Weekly Poll Results #4: Here are the current results of our Eurovision 2018 poll!

A month ago, we launched our Eurovision 2018 poll, where we aimed to find out which act you guys think deserves to win this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Over the national final season, we featured some prediction polls, and since you all were so good at predicting, we want to see how close you can get the poll results to the actual results of Eurovision!

We’ve been doing weekly recaps to see which acts are at the top of your list, as well as seeing how much the poll changes leading up to the contest. Over the last few weeks we saw some minor changes in your Top 10 specifically, and this week we’ve seen some big changes – all thanks to your votes!

As per the last couple of weeks, we’ve seen Saara Aalto hold the lead, and her lead is growing with now over 28% of the vote for her song Monsters. In second is still Netta Barzilai with 11%, which is a decrease from last week’s update. The biggest jump in our poll is from Norwegian representative Alexander Rybak, who is now in third place with now over 5% of the vote. This means that we’ve seen Bulgaria drop a place since last week, and we’ve also seen Cyprus overtake Ukraine!

France has also overtaken Italy, and Norway’s entry into the Top 10 in the poll has pushed out Czech Republic from the Top 10.

Your current Top 10 is:

  • Finland – Saara Aalto

  • Israel – Netta Barzilai

  • Norway – Alexander Rybak

  • Bulgaria – Equinox

  • Cyprus – Eleni Foureira

  • Ukraine – Melovin

  • Spain – Alfred & Amaia

  • Greece – Gianna Terzi

  • France – Madame Monsieur

  • Italy – Ermal Meta & Fabrizio Moro

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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