Weekly Poll Results #3: Here are the current results of our Eurovision 2018 poll!

Three weeks ago, we launched our Eurovision 2018 poll, where we aim to find out which act you guys think deserves to win this year’s contest. We featured some prediction polls over the national final season and we admit that you guys are pretty good at predicting, so we want to try your luck for Eurovision 2018!

We now want to do a weekly recap to see which acts are at the top of your list, as well as how the poll changes leading up to the contest. We’ve already seen some changes since last week’s update, which you can read here, so let’s go through this week’s results!

Since last week, we have seen a couple of changes in the Top 10, mostly towards the bottom part of the Top 10, with our Top 3 artists holding their positions. Firmly in first place is Saara Aalto from Finland with just over 21% of the vote. Behind on just over 14% is Israel’s Netta Barzilai, and just over 5% in third is Bulgaria with their group Equinox.

The acts after this point of the poll are only votes away from each other, so it’s up to you to keep voting as you can change the results! The changes in this week’s poll include France moving up to return back into the Top 10, and Czech Republic pushed down to make way for France. This also means that Belgium has now departed from the Top 10. Close behind are both Sweden and Estonia.

Your current Top 10 is:

  • Finland – Saara Aalto

  • Israel – Netta Barzilai

  • Bulgaria – Equinox

  • Ukraine – Melovin

  • Cyprus – Eleni Foureira

  • Spain – Alfred & Amaia

  • Greece – Gianna Terzi

  • Italy – Ermal Meta & Fabrizio Moro

  • France – Madame Monsieur

  • Czech Republic – Mikolas Josef

Does this match your Top 10? If not, make sure to get voting in our poll, which you can find here!

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