Weekly Poll Results #4: Here are the Current results of our Eurovision 2019 Poll!

One month ago we launched our Eurovision 2019 poll, where we aimed to find out which act you, the fans, think will win this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Each week, we will be recapping the results of the poll to see who is leading the vote, and who is floating in and out of the Top 10.

Once again, Switzerland is holding the lead in our poll, however as last week, the percentage lead has reduced. The Netherlands and Italy remain in second and third place respectively, with Italy’s percentage growing.

Last week Greece had moved up to 5th place in our poll, however this week Iceland has moved up into that spot once again. Australia has also moved up a place, overtaking Norway.

Switzerland currently hold just under 20% of the vote, while The Netherlands has increased to just over 15% of the vote. Italy hold just under 7% the vote.

Although we like to focus on the Top 10 and how it changes, it’s also notable to mention that Spain, UK, Albania and Belgium are approaching the Top 10, pushing Russia back down the ranks. Following Russia is Sweden.

Here is the full Top 10 as it currently stands:

  • Switzerland
  • The Netherlands
  • Italy
  • Portugal
  • Iceland
  • Greece
  • Malta
  • Cyprus
  • Australia
  • Norway

How does this compare with the odds?

Switzerland are still third in the odds, with Netherlands still topping the odds. Russia is no longer part of the Top 10 in our poll, but still remain second in the odds. Sweden has moved up to 4th in the odds, but still remains out of the Top 10 in our poll, while Italy has dropped to 5th in the odds.

Currently 8 of the nations in the Top 10 of our poll are also part of the Top 10 in the odds! The other two nations in our poll out of the odds are Portugal who are sitting at 11th in the odds, with the other being Australia who has moved up to 16th in the odds.

Make sure to keep voting in our Eurovision 2019 poll – your votes can change everything!

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