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Italy | The Results Of OGAE Italy Have Been Released

April 15, 2019

 

 

So far twelve countries have given their votes in the OGAE poll.  Today, a thirteenth OGAE club have released the results from their clubs voting. For the past twelves years, members of these clubs have voted on their favourites, and these votes give an indication of favourites, and who is expected to win the Eurovision Song Contest that year. Not always correct, they do give a general idea, and can be pretty accurate. Italy are next up in the voting, and this is how they have voted.

 

1  Point Goes To Azerbaijan

2 Points Go To Iceland

3 Points Go To Sweden

4 Points Go To Israel 

5 Points Go To San Marino

6 Points Go To Russia

7 Points Go To Norway

8 Points Go To the Netherlands

10 Points Go To Spain

 

AND FINALLY!!! 

 

12 Points Go To Switzerland

 

Check Out Andy Reacts To Switzerland Below:

 

 

 

The Top Five Are As Follows: 

 

1)  Italy With 121 Points

2)  Switzerland With 116 Points

3)  Netherlands With 112 Points

4)  Cyprus With 63 Points

5)  Norway With 62 Points 

 

Things are getting tight at the top.  Italy, just hold onto their lead with both Switzerland, and the Netherlands closing the gap. Cyprus remain on the fourth spot.  No votes for Sweden has meant that Norway are now fifth according to the OGAE poll.  Israel also score their first set of points. 

 

Do you agree with the results from OGAE Italy?  Please tell us your thoughts in the comments below

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