Just over a 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.
Last week we saw some dramatic changes to the top portion of the poll results, with Switzerland losing their lead and Portugal swooping in to take the lead. This week, Portugal has remained in the lead with the percentage growing. The Netherlands are still sitting in third, however their percentage is also growing. Switzerland remains in second, however their percentage is now dropping. Italy remains in fourth with a small increase in percentage.
The middle group of our Top 10 has been rearranged as well, with it now being Iceland, Malta, Greece and Cyprus, although this middle group is so close that anyone’s votes could change it all. This week we saw Sweden enter the Top 10 for the first time since we launched the poll, and Norway once again moves back down to 10th position.
Currently Portugal hold almost 19% of the vote, with Switzerland holding just over 14%. The Netherlands is not far behind on just over 12% of the vote, and Italy is sitting on just over 6%, however Iceland is hot on the heels of Italy. From there down, the vote remains extremely close, to the point that any vote could change who is in the Top 10, and in which order.
Although we like to focus on the Top 10 and how it changes, it’s also notable to mention that Russia has moved up this week, now sitting just outside the Top 10 which has pushed Spain and Australia down a position.
Here is the full Top 10 as it currently stands:
- The Netherlands
How does this compare with the odds?
The odds remains as it was last week with the Top 10 not shifting in their positions. In comparison with our poll, we now feature 9 of the 10 artists also in the Top 10 of the odds, with the only nation missing in our poll results being Russia, who are sitting in 11th currently, but 2nd in the odds. The only nation we have in our poll results that isn’t in the Top 10 of the odds is Portugal who have moved down to 12th place in the odds with France now taking 11th spot.
Make sure to keep voting in our Eurovision 2019 poll – your votes can change everything!