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  • Writer's pictureDale Roberts

Eurovision 2024: The Top 20 of LGBTQIA+ voters

This week, we revealed the results of our public poll on the Eurovision songs of 2024.

400 people voted in our poll, given 1,993 "televote" points with the majority (67%) from outside Australia.

Baby Lasagna for Croatia took out the top spot and we also revealed the full list from 1st to 37th.

In the poll, we also captured the demographic information of voters so we could break down the results a little further.

Today, we look at which songs were favoured by the LGBTQIA+ community.

LGBTQIA+ voters

  • 45% of the voters identified themselves as part of the LGBTQIA+ community in the poll

  • 44% indicated they were not part of the community and 11% preferred not to say

  • 88% of the LGBTQIA+ voters were male

So the results representing the LGBTQIA+ community will be skewed towards men.

The LGBTQIA+ Top 20

(in reverse order)

=19. Armenia: Ladaniva - 'Jako'

=19. Georgia: Nutsa Buzaladze - 'Firefighter'

=19. Serbia: Teya Dora - 'Ramonda'

18. Estonia: 5MIINUST x Puuluup - '(nendest) narkootikumidest ei tea me (küll) midagi'

=16. Norway: Gåte – 'Ulveham'

=16. Sweden: Marcus and Martinus - 'Unforgettable'

15. Denmark: Saba - 'Sand'

14. Greece: Marina Satti - 'Zari'

13. Ukraine: Alyona Alyona & Jerry Heil - 'Teresa & Maria'

=11. France: Slimane - 'Mon Amour'

=11. Ireland: Bambie Thug - 'Doomsday Blue'


10. Spain: Nebulosa - 'Zorra'

9. Belgium: Mustii - 'Before The Party's Over'

8. Lithuania: Silvester Belt - 'Luktelk'

7. Austria: Kaleen - 'We Will Rave'

6. Australia: Electric Fields - 'One Milkali (One Blood)'

5. United Kingdom: Olly Alexander - 'Dizzy'

4. Italy: Angelina Mango - 'La Noia'

3. Netherlands: Joost - 'Europapa'

2. Switzerland: Nemo - 'The Code'

1.Croatia: Baby Lasagna - 'Rim Tim Tagi Dim'

Were there differences between straight and queer voters?

Winner and Top 10

There was a different winner! The straight community voted Netherlands with 'Europapa' as their 1st place while it was only 3rd with LGBTQIA+ voters.

Within the Top 10 straight voters put Ukraine higher (7th compared to 13th), Norway (10th to 16th), Greece (9th to 14th), France (8th to 11th), Belgium (6th to 9th) and Lithuania (8th to 5th)

While LGBTQIA+ voters put Australia higher (6th compared to 13th), UK (5th to 10th) and Austria (7th to 10th).

They also voted Spain into the Top 10 which had the biggest difference between the two (details below).

Italy finished 4th with both groups.

Biggest differences

+16 places: The LGBTQIA+ community placed Spain 10th while straight voters put it 26th

+10 places: Straight voters put Poland 22nd while queer voters put it 32nd

+8 places: LGBTQIA+ voters placed Armenia 19th compared to straight voters in 27th

+8 places: Israel ranked 15th with straight voters compared to 23rd for queer voters

+7 places: Straight voters preferred Finland putting it 16th compared to 23rd

+7 places; Denmark (15th), Portugal (26th) and Malta (28th) all were seven spots higher with queer voters

The straight Top 10 for reference

1 . Netherlands: Joost - 'Europapa'

2. Croatia: Baby Lasagna - 'Rim Tim Tagi Dim'

3. Switzerland: Nemo - 'The Code'

4. Italy: Angelina Mango - 'La Noia'

5. Lithuania: Silvester Belt - 'Luktelk'

6. Belgium: Mustii - 'Before The Party's Over'

7. Ukraine: Alyona Alyona & Jerry Heil - 'Teresa & Maria'

8. France: Slimane - 'Mon Amour'

9. Greece: Marina Satti - 'Zari'

=10. Austria: Kaleen - 'We Will Rave'

=10. Norway: Gåte – 'Ulveham'

=10. United Kingdom: Olly Alexander - 'Dizzy'

Although there were some big differences between the two communities, they had the same top four songs just in a slightly different order.

So if the song is good enough, it'll be loved by everyone!

Other poll results

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