pts
6 Denmark 111 pts
7 Bosnia 106 pts
8 Turkey 102 pts
9 Bulgaria 86 pts
10 Moldova 81 pts

11 France 78 pts
12 Germany 75 pts
13 Sweden 60 pts
14 Serbia 57 pts
15 Georgia 49 pts
16 Ukraine 46 pts
17 The Netherlands 44 pts
18 Romania 37 pts
19 Norway 36 pts
19 Latvia 36 pts

21 U.K. 34 pts
22 Malta 29 pts
23 Finland 26 pts
24 Iceland 25 pts
25 Macedonia 24 pts
25 Portugal 24 pts
27 Andorra 22 pts
27 Israel 22 pts
27 Russia 22 pts
30 Armenia 21 pts
31 Poland 18 pts
32 Austria 17 pts
33 Belgium 13 pts
34 Estonia 12 pts
35 Ireland 11 pts
36 Lithuania 10 pts
37 Hungary 8 pts
38 Croatia 5pts
39 Albania 0 pts
39 Czech Republic 0 pts
39 Montenegro 0 pts

The Spanish fans didn't vote for Spain in the poll but predicted Spain's outcome in the contest as follows;

18,42 % predicted Spainto place among the top 5

55,26 % predicted Spain to place between the 6th- 10th

18,42 % predicted Spain to place between the 11th and 15th

5,26 % predicted Spaintoplace between the16th and 20th

0% predicted Spain to placebetween the 21st- 24th

The Spanish fans predicted that the following 10 countries would qualify from the semi final to the finall: Slovenia, Belarus, Switzerland, Cyprus, Denmark, Turkey, Bulgaria, Moldova, Serbia and Georgia.

Three countries have not received any point: Albania, Czech Republic and Montenegro.

We would like to thank Jose Juan Santana and OGAE Spain for submitting this article

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Sanjay (Sergio) Jiandani

Head of International Relations & Communications

Sanjay (Sergio) joined esctoday.com in December 2006 as an editor. He was appointed as the Head of Press of ESCToday.com in 2011. Hereafter in 2016 he was promoted as the Head of International Relations & Communications at ESCToday. Sergio has covered the Eurovision Song Contest live 19 times since 2000, having worked for several international magazines and media outlets.

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