INFE Poll 2017: Here are the votes from Georgia

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It’s time the check out the thirteenth set of votes in this year’s INFE Poll! Over the coming days, ESCToday in collaboration with the INFE Network will be presenting you with the results of the first official INFE Poll, with votes gathered and combined from INFE clubs based in Europe and beyond!

Throughout the rest of this month, the International Network of Fanclubs of Eurovision (INFE) in collaboration with ESCToday will be bringing you the full results of the official INFE Poll 2017, the first of its kind for the network since its formation back in 2011.

Members based in 18 clubs across the INFE Network have submitted their votes which have been counted and combined, ready to be officially presented over the remaining days to come.

INFE Georgia is the next club to present their votes in the INFE Poll 2017. Let’s check out who ranked the highest in the Georgian vote!

Votes from INFE Georgia

  • 1 point goes to Finland
  • 2 points go to Azerbaijan
  • 3 points go to Greece
  • 4 points go to Portugal
  • 5 points go to Belgium
  • 6 points go to Bulgaria
  • 7 points go to Switzerland
  • 8 points go to Sweden
  • 10 points go to Italy
  • 12 points go to France!

Current top 5

  1. Italy: 138 points
  2. Bulgaria: 97 points
  3. Sweden: 84 points
  4. France: 57 points
  5. Belgium: 55 points

France and Alma receive their first set of douze points in this year’s INFE Poll, with Italy’s Francesco Gabbani and the Swedish representative Robin Bengtsson following closely in 2nd and 3rd position.

Later today will see the fourteenth set of votes being presented in the INFE Poll exclusively here at ESCToday in collaboration with the INFE Network. Stay tuned!

All about INFE Georgia (Eurovision Georgian Magazine)

INFE Georgia, originally known under the name Eurovision Georgian Magazine, is one of the newest clubs to join the INFE Network having become a member in 2017.

Eurovision Georgian Magazine is one of the most active Eurovision fan clubs in Georgia, aiming to bring more popularity to the competition within the home nation.

As well as keeping their members up-to-date with all of the latest news, the club also hosts a number of Eurovision nights on a regular basis.

Find out more about Eurovision Georgian Magazine by visiting their official website!

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