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  • Writer's pictureHayley Bessell

Who fans think will win Eurovision 2024



Over the last week we asked fans from across the world to vote in our public poll for their favourite Eurovision 2024 acts.


You can read the results of who is the publics' favourite Eurovision artist here.


In total, 400 fans voted from Australia, Europe and the Rest of the World.


Today we are looking at the results from the bonus question which asked: Who do you think will win Eurovision?


This was answered by 396 participants. Let's look at the results:


Overall votes in reverse order:

(percentage of total votes received in brackets)


=28. Albania: Besa - 'Titan' - (0.25%)

=28. Czechia: Aiko - 'Pedestal' - (0.25%)

=28. Serbia: Teya Dora - 'Ramonda' - (0.25%)

=28. Slovenia: Raven - 'Veronika' - (0.25%)

=28. Denmark: Saba - 'Sand' - (0.25%)

=28. Finland: Windows95Man - 'No Rules' - (0.25%)

=28. Norway: Gåte – 'Ulveham' - (0.25%)

=28. Estonia: 5MIINUST x Puuluup - '(nendest) narkootikumidest ei tea me (küll) midagi' - (0.25%)

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=20. Germany: Isaak - 'Always On The Run' - (0.51%)

=20. Portugal: Iolanda - 'Grito' - (0.51%)

=20. Georgia: Nutsa Buzaladze - 'Firefighter' - (0.51%)

=20. Sweden: Marcus and Martinus - 'Unforgettable' - (0.51%)

=20. Greece: Marina Satti - 'Zari' - (0.51%)

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=15. Poland: Luna - 'The Tower' - (0.76%)

=15. Israel: Eden Golan - 'Hurricane' - (0.76%)

=15. Austria: Kaleen - 'We Will Rave' - (0.76%)

=15. United Kingdom: Olly Alexander - 'Dizzy' - (0.76%) =15. Lithuania: Silvester Belt - 'Luktelk' - (0.76%)

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10. Luxembourg: Tali - 'Fighter' - (1.01%)

=9. Australia: Electric Fields - 'One Milkali (One Blood)' - (1.27%) =9. Spain: Nebulosa - 'Zorra' - (1.27%)

7. Belgium: Mustii - 'Before The Party's Over' - (2.28%)

6. France: Slimane - 'Mon Amour' - (3.04%)

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5. Ukraine: Alyona Alyona & Jerry Heil - 'Teresa & Maria' - (3.81%)



Out of the 396 votes, Ukraine received 15. The breakdown of these votes are as follows: 46.67% from Australia; 20% from the United Kingdom; 13.33% from both Ireland and the Netherlands and 6.67% from Greece.



4. Netherlands: Joost - 'Europapa' - (13.20%)



We received 52 votes for the Netherlands to win Eurovision this year, with the breakdown as follows:

42.31% from the Netherlands; 17.31% from Australia; 13.46% from United Kingdom; 7.69% from Belgium; 3.85% from Rest of the World and 1.92% from Croatia, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway and Slovenia.



3. Italy: Angelina Mango - 'La Noia' - (13.70%)



Italy received 54 votes with 37.04% from Australia; 35.19% from the United Kingdom; 11.11% from Rest of the World, 3.71% from Ireland and 1.85% from Ukraine, Serbia, the Netherlands, Norway, Italy, Germany and France.



2. Switzerland: Nemo - 'The Code' - (19.03%)



Out of the 75 people who chose Switzerland to win Eurovision this year, the breakdown is as follows: 42.70% from Australia; 21.50% from the United Kingdom; 9.41% from the Netherlands; 4.10% each from the Rest of the World and Germany; 2.79% from Sweden; 1.40% from Lithuania, Norway, Austria, Croatia, Greece, France, Spain, Luxembourg, Ireland, Latvia and Belgium.



1. Croatia: Baby Lasagna - 'Rim Tim Tagi Dim' - (33.50%)



And the county that received the most votes in our poll asking the question - Who do you think will win Eurovision?... the winner is Croatia with 132 votes out of 394.

The breakdown is 36.42% from Croatia; 28.10% from Australia; 9.12% from United Kingdom; 7.54% from Rest of the World; 3.8% from the Netherlands; 2.22% from Ireland; 1.50% from Austria, Italy, Germany, Spain, Poland and Finland; and 0.76% from Lithuania, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland and Norway.


But wait - people could vote for their own country, won't that change things?


Yes, we did receive a large volume of votes from Croatia and the Netherlands.


If we removed the votes given to Baby Lasagna by Croatia, it would not change their win.... but it would have been a lot closer.


Also, if we removed the votes given to 'Europapa' by Dutch voters, it would stay in 4th place.


If statistics are your thing, you can see other breakdowns of the public poll, including the LGBTQIA+ community voted, what gender likes what song and what age group likes what song.


If you want to see the overall result of Aussievision's 2024 poll, you can see the full results here.



For continued updates on all the Eurovision 2024 news follow Aussievision on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Threads and YouTube. All links at: https://linktr.ee/aussievisionnet




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