• Dale Roberts

Eurovision 2022: Our European public poll results



Last week, we brought you the results of the Australian vote in our Eurovision 2022 public poll.


But it wasn't only Aussies who voted, Europeans made their voice heard and we wanted to bring you their rankings from 39th down to 1st place.


As this was mainly an Aussie poll, Australia was not available to vote for.

Each fan was given up to 10 televotes to use in any way they like, including voting for an entry more than once. This was to help replicate the actual public vote, rather than 12, 10, 8 points etc.


240 fans took part with 2,336 individual votes including 916 from Europe.


The results are in and here is how Europe voted


39. Bulgaria: Intelligent Music Project - 'Intention' (0 votes)

38. Montenegro: Vladana - 'Breathe' (3 votes)

35. North Macedonia: Andrea - 'Circles' (4 votes)

35. Malta: Emma Muscat - 'I Am What I Am' (4 votes)

35. Slovenia: LPS - 'Disko' (4 votes)

34. Switzerland: Marius Bear - 'Boys Do Cry' (5 votes)

33. Croatia: Mia Dimšić - 'Guilty Pleasure' (6 votes)

32. Latvia: Citi Zēni - 'Eat Your Salad' (7 votes)

31. Israel: Michael Ben David - 'I.M' (8 votes)

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28. Denmark: Reddi - 'The Show' (9 votes)

28. San Marino: Achille Lauro - 'Stripper' (9 votes)

28. Belgium: Jérémie Makiese - 'Miss You' (9 vote)

27. Iceland: Systur - 'Með hækkandi sól' (11 votes)

25. Azerbaijan: Nadir Rustamli - 'Fade to Black' (12 votes)

25. Georgia: Circus Mircus - 'Lock Me In' (12 votes)

23. Germany: Malik Harris - Rockstars' (13 votes)

23. Armenia: Rose Linn - 'Snap' (13 votes)

22. Moldova: Zdob și Zdub and Frații Advahov - 'Trenulețul' (18 votes)

21. Ireland: Brooke - 'That's Rich' (20 votes)

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18. Romania: WRS - 'Llámame' (21 votes)

18. Finland: The Rasmus - 'Jezebel' (21 votes)

18. Cyprus: Andromache - 'Ela' (21 votes)

17. Portugal: Maro - 'Saudade, saudade' (22 votes)

16. Austria: Lumix ft Pia Maria - 'Halo' (25 votes)

15. Poland: Ochman - 'River' (26 votes)

14. Ukraine: Kalush Orchestra - 'Stefania' (28 votes)

13. Lithuania: Monika Liu - 'Sentimentai' (30 votes)

12. Greece: Amanda Georgiadi Tenfjord - 'Die Together' (32 votes)

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10. Serbia: Konstrakta - 'In corpore sano' (33 votes)



Australia: 12th

Rest of the World: 18th



10. Czech Republic: We Are Domi - 'Lights Off' (33 votes)



Australia: 7th

Rest of the World: 6th



9. Estonia: Stefan - 'Hope' (36 votes)



Australia: 13th

Rest of the World: 13th



8. Italy: Mahmood & Blanco - 'Brividi' (37 votes)



Australia: 3rd

Rest of the World: 4th



7. Albania: Ronela Hajati - 'Sekret' (38 votes)



Australia: 9th

Rest of the World: 6th



6. Norway: Subwoolfer - 'Give that Wolf a Banana' (39 votes)



Australia: 5th

Rest of the World: 20th



5. France: Alvan & Ahez - 'Fulenn' (41 votes)



Australia: 4th

Rest of the World: 6th



4. United Kingdom: Sam Ryder - 'SPACE MAN' (54 votes)



Australia: 6th

Rest of the World: 1st



3. Netherlands: S10 - 'De Diepte' (57 votes)



Australia: 10th

Rest of the World: 2nd



2. Spain: Chanel - 'SloMo' (71 votes)



Australia: 2nd

Rest of the World: 20th



1. Sweden: Cornelia Jakobs - 'Hold Me Closer' (84 votes)



Australia: 1st

Rest of the World 6th


There you have it! A comfortable win for Sweden, with Spain runner-up and The Netherlands taking bronze.


Interestingly, other bookies favourites like Italy and Poland were down in 8th and 15th place respectively, while the UK did rather well in 4th.


But who will take out the title in Turin? We have just over a month to find out!


See the full results of the Australian vote here.


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