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  • Writer's pictureKyriakos Tsinivits

Sweden's Loreen with 'Tattoo' wins the OGAE Poll for Eurovision 2023


Photo credit: Charli Ljung

After days and days of scores from all of the individual Organisation Générale des Amateurs de l’Eurovision (OGAE) clubs around the world, the final results are in and Loreen and her entry 'Tattoo' from Sweden has won this year's OGAE Poll for Eurovision 2023!



OGAE is an international organisation which consists of a network of 42 Eurovision Song Contest fan clubs across Europe and beyond.


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


Every year since 2007, OGAE has conducted a pre-Eurovision Song Contest poll in which every national club plus OGAE Rest of the World cast a vote from all entries participating in each year's contest, using the same scoring system as the one at Eurovision. Each club's favourite song receives 12 points, followed by 10 points for second place, 8 points for third place and then 7 points down to 1 point for the remaining top seven. Just like at Eurovision, countries cannot vote for themselves.



After the results from 42 participating clubs from Europe, Australia and around the world, Sweden finished on top with 423 points.


Sweden received points from 41 clubs and 21 sets of 12 points, the most awarded to any entry in the poll! Australia awarded Sweden 10 points! You can check how Australia voted in the OGAE Poll for Eurovision 2023 poll here.


Voyager has finished in joint 23rd place with 3 points in the poll. Australia received points from the United Kingdom and Finland.


Australia's own Andrew Lambrou who is representing Cyprus this year finished in equal 16th place with his song 'Break A Broken Heart'. Cyprus got points from Norway, Australia, Greece, Sweden, Malta and Latvia.


Here are the final results from the OGAE Poll for Eurovision 2023 poll. In total, 29 of the 37 competing countries received points:


1. Sweden – 423 points

2. Finland – 394 points

3. France – 302 points

4. Norway – 263 points

5. Austria – 228 points

6. Italy – 226 points

7. United Kingdom – 154 points

8. Czechia – 91 points

9. Israel – 83 points

10. Spain – 76 points

11. Slovenia – 34 points

12. Moldova – 32 points

13. Switzerland – 23 points

14. Belgium – 21 points

15. Serbia – 17 points

=16. Cyprus – 14 points

=16. Portugal – 14 points

18. Armenia – 7 points

19. Estonia – 6 points

=20. The Netherlands – 5 points

=20. Lithuania – 5 points

22. Azerbaijan – 4 points

=23. Australia – 3 points

=23. Georgia – 3 points

=25. Poland – 2 points

=25. Germany – 2 points

=25. Malta – 2 points

=28. Croatia – 1 point

=28. Greece – 1 point


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