• Kyriakos Tsinivits

Poland gives Australia points in the INFE 2022 Eurovision Poll


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The International Network of Fan Clubs of Eurovision (INFE) is an organisation that brings together fan clubs of Eurovision around the world.


It is a different network from OGAE Clubs, however share the similar ideals of uniting fans together in their love of Eurovision.


The INFE group run a song poll with esctoday each year, much like the OGAE Song Poll, and the results for 2022 have started to be released.


After France was revealed yesterday, today it is Poland's turn. Their results were:

  • 12 - Greece

  • 10 - The Netherlands

  • 8 - Albania

  • 7 - Spain

  • 6 - AUSTRALIA

  • 5 - Estonia

  • 4 - Portugal

  • 3 - Croatia

  • 2 - United Kingdom

  • 1 - Belgium




These are the fourth set of points awarded to Australia after the reveal of votes from 17 countries so far. The last set of points Australia received was from Slovenia.


Australia's top 10 votes have already been revealed, you can find them here.


These are the full results as of today:

  • Italy – 109 points

  • Spain - 107 points

  • The Netherlands – 87 points

  • Sweden – 85 points

  • Ukraine – 57 points

  • United Kingdom – 56 points

  • Albania – 56 points

  • Greece – 47 points

  • Cyprus - 47 points

  • Poland – 44 points

  • Austria – 42 points

  • Norway – 31 points

  • Serbia – 26 points

  • Estonia – 24 points

  • Finland – 24 points

  • France – 20 points

  • Portugal – 18 points

  • AUSTRALIA - 18 points

  • Montenegro - 13 points

  • Azerbaijan - 12 points

  • Germany – 9 points

  • Malta – 7 points

  • Moldova - 7 points

  • Czech Republic – 7 points

  • San Marino - 7 points

  • Belgium – 6 points

  • Romania - 6 points

  • Israel - 3 points

  • Ireland - 2 points

  • Croatia – 1 point


16 countries have voted so far in the OGAE Song Poll with Australia getting their fourth set of points from Cyprus this week, you can find out more here.


You can follow the results of the INFE Poll via https://www.facebook.com/INFENetwork or http://esctoday.com/